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  • Re: Updated search on Verbum.com

    That's nice, Donald. Thanks. The main filter I would like to see added that is missing is an option to filter out resources you already own. Apart from that it looks great!
    Posted to Catholic Products by Fr Devin Roza on Today
  • Re: Feedback on the New Testament Use of the Old Testament interactive

    I find that, if you are lucky, it will occasionally work properly for a minute or two. I still would like to use this in class... and it is still as broken and utterly useless a tool as ever. The content is good enough, but the tool just doesn't work (in all the ways already mentioned in this thread). And I have tested it with entirely new accounts
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Fr Devin Roza on Tue, Nov 27 2018
  • Re: Lexham Survey of Theology - feedback

    [quote user="Francis"] Breaking News: FL to offer confessionally-adapted theology surveys! LST to be renamed PST (Protestant Survey of Theology). Rumour has it, it will be replaced by RST (Reformed), LST (Lutheran), BST (Baptist) and AST (Anglican) in due time. PST will then be used for the Pentecostal version. VST (verbum), OST (Orthodox), and SDAST
    Posted to Lexham Press by Fr Devin Roza on Tue, Nov 20 2018
  • Re: Two questions on Ancient Literature section

    The Verbum store should sell all the resources available on the Logos store I would think, even if it prioritizes or advertisers different ones. And viceversa.
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Fr Devin Roza on Mon, Nov 19 2018
  • Re: Lexham Survey of Theology - feedback

    [quote user="EastTN"] M.J., might another way to describe the issue be to say that, in an ideal world, the tool should be equally useful to Christians from all traditions? That might have two pieces: A reliable reference for the beliefs of their own tradition; and A reliable guide to the beliefs of other traditions. Of course, we're not in an ideal
    Posted to Lexham Press by Fr Devin Roza on Mon, Nov 19 2018
  • Re: Lexham Survey of Theology - feedback

    [quote user="Mark Barnes"] [quote user="Fr Devin Roza"]I think this is actually an interesting example, because the explanation that is given of what a Catholic thinks of "universal" has almost nothing to do with how a Catholic actually understands "universal" or "catholic". It would be simple enough (and arguably far more formative for all) to explain
    Posted to Lexham Press by Fr Devin Roza on Mon, Nov 19 2018
  • Re: Lexham Survey of Theology - feedback

    [quote user="Mike Pettit"] You cannot impose a definition of objectivity that seeks to prevent people disagreeing with you because you do not identify with the challenge. [/quote] Challenge? That sounds like a word appropriate for a work of apologetics. This is a "survey" of theology. It presents what different sides believe. The first step in any dialogue
    Posted to Lexham Press by Fr Devin Roza on Mon, Nov 19 2018
  • Re: Lexham Survey of Theology - feedback

    [quote user="Mark Barnes"] Even if it was possible to create a neutral tool (which I don't think it is), it's effect would not be neutral. It will be read and understood differently by people with different beliefs. If Group A writes about Group B, using Group A's language and taken into consideration Group A's presuppositions, it might simultaneously
    Posted to Lexham Press by Fr Devin Roza on Sun, Nov 18 2018
  • Re: Lexham Survey of Theology - feedback

    [quote user="Mark Barnes"] I appreciated the examples given earlier in the thread, but unless I've missed one, I couldn't remember situations where people had proposed an alternative. (I'll understand if someone doesn't want to go to the trouble of that, but it would perhaps be useful an exemplar.) [/quote] Before the Lexham Survey of Theology was published
    Posted to Lexham Press by Fr Devin Roza on Sun, Nov 18 2018
  • Re: Lexham Survey of Theology - feedback

    [quote user="Mattillo"] I think what Hamilton was trying to say was that it should automatically be understood that lexham resources are Protestant unless said otherwise. If that is the case, labeling it Protestant would be redundant. [/quote] Yes, I understood Hamilton the same way. If it wasn't clear, my response was an attempt to explain why I think
    Posted to Lexham Press by Fr Devin Roza on Sat, Nov 17 2018
  • Re: Lexham Survey of Theology - feedback

    I think the problem here comes from its use in the Theology Guide. Ideally the guide could work for everyone - Protestant, Catholic, or anyone for that matter. All Faithlife users read the Survey, even without knowing anything about "Lexham", just by opening the Guide. Most scholarly works are actually used without problems by both Protestants and Catholics
    Posted to Lexham Press by Fr Devin Roza on Sat, Nov 17 2018
  • Re: Bug - Link-sets do not survive restart.

    I have seen this same problem quite a lot, when updating the "Lectionary" layout. I am mentioning it here as it seems related. To reproduce what I see, do the following: 1. Open the Lectionary layout from the homepage using a Lectionary card. 2. Place the Missal and Lectionary in link set B. 3. Replace the default Lectionary layout with the current
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Fr Devin Roza on Fri, Nov 16 2018
  • Re: Lexham Survey of Theology - feedback

    Hamilton, cf. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Protestantism .
    Posted to Lexham Press by Fr Devin Roza on Thu, Nov 15 2018
  • Re: Automatic Scripture Reference Anchors in New Notes Feature

    [quote user="Mark Barnes"] [quote user="Fr Devin Roza"]What would you see as the disadvantage to automatically adding them?[/quote] Clutter in Bibles, especially for very long reference ranges. I often simply wouldn't want a note indicator at all the passages referenced in text I happened to have highlighted. [/quote] I agree with you about wanting
    Posted to Logos 8 by Fr Devin Roza on Tue, Nov 13 2018
  • Re: Automatic Scripture Reference Anchors in New Notes Feature

    [quote user="Mark Barnes"] I certainly wouldn’t want this to be automatic, but having the option would be great. [/quote] What would you see as the disadvantage to automatically adding them?
    Posted to Logos 8 by Fr Devin Roza on Tue, Nov 13 2018
  • Re: Logos Library is Amazing, Mobile use is not.

    [quote user="Daniel Di Bartolo"] What are some of the primary offline improvements that you'd like to see? [/quote] 1. On the Android app, add the same offline lookup pop-up window for Original Language and Reverse-Interlinears that you added to the iOS app. 2. Make it so that the new homepage cards update properly offline, especially the Liturgy and
    Posted to Logos 8 Mobile App by Fr Devin Roza on Mon, Nov 12 2018
  • Re: Set Verbum to command

    MJ, I think it is important to distinguish between what is best for marketing, and what is best for how the software works and is developed. For marketing, I think Andrew's intuition that Verbum should exist as a separate website, marketing strategy, etc. designed especially for Catholics was and continues to be a fantastic idea. As regards how the
    Posted to Catholic Products by Fr Devin Roza on Sun, Nov 11 2018
  • Re: Set Verbum to command

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] [quote user="Donald Antenen (Faithlife)"] However, your features will be the same in each.[/quote] This is not true - there are Guide sections in Logos that are not available in Verbum ... and unless it has changed recent, Collection Guide sections in Verbum that are not default collections in Logos. [/quote] These default collections
    Posted to Catholic Products by Fr Devin Roza on Thu, Nov 8 2018
  • Re: Wish lists now available on Verbum.com

    Ideally the wish list would be the same on both sites always. Any hope for adding on the product pages the section in the upper right that lets you know what base packages or larger collections a book you are looking at is in?
    Posted to Catholic Products by Fr Devin Roza on Thu, Nov 8 2018
  • Re: Lexham Survey of Theology - feedback

    [quote user="Francis"] [quote user="Fr Devin Roza"]true-happiness-and-the-virtues[/quote] Sure Mattison is not a Stoic philosopher? [/quote] Mattison is a Thomistic theologian and philosopher. Note that Catholic theology presupposes a profound rationality in creation (created by God, who is Logos), in such a way that faith and reason do not contradict
    Posted to Lexham Press by Fr Devin Roza on Thu, Nov 8 2018
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