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  • Re: Wanted: reference for exegetical history: historical-grammatical criticism

    The first resource that comes to my mind is Milton S. Terry, Biblical Hermeneutics , pages 173 and 203 of my print edition. Chapter VI, "The Grammatico-Historical Sense," pp. 203-210. I have this resource in Logos as well, but it is easier to just pull my hard copy off the nearby shelf of works on hermeneutics.
    Posted to General by Jerome Smith on Mon, Oct 14 2019
  • Re: For and Against Calvinism Question

    I own and have read this book carefully. I have had it in my "dead tree" library for several years. It is well worth the time and effort to read. I especially have liked how Roger Olson in his books will mention a helpful resource and I have found his judgment as to the value and significance of those resources to be excellent.
    Posted to General by Jerome Smith on Thu, Oct 3 2019
  • Re: Unable to add free classic books to Wish List

    I go to "My Account" and then I select "Wish Lists" on the left side of the screen. It continues to show "79 items" even though I added many more to my list on July 1, 2019.
    Posted to Faithlife Connect (formerly Logos Now) by Jerome Smith on Sat, Aug 31 2019
  • Unable to add free classic books to Wish List

    Last month (i.e. August 1, 2019) I tried adding available titles not owned to my "Wish List." They did not appear on my list, at least not where I can find them. The Classic pages show each such title I selected has been added to my Wish List. Thus, I cannot re-add those desired titles to my list. I like to pre-select titles to select for my monthly
    Posted to Faithlife Connect (formerly Logos Now) by Jerome Smith on Sat, Aug 31 2019
  • Re: Kingdom of the Cults - delayed?

    I know this is now more than a month later, but I have noticed that most of the footnotes do not display properly upon mouseover. A few do. Hopefully this can be corrected. Specifically, I have been reading the chapter about the Jehovah's Witnesses. [quote user="Deborah Keiser"] Okay, something goofy did happen with the pre-pubs...it had to do with
    Posted to Faithlife Ebooks (formerly Vyrso) by Jerome Smith on Mon, Jul 29 2019
  • Re: an uptodate greek commentary on the prophetic verses

    I have placed extensive notes on 2 Peter 3:10 and especially 2 Peter 3:13 in my book, The New Treasury of Scripture Knowledge, a resource available in Logos.
    Posted to General by Jerome Smith on Fri, Jul 26 2019
  • Re: Bible search for 10 commandments

    Another resource available in Logos is my book, The New Treasury of Scripture Knowledge. I specifically remember setting up extensive cross references for the Ten Commandments. If you have this resource, check it out.
    Posted to Logos 8 by Jerome Smith on Thu, Jul 25 2019
  • Re: Updated Logos.com Website!

    Wish List needs to show which items I already own. The list used to show this by either showing "You own this product" or it had the price greyed out, I forget which. I have used the wish list to keep track of my either recent or high priority purchases. Otherwise it is very difficult to keep track of my prioritized purchases. Our libraries get quite
    Posted to General by Jerome Smith on Tue, Jun 25 2019
  • Re: New Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge (13 vols.)... Worth it? Thoughts?

    Although this set is older, it is still very helpful. As I wrote in my review 6 years ago, This set is particularly remarkable for its excellent coverage of Christian biography, a fact first called to my attention years ago by Pastor Norman Douty. I bought the print set at his recommendation. On Logos, it ought to be even more serviceable.
    Posted to General by Jerome Smith on Thu, Jun 13 2019
  • Re: is it "lead us not into temptation" or "do not let us fall into temptation"?

    To research this issue regarding Matthew 6:13, I recommend making a careful study of the material I provided in The New Treasury of Scripture Knowledge for this verse. Should you have the good fortune to have access to this available-in-Logos resource, you will see a reference to the parallel text in Luke where I have placed a Figure of Speech note
    Posted to Logos 8 by Jerome Smith on Sat, Jun 8 2019
  • Re: What Resources Do You Use For Application?

    Another resource to consider regularly is The New Treasury of Scripture Knowledge . In many places verses (cross references) given for a particular verse will suggest ideas for practical application. I have placed an extensive note at Psalm 9:10 that will lead to many practical application themes throughout the whole Bible.
    Posted to Logos 8 by Jerome Smith on Mon, May 27 2019
  • Re: New Treasury of Scripture Knowledge, significant verses filter

    That is a most interesting question since I am the one who put those symbols in there after many years of delightful Bible study. I think Mark Smith is correct. I have this material in other formats for my own personal use but am not allowed to share those files with others. I have posted many Bible passages with full, updated cross references at my
    Posted to General by Jerome Smith on Sat, May 25 2019
  • Re: Warren Wiersbe went home to the Lord

    Dr. Wiersbe called me not that long ago. He wanted to send me a miniature copy of the original Treasury of Scripture Knowledge , which he did. He also said he would mention my New Treasury of Scripture Knowledge as well as my considerable expansion of it (now over 900,000 cross references) in his new book about how to study the Bible. I thank the Lord
    Posted to General by Jerome Smith on Sat, May 4 2019
  • Re: Chiastic structure resource

    Denise (and all), I have been working on an updated version or edition of The Ultimate Cross Reference Treasury since 2016. I use it for my own personal study of the Bible. It is only a file in docx format at this time. Thank you for posting the link to my Real Bible Study website.
    Posted to General by Jerome Smith on Mon, Apr 22 2019
  • Re: Chiastic structure resource

    I have placed a note at Genesis 43:3 in my book, The New Treasury of Scripture Knowledge , on the figure of speech chiasmus . I knew that note existed, but could not find it using a printed copy of the book, for the note is not listed in any of the New Treasury indexes, so I could not include the reference in my previous comment above. Today I accessed
    Posted to General by Jerome Smith on Sun, Apr 21 2019
  • Re: Chiastic structure resource

    The Companion Bible provides helpful examples of chiasmus in its margins. See the structure of the book of James, for example. There is a book on this subject by Nils W. Lund, Chiasmus in the New Testament: A Study in the Form and Function of Chiastic Structures , 1942, University of North Carolina Press. Reprinted in 1992 by Hendrickson Publishers
    Posted to General by Jerome Smith on Sat, Apr 20 2019
  • Re: Wednesday Crucifixion?

    Thanks to all who have participated in this thread. Two years ago or so my wife suggested that we undertake the task of varnishing the wooden shelves (made of stair treads) in my library room. In the process of removing all the books, about three or four shelves at a time, I discovered in my library a long-forgotten (on my part) book by Roy M. Allen
    Posted to General by Jerome Smith on Sun, Mar 24 2019
  • Re: CP: Classic Commentaries and Studies on Job

    Thank you for bring this CP collection on the book of Job to my attention. I had missed this one. Carefully considering the volumes included, I find very worthwhile to have. I just placed my $45 bid.
    Posted to General by Jerome Smith on Thu, Feb 21 2019
  • Re: Question about doctrinal prooftexts

    I have faced the same issues in my own Bible study. I placed sets of cross references for each of several doctrinal viewpoints in my book, available in Logos, The New Treasury of Scripture Knowledge .
    Posted to General by Jerome Smith on Mon, Jan 28 2019
  • Re: Community pricing reached on Classic Studies on Baptism.

    Once again, may I gently correct the nay-sayers who think this collection is not worth its CP asking price. I have solid reasons for desiring to secure this set of fine volumes. I believe that there have been certain eras in church history that had a special interest in a theological, doctrinal, or Biblical subject. Many of these volumes were written
    Posted to General by Jerome Smith on Sat, Jan 5 2019
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