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  • Re: October birthday certificates

    I received my October birthday certificate and used it toward the purchase of what appears to be a most helpful set of four volumes on my "wish list." https://www.logos.com/product/47332/quick-scripture-reference-for-counseling-collection Thank you, Faith Life!
    Posted to General by Jerome Smith on Mon, Oct 17 2016
  • Re: Cyclopaedia of Biblical, Theological, and Ecclesiastical Literature (12 vols.)

    Each of the several encyclopedias have unique material of interest to students of the Bible. I found helpful material that directly relates to the Bible itself of interest to me as I prepared expanded cross references for my first Bible reference work, The New Treasury of Scripture Knowledge . I found helpful material distinguishing different words
    Posted to General by Jerome Smith on Mon, Oct 17 2016
  • Re: Cyclopaedia of Biblical, Theological, and Ecclesiastical Literature (12 vols.)

    This will surely be a most welcome, highly valued, Bible study resource. I have had it in hard copy for many years, but look forward to having it in Logos software for easier searching, if they do it right, and I think they will. I want to be able to search for all the references to a specific Bible verse, for one thing.
    Posted to General by Jerome Smith on Fri, Oct 7 2016
  • Re: What does your library say about you?

    Allen, I actually have two different editions of Peters' work, The Theocratic Kingdom , in Logos. One edition is in three volumes like the print volumes, with the extensive indexes at the end of the third volume. The other edition is all in one "volume," like having three volumes in one. For doing a search, the three-in-one edition is handy. For reading
    Posted to General by Jerome Smith on Tue, Sep 27 2016
  • Re: What does your library say about you?

    Jan, I agree that the Stone-Campbell debates are most important. Some years ago I bought hardbound volumes, all that were in print or available at the time, of similar resources connected with Campbell, such as the Campbell-Rice debate. My print library is somewhat larger than my Logos library. Hopefully there will be more interest in this area of theology
    Posted to General by Jerome Smith on Tue, Sep 27 2016
  • Re: What does your library say about you?

    For as many years as I have been using Logos, I have no idea how to even open the "details view" for my "library." What I did find under something or other is that I have completed reading 13 books; I am reading about 595 books; that leaves 9076 books utterly unopened. But that really does not accurately reflect how much I have actually read. It says
    Posted to General by Jerome Smith on Mon, Sep 26 2016
  • Re: Is there a way for Logos to display all the Biblical references used in a resource?

    The resource itself, in this case, The Theocratic Kingdom, has a very thorough Scripture Index. I have worked through much of that index myself to study the Bible passages referred to in this work. It makes for quite a study.
    Posted to General by Jerome Smith on Mon, Sep 26 2016
  • Re: Help massive & complete Encyclopedia on CP to production!

    What has motivated my bid for this resource is the fact that its Bible and theology-related articles were written by a group of great Christian scholars. Such a group would probably not be possible to assemble today. Literature is news that stays news, and so the 1911 edition remains of great interest and value even today.
    Posted to General by Jerome Smith on Wed, Sep 14 2016
  • Re: Primary Source opportunities on CP

    I agree! I've had my bid in on both these excellent resources for some time. If a retired English teacher like me can have an interest in such things, surely many more that come to this forum should have an interest too.
    Posted to General by Jerome Smith on Tue, Sep 13 2016
  • Re: How important is Sabbath day or Day of the Lord observance for Christians today

    Terrence D. O'Hare has written an extensive work on this subject titled The Sabbath Complete And the Ascendancy of First Day Worship , Wipf and Stock Publishers, 2011. 395 pages. The back cover features an endorsement by Craig L. Blomberg. I have read this volume carefully through three times. I read the manuscript before publication at the request
    Posted to General by Jerome Smith on Sun, Sep 4 2016
  • Re: Suggestion: Niv cultural backgrounds study Bible

    I ordered a print copy from CBD and received it earlier this week. I have studied it carefully. This is indeed one of the better study Bibles I have seen of late. Scholarly as it is, I would disagree with some of the content, but it is very good just the same. I consider this study Bible "better" because it provides more in-depth information in its
    Posted to Suggestions by Jerome Smith on Sat, Aug 27 2016
  • Re: Using Logos to build a sermon on superpowers

    Dear Brad, The FS numbers refer to Figure of Speech numbers, keyed to E. W. Bullinger's Figures of Speech in the Bible , which Baker Book House reprinted in 1968 when I asked them to make it available for students of the Bible, and told them where to secure a copy. I gave each figure and sub-division of a figure a unique number, and keyed all instances
    Posted to General by Jerome Smith on Fri, Aug 12 2016
  • Re: Using Logos to build a sermon on superpowers

    Dear Beloved, It is possible that my new much expanded and corrected cross reference work, The Ultimate Cross Reference Treasury , may at some future date be made available in Logos Bible software format, just as the New Treasury of Scripture Knowledge was in the past. But I have no direct control over that, and have no personal knowledge of how that
    Posted to General by Jerome Smith on Thu, Aug 4 2016
  • Re: Using Logos to build a sermon on superpowers

    Beloved, That was the initially proposed title, proposed by Thomas Nelson Publishers, for my second work on cross references published in 2007. The final title selected was Nelson's Cross Reference Guide to the Bible . So the title you found was never actually used. Nelson's Cross Reference Guide to the Bible is now out of print, and the Publisher says
    Posted to General by Jerome Smith on Wed, Aug 3 2016
  • Re: Using Logos to build a sermon on superpowers

    I might not select an expression like "superpowers," but as the creator of a Bible study resource which is available for Logos, The New Treasury of Scripture Knowledge , I know that a careful study of Romans chapter 12 will lead to some very relevant material in the Bible. In particular, I enjoyed studying out by means of cross reference Bible study
    Posted to General by Jerome Smith on Wed, Aug 3 2016
  • Re: Deathbed Repentance/Confession

    I do not know what resources I have in a digital format, but I have collected hard copies of books on this subject over many years, though I've not added any recently. Here are the titles as these books stand in my bookcase: (1) David W. Clark (editor), Death-bed Scenes: or, Dying with and without religion: Designed to illustrate the truth and power
    Posted to General by Jerome Smith on Tue, Jul 26 2016
  • Re: pending resource publishing: Studies on Christian Art History

    The description states these volumes contain pictures. Considering the age of the oldest works, they would not likely have anything in color. The most recent of the volumes might have some color. Looking at some of the sample pages provided, I saw some drawings and pictures.
    Posted to General by Jerome Smith on Fri, Mar 11 2016
  • Re: 500 Book Mega Pack for $500

    Those were the days, indeed. I am thankful for all the resources I picked up, both old and new, for they have been a great blessing to me over these many years since. I then drove a little VW Beetle, and filled the back seat with boxes of books, and hauled them back to my apartment in Detroit quite a few times.
    Posted to General by Jerome Smith on Tue, Feb 2 2016
  • Re: Hengstenberg's Christology of the OT

    The Kurtz 3-volume work on the OT is included. That interests me because this author is frequently cited by George N. H. Peters in his three-volume work, The Theocratic Kingdom .
    Posted to General by Jerome Smith on Thu, Jan 7 2016
  • Re: Sell Me on Your Favourite Stuff in Community Pricing!

    I have been hoping for some while that the Classic Studies on Baptism (42 volumes, $80) will reach the finish line while I'm still young enough to study them! https://www.logos.com/product/33657/classic-studies-on-baptism I believe we all ought to be vitally interested in the subject of baptism. I encountered the subject when I became a Christian as
    Posted to General by Jerome Smith on Mon, Dec 28 2015
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