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  • Re: Classic Commentaries for Daniel and Revelation has crossed 100%

    Mark, you've asked some good questions. I'm afraid I will not respond in time to help you further, but here is my answer (without writing a whole book in itself!). As to the dancing around your basic question, I suspect that arises from a general lack of specific acquaintance with these authors on the part of many readers here. As to denominations,
    Posted to General by Jerome Smith on Fri, May 29 2015
  • Re: Classic Commentaries for Daniel and Revelation has crossed 100%

    Mark above has asked several times what of value is to be found in this collection on Daniel and Revelation. Many of the volumes are of historical interest. Some of the authors have very interesting ties to denominations of today which interest me both historically and exegetically because they bring support to a particular interpretive school of prophecy
    Posted to General by Jerome Smith on Thu, May 28 2015
  • Re: logos 6 Bible word sudy vs lexicon

    Here is the link to the Logos edition of my book, The New Treasury of Scripture Knowledge : https://www.logos.com/product/1214/the-new-treasury-of-scripture-knowledge Someone (David and Allison Preston) have posted there, "Don't buy this book. It is part of the packages." That may be true, but I have some reasons to question that. The original Treasury
    Posted to General by Jerome Smith on Sat, Apr 25 2015
  • Re: logos 6 Bible word sudy vs lexicon

    The new one is far more complete than the old one. I retained all the original Treasury of Scripture Knowledge cross references, and most of its notes (I left out a few because the publisher became very concerned about the length of the book!). I restored notes left out of the original Treasury of Scripture Knowledge , adding them in from Bagster's
    Posted to General by Jerome Smith on Sat, Apr 25 2015
  • Re: logos 6 Bible word sudy vs lexicon

    Because of my own interests in refuting Jehovah's Witnesses interpretations of Revelation 3:14, I placed a note at this verse in my book, The New Treasury of Scripture Knowledge , which explains the Greek text underlying the KJV rendering, "the beginning of the creation of God." In my note I call attention not only to the lexical issue, the meaning
    Posted to General by Jerome Smith on Thu, Apr 23 2015
  • Re: Infant Baptism - Recommended Resources

    Dear Abondservant, Dr. Lehman Strauss invited the youth group at Highland Park Baptist to visit his home. He had a tremendous personal library. One thick volume he pulled off his top shelf had a title something like What the Bible Teaches About Infant Baptism . The book had the requisite title page inside, but the rest of its pages were blank! I understand
    Posted to General by Jerome Smith on Fri, Apr 17 2015
  • Re: Infant Baptism - Recommended Resources

    As usual, I'm always late to these most interesting discussions! I placed a note in my book, The New Treasury of Scripture Knowledge , at Colossians 2:11, 12 which discusses the connection of circumcision and baptism. I placed a note at Acts 16:15 on infant baptism as it was practiced by the apostles in the New Testament record. I placed notes in the
    Posted to General by Jerome Smith on Wed, Apr 15 2015
  • Re: How To Do A Search on Jesus & The Levitical Offerings

    Interesting question--for which I do not have the answer. But I am currently reading a book by Fred H. Wight, Devotional Studies of Old Testament Types , published by Moody Press in 1956, the year I bought it. It has an excellent chapter on the types in Leviticus which covers exactly what you have asked about. I like this book because it gives much
    Posted to General by Jerome Smith on Thu, Apr 9 2015
  • Re: Tulip: The Five Points of Calvinism in the Light of Scripture $1.99 (Do you recomend this book?)

    I highly recommend this book. I have it in the original form (I believe) as it was published by Duane Spencer himself. I bought a large set of books/booklets by Duane Spencer in 1974. At that time I read them thoroughly. I listened to his radio program back then on my shortwave radio. He was a tremendous speaker. I recall writing to him and he wrote
    Posted to General by Jerome Smith on Mon, Apr 6 2015
  • My hopes were almost dashed...

    I looked at my "Orders" for Community Pricing, and the list did not show that I did indeed bid on the tremendous collection of works on baptism, "Classic Studies on Baptism." It appears that the record of my "bid" has been removed. My first thought was that Logos or Faithlife or whoever arbitrarily dropped the offering from the Community Pricing or
    Posted to General by Jerome Smith on Mon, Apr 6 2015
  • Re: What's so great about this prepub?

    Many years ago I personally knew Dr. William G. Coltman, founding pastor of the Highland Park Baptist Church, where I was raised as a child and young adult. Many years later I spotted his commentary on Galatians in John's Bible and Bookstore in Detroit, Michigan. I did not buy it when I saw it, and have long regretted not having bought it back then
    Posted to General by Jerome Smith on Thu, Apr 2 2015
  • Re: THE FIVE POINTS OF CALVINISM (Edwin H. Palmer)... Just for $0.99

    Thank you everyone who assured me that the Vyrso product will work in my desktop Logos 6 application. I just ordered and received it. I'm hoping it will lead to some good "proof texts" for my index for TULIP.
    Posted to General by Jerome Smith on Fri, Mar 20 2015
  • Re: THE FIVE POINTS OF CALVINISM (Edwin H. Palmer)... Just for $0.99

    Kindly pardon my ignorance, but will a Vyrso resource run on my Logos 6 software on my desktop computer (which is all I use)?
    Posted to General by Jerome Smith on Thu, Mar 19 2015
  • Re: Classic Commentary on Exodus Upgrade Closing Friday

    I jumped in on this one too. Not all older commentaries are out of date by any means! For the price (at $25 just now when I placed my bid) it is most likely worth while, especially compared to the future regular price.
    Posted to General by Jerome Smith on Thu, Mar 19 2015
  • Re: Difficult Passages for Seventh-day Adventist

    Thank you for the alert, Lynden!
    Posted to General by Jerome Smith on Fri, Mar 13 2015
  • Re: Logos 6 new "Read" feature not there

    Thank you, Lynden and Ralph, for responding and sending me in the right direction. Just now I "clicked" on that "invisible" unlabeled column for "Read" and found what was displayed in the book. It shows I have been very naughty. My reading progress (and I am a certified reading specialist!) is as follows at this point: Reading (421) Finished (6) Unread
    Posted to Logos 6 by Jerome Smith on Sun, Mar 8 2015
  • Re: Logos 6 new "Read" feature not there

    I looked some more, and found that by placing the mouse over a "blank" header space in that top horizontal header line, I could select the desired items for display. They only display when a specific author's works are displayed, not for the whole listing itself. And you are right, the "Read" label once selected does not display as such with a name
    Posted to Logos 6 by Jerome Smith on Sun, Mar 8 2015
  • Re: Logos 6 new "Read" feature not there

    I do not see a display like what you have given a screen shot of. Those little circles to the far right I only see if I place the mouse pointer over a resource I have open, where it tells me the percentage read for that resource. I have selected the "Details view" option, but it shows no details beyond author and title on my screen. Things like "most
    Posted to Logos 6 by Jerome Smith on Sun, Mar 8 2015
  • [resolved]Logos 6 new "Read" feature not there

    I was just reading this in the just lately received "What's New in Logos 6" book: READ Read , a new category of information about resources has been added to the Details view in the Library. When this column header is added and selected, (A) books are grouped according to 3 criteria: (B) ■ Reading ■ Finished ■ Unread The progress of reading is marked
    Posted to Logos 6 by Jerome Smith on Sun, Mar 8 2015
  • Re: Push the Milton Spenser Terry Collection...

    Milton S. Terry's work on Biblical Hermeneutics was the first Christian book outside the Bible that I purchased as a teenager. I read it through three times while I was in the eleventh grade. I underlined many significant (to me at least) passages. Whoever you are, and whatever your background, this book is a readable, inspirational, and most informative
    Posted to General by Jerome Smith on Wed, Mar 4 2015
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