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  • Re: Community pricing wait time.

    I, too, wish more of the Logos community would get on board for this one. I have the print editions of many of these titles, but not all. Even so, having it in Logos makes it easier to get to than going to my bookshelf and taking down the volume. How useful for study are these versions? Some provide distinctive renderings that give much insight into
    Posted to General by Jerome Smith on Fri, Feb 27 2015
  • Re: Help search for "Deity of Christ"

    I always am the late-comer when it comes to reading forums, answering questions! I have as part of my Logos library my own book, The New Treasury of Scripture Knowledge . Because the Jehovah's Witnesses deny the deity of Christ I placed much material in my book on the subject, for I studied with them for four years straight. My notes can be accessed
    Posted to General by Jerome Smith on Wed, Feb 18 2015
  • Re: More bids needed for Classic Commentaries on Amos closing on Friday

    First thing I did this morning was visit the Community Pricing section here. I looked at the "Progress" view. I saw the Amos collection, once more looked at each title and the available page previews, and decided--even before spotting your plea here--that this is a worthwhile addition to my ever-growing Logos library. With almost 5000 resources in my
    Posted to General by Jerome Smith on Mon, Feb 9 2015
  • Re: Are There Any Books In Logos For Apologetics To Defend The Trinity Against Non Trinitarians That Throw 1 Corinthians 11:3 At Them?

    In dealing with Jehovah's Witnesses over many years I have personally encountered their non-Trinitarian use of 1 Corinthians 11:3 among many other passages. Many apologetic resources designed to counter cult theology will provide insight toward a Biblical answer. If you have among your Logos resources my book, The New Treasury of Scripture Knowledge
    Posted to General by Jerome Smith on Thu, Jan 22 2015
  • Re: Woot! It's HERE! C.S. Lewis Collection!!!!

    Now I am in too. I have many of the works listed already in my personal print library, but as a retired English teacher I see material pertaining to works about literature that I ought to read that are not in my print collection. Now if I could only interest enough of you to get excited about some important works on Community Pricing (the recently listed
    Posted to General by Jerome Smith on Sat, Jan 3 2015
  • Re: Explore the Book

    I agree that J. Sidlow Baxter's books are valuable for Bible study. I met him in person and heard him speak for a week at the Highland Park Baptist Church when it was still in Highland Park, a city inside the city of Detroit, Michigan. I bought all the books he had available at that time directly from the author. He even autographed my Bible. The thing
    Posted to Suggestions by Jerome Smith on Mon, Dec 8 2014
  • This sleeper needs a boost--a major collection of works about baptism in CP

    I know by long experience that this set of many volumes is very informative. The collection adequately covers many sides of the doctrine of baptism. It really does help your wider understanding of the Bible itself to have studied these volumes. Here is the link as best I know how to "copy and paste" it: https://www.logos.com/product/33657/classic-studies
    Posted to General by Jerome Smith on Wed, Dec 3 2014
  • Re: How to Prepare for the Massive Update (Oct 26)

    Must all be a false alarm. It is almost 12:15 am here, Eastern Time, thus 9:15 pm in the state of Washington, and nothing has happened yet! The opening page updated to October 27, 2014, but that is all. I was hoping to receive the "massive update" while Internet service here has less traffic.
    Posted to General by Jerome Smith on Sun, Oct 26 2014
  • Re: Who is the Pre-eminent authority on dispensational pre-millenialism, and do they have a book in Logos?

    Forgive my comment here, but George N. H. Peters would be a great resource to add to those already mentioned, and it is available from Logos. In three volumes, Peters in his work The Theocratic Kingdom is the most thorough scholar I've encountered in the field of Bible prophecy. Dr. Dwight Pentecost cites Peters a number of times in his great work,
    Posted to General by Jerome Smith on Thu, Oct 9 2014
  • Re: NT Grammatical Cross Reference Tool?

    Thank you for alerting others that my book, The New Treasury of Scripture Knowledge , can be used to search out NT grammatical matters. As I developed my expansion and correction of the original Treasury of Scripture Knowledge , I not only added many new cross references. I also added figures of speech identifications for as many instances of those
    Posted to General by Jerome Smith on Thu, Oct 2 2014
  • Re: community pricing

    I can think of an altogether different approach. Some of the "sleepers" are particularly good values and well-worth having. I suspect many would-be bidders would jump at the opportunity to get a resource if someone experienced with the resource would write a review for it that would explain just how useful, even necessary, a given resource is. I've
    Posted to General by Jerome Smith on Wed, Sep 17 2014
  • Re: Two Resources Worth Their Weight In Gold

    I have great for Cremer's Lexicon. I bought it for myself when I was still in high school. I had ridden my bicycle to Dickson's Bible and Bookstore on Woodward Avenue in Ferndale, Michigan. I bought two other hefty volumes that same day: Robertson's Greek Grammar, and Moulton and Milligan's Vocabulary. Cremer's Lexicon is frequently cited in both older
    Posted to General by Jerome Smith on Fri, May 30 2014
  • Re: Want to utilize public domain Logos books better someday?

    I saw the EB (Encyclopedia Britannica) on Community Pricing. I read what was posted there. Does the announcement prominently point out this is the 1911 edition. Perhaps it does and I missed it. But here is the thing--if memory serves me correctly, it is the 1911 edition that is treasured by students of the Bible because many articles about the Bible
    Posted to General by Jerome Smith on Sat, Mar 15 2014
  • Re: Push CP McClintock & Strong Cyclopedia of Biblical, Theological, & Ecclesiastical Literature

    We need to get more people interested in this great resource! I have a story to tell about the hard-copy set I own. I effectively bought it twice, but only have one copy. The store I bought it from first in Grand Rapids had a special on it, so I paid the amount, expecting it to be shipped to my home in Detroit. Never arrived--store went bankrupt. So
    Posted to General by Jerome Smith on Fri, Feb 7 2014
  • Push CP McClintock & Strong Cyclopedia of Biblical, Theological, & Ecclesiastical Literature

    I have this set in hard copy and have used it for many decades. It has superior content for Bible study (and much more). As a simple example, see the subject entry for "Well" (volume 10, pages 903-905). As a Logos product the abundant Scripture references ought to be readily accessible. There are extensive bibliographies for most subject entries, Biblical
    Posted to General by Jerome Smith on Fri, Feb 7 2014
  • Re: Rapture (caught-up)

    [quote user="John"] [quote user="Jerome Smith"] I invite you to actually read and study carefully study Proposition 70, the second Proposition you selected for study. [/quote] Ok Jerome, I will take a look at Prop 70. Once again, I will be looking for solid Biblical proof of the assertion. I did not find it for Prop 58. As far as the parables and the
    Posted to General by Jerome Smith on Wed, Sep 11 2013
  • Re: Rapture (caught-up)

    Thank you, Super Tramp. I do like to commend resources I have found helpful. Just checking now, I do have the complete works of Francis Schaeffer and many works of Norman Geisler in my Logos 5 software. I have them in hard copy as well. Schaeffer to me is outstanding in that he foresaw very accurately back in the 1960s or 1970s where society was heading
    Posted to General by Jerome Smith on Wed, Sep 11 2013
  • Re: Rapture (caught-up)

    John, both you and I made fast work of Proposition 58 in Peters. Yet Proposition 58 is abundantly proven from Scripture, starting with Matthew 21:43. It is even a fulfillment of explicit Bible prophecy found in Micah 5:3. Using my study resource available in Logos 5, The New Treasury of Scripture Knowledge , you can find many additional Scripture passages
    Posted to General by Jerome Smith on Wed, Sep 11 2013
  • Re: Rapture (caught-up)

    Tom, I trust that if you have any possible reference to what I have posted anywhere above, you reconsider your statement. Certainly I have been talking about the marvelous new resource I received yesterday from Logos Software, Peters' three-volume work on Bible prophecy, The Theocratic Kingdom . May I kindly suggest you study that volume in detail in
    Posted to General by Jerome Smith on Tue, Sep 10 2013
  • Re: Rapture (caught-up)

    John, you are in for a real treat in Bible study! You have shown great insight in selecting Propositions 58, 70, and 87 for review. I just checked those this morning using my new Logos 5 edition first received yesterday. May I offer a study suggestion or two. (1) Read carefully and thoroughly. (2) Do look up the Bible references Peters gives (an advantage
    Posted to General by Jerome Smith on Tue, Sep 10 2013
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