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  • Re: Everett Ferguson

    His Backgrounds of Early Christianity is a textbook for a course I'm in right now. I would have quickly gotten the Logos version instead of the paper copy if it had been available.
    Posted to Suggestions by Keith Gant on Wed, Jul 13 2011
  • Re: College Press NIV thoughts/impressions

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] John Mark Hicks is of this tradition and has impressed me as a Bible scholar - at least on the web. [/quote] MJ, since you mentioned John Mark Hicks, I'll add a comment - He wrote one of the volumes in the College Press NIV commentary series (1 & 2 Chronicles). He can operate equally well on a scholarly level (doctorate from
    Posted to General by Keith Gant on Tue, Apr 12 2011
  • Re: College Press NIV thoughts/impressions

    [quote user="Ron Keyston Jr"] [quote user="Michael Childs"]So I would like to know to what extent does this view of salvation influence the College Press NIV commentaries? To me that would be very important.[/quote] Thanks for raising that issue Michael. I'd be curious to know that as well. [/quote] I think that on the 5 to 10 major passages in the
    Posted to General by Keith Gant on Tue, Apr 12 2011
  • Re: College Press NIV thoughts/impressions

    [quote user="Michael Childs"] ... it must not be done using the trinitarian formula, but only "in Jesus' name", and it must be by immersion, of course... [/quote] Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 Michael, In my experience with the Church of Christ in different places, I have never seen one who baptized “in Jesus
    Posted to General by Keith Gant on Tue, Apr 12 2011
  • Re: College Press NIV thoughts/impressions

    Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 I have used several of the volumes in the NT set extensively. While some of the preceding messages have brought up the Stone-Campbell background, I would estimate that far less than 1% of the total content is directly related to doctrines thought of as specific to the Stone-Campbell
    Posted to General by Keith Gant on Mon, Apr 11 2011
  • Re: Expositor's Bible Commentary -- Original vs. Revised

    [quote user="Rick Hypes"] I personally do not own either set but am itching to get the revised version in Logos. I asked the same question in another forum and the replies suggested that it is a pretty big rewrite with different authors. [/quote] Rick, that is helpful to hear. I had searched for a discussion of it here in the Logos forums before posting
    Posted to General by Keith Gant on Wed, Mar 30 2011
  • Expositor's Bible Commentary -- Original vs. Revised

    Logos currently has a sale on the EBC for $129.99: http://www.logos.com/product/5457/the-expositors-bible-commentary. But this is the original, and a revised EBC has been produced during 2005-2010 (2 volumes forthcoming): http://www.bestcommentaries.com/series/revised-expositor-s-bible-commentary-rebc/. The revision does not appear to be yet available
    Posted to General by Keith Gant on Wed, Mar 30 2011
  • Re: March Madness

    Some crazy stuff going on with Berkof/Hengel. Hengel had a big lead this morning (1124 vs. 924). I just now checked again and Hengel was up by a single vote , 1203 vs. 1202. I hit refresh a few seconds later and in no time Berkof had gotten 16 votes to go up by 15. I checked a minute later and Berkhof had gotten another 39 more votes, to go up 1258
    Posted to General by Keith Gant on Mon, Mar 28 2011
  • Re: March Madness

    Amazon is showing Hengel's book for $250 hardback or $90 paperback. 60% or 75% off the Logos price of $84 would be a great buy for anything from Hengel. At the moment it's slightly trailing the Berkhof book (which I got for next to nothing for a different Bible software product before I became a Logos convert).
    Posted to General by Keith Gant on Sun, Mar 27 2011
  • Re: Create collection from all open resources?

    [quote user="Todd Phillips"] It seems to me that Logos should put the automatic collection "All Open Resources" (which appears in the search window) into the Collections window selection list as a unmodifiable collection. Then we could easily create bibliographies for our current work. [/quote] That would do it. Great suggestion!
    Posted to Logos 4 by Keith Gant on Tue, Feb 15 2011
  • Re: Create collection from all open resources?

    [quote user="Rosie Perera"] No, I don't believe you can do that, but you can drag all the resources that are open in one tile all together into a Favorites folder by holding down the Shift key while you drag one of their tabs. So you could do this for all open tiles, and then it'll be a tiny bit easier to create the collection because you'll be able
    Posted to Logos 4 by Keith Gant on Tue, Feb 15 2011
  • Create collection from all open resources?

    Is there a way to create a collection from all open resources in one step (without adding them individually)? My only reason for wanting to do this is that I have a saved layout with a large number of resources for a research paper, and I want to generate a bibliography of the list of resources (which can be done if they are in a collection).
    Posted to Logos 4 by Keith Gant on Mon, Feb 14 2011
  • Re: Greek font in the morphology popup box

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] ... Have you tried enlarging the display to see if that helps? [/quote] Changing the font size of the underlying resource does not change the size of the morphology box. I would guess that changing either the default Logos size (in Program Settings) or the default Windows display size would change the box size, but I have not
    Posted to Logos 4 by Keith Gant on Tue, Jan 18 2011
  • Re: Greek font in the morphology popup box

    Dave, I don't mean to be making an issue of every little "jot and tittle" but the pi did fit my description (at least on my monitor). I probably didn't make myself clear referring to the "pop-up box". The morphology box is actually a pop-down box. If you look back at your first message, at the bottom of your screen capture snapshot, in the box with
    Posted to Logos 4 by Keith Gant on Mon, Jan 17 2011
  • Re: Greek font in the morphology popup box

    Dave, The word you underlined in red is not the issue (since it uses the Gentium font), but in your snapshot the προφητης in the box below (just before "noun") uses a different font and does show what I was talking about. The π there does not have the tick marks. It's not so bad when the π is at the beginning of a word like here, but in the middle of
    Posted to Logos 4 by Keith Gant on Sun, Jan 16 2011
  • Greek font in the morphology popup box

    Is there any way to change the Greek font of the lemma word which is included in the morphology box which pops up when holding the mouse cursor over a word in a tagged Bible? (I know the Greek font for the resource itself can be changed in program settings, but this change does not seem to affect the font used in the box.) My only reason for wanting
    Posted to Logos 4 by Keith Gant on Sat, Jan 15 2011
  • Re: Last Update Hack:

    What is the "local books' version date"? Is that different from the publication date (which is already separately available as a column in Library)?
    Posted to Files by Keith Gant on Fri, Dec 10 2010
  • Re: Studies in the Dead Sea Scrolls and Related Literature - Prepub

    [quote user="Dominick Sela"] [quote user="Ronald Quick"]The Dead Sea Scrolls Today by Vanderkam is a good introduction.[/quote] I agree - I just finished reading this in Logos as one of my summer activities. Very good overview, I learned a lot! [/quote] This is a required text for a course I'm now taking and I really wanted to "go electronic" with it
    Posted to General by Keith Gant on Fri, Sep 10 2010
  • Re: Are multiple panes (panels) possible in a floating window?

    Works perfectly! Thanks so much!!
    Posted to Logos 4 by Keith Gant on Fri, Aug 6 2010
  • Are multiple panes (panels) possible in a floating window?

    I currently have a floatng window containing two tabs (two resources). I'd like to split those two into two panes, to see them side by side in the floating window. Is that possible? If so, how do you do it?
    Posted to Logos 4 by Keith Gant on Fri, Aug 6 2010
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