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  • Re: Reformed Expository Commentaries

    [quote user="Scott Groethe"] Not saying I don't like the commentary set, I know next to nothing about it, but went to http://bestcommentaries.com/series/reformed-expository-commentary-rec/ and the top ranked volume is Galatians which was #5 in the list. What is the general feeling regarding that website, do you trust their rankings? I do, although I
    Posted to Suggestions by elnwood on Sat, Jul 5 2014
  • Re: NEW Dispensational Theology Base Package

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] [quote user="elnwood"]would you be okay with having a Base Package with the name "Fundamentalist and Bible Churches" that have plenty of dispensational resources?[/quote] Yes, because that is a name that is compatible with the other package titles. I didn't make the jump from Fundamentalist to dispensational [/quote] When we
    Posted to Suggestions by elnwood on Fri, Jun 6 2014
  • Re: NEW Dispensational Theology Base Package

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] [quote user="elnwood"] If Logos is really serious about having a base package for every type of church,[/quote] I see no reason to believe this is their intent. Rather it appears to be their intent to cover major historical branches of Christianity ... and not necessarily all of them e.g. Anabaptists, Moravian, Quaker. When
    Posted to Suggestions by elnwood on Thu, Jun 5 2014
  • Re: NEW Dispensational Theology Base Package

    [quote user="David Paul"] Where do the Standard base packages fit in? Are they dispensational? Not dispensational? Do they have a future, or are they destined to go dodo? [/quote] The Standard base packages will be left behind.
    Posted to Suggestions by elnwood on Thu, Jun 5 2014
  • Re: NEW Dispensational Theology Base Package

    I think that Dispensationalists should have their own base package in the same way other churches do. They constitute one of the largest groups of churches within evangelicalism today. Think of all these major denominations, most of which are getting base packages: Catholic, Orthodox, Anglican, Lutheran, Wesleyan/Methodist, Reformed/Presbyterian, Pentecostal
    Posted to Suggestions by elnwood on Wed, Jun 4 2014
  • Re: NEW Dispensational Theology Base Package

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] Therefore, it seems to me to be more appropriately a bundle rather than a base package. [/quote] I think the idea of having multiple base packages is that each denomination would have their own base package (Reformed, Anglicans, Lutherans, Seventh Day Adventists, and Catholics) I think part of that reasoning is that denominations
    Posted to Suggestions by elnwood on Sun, Jun 1 2014
  • Re: NEW Dispensational Theology Base Package

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] I've thought of dispensationalism as a hermeneutical filter rather than a denomination even though it is centered in particular denominations. Therefore, it seems to me to be more appropriately a bundle rather than a base package. [/quote] Ultimately, aren't all denominations hermeneutical filters? I would call "Reformed" a
    Posted to Suggestions by elnwood on Sun, Jun 1 2014
  • Re: NEW Dispensational Theology Base Package

    [quote user="Josh"] Based on what Gabe Martini said, " Keep in mind, base packages are going to be more specifically defined along denominational/church/traditional lines, while bundles, add-on products, and collections will continue to be marked more specifically to 'viewpoints' (Calvinism, Arminianism, Christology, etc.)." I'm now thinking this would
    Posted to Suggestions by elnwood on Sun, Jun 1 2014
  • Re: Calvinism

    [quote user="Richard DeRuiter"] Though it's a bit dated Abraham Kuypers Lectures on Calvinism would give a fuller perspective on Calvinism as a life-system (far beyond the merely soteriolgical questions TULIP addresses). Though a bit dated, and though it addresses an academic audience, it's still quite readable. BTW, Kuper addresses Reformed soteriology
    Posted to Reformed Products by elnwood on Sun, Jun 1 2014
  • Re: The Anchor Yale Bible: Epistles of John Twitter #DailyDeal: get 50% off

    This is the best Twitter Daily Deal I've seen in a long time.
    Posted to General by elnwood on Sat, May 31 2014
  • Re: Charles Spurgeon Sermon Index PBB

    [quote user="Mark Barnes"] Hi elnwood, Did you know that Logos now has a sermons section in the passage guide ? This makes it much easier to access Spurgeon's sermons (and some others) through the PG and SSG? Mark [/quote] Ah, I did not know that. Thanks for the tip. I just tried it out. It works well! They only index one Scripture reference though
    Posted to Files by elnwood on Tue, May 27 2014
  • Charles Spurgeon Sermon Index PBB

    I created a sermon index of Spurgeon's sermons organized by Scripture reference. If you have the Charles Spurgeon Collection, it will link to all of those sermons. You can compile this as a Bible Commentary, and it will show up in your Passage Guide. 0508.Spurgeon Sermon Index.docx Let me know if you find this useful, or if you have any corrections
    Posted to Files by elnwood on Mon, May 26 2014
  • Re: PB: [Warning] Failed to interpret width value: 0pt

    This is an old discussion, but FYI, the solution is in the Logos Wiki. Go to Table Properties and set a value for the Preferred Width. http://wiki.logos.com/PB_%E2%80%93_Warnings_$26_Errors#Warning_caused_by_Tables
    Posted to General by elnwood on Sun, May 25 2014
  • Re: A New Record!!!!!!

    I have been saving a good copy of by Logos index, so that when it crashes and does "first-time indexing," I can restore the old index and not have to do "first-time indexing." The downside is that it's 5 gigs large!
    Posted to General by elnwood on Sun, May 18 2014
  • Re: Links needed for Denver Seminary Recommendations Update

    [quote user="Joseph Turner"] From Zondervan Exegetical Commentary on the New Testament Upgrade (4 vols.) : *Garland, David E. Luke (ZECNT). Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 2011. *Schnabel, Eckhard J. Acts (ZECNT). Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 2012. *Pao, David W. Colossians and Philemon (ZECNT). Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 2012. Shogren, Gary S. 1 & 2 Thessalonians
    Posted to General by elnwood on Sun, May 18 2014
  • Re: Sheffield/T & T Clark Bible Guides-- Monographs?!?!?

    Ah, I see that you are correct. There are some in the series that are structured more by pericope (1 Corinthians, part of the Leviticus commentary), but mostly they are mongraphs.
    Posted to Logos 5 by elnwood on Wed, May 14 2014
  • Sheffield/T & T Clark Bible Guides-- Monographs?!?!?

    It's a 44 volume commentary set, and, you guessed it, they are all classified as monographs, and they don't have any Bible milestones. Can we fix this?
    Posted to Logos 5 by elnwood on Sat, May 10 2014
  • Re: NEW Dispensational Theology Base Package

    [quote] He is probably the furthest away from dispensationalism, although he does agree with dispensationalism that there will be a millennium. [/quote] Yes, John Piper is premillennial, but premillennialism does not mean dispensational. Premillennialism was the dominant eschatology in the early church, but dispensationalism didn't come until the 19th
    Posted to Suggestions by elnwood on Fri, May 9 2014
  • Re: NEW Dispensational Theology Base Package

    [quote user="abondservant"] [quote user="Super.Tramp"] [quote user="abondservant"]Thinking of making a reformed dispensational collection within my installation of logos.[/quote] Yep. Me too, [/quote] Keep me posted on who you put in that collection if you don't mind. I'm starting with a rule: Author:(Macarthur,Piper) OR Mytag:Reformed AND Mytag:Dispensational
    Posted to Suggestions by elnwood on Fri, May 9 2014
  • Re: Kistemaker e Hendriksen

    Royalties have to go to both the original authors and the translator(s) as well. One thing you could do is save up and get it as part of a base package like Biblioteca Premier.
    Posted to General by elnwood on Thu, May 8 2014
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