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  • Re: NIV on iphone?

    I mentioned "Biblica" in my previous post. Really the "CBT" has control over the translation right now. Biblica is sponsoring the project and will be the rights holder of the new translation, but they are not translating it per se. Here is the web site regarding the new NIV: http://nivbibleupdate.com/
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by Michael Sullivan on Fri, Jul 2 2010
  • Re: BibleWorks

    I have both. I agree with Mark, if you have no interest in Greek or Hebrew, Bibleworks is not for you. However, if you have interest in learning Greek and Hebrew, Bibleworks is an excellent tool. It is fast, adaptable, and, when it comes to Greek and Hebrew resources, the best bang for the buck is spent on Bibleworks (side note: Logos, are you listening
    Posted to General by Michael Sullivan on Tue, Dec 28 2010
  • Re: Pastors, help please.....

    Hi Bill, Based on my experience, the best way to teach a Bible class depeneds on the group in front of you and your particular gifts. Asking for feed back is important. Over the years have have learned that less is more. I use to make lots of hand outs. Now I pretty much just teach straight from the Bible Here is what I feel is important: 1) Pray that
    Posted to General by Michael Sullivan on Wed, Aug 4 2010
  • Re: Question for pastors whose churches use the NIV

    [quote user="Eric Weiss"] [quote user="Michael Sullivan"] ++ edited rant, just left this one point++ I am dissappointed with the new NIV and how a clearly messianic text like Hebrews 2:6-9 gets muddled up because of gender neutral language.[/quote] Worse than the NIV is the LXX and the book of Hebrews itself, which quotes Psalm 4 here, because the Greek
    Posted to General by Michael Sullivan on Tue, Jan 18 2011
  • Re: Logos for iOS 1.6.1 Release Notes

    Ever since the 1.6 update (and it continues under this update) my mobile bookmarks for "Concordia: The Lutheran Confessions - Reader's Edition" are no longer precises. Before the update, my bookmarks on my iPod Touch opened right on the paragraph I bookmarked. Now my bookmarks seem to open up the right page number but the wrong paragraphs (which is
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by Michael Sullivan on Mon, Jan 24 2011
  • Re: Is there way to limit your library in version 4

    Thanks again guys. THis is a big help
    Posted to Logos 4 by Michael Sullivan on Fri, Nov 20 2009
  • Re: This discussion was about a child born into innocence

    Psalm 51:5 answers this question for me. The exception is Jesus, of course.
    Posted to General by Michael Sullivan on Thu, Nov 19 2009
  • Re: Is it possible to loose books in an upgrade?

    So just to reaffirm - if I choose to upgrade from the Version 4 Original Language Library to the Basic Version 4 Scholar's Library - I will still retain all the book I have in the Orinigal Language Library - even the ones not listed under the Scholar's Library (Like the Tischendorf apperatus or Metzger's Textual commentary - both of which are not listed
    Posted to General by Michael Sullivan on Wed, Nov 18 2009
  • Re: Is it possible to loose books in an upgrade?

    Thanks you for the replies, everyone.
    Posted to General by Michael Sullivan on Wed, Nov 18 2009
  • Re: Why did the price go up?

    Thanks, it's changed now. BTW - is it safe to put my email in the "public email" spot, or can spam bots get it there as well?
    Posted to General by Michael Sullivan on Wed, Feb 10 2010
  • Re: Inquiry about Theological Dictionaries

    Hi Terry, Regarding my post - I can understand your concern about believing bloggers. I was just trying to provide a brief summary of Kittel, which I thought Prof. Hoffman did well. I guess my brevity was too brief. I have never met Prof. Hoffman, except on forums where he answered some Bibleworks and Logos questions for me concerning lexicons. From
    Posted to General by Michael Sullivan on Tue, Feb 23 2010
  • Re: Starter Package for a Lutheran Layman?

    I am a Lutheran pastor so I will try to help you. If you are interested only in solid confessional Lutheran resources with limited original language study, I would suggest doing the following: 1) get the minimal crossgrade $70 for the maps, timelines,and iPhone accessiblilty. You don't need a base pack to purchase it. 2) Get the NPH collection, or look
    Posted to General by Michael Sullivan on Sat, Jan 23 2010
  • Re: If I had a million dollars (to grow Logos Bible Software)...

    How about a draw for all those who have purchased, crossgraded or upgraded to LOGOS 4 the give away prize being some "Portfolio" editions of the software. (If the person has that edition, maybe a cash prize could be awarded). I also like this idea: Building Logos compatible editions of 300 public domain books and giving them away to get people on our
    Posted to General by Michael Sullivan on Tue, Jan 19 2010
  • Re: Starter Package for a Lutheran Layman?

    In the Scholar's edition there is a good introduction to Church history. Here are some of my observations 1) I just read " Exploring Church History ." It is obviously way too short and has it obvious evangelical bias which comes through when dicussing the Lord's Supper in the ancient Church. (Consider this quote for example: " the writings of the Apostolic
    Posted to General by Michael Sullivan on Tue, Jan 26 2010
  • Re: Starter Package for a Lutheran Layman?

    A couple of other thoughts regard the Scholars edition with the OL (extra books) 1) Theological Word Book of the Old Testament - a very good, standard Hebrew resource which is not included in OL. 2) Vincent Word Studies and Robertson's Word Pictures . Again, read with discernment, but these are very good reasource on New Testament words. 3) Treasury
    Posted to General by Michael Sullivan on Tue, Jan 26 2010
  • Re: Starter Package for a Lutheran Layman?

    Regarding the People's Bible. It may be basic, but they are still good. I use them for Bible Class or a quick reference, or even just simple reading, instead of a novel. I just got the Concordia Commentary set, and have just start using them, so I can not tell you my own opinion. From what I have read in the Wisconsin Lutheran Quarterly, all the current
    Posted to General by Michael Sullivan on Sun, Jan 24 2010
  • Infographics on iPhone?

    Hello I was just wondering if there were plans to put the infographics diagrams on the iphone. I assume that it is an "inhouse" product and therefore would not have to undergo any contract renegotiation. I just like referring to it when reading a book that describes aspects of Jerusalem, or the temple, or anything else for that matter. Thanks Michael
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by Michael Sullivan on Sat, Jan 30 2010
  • Re: Pre Pub Pricing ( Baker Books)

    A couple of observations: 1) In talking with an editor on another forum, he adressed the misconception that E-books are vastly cheaper to produce than hard copies. The fact is that most of the cost does not go into the paper, ink and binding, but the actual researching, writing and editing. On top of this, continual tagging and editing takes a lof of
    Posted to General by Michael Sullivan on Fri, Feb 5 2010
  • Re: Infographics on iPhone?

    Bump
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by Michael Sullivan on Tue, Feb 2 2010
  • Re: Selling Logos 4 in Bookstores?

    When I upgraded to Logos 4, two Logos sales reps told me that Logos will only be selling Logos 4 through their website and phone service. I also heard that they are moving into the direction of being the sole distributor or products that use the Logos engine - sort of like what iTunes does with its apps. Michael
    Posted to Logos 4 by Michael Sullivan on Sat, Feb 6 2010
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