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  • Re: Lexham Research Commentaries -- Luke

    [quote user="Joe Petrone"] When will Matthew and Daniel be available? (approximate month) [/quote] The author is still working on Matthew. Daniel is currently in editorial. I can't predict an approximate month when Daniel will be released, but unless something unforeseen happens, I'm anticipating getting Daniel, Ruth, and Luke out in 2022.
    Posted to Lexham Press by Doug Mangum on Mon, Jan 31 2022
  • Re: Lexham Context Commentary Updates

    [quote user="Roger Pitot"] I note that some OT books seem to be complete in detail, such as Ruth and Ecclesiastes. I think most of us would be happy with more frequent updates as some books get completed rather than waiting for a bunch of books before an update. Not sure if this causes more work, but thought I'd put in my 2 cents worth! [/quote] At
    Posted to General by Doug Mangum on Wed, Jan 12 2022
  • Re: Lexham Research Commentary Update?

    You can also pre-order 2 Peter and Jude: Lexham Research Commentary: 2 Peter https://www.logos.com/product/194642/lexham-research-commentary-2-peter Lexham Research Commentary: Jude https://www.logos.com/product/194643/lexham-research-commentary-jude Also, 2 Peter and Acts have recently been submitted and are awaiting editorial. Of the ones that are
    Posted to General by Doug Mangum on Wed, Dec 29 2021
  • Re: Lexham Research Commentaries -- Luke

    An author was contracted and has submitted the manuscript for Luke. Authors have been lined up for all of the NT, so there are many new NT volumes available for pre-order. The rest (2 Peter, Jude, and Revelation) should be available to order soon. Edit: 2 Peter and Jude are already available to order, so that just leaves Revelation, which will be two
    Posted to Lexham Press by Doug Mangum on Wed, Dec 29 2021
  • Re: Lexham Context Commentary Updates

    [quote user="Mattillo"] I was curious if you might have a end of 2021 update on the above titles. [/quote] There's been a little progress since September, but nothing really significant. Things are slow because so many of these things are waiting on me to literally wade through hundreds of thousands of words. The last bit of work on Geographic Commentary
    Posted to General by Doug Mangum on Wed, Dec 22 2021
  • Re: Lexham Research Commentary Update?

    [quote user="Jon"] Any chance we’ll see any of these (Daniel, Ruth, etc) before the end of the year? [/quote] I'd like to say yes, there's a chance, but it's unlikely either Daniel or Ruth will ship to customers by the end of the year. It's possible Ruth will be close as I hope to give it my full attention later this month. But after my first edit,
    Posted to General by Doug Mangum on Tue, Oct 19 2021
  • Re: Learning Biblical Hebrew Videos?

    [quote user="JesusisKing"] Does anyone know if Logos/Faithlife/Lexham plan on doing a video series for the Learning Biblical Hebrew Grammar? https://www.logos.com/product/177582/learning-biblical-hebrew-bundle [/quote] We have had discussions about doing a video course for the Learning Biblical Hebrew grammar, but the idea hasn't made it past that conversation
    Posted to General by Doug Mangum on Wed, Sep 29 2021
  • Re: Lexham Context Commentary Updates

    I'm sorry for the delay in replying, Mattillo. I was out of the office most of last week. I believe Lexham Geographic Commentary on the Pentateuch is close to being ready to be prepared for release in Logos. We had some custom images and maps still in the works. I don't know that a specific release date is set yet, though, or whether the digital production
    Posted to General by Doug Mangum on Tue, Sep 7 2021
  • Re: LEB slips

    [quote user="David B. Woods"] If the Report Typo tool is sufficient, I'll quit replicating here. Please let me know your preference. [/quote] You can do one or the other, but you don't need to do both. If you want to make sure an editor sees the mistake, post it here. Before I submit any request to update the Logos resource, I will ask for the report
    Posted to Lexham Press by Doug Mangum on Tue, Jun 22 2021
  • Re: Lexham Research Commentary Update?

    Latest update on this series—I have authors lined up for the rest of the New Testament volumes. Luke and 2 Peter have been submitted and are in my editorial queue. Both look like substantial contributions to the series that I think everyone will be happy with. Daniel and Ruth are ahead of them in the queue though. Plans are to turn to this series once
    Posted to General by Doug Mangum on Thu, Jun 17 2021
  • Re: LEB slips

    [quote user="Keep Smiling 4 Jesus :)"] Perplexed by he addition in John 13:19 (bit inconsistent translation of phrase ἐγώ εἰμι in various places, plus he addition with footnote is a recent discussion issue in Christian Discourse) ... Matthew 26:22 & Matthew 26:25 could have he* removed [/quote] This sort of thing is more of a choice than a "slip." With
    Posted to Lexham Press by Doug Mangum on Tue, Jun 15 2021
  • Re: LEB slips

    [quote user="David B. Woods"] Unless I am overlooking something, Ps 67:3 and Ps 67:5 are identical in Hebrew and thus also in English, but these verses differ (very slightly) in the LEB. I also recently used "Report typo" for the following: "the women" in Num 5:22 should be "the woman" "exalt" in Isa 13:4 should be "exult" Hope these will all be processed
    Posted to Lexham Press by Doug Mangum on Tue, Jun 1 2021
  • Re: Lexham Context Commentary Updates

    [quote user="Mattillo"] Just checking back on LCC John. You mention 1-10 above. Is anyone working on the other half as well? [/quote] The same author is finishing John 11–21. The first half is going through editorial here, but I don't have an estimate yet of when it will appear in the resource.
    Posted to General by Doug Mangum on Fri, May 21 2021
  • Re: Outdated Lexham English Bible?

    [quote user="Lightbulb"] I've noticed that several of the sources online seem to have outdated versions. [/quote] I'm involved in maintaining the LEB text, and we 've sent many minor corrections like typos and missing lines to be changed in LEB. Those changes get pushed to the Logos edition. I'm not sure who took care of sharing LEB files with YouVersion
    Posted to General by Doug Mangum on Thu, Apr 22 2021
  • Re: Lexham Context Commentary Updates

    [quote user="Mattillo"] I noticed the LCC OT was updated today but it obviously isn't finished yet. Just curious how that is coming along and what updates were made if you know. [/quote] My focus recently with LCC has been on the editorial for John 1–10, so my co-editors were the ones responsible for the OT update. I think it was adding content that
    Posted to General by Doug Mangum on Wed, Mar 31 2021
  • Re: Lexham Research Commentary Resource Swap?

    As far as I know there's no way to redirect the links. Programming a general redirect would break the link for people who did have NIDNTT. NIDNTTE was not available when many of the LRC volumes were produced, which is why the links are going to the old version. If you want to find out what NIDNTTE says about the linked topic or lemma, you could type
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by Doug Mangum on Thu, Mar 25 2021
  • Re: Logos Research Commentaries Bundle Missing Some Pre-pubs

    [quote user="SineNomine"] Maybe the first three are at least essentially 'done' and just waiting to be released and the other three are farther from completion? [/quote] I'm thinking it might have to do with which ones had been listed when the LRC 20 vol. collection was made. While LRC Luke was listed long ago, it was on Community Pricing while Matt
    Posted to General by Doug Mangum on Thu, Mar 25 2021
  • Re: Logos Research Commentaries Bundle Missing Some Pre-pubs

    [quote user="John Kaess"] I went ahead and purchased the full set of the Logos Research Commentaries on sale from March Madness, even though i already had every volume which has been released. The bundle also included resources for Daniel, Matthew and Ruth which i've had on pre-pub for a very very long time. With the discount from March Madness, the
    Posted to General by Doug Mangum on Thu, Mar 25 2021
  • Re: Dr Grant Osborne

    [quote user="Mattillo"] I hope it does get finished. [/quote] I'm not involved in the series, so I don't know more details. I think the hope is to find a way to finish with an author or authors who can continue in the path that Osborne would have followed for these. I was mainly sharing that I don't think Lexham intentionally made an official announcement
    Posted to General by Doug Mangum on Wed, Feb 24 2021
  • Re: Dr Grant Osborne

    [quote user="Mattillo"]That is what lexham Press said on Twitter[/quote] As far as I know, we are still exploring a way to finish the NT for this series. I think the tweet was referring to Hebrews as the final volume that Osborne directly worked on and wasn't meant to be an announcement of the end of the series.
    Posted to General by Doug Mangum on Wed, Feb 24 2021
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