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  • 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
    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
  • Re: Lexham Context Commentary Updates

    I think you'll be happy with the final results. It's likely to turn out to be the highest word count of coverage for the NT books due to the depth of connections to point out for John's Gospel.
    Posted to General by Doug Mangum on Wed, Feb 17 2021
  • Re: Lexham Context Commentary Updates

    [quote user="Mattillo"] Doug, just curious when you think those updates will be pushed out. March? Q2? Thank you [/quote] No fixed timeline. Here's what needs to happen. Author sends me the content for John 1–10. I make time to review the content. We send it for copyediting when our copyeditor for this project is available (easier than explaining
    Posted to General by Doug Mangum on Wed, Feb 17 2021
  • Re: Lexham Research Commentary Update?

    Jon, let's blame 2020. But seriously, my project plans did not pan out like planned last year. I'm not sure anyone's 2020 went as planned though. I have begun editorial on Daniel and Ruth and will have them ready as soon as possible. They aren't my only projects to finish this spring (Geographic Commentary is also on my plate), so I don't want to commit
    Posted to General by Doug Mangum on Wed, Feb 10 2021
  • Re: Lexham Context Commentary Updates

    [quote user="Mattillo"] Any updates on the LCC John portion? [/quote] It is progressing slower than expected. The author and I are now making plans to update the resource with the first half of John (probably chs 1–10) when it is complete down to the verse levels. Then he will keep working on the Passage, Paragraph, and Unit/Verse notes for chs
    Posted to General by Doug Mangum on Wed, Feb 3 2021
  • Re: Learning Biblical Hebrew: Reading for Comprehension (Kutz and Josberger) - wretchedly small Hebrew fonts.

    [quote user="PetahChristian"] It was helpful to learn that your team handles digital conversion issues for Lexham resources, thanks. I assumed that Kyle handled everything, not just FL. Would these (or Attn Doug) threads be easier for you to spot in the Lexham Press forum? [/quote] To be clear, Lexham handles digital production in coordination with
    Posted to General by Doug Mangum on Wed, Jan 13 2021
  • Re: Learning Biblical Hebrew: Reading for Comprehension (Kutz and Josberger) - wretchedly small Hebrew fonts.

    [quote user="SineNomine"]Unfortunately, Report Typo is, to us customers, a black box;[/quote] I was only offering it as an option for non-urgent corrections. I don't know how Kyle handles their typo reports, but for Lexham resources, we request the report before we plan to update a resource. Sometimes we fix typos before a new print run. I'm guessing
    Posted to General by Doug Mangum on Wed, Jan 13 2021
  • Re: Learning Biblical Hebrew: Reading for Comprehension (Kutz and Josberger) - wretchedly small Hebrew fonts.

    I'm not sure what the issue is with page 37 in the grammar that you noted. The screenshot of the print is what the source files I provided looked like. I can tell you that the problems with the workbook arise from the fact that it was designed for print and the interlinear visual alignment of the print workbook was not possible to replicate at the time
    Posted to General by Doug Mangum on Tue, Jan 12 2021
  • Re: Lexham Research Commentaries (20 vols.)

    [quote user="Mattillo"] Do we have any updates when Daniel, Matthew, Ruth or Luke are coming? [/quote] Luke, Ruth, and Daniel are at the top of my list to tackle once I'm finished with Lexham Geographic Commentary on the Pentateuch. Hopefully I can turn my attention to them before the end of the year. Matthew is still being written. I expect to finish
    Posted to General by Doug Mangum on Tue, Nov 24 2020
  • Re: Lexham Context Commentary Updates

    I don't know the status of the Discovering the NT volume. The other things you've asked about are in progress but with no firm release dates. The rest of Lexham Context Commentary John is still with the author for final revisions. Geographic Commentary Pentateuch is in the late stages of editorial production and map/media curation and creation with
    Posted to General by Doug Mangum on Mon, Nov 9 2020
  • Re: BWS ESV vs. Westminster 4.2

    [quote user="Scott Miles"] Thanks--broad, general question...I am used to BHS from my school days--still like to take the big bulky thing in hand for reading. Is Lexham up to muster? I've never used it, perhaps I should switch. Are all of the Lexham resources to be preferred in Logos? Maybe I'm an old dog that needs some new tricks. [/quote] The Lexham
    Posted to Logos 8 by Doug Mangum on Thu, Oct 22 2020
  • Re: Lexham Context Commentary Updates

    Yes, John should get added into the TOC. This was a partial update, not the full John commentary. Currently only a fraction of the John comments are ready, but I wanted to make what was finished available since everyone's been waiting patiently.
    Posted to General by Doug Mangum on Wed, Oct 21 2020
  • Re: Lexham Context Commentary Updates

    The author is making progress, but I'm hesitant to make predictions since I have to get it through editorial, turned into a format that can be inserted into the Logos resource, and then put into the resource update cycle before it will appear for you. My optimistic, hopeful goal is to have it out within the next month. If not by then, it should be shortly
    Posted to General by Doug Mangum on Fri, Sep 25 2020
  • Re: Learning Biblical Hebrew Workbook

    Daniel, I'm sorry you're still experiencing trouble with this resource. As far as I know, this was the first time that Logos tried something like this to provide print-designed worksheet pages in a digital resource. So your feedback on what wasn't working well is helpful. I'm going to try to get a single PDF of all the printable pages to make available
    Posted to Lexham Press by Doug Mangum on Mon, Aug 24 2020
  • Re: Poor Formatting in Learning Biblical Hebrew: Reading for Comprehension: An Introductory Grammar

    Thanks for pointing these issues out. I'm looking into what might have happened and how we can fix it.
    Posted to General by Doug Mangum on Mon, Aug 24 2020
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