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  • Re: Advance Notice: Logos Ending Windows XP Support October 26, 2012

    I'm not sure what this means for me. I have XP. I also have spent thousands of dollars on books, and I am currently beyond on my bills. Does this essentially mean that I should get a new computer? I am trying to get out of debt. I don't need this right now. Thank you.
    Posted to General by Larry Craig on Sat, Sep 8 2012
  • Re: Recommended Commentaries: John

    I almost forgot. Marcus Dods is always worth reading. He did John in the Expostor's Bible. I used him a lot years ago when I was in the ministry. Very good.
    Posted to General by Larry Craig on Sun, Nov 6 2011
  • Re: Recommended Commentaries: John

    Carson is good. He is very good. Still I always look at Bernard in the International Critical Commentary set first. And then after you have read everyone else, read Godet and Pink, and see what you missed with the others.
    Posted to General by Larry Craig on Tue, Nov 1 2011
  • Re: Recommended Commentaries: Luke

    A lot of good ones have already been mentioned. Two good ones that haven't been mentioned so far. Alfred Plummer in the International Critical Commentary. Plummer is always good.. Also RCH Lenski has commentaries on the entire NT. I really appreciate both of these.
    Posted to General by Larry Craig on Wed, Oct 26 2011
  • Re: Recommended Commentaries: Mark

    I have a lot of good commentaries on Mark. Many more than are carried by Logos. I always look at Gould in the International Critical Commentary first. Is Cranfield's commentary in the Cambridge Greek NT series on community pricing, or is his volume a later edition? Cranfield is always worth reading.
    Posted to General by Larry Craig on Wed, Oct 26 2011
  • Re: Recommended Commentaries: Matthew

    I always look at the International Critical Cokmentary first. Matthew is particularly good. I often don't need to look anywhere else. But that's like looknig at the trees rather than the forest. The Expositor's Bible gives the bigger picture, and you still see more when you thought you already had seen it all.
    Posted to General by Larry Craig on Thu, Oct 13 2011
  • Re: Recommended Commentaries: Deuteronomy

    Let me add two more commentaries that I find helpful. The Cambridge Bible volume is short, but it helps where help is needed. CHMackintosh is rich and practical. Excellent for preachers and devotional study.
    Posted to General by Larry Craig on Tue, Oct 4 2011
  • Re: Recommended Commentaries: Deuteronomy

    For Deuteronomy, I always check Driver in the International Critical Commentary first. Driver, of the Brown-Driver-Briggs Hebrew lexicon fame, is always helpful. I also greatly appreciate the Expositor's Bible commentary, now on community priciing. Andrew Harper, an eminent Hebrew scholar, offers a very practical yet critical work on Deuteronomy in
    Posted to General by Larry Craig on Tue, Oct 4 2011
  • Re: Recommended Commentaries: Numbers

    This may not answer the question directly, but whenever I refer to commentaries, I always check the International Critical Commentary first. Many times it has everything I need. Be sure to check the textual notes which follow later on. And in the Old Testament, I always check Keil and Delitzsch.
    Posted to General by Larry Craig on Wed, Sep 28 2011
  • Re: personal books as resources

    thank you. My mind just glazed over when I looked at that stuff. It's new to me, and right now I feel very pressed for time, and that seems like the beginning of a major project in learning and implementing. I iwll probably just wait for Logos to fix the bug and solve the problem for me. I have enough to keep my busy right now. Thanks again.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Larry Craig on Tue, Aug 16 2011
  • Re: personal books as resources

    thank you for taking the time to try to help me. I confess I am as lost here as I was before. When adding my personal books, I was given the option for tags, but I still don't have a clue what I would do with that.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Larry Craig on Tue, Aug 16 2011
  • Re: personal books as resources

    thank you. I am glad to see that it wasn't me and that it was reported to Logos. Thanks again.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Larry Craig on Tue, Aug 16 2011
  • Re: personal books as resources

    I have two published books, one on healing and one on the Lord's Prayer. They both contain a lot of Scripture references, so I want to ber able to got to those places in the books. I don't know what tags are. Thanks for writing.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Larry Craig on Tue, Aug 16 2011
  • Re: personal books as resources

    Thanks, Larry The book did show up in a basic search for a particular phrase, but it does not show up when using the passage guide for Scriptural references. I made a separate collection to keep track of the book. The bo0k shows up, but it is grayed out.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Larry Craig on Tue, Aug 16 2011
  • personal books as resources

    I added two personal books to Logos 4. I thought they would show up in the results window when I did passage searches, but they don't. Am I missing something here? Thank you.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Larry Craig on Tue, Aug 16 2011
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