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  • Re: We have become friends throught the forum

    Blessings to you, Tes. I hope you are doing well.
    Posted to General by Joe Newell on Mon, Aug 30 2010
  • Re: A.W. Tozer Books

    I found this link in an earlier post, Chuck, and it is apparently the list of all titles that can be accessed through the iPhone/iPad. http://www.logos.com/iphone/support/resourcelist
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by Joe Newell on Sun, Aug 29 2010
  • Re: A.W. Tozer Books

    Possible that they aren't available in mobile format yet. I know that at least one of my John Piper collection is not, for example.
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by Joe Newell on Sun, Aug 29 2010
  • John Frame collection

    Does anyone know the depth (breadth) of the first Volume in the John Frame collection that is available? One specific question is, does it include The Doctrine of the Christian Life? Appears to have the first two in this series, but not this thrid one. Thanks in advance.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Joe Newell on Sat, Aug 28 2010
  • Re: Once again Logos, Thank You

    I'd like to pile on here by adding my own thanks. In roughly 60 days as a Christian, I investigated my print and online options for study as I had time. One of the things I did early was download any free or low-cost iPod/iPhone app out there and Logos sat idle on both because it had some free basics and I did not even know they had "packages" available
    Posted to Logos 4 by Joe Newell on Wed, Aug 25 2010
  • Re: Got an iPad?

    I bought mine with 64gb because I very much like toting my music and podcast collection mobile with me. The entirety of my Logos package, even if downloaded offline, would not take up a significant part of that 64gb. I did not buy the 3G version as I live rurally and find it's much more enjoyable to access the net from a wireless network. I did invest
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by Joe Newell on Tue, Aug 24 2010
  • Re: Systematic Theology for Newbies?

    UPDATE: First, let me give thanks. The generous sharing on this forum makes me feel even more blessed to have joined God's family. As much as I've always enjoyed reading, there is nothing so exciting as combining reading with scholarship on Christian matters! Yesterday, as I posted in another forum here, I went ahead and upgraded to Scholar's Platinum
    Posted to General by Joe Newell on Tue, Aug 24 2010
  • Sigh! :)

    I'm enjoying myself so much that I just upgraded to the Scholars Edition: Platinum. Also added the John Piper library, because I really enjoy his work. Now, of course, I get to find out what it's like to eat Ramen noodles or hot dogs and beans until I have afforded all of these wonderful resources! Joe
    Posted to Logos 4 by Joe Newell on Mon, Aug 23 2010
  • Re: Journal of Biblical Literature - very close to production status

    Count me in!
    Posted to General by Joe Newell on Mon, Aug 23 2010
  • Re: Systematic Theology for Newbies?

    Todd, that is an impressive collection!! I really appreciate the wonderful help in this forum. I've been shocked that no Martin Luther pubs are in my collection!
    Posted to General by Joe Newell on Mon, Aug 23 2010
  • Re: Systematic Theology for Newbies?

    Indeed mine does, Graham. Thank you very much! Is it the Beveridge or Battles translation? Joe
    Posted to General by Joe Newell on Mon, Aug 23 2010
  • Re: Systematic Theology for Newbies?

    I see Institutes available in Kindle format for $6.99, and I enjoy the Kindle app on my iPad very much.. It sounds like I really can't go wrong with either, or both, Culver and Reymond in printed form. Do you suppose that systematic theology collecting could become an addiction? :) Joe
    Posted to General by Joe Newell on Mon, Aug 23 2010
  • Re: Systematic Theology for Newbies?

    Thank you for such quick and thoughtful responses. I did look into Packer's Concise Theology, but at 288 pages, it seemed a bit concise even for somebody as green as me. I have a dear friend helping me along this walk very much enjoys what Packer has written, though. Robert Culver and Robert Reymond both have books that appear interesting to me, and
    Posted to General by Joe Newell on Mon, Aug 23 2010
  • Systematic Theology for Newbies?

    Can any of you recommend a good Systematic Theology for a relatively new Christian? I was educated at a Presbyterian college, but most of my reading there had to do was book specific commentaries. I have been itching to curl up with a good Systematic Theology since my rebirth. Despite loving Logos, I would really like to find something in either hardcover
    Posted to General by Joe Newell on Mon, Aug 23 2010
  • Re: Logos Read the Bible In a Year - How about you?

    I started a reading plan over the weekend for the New Testament in the New International Version. I love the incentive of being able to check off the "Mark read" box! It should help me stay on track very well. One of the things that has drawn me to Logos is the ability to go from my laptop to my iPhone to my iPad and have it synchronized. What a great
    Posted to General by Joe Newell on Mon, Aug 23 2010
  • Re: Anymore Driscoll works planned?

    His works would greatly interest me, too.
    Posted to Suggestions by Joe Newell on Sat, Aug 21 2010
  • Re: Works of Dietrich Bonhoeffer

    Any progress on Bonhoeffer inclusion? Thanks, Joe
    Posted to Suggestions by Joe Newell on Sat, Aug 21 2010
  • Re: Newbies!!

    Thank you, Richard. I am content to have all of these books to tackle that I already have! Does anyone have a strong suggestion for anything in my library that is an in-depth treatment of the Reformation? I have to admit that this is a fascinating subject for me. I have even thought about ordering Diarmid MacCullough's book on same from Amazon. For
    Posted to General by Joe Newell on Sat, Aug 21 2010
  • Re: Newbies!!

    Thank you for the warm welcome. I have to say that the tutorial videos are absolutely incredible! And, I can certainly add that I have been stunned by the number of really great features within the software. The books by Wiersba are very enjoyable for me, but I wish that some Bonhoeffer had been included. Is it a part of any of the larger packages?
    Posted to General by Joe Newell on Sat, Aug 21 2010
  • Re: Newbies!!

    Hi, I'm a newbie in SO MANY WAYS. Saved by Christ less than two months ago, I purchased the Scholar's Silver version today because my Walk is already leading me to next chapters in my 47-yr-old life. Praise the Lord that I can have my joyous rebirth at this time, locate a wonderful package like L4, and then make my first post on a 10,000+ person forum
    Posted to General by Joe Newell on Fri, Aug 20 2010
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