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  • Re: Need recommendations: Best books on the Baptist tradition?

    [quote user="Kathleen Marie"] [quote user="Kiyah"] Here's one I might suggest Logos get: Witnesses to the Baptist Heritage: Thirty Baptists Every Christian Should Know Here's the follow-up to that one: More Witnesses to the Baptist Heritage: Twenty-Four More Baptists Every Christian Should Know Faithlife needs to tap more Baptist publishers besides
    Posted to General by Kiyah on Mon, Feb 7 2022
  • Re: Need recommendations: Best books on the Baptist tradition?

    [quote user="David Thomas"] I have suggested to Faithlife to get Handbook of Denominations in the United States . I have the 9th in dead tree. the 14th is now available in dead tree or e-book. https://www.christianbook.com/handbook-denominations-united-states-14th-edition/roger-olson/9781501822520/pd/93317EB?event=AAI [/quote] This would be great. Thanks
    Posted to General by Kiyah on Mon, Feb 7 2022
  • Re: Need recommendations: Best books on the Baptist tradition?

    [quote user="Kathleen Marie"] I might like to read this book. https://www.logos.com/product/5715/theologians-of-the-baptist-tradition Theologians of the Baptist Tradition by Timothy George ; David S. Dockery [/quote] Looks like I already own that one. I'll take a look at it. Here's one I might suggest Logos get: Witnesses to the Baptist Heritage: Thirty
    Posted to General by Kiyah on Mon, Feb 7 2022
  • Re: Need recommendations: Best books on the Baptist tradition?

    [quote user="David Thomas"] [quote user="Kathleen Marie"]I have attended quite a few Baptist churches and was even re-baptised in one. They were all so different. Sometimes they were more different from each other, than another church that was another denomination.[/quote] This is a good point to remember! The original post mentioned "not specifically
    Posted to General by Kiyah on Mon, Feb 7 2022
  • Vote: Baptist Ways: A History

    Please vote to have this broad history of the Baptist tradition added to Logos: Baptist Ways: A History Amazon Link: https://www.amazon.com/Baptist-Ways-Bill-J-Leonard/dp/0817012311/ref=tmm_pap_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1644246202&sr=8-1 Amazon Description: This exhaustive resource traces significant aspects of Baptist history from the seventeenth
    Posted to Suggestions by Kiyah on Mon, Feb 7 2022
  • Re: Readable, Understandable KJV Version

    [quote user="Pastor Cleghorn"]I agree with David on the MEV. I call it the "2016 KJV." The publisher just came out with the second edition but it is not yet available in Logos.[/quote] I didn't realize this. Thanks for the heads-up, I need to go check it out.
    Posted to General by Kiyah on Sat, Feb 5 2022
  • Re: Celebrating Black Authors?

    [quote user="DMB"]In my Fredriksen reading, she pointed out the odd 'ethiopian' official in Acts[/quote] What Fredriksen reading?
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by Kiyah on Fri, Feb 4 2022
  • Re: Celebrating Black Authors?

    [quote user="DMB"]I picked up the NT commentary (have wanted something like that). And the pulpit power one (am always amazed; how do they do it?).[/quote] We probably got the same NT commentary, True to Our Native Land . That's been on my wishlist forever. I got the Power in the Pulpit one when it was in pre-pub. I only wish they had included more
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by Kiyah on Fri, Feb 4 2022
  • Re: Celebrating Black Authors?

    [quote user="DMB"] [quote user="Wayne & Rebecca Birch"] I am a bit surprised at this ... [/quote] Where's 'this'? Black authors would be great! Especially those toiling hard in Africa ... also I'd like more from Haiti too. [/quote] It's the author spotlight for the month (The Kerusso Collective): https://www.logos.com/monthly-sale/author-spotlight
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by Kiyah on Fri, Feb 4 2022
  • Re: Mounce Translation of the New Testament in Logos?

    Ooooo, you said the A-word. <kidding> Yes I too have it in a certain competitor's software and would like to have it in Logos. If you create the Feedbear I'd vote for it.
    Posted to General by Kiyah on Fri, Feb 4 2022
  • Re: Need recommendations: Best books on the Baptist tradition?

    [quote user="DMB"]Bob says Baptists are the predominant customer segment[/quote] This is why I'm asking for recommendations. It's not that I don't have Baptist resources in my library or that there is a dearth of resources in the store. Quite the opposite so I was hoping some "enthused" Baptists would help me narrow the choices down a bit. Alas.
    Posted to General by Kiyah on Fri, Feb 4 2022
  • Re: Need recommendations: Best books on the Baptist tradition?

    Bumping for a few more recommendations.
    Posted to General by Kiyah on Fri, Feb 4 2022
  • Re: Readable, Understandable KJV Version

    I'm not exactly sure what you mean by "readable, understandable KJV" since you didn't mention what about it is making it hard for you to read. The New Cambridge Paragraph Bible: King James Version may be easier to understand since it takes the KJV text but updates spellings and punctuation to modern usage while keeping the original wording intended
    Posted to General by Kiyah on Wed, Feb 2 2022
  • Re: Logos Icons displayed on system tray for no reason

    [quote user="Philana R. Crouch"]This was fixed in 9.11 SR-1, those on the Beta channel will have to wait until we ship 9.12 Beta 1 to get the fix. If you don't want to wait you can download the installer or change your update channel to stable.[/quote] Thanks for getting the fix out so quickly!
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Kiyah on Wed, Feb 2 2022
  • Need recommendations: Best books on the Baptist tradition?

    What are some good books that overview the Baptist tradition that aren't just limited to the Southern Baptist Convention? These could include books on theology, ecclesiology/polity, and history, or general overviews.
    Posted to General by Kiyah on Wed, Feb 2 2022
  • Re: Logos Icons displayed on system tray for no reason

    [quote user="Andrew Batishko"] I'm able to recreate this problem. Thanks for the information. We'll get this fixed. [/quote] Thanks Andrew. Glad you were able to recreate this. I couldn't upload my logs because I had uninstalled Verbum again and haven't reinstalled it yet.
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Kiyah on Wed, Feb 2 2022
  • Re: Is it possible to find a book's LLS code (e.g., LLS:9781426719202) by looking at logos.com?

    It looks like although many are based on the ISBN number not all of them are. A sampling of my library yielded that out of the 67 ebooks in my library, 18 of them had LLS numbers that were NOT based on the ISBN number.
    Posted to Logos.com by Kiyah on Tue, Feb 1 2022
  • Re: Is it possible to find a book's LLS code (e.g., LLS:9781426719202) by looking at logos.com?

    They are not always the ISBN. They are listed on the logos.com product page. For example, the LLS code for the free book of the month this month is LLS:JHNSSTSTMNRVLTN.
    Posted to Logos.com by Kiyah on Tue, Feb 1 2022
  • Re: Android Reader Suite 9.11.0.0030 Stable Release Notes

    Never mind I see you said they'd be ready by tomorrow. I just got confused since some were already updated.
    Posted to Logos 9 Mobile by Kiyah on Tue, Feb 1 2022
  • Re: Android Reader Suite 9.11.0.0030 Stable Release Notes

    The Logos and Faithlife Study Bible apps still say 9.10 in the Android Play store. The Logos app on my phone won't update because 9.10 is already installed.
    Posted to Logos 9 Mobile by Kiyah on Tue, Feb 1 2022
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