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  • Zondervan Videos - I recommend Contemporary Theology Video Lectures

    Among the Zondervan Videos on sale, I purchased a few because the price was good and the content useful. I thought Michael Bird was particularly good with his Evangelical Theology because he has good content and he is easy to listen to. But I also thought the course Contemporary Theology Video Lectures was both interesting and useful in content, since
    Posted to General by Rick Carmickle on Mon, May 10 2021
  • Re: Mounce Greek Workbook Question

    My guess is that you will do more damage to your printer than the cost of the paperback book. And I think you would probably agree that you are better off with the paperback writing the answers with your own hand. Its better for learning, at least for me.
    Posted to General by Rick Carmickle on Mon, May 10 2021
  • Re: New Dead Sea scrolls found in desert cave in Israel, and a Greek puzzle

    Many websites promoting the story are just grabbing whatever scroll they can find. And the one your friend sent is an example of that. You did correctly match it up with the Emanuel Tov publication. The Israel Antiquities Authority has a picture showing the newly-discovered scroll as ~52 small fragments about the size of your fingernail. Only 4 are
    Posted to General by Rick Carmickle on Tue, Mar 16 2021
  • Re: RIP John Polkinghorne

    Polkinghorne was brilliant. I quoted him in church 3 weeks ago, to the effect: When we become a Christian, we get new software. But at the resurrection, we will get new hardware to run that new software.
    Posted to General by Rick Carmickle on Tue, Mar 16 2021
  • Re: Two Exoduses

    Here is an article that will give you a sense of what he is talking about. https://digitalcommons.pepperdine.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=2224&context=leaven
    Posted to General by Rick Carmickle on Mon, Jul 20 2020
  • Re: Moving from physical journaling to journaling in Logos...

    Do you think it is better to do that? Like a birthday card to my mother, a real card with a note written in pen is far better than an email to her--even if it is an electronic card with exploding fireworks. I think at the end of life, having a shelf of hand-written personal reflections is more meaningful than computer notes. But I do know that many
    Posted to General by Rick Carmickle on Wed, Apr 29 2020
  • Re: How is your church adapting for COVID-19?

    I just got back from Rome 6 days ago, (and it was magnificent because no one was there--so I had an hour alone with 5 Japanese Christians in the Sistine Chapel last Thursday, but I digress), but in response, we are cancelling live services and streaming it instead.
    Posted to General by Rick Carmickle on Fri, Mar 13 2020
  • Re: NET Bible notes, 2nd ed

    First, if the 2nd edition is worth $8, then its worth $15, so the extra $7 should not be a deal breaker. However, although I thought I paid $15 for it, I checked again and this is what is shows: You pre-ordered on 2/25/2020 Your current dynamic price is $7.99 So perhaps the dynamic price is there for those of us who have the 1st edition.
    Posted to General by Rick Carmickle on Fri, Feb 28 2020
  • Re: NET Bible notes, 2nd ed

    For $15, this is an easy purchase. I have two copies of the 2nd edition, one hard back and the other leather. But the print is small for my eyes.With Logos on my iPad, I can read it well. And it sounds like the changes in the 2nd edition are an improvement worth paying for again.
    Posted to General by Rick Carmickle on Thu, Feb 27 2020
  • Re: Systematic Theology recommendations?

    I study under both Gordon Lewis and Bruce Demerest. I agree that this is a great way to experience and think about theological questions.
    Posted to General by Rick Carmickle on Mon, Nov 4 2019
  • Re: font size on iPad

    I have an iPad with the latest iOS update and Logos App. The View Settings tab is the same with the ability to change the font. I don't see anything new in this regard either.
    Posted to Logos 8 Mobile App by Rick Carmickle on Thu, Oct 24 2019
  • Re: Anchor Bible Dictionary

    A great resource. But it has an extended article on the History of the Rechabites while missing an article on Reconciliation. Still, it’s great.
    Posted to General by Rick Carmickle on Fri, Oct 18 2019
  • Re: Please stop pushing NT Wright

    I happen to like much of what NT Wright has written, although I am still exploring certain nuances of his theology. However, I think the original post is simply pointing out that Wright gets a lot of publicity on Logos. And I think it is unnecessary to pummel him as a rule breaker and report him to the authorities. Let the post live or die on its own
    Posted to General by Rick Carmickle on Sun, Sep 8 2019
  • Re: Has Letter to Romans been studied at secular law schools?

    Absolutely not. I too am an attorney and graduate of a secular law school and 30 years in practice. But my point is that there is a lot of "knowledge" and "quotes" that are attributed to the distant past which have no basis in fact. Then they show up as quotes in preaching commentaries and sermons. As my favorite lawyer, Abraham Lincoln, once said,
    Posted to General by Rick Carmickle on Mon, Aug 19 2019
  • Re: License Transfer - Logos 8

    A pretty aggressive rebuke to a new user.
    Posted to General by Rick Carmickle on Thu, Aug 15 2019
  • Re: License Transfer - Logos 8

    A pretty aggressive rebuke to a new user.
    Posted to General by Rick Carmickle on Thu, Aug 15 2019
  • Re: Free for EEC owners...

    In light of the fact that I paid a lot of money for a set that was scheduled to be substantially completed now, but that is delayed 10-15 more years, this is some consolation.
    Posted to General by Rick Carmickle on Wed, Jul 17 2019
  • N.T. Wright - "The Kingdom New Testament: A Contemporary Translation"

    I would think that N.T. Wright's "The Kingdom New Testament: A Contemporary Translation" would be a good fit for Logos, but I don't see it either in development or discussed here. This would be an interesting translation to run parallel to other translations. Of course, the translation consistently reflect Wright's understanding and emphasis on key
    Posted to General by Rick Carmickle on Fri, Jul 12 2019
  • Re: Horton vs Bird

    Dr. Culver‘s Systematic Theology is wonderful. It should have been published in three volumes. The print edition has very small font. But at $24 on Logos now, it is an extraordinary value. The 1200 pages is more like 2000 pages in most published books.
    Posted to General by Rick Carmickle on Thu, May 30 2019
  • Re: Bait and Switch

    It is actually a crime in the state of Washington to commit the offense of “bait and switch.” Perhaps we should be slow to make such unfounded accusations. See RCW 19.230.340
    Posted to General by Rick Carmickle on Sun, Apr 28 2019
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