- Why was the gospel of John Removed?
Bradford — EditedFound the answer: https://community.logos.com/forums/p/153088/932577.aspx Due to plagiarism issues, Baker has taken the volume out of print and asked us to remove it from the site.
- "Faithlife" is continuously losing sales on the update to this book. Liberty University requires the 4th edition so this outdated book, by 2 versions, should be updated for students. I can only give 3 stars because this book is outdated by more than 20 years.
- Why oh why must everything you sell be in a collection. I wanted one book not every book he ever written. So tired of this, back to Kindle I go. Covenant Theology: A Reformed Baptist Primer is nothing new however he brings up an interesting covenant not talked about much, the "priestly covenant." It is cheap on Amazon if you just want to read the book and not purchase the whole collection of books that are completely irrelevant to that subject.
- This looks like a remash of Doug Moo's work from both Romans and New Testament Theology. Those two shared the same videos for many of the segments but renamed the title and charged a big price tag since there is no dynamic pricing for video segments in training. Is this the same thing? Is this a third video made from combining the other two videos but changed the titles around and put a new price tag on it? He is wearing the same clothes. As for the Reformation debate, he states that he is wishy-washy and claims to be on the fence for most subjects. He was anti New perspective in Romans commentary but as he stated in both his trainings, which was the same video for both but re-titled, that after writing his Galatians commentary he is starting to see the New Perspective more of a possibility. <---- not an exact quote but the basic idea.
- Sorry for the delay. I wasn't made aware of this question until just now. NT276 Pauline Theology is a completely original course. Dr. Moo recorded all the segments for it separately than his other course. There is some natural crossover with the topics covered in it and his New Testament Theology course, but the content is original.
- why is every training available for purchase with an academic discount but this one? I am a student that is interested in purchasing this training however you never offer the academic price on just this one course. Is the book of Exodus not considered material a Bible Student need to be concerned with?
- Best deal I have seen so far on Logos. I own several base packages and I was considering upgrading or adding other denominational base package until I saw this collection for such a great discount. I enjoy having a treasure vault of 100's of different theologians across a different spectrum of ideology to research for my papers. And there is a greater amount in the collection here then you can find in any base package at the same price at this Christmas discount. If your looking for variety in thought, then this is a good choice.
- After further review, and watching and subscribing on and off again for several months, it appears this is where training comes to die. When no one wants to buy it anymore, or after they have included the training with your already purchased base packages they place them here before retiring them. The other training are the more basic and simplified training and sit here taking up training slots for long periods of time serving as fillers to make the value seem better. On a good note, since Genesis theology supports the science over long periods of time rather then creationism, I am glad to see that it is here as that may mean it too is retiring. On a plus side, you can purchase those retiring training at 50% since no one else wants them at full price or they already came in our base packages anyways.
- I hope you don't take this personally, but I think I understand you to say that you don't believe in creationism. I apologize if that is not what you are saying, but if you don't believe in creationism, I feel led to tell you the following. So are you saying the course on Genesis does not support creationism, and that is why you are glad it is retiring? Since I believe the wisdom of man is foolishness to God and from my research I do believe what the bible says, and therefore do not believe the theory of science indicating that long periods of time occurs over the 6 actual days that the bible says, then I don't want waste my time listening to that particular theory. Truthfully, I believe why some people want to accept the science theory, is so they can pick and choose what to believe in the bible. The bible has been around for centuries, and God has been so graceful to give us His Word to live by. He did not want us to have to depend upon man for His Word, so He gave it as a gift. You can chose to believe it or not. Couple of verses to consider. 2 Timothy 3:16, and Proverbs 14:12. Pray to God to have your eyes opened if you don't believe certain things in the bible and God will open your eyes. http://www.icr.org/article/meaning-day-genesis/The Meaning of "Day" in Genesis | The Institute for Creation ResearchThe length of the "days" of creation in Genesis has involved a major controversy in Biblical interpretation among evangelicals for over 150 years. Many have sought to redefine the term in light of the naturalistic presuppositions of modern scientism. Therefore, let us attempt, honestly, to examine t…www.icr.org
- sorry for poor grammar. should have said gracious instead of graceful.
- I believe that you might have read my statement out of context. I stated, "this is where training comes to die," and " they place them here before retiring them." Even more boldly I made this claim, "since Genesis Theology supports the science over long periods of time rather than creationism, I am glad to see that it is here as that may mean it too is retiring." If you read it in its context you will find that I believe in Creationism, I am glad that the training was moved to the subscription service as it could mean that they were retiring/terminating/doing away with a training that goes against creationism. It has been removed from the subscription service but the training is still for sale. Sadly there is no creationist version available for Genesis, yet. https://www.logos.com/product/52284/mobile-ed-genesis-bundleMobile Ed: Genesis Bundle (2 courses)Learn what the first book of the Bible says in its own words and original context, and discover how it shapes discipleship today. This two-course bundle will not only enrich your understanding of Genesis’ theology, it will also improve your exegetical skills. Those looking for a deeper textual and theological knowledge of Genesis will welcome this bundle.www.logos.com
- This reminds me of going to buy a car. I want to browse, but there is no price on the windshield forcing me to go out of my way to get the advice of a salesmen I did not want in the first place. Oh now wait, a car dealership at least has the decency to let you see what cars are for sale first.
- Be aware that this is the 1st edition copy 1992. Their is a 2nd edition copy available on Logos. https://www.logos.com/product/45896/dictionary-of-jesus-and-the-gospels-2nd-ed If you are happy with the sale, which is nice at 50% right now for March Madness, enjoy your sale. I just want you to be forewarned this is not the updated edition that is available right now.