David S. Daniels
- I have the earlier incarnation of these resources. Are you making entirely new videos, or are you using the originals and adding new videos to reference new tools since Logos 4?
- Hello David, For Learn to Use Biblical Greek and Hebrew with Logos 6 we have recorded completely new video content and have integrated the courses seamlessly into the Logos Library. Additionally, the course transcripts are fully tagged, allowing you to cross-reference different resources in your library.
- I had commented on this before and inadvertently deleted it. Logos is a powerful tool, and an electronic library. While evangelical Christians cannot espouse the theology of the Watchtower organization (Jehovah's Witnesses), there is value in knowing what they believe. As for it being available through Logos, how is this any different from an evangelical seminary library which houses aberrant theological texts alongside genuine Christian theology? Further, where is the groundswell against Logos offering Roman Catholic theology - a works-based righteousness? Or for that matter, what about the texts of Judaism? And then we have all those Greek philosophical texts. There is a huge body of literature here that contradicts Biblical teaching. In my view, we ought to have these texts available, but Logos might consider making a distinction between the literature that falls within the bounds of genuine Christian teaching and that of liberalism, cults and false religions. There are many who purchase resources here who do not necessarily understand the implications.
- I agree with everything you have said here. Even though it was written two years ago (so I hope you will see my reply praising your words), your words are very poignant and well articulated on all points. Could not agree with you more. My very first gut reaction was, whoa, I don't know if I want this heresy in my library. But after a few minutes I began to think more rationally, and my thoughts then aligned very well with what you have articulated here. Nice work. God bless.
- Thanks, Myke. Have you upgraded to Logos 7? It looks good, but I don't want to purchase anymore books (4000+ already), so I hope to get just the upgraded software/datasets.
- Every biblical exegete should desire to know the context in which Jesus and the Apostles lived. We need this resource! Please, let's have a groundswell of interest to get the work into production and available for use.