Logos Sentence Diagrams
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- Does anyone has an English or Greek Kellogg diagram of John 3:7?
- Someone would know how to put the symbolism of bible works 10 diagramming to Logos Sentence Diagrams, in logos 8 the symbology is inbetween.
sentence diagrams on Ephesians 1:4
kindly anybody can help me i need sentence diagrams on Ephesians 1:4
- It makes better sense to see the entire sentence (verses 3-6 ESV): Ephesians 1:3–6(ESV) 3 Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, who has blessed us in Christ with every spiritual blessing in the heavenly places, 4 even as he chose us in him before the foundation of the world, that we should be holy and blameless before him. In love 5 he predestined us for adoption to himself as sons through Jesus Christ, according to the purpose of his will, 6 to the praise of his glorious grace, with which he has blessed us in the Beloved.
- Sorry, it ruined my formatting when I posted.
- Anyone know how to share a diagram out of logos?
- I'm just curious if any kind of update is in process to the Sentence Diagramming module? I've diagrammed all of Ephesians and 1 John. I'm beginning Luke. But some things just take more time than they ought. Some objects have two few anchor points. Some standard shapes don't exist. Has there been any movement here?
- Hi Lynn, the diagrams are in Greek.
- There is a Sentence Diagram add-on module in Logos where you can diagram any version including English. It does have some limitations which is why I agreed with Michael's suggestion of an update. I've been copying a chapter at a time into my word processor and doing the sentence diagramming in there. It is an extremely beneficial process that I have been teaching to others. It has been well-received. I would share one here but when I click on "Add Media" it says that kind of media is not supported and I tried both pdf and Pages formats. I could email it to anyone interested.
- Rita, thank you so much for sharing this. I agree that diagramming is extremely beneficial. I am beginning to teach Bible study methods again after some years, and still find this the most fruitful approach for me. If you wouldn't mind emailing me a sample I'd sure appreciate it: email@example.com Also, is there a way to easily print 'manuscript' pages (double-spaced) in English (a manuscript study is something Intervarsity Christian Fellowship has used on college campuses for decades and is also a good method). I have been combining diagramming and manuscript method but it is very time-consuming and I'm looking for ways to simplify it so that it is more accessible for others.
- Ok, so the way I learned sentence line diagramming is that when you combine two clauses, whether independent or subordinate using a conjunction (and, but, as, etc), you use a "chair" to connect verb to verb with the conjunction on the "seat" (see image). Logos has a shape that corresponds ("vertical continuation"), but here's the problem. It only has an anchor on one side. So, therefore, it doesn't "snap" to the sentence line that follows. This isn't a huge problem, unless I have to move that whole portion of the tree. Is there something I am missing in using the line diagramming tool or that shape in particular?
- I am appreciative of the diagrams Terry Cook has labored to share, but I haven't figured out how ot import in my LOGOS 6. I downloaded, unzipped, found the folder in my hard drive where sentence diagrams are supposed to be, and put them there. From inside LOGOS, I typed "Import Sentence Diagrams" in the Command line. It seems to acknowledge this command is valid, but nothing happens. What am I missing? Thanks!
- For Terry Cook's diagrams suggest copying shared documents: https://faithlife.com/logos-sentence-diagrams/documents FYI: Importing Sentence Diagrams uses a Libronix folder path so documents can be copied into Logos 4 or newer.
- How can I get this document? Thank you.
- When I click on a link to a sentence diagram in Documents all I get is a blank page. I am doing this from windows 10 in edge explorer surface pro 4. I do not see any sentence diagrams. Any ideas on what I am doing wrong or is there a general way I should be accessing the sentence diagrams. I am very excited to see the diagrams. Thanks I Think that I just figured it out. After clicking on "Get copy" to the right of the reference I looked in my documents in logos 7 and the diagrams were listed in the sentence diagram tab in the documents tab. This is a tremendous service. Thanks very much.
- Thanks very much, Keep Smiling 4 Jesus! I am now enjoying the sentence diagrams, more easily than I had hoped.
- I also cannot find the documents, could you please share to us again? thanks a lot
- Chris, I was able to open my Sentence Diagram documents by clicking on "Docs" at the top of my Logos 8 window and selecting the option "Yours" to the right of the search window. It then listed all of my document types. I then click on 'Sentence Diagrams' and it shows me all of my diagrams which I can open by clicking on them. If instead of clicking on 'Yours' above, 'Public' is selected, then I see everyone who shared theirs. If I try to open it I get a blank page. I can then select 'get copy' and it puts a copy into my documents. Then I go back and select 'yours' and it is in my list and able to be opened/viewed.
- Anyone have suggestions about where I can find sentence diagrams for the book of Revelation (based on the Greek text).
- Accordance and Bibleworks have sentence diagramming modules of the NT. Other than that, I'm not familiar with anything else within logos that would do this. I'd suggest checking out David Mathewson's new Baylor Handbook on the Greek Text. It's not sentence diagramming, but it is notes on the grammar, syntax and linguistic features. http://www.amazon.com/dp/1602586764/ref=wl_it_dp_o_pC_nS_ttl?_encoding=UTF8&colid=3HU7VR8L49ISO&coliid=I4YIG1TV20Q3O Also, this is soon to come out which might be of similar aid though not as detailed:A Syntax Guide for Readers of the Greek New TestamentA powerful, time-saving new study resource for readers of the Greek New TestamentOnly by immersing oneself consistently in the Greek New Testament can students, pastors, and other readers gain facility with the language. This invaluable guide from Charles Lee Irons streamlines and enhances the pr...www.amazon.com
- Logos does have the syntax analysis, which displays the grammatical role of each word. It can also be customized to display certain elements of the syntax. Check out the photo below.
- Thanks. I have found the syntax analysis in Logos difficult to use. It seems to take me twice as long to decipher as it would if it was just a simple sentence diagram. Thanks for sharing.
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