• Though I am moved by Dr. Keener's humility, and regard him as an awesome teacher, I was a bit dissapointed with this course. As with Keener's other works, I was expecting some meat on this bone. I found it to be a very general introduction at best rather than an indepth look. I was also frustrated by his frequent default to a more preterist interpretation rather than historical or futuristic. Being a general intro of sorts, I wish he had at least, if only briefly, exposed us to the historical/futuristic views. Overall, love Keener and have a deep respect for him. Appreciate his devotion and committment to the Lord. Would I buy again knowing what I know now? Probably not:( Would I recommend to others? Suppose it would, but would also direct them to a few others resources to round off their exposure....
    1. Would really like to peek into this book please.... Wrong sample pages are attached:(
      1. Thanks for letting us know. We will look into it.
    2. Hmmm, something seems a bit fishy here. You can purchase the entire set for $599. OR, you can get them during the March Madness for 30% off... Only problem, when you add them ALL to your cart, you find that the 30% off translates to a total sum of $508, only a true savings of 15%, NOT 30%. I'm feeling a bit hood winked here. I suppose this is why they are ONLY offering the individual books and not the entire set at 30% off. Just seems a bit dishonest to me, but that's just my two cents worth:( Don't suppose I'll be getting after all...
      1. Grab them right now, no questions asked and the set is 50% off!!!
    3. Hmmm, something seems a bit fishy here. You can purchase the entire set for $599. OR, you can get them during the March Madness for 30% off... Only problem, when you add them ALL to your cart, you find that the 30% off translates to a total sum of $553.61, only a true savings of 8%. I'm feeling a bit hood winked here. I suppose this is why the are ONLY offering the individual books and not the entire set at 30% off. Just seems a bit dishonest to me, but that's just my two cents worth:( Don't suppose I'll be getting after all...
      1. The Sabbath as a day of rest was handed down to us by God Himself at creation (Genesis 2:1-3), Jesus our example worshiped on the Sabbath (Acts 4:16; 1 John 2:6), and according to prophecy, this will be the day that all who are saved will worship (Isaiah 66:22-23). I can't find anywhere in the Word of God where it was changed. So please forgive me if I don't reject the Word of God in order to follow a tradition of man... As for me and my house, we shall follow the Lord in the manner as it has been laid out for us in His Word.
        1. This pamplete is NOT based upon sound biblical exegesis or study, but rather a preconceived opinion to justify one's unscriptural practices.  For those who have logos, simple do a quick search of Sabbath and Sunday.  Let the Word of God speak for itself.  If Sabbath has indeed been changed to Sunday, then surely you can provide me and the world with biblical evidence, right?  "Here I stand, I can do no other.  Unless convinced by the Word of God, I can not, and will not, change:)"
      2. Last year at this time, the WBC set was in the $600 range. (I know because I sold mine for $300, half of logos' price at the time). Then they shot up to around $1200. Now, if I were interested, I'm suppose to feel good about the amazing low price of $856? :(
        1. I think it is because more volumes were added?
        2. The version I owned had 59 volumes.  The new version has 61.  Not sure if 2 volumes justifies a $600+ jump in price???
      3. I found the WordSearch Bible software (Preacher's Outline and Sermon Bible NT) on eBay some time back for $25. If you are patient, and keep your eyes open, you will find it MUCH cheaper. I'm not saying that it isn't worth every penny that logos is selling it for, I'm only saying that for someone who doesn't make the money that is required to fully buy into all of logos' resources, we have to find other wells of blessings that we can afford:)
        1. I have no windows based systems to use it own, but I would be willing to help in production so others can benefit from the Logos Bible Software:) Not sure why it isn't free, but for my brothers/sisters who are being "abandoned" and "held hostage" by "Big Brother," I'll lend a FREE helping hand...
          1. Sorry for hijacking your review, but for anyone seeing this, I just received a status update (12/8/15) from Logos on this. "At this time we do not have nearly enough people committed to this prepub project to start work on it." To be honest, I think there's interest - but this is kind of hidden. If you can send a link to this page to any of your Windows Phone / tablet using friends, that would help.
        2. I have desired to purchase the ICC for so long, but simply can not bring myself to pay so much for something that is in public domain. I understand the startup and production costs mentality, but when does the burden to get these resources into the hands of those who need them, but can't afford them, ever come into play? Is there ever a time that Logos costs are covered so these public domain resources can be made available at a reasonable price? Just wondering . . .
          1. I own the hard copy of this devotional work and can personally attest that it has been one of the best devotional reads I've ever had. Very clear and hard to put down. Thanks Logos for making this work available to us.
            1. I share your concern, Chris.I specifically had this re-tagged as a devotional and not a study Bible or any kind of translation or even a paraphrase. It is one person's commentary.
            2. Martin, Thank you for your patient responses. My responses may seem strong but I assure you that if we were face to face, my voice inflections would sound calm and sincere. I do not have facebook and really try to avoid having discussions through electronic media. Blessings, What matters is that we are brothers in Christ.
            3. One must be very aware that the Clear Word is used by many as a Bible often in the Adventist pulpit, with sad intent to accommodate many false ideas of Ellen G White who is held as a prophetess. I also love the SDA Church having been a Publishing Director and an elder. I have and continue to stand against this publication.