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Mastering Your Library Series: Bibles & Grammar Resources, Part 5/5


 
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Mastering Your Library Series: Bibles & Grammar Resources, Part 5/5
Time: 100 Minutes (1 Hour, 40 Minutes WOW!)

Bonus: Supplemental Guide ready for Personal Book Conversion

TOPICS COVERED
1. Understanding Bible Translations
2. Types of Bibles in Logos
3. Tools for Seeing Translation Differences
4. Types of Grammar Books
5. Other Languages
6. Journals/Essays
7. Exegetical Guide and Grammar Resources
8. Searching Grammar Books

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Mastering Your Library: Bibles and Grammar March 23, 2014
Reviewer: Willie Dominguez from Dallas, TX United States  
Very helpful to help me determine what to include in my library

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Indispensable! October 22, 2013
Reviewer: David Medina from San Juan, San Juan Puerto Rico  
Indispensable to get the most of your Logos library.

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Mastering Your Library Series: Bibles and Grammars November 18, 2012
Reviewer: ocarlosl@earthlink.net from Corpus Christi, TX United States  
This webinar gives an excellent background detailing which Bible versions are more formal translations of the original languages and which are more of a thought for thought translation—and why both types are valuable. It explains the difference between Interlinear and Reverse Interlinear Bibles.  The Webinar gives us a clear understanding of how to use Logos’Passage Analysis and the Text Comparison. The Passage Analysis graphically displaying: how a Bible verse differs in various translations.  It utilizes five tools: Cluster Graph, Compare Pericopes, Word Tree, the Morph River and the Version River.
The Text Comparison gives the Bible student a direct side-by-side comparison of a verse  displayed in your favorite Bible versions.   These tools alone (the Passage Analysis and the Text Comparison) make this webinar a must have because they will make it easier to ensure that you are exegeting rather isogeting the text. I recommend you purchase this webinar.

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5 for 5 of 5 (5 Stars for # 5 in a Series of 5) November 17, 2012
Reviewer: Donald Randolph from Scottsdale, AZ United States  
Regardless of your version of Logos, this series (and, in particular, this Webinar) is essential for your library.  I have been using Logos for 10 years and this lesson gave me insight that improved what I thought was already the best setup.  How John is able to find improved ways to organize a library and save hours of time accessing the books is beyond me, but he does it.  Get this video and while you are at it, consider getting the set.  You will be impressed by the amount you will learn for less than the cost of dinner at a moderately priced restaurant.

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“Excellence with Affardability” again. November 10, 2012
Reviewer: Joseph from MI  
The webinar “Bibles & Grammar Books: Mastering your Library Series” hosted by renowned Professor John Fallahaee of LearnLogos.com, is a must for anybody who is serious in conducting Biblical Studies. Exploring various topics such as Bible Translations and their classification, Textual Criticism, Grammar Books for Biblical Hebrew & Greek and their categories, Biblical-Language Journals, and more information, the webinar is a true enlightenment, and a fountain of information, for someone interested in working with the Bible Text and not depending on the Commentaries. The webinar also covers “search techniques” that revolutionizes the way Bible Study is conducted by focusing on the area of examining predefined collections, thus the user can easily access the gold nuggets of research and academia. Professor Fallahee honored the life-principle of LearnLogos.com “Excellence with Affardability” again.

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