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#1 SimonS



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Posted 24 March 2013 - 01:34 PM



I've been using Logos for a number of years (hush! hope no one notices!). I've recently switched to Accordance and must say my study has massively increased as has my Bible knowledge. Thanks Accordance!


I've hit a slight snag. In Logos I can take one of my resources and create a plan that will chop it up into however many readings I want. This has been useful in getting me to read my resources as I'm reminded each day to read and the section is laid out before me. Another reason I find this useful is that if I need to read several books before a certain date I can create a reading plan and know I'll have them read by then. I should add that I also use an ipad and synchronising the reading plans across has bee extremely useful.


Is there any way to do this in accordance?

#2 Bob Kuo

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Posted 24 March 2013 - 02:36 PM

I'm not aware of any way to do this, but this would be a great feature.  I've used a third-party tool to generate custom Bible reading plans and some other websites may have plans for other works, but I'd still like to have it integrated in Accordance.

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Posted 25 March 2013 - 01:41 PM

I can confirm there is presently no way to do this in Accordance. Sorry.


I DO want to say how pleased we are that using Accordance has increased your knowledge of the Bible and its related resources. I was originally drawn to Accordance because it worked like I taught my students to exegete: placing the Bible text first and then branching out to use the resources to understand it better. I believe the Bible has a higher level of authority/inspiration than books written about it—especially the so-called "popular books" that mirror our own culture so closely. Having Accordance place the Bible front and center every time I open it is an ongoing reminder of that principle.


Welcome to Accordance—and thanks for the encouragement!

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