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High Definition Commentary: Romans Slide Pack

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All the graphics you love from the High Definition Commentary: Romans are ready to use in your next presentation. The commentary gave you an incredible visual display of the book of Romans. But if you purchased the print version, then those wonderful infographics are stuck on paper. They were meant to be shared!

This slide pack gives you well over 100 slides covering the entire book of Romans. It includes PowerPoint presentations as well as individual JPEG images, and they all come in both 4x3 and 16x9 aspect ratios. So you’ll be covered, no matter how you plan to present.

All of these slides are included and exportable in the Logos edition of the High Definition Commentary: Romans. This resource is intended to compliment the print edition of the High Definition Commentary on Romans.

  • Title: High Definition Commentary: Romans Slide Pack
  • Language: English
  • Resources: 1
  • Format: Digital › Courseware
  • Metadata Last Updated: 2019-03-21T20:33:18Z

About Steven Runge

Steve Runge has a Master of Theological Studies degree in Biblical Languages from Trinity Western Seminary in Langley, B.C., Canada, a BA in Speech Communication from Western Washington University, and a Doctor of Literature degree in Biblical Languages from the University of Stellenbosch in South Africa, which was supervised by Christo Van der Merwe. In preparation for his doctoral research, Steve completed several years of study in the linguistic fields of pragmatics and discourse grammar. He has served as an adjunct faculty member at Northwest Baptist Theological College, Trinity Western University, and Associated Canadian Theological Schools (ACTS) while completing his education. He is also very active in the church. He and his wife were married in 1990. They have two daughters, and live in Bellingham, Washington. Steve presently serves as a Scholar-in-Residence at Logos Bible Software, and where, along with Discourse Grammar of the Greek New Testament: A Practical Introduction for Teaching and Exegesis, he has developed the Lexham Discourse Greek New Testament and the Lexham High Definition New Testament.

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  1. Myke Harbuck

    Myke Harbuck


    The idea of having these as a separate PowerPoint file is a good idea, but you guys have really missed the mark on usability here. The PowerPoints are nothing more than JPEG images placed in slides. If one wants JPEG's they can simply copy the slides out of the commentary without investing $25 more. If you go back and read the forums, the people who really wanted these slides most often wanted them so they could EDIT them and make their own slides out of them. For instance since, what if someone had a slightly different angle or perspective on a verse that's related to a particular slide? (Like Romans 11:1 - the JPED has a big fat "REJECTED?" on top. What it I wanted to have the slide WITHOUT that first, and then animate the "REJECTED?" stamping? If it were a TRUE PowerPoint I can do that. As it is, there's no way to make any changes to the slides because they are JPEG's. This renders the file somewhat useless. This makes NO sense. Obviously, you had to of had the slides in a true PP format to make the JPEGs. Why not just place the raw .ppptx file out there!? Ugh! If you guys decide to develop any these in the future I sure hope that you'll develop TRUE PowerPoint files and not JPEG's that are simply inserts on top of the PowerPoint slides. It's a little deceptive to call them "PowerPoint slides" when they're nothing more than pictures superimposed onto the top of the slide. I know that Philippians is in production now. I sure hope that you guys get it right with Philippians and don't bombe that one too.
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  3. Daniel Martinez

    Daniel Martinez


    Absolutely wonderful images :D