Thursday, September 3, 2009

A Present for the Feast of St. Gregory

Logos has released some updates for Early Church Fathers volumes. Specifically, the volumes containing works of St. Augustine, St. John Chrysostom, St. Ambrose and St. John Damascene now have new data types. These were done in conjunction with the Summa Theologica (which has now shipped) in order to link up thousands of St. Thomas's patristic references. Even if you haven't purchased the Summa, the new data types should be big help for navigation within the massive set.

If you already own the Early Church Fathers set (either edition), you can get the free update by running Libronix Update. If you don't own it, you can get the Protestant Edition here or the Catholic Edition (same as the Protestant edition, but minus the often polemically anti-Catholic 19th century introductions) here.

Update: I should also note that Augusine's Tractates on the Gospel of John and Tractates on the First Epistle of John and Chrysostom's Homilies and his Commentary on Galatians have been made into commentary resources, meaning that they can now be referenced by the scripture verses they comment on, scrolled along with your Bible, show up in the commentary hits that come up in the Passage Guide, etc.

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