Concordia Electronic Theological Library Has Been Updated
I have good news for all existing owners of the most comprehensive collection of Lutheran theological resources in digital format: the Concordia Electronic Theological Library. All the files have been updated to be fully compatible with the latest version of the Libronix edition software that runs it. So, it can now take advantage of all the latest and greatest features of the LOGOS DLS system.
NOTE: You must own the CETL file in order to update them. May sound
like something obvious, but you would be surprised at the questions I
So, here are instructions on updating, but kindly do note that I can
not, nor can CPH, provide technical support. If you need more help
please be in directly contact with Logos:
Email Support: firstname.lastname@example.org
There is a very good Logos blog post (from last Wednesday) about
updating resources here:
Basically – it winds up being a link that I have added to My
Favorites. It runs a similar script to Logos update (the one you
access from Tools->Libronix Update) but instead of updating the
Libronix "engine" and key resources, it looks for any updated files
on the Logos ftp site and downloads them. I tend to run it once a
week rather than once a month (as the blog post recommends for a
If you have never run this, you may find that there are a huge number
of resources to update. If you have a fast connection – no problem.
If a slow connection, you may want to do it in chunks.