Tell Us How You Use Logos!

We're ListeningAre you a regular Logos user? We need your help!

We’d love to get a little feedback on how you use the software. Are there particular questions you use Logos to answer? Are there features you return to over and over again?

So, whether you’re a:

  • Pastor
  • Professor
  • Student
  • Writer
  • Chaplain
  • Missionary
  • Church planter
  • Homeschooling parent
  • Or someone who’s just serious about Bible study

. . . we want to hear from you!

Here are some of the things we’d like to know:

  1. Does Logos help you fill a specific role? (e.g., pastor, student, professor, etc.)
  2. What tasks do you count on Logos to help you with in your study?
  3. Do you have a favorite feature?
  4. Do you have particular feedback you’d like to pass along?

Leave us a comment here, or get involved in the forum discussion. We’re listening!

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2 Responses to “Tell Us How You Use Logos!”

  1. Jim Arthur May 29, 2014 at 7:56 pm #

    As a user going back to v1, I have used Logos for almost all types of research and that is what I love about it. Whether I am investigating words in Greek, Hebrew or English, studying verses, chapters or books, reading up on a topic, or trying to understand a doctrine better, I know the tools are present. From studies that start with a word or a thought, I can pursue my chase and know that at the end of the day, I will have an answer. The ability to add new books based upon the current study being undertaken helps to widen my search and gives me new abilities. On off days, I can do my devotions or just read the Bible or a book (via Vyrso), or have a study Bible to carry around in the form of FaithLife. What a combination!

  2. Raphael Balser June 5, 2014 at 2:54 pm #

    God called me to teach 35+ years ago, I argued with Him for 2 years (James 3: 1)before I finally gave in. My teacher has been the Holy Spirit (1 Cor 2: 9-10) and those books, tapes and authors He has led me to, which saved me, possibly, many years of study on my own. It takes a long time (usually) to express properly (me anyway, I don’t write books)a truth from the Scripture. I finally determined that the HERMENEUTIC that I was using was: Historical/Grammatical. I started studies on the computer with Libronics quite a few years ago and finally switched to Logos 3, now Logos 5. I have many books in my library that I have little use for as I primarily use histories and dictionaries/lexicons. Having them on my screen, usually 4 with many others on the menu bar, makes it easy for me to write what I have learned into lessons with verses and quotes for emphasis. I would like to see a combination of histories and dictionaries/lexicons in a package w/o many commentaries and/or general reading. This is an excellent study program. I’ve been satisfied with it for many years. Keep up the GREAT work. Bless you all.

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