To suggest that the quality of the Christian life is directly proportional to the time spent reading and studying the Bible is no overstatement. One significant way that God has chosen to reveal Himself is within the Christian Scriptures and through study we gain a better understanding of God and the world around us.
Bible study is important to you, and it is Logos Bible Software’s intent to provide you with the best Bible study tools imaginable. Here are a handful of ways that Logos is doing just that:
In November 2009, Logos released Logos 4, a huge step forward in Bible study software. Logos 4 provides the tools for a learning environment that caters to your needs. Whether you are new to Bible study, or are working on a doctrinal thesis in biblical studies, Logos 4 has what you need.
You might want to study the Bible’s original Hebrew, Aramaic, and Greek, or gain a greater understanding of eastern geography, or need help understanding biblical genealogies. Logos 4 can help!
Logos 4 doesn’t bury you in a sea of text, there are tons of high-resolution infographics available to help you visualize the truths that you are learning. When you couple these infographics with Passage Analysis (another example), you can see that Logos 4 helps both the analytical and creative thinker get the most out of their study.
With a Logos 4 base package, you can begin your studies with some of the best resources imaginable. But that’s not all, you get these resources at truly crazy prices. Scholar’s Library: Platinum includes nearly 1,250 resources at 90% off of the equivalent print editions!
For the longest time, the strength of a bound Bible was in its portability. Desktop computers introduced the ability to search and study the Bible with ease and speed, but they required Bible study to be done in the same location every day. Laptops increased the portability of Bible study software (in fact, Logos 4 syncs between multiple machines enabling you to work on your desktop PC or Mac and pick up right where you left off on your laptop whether at work or your favorite coffee shop).
But what if you could have the Scriptures and thousands of books right in your pocket? What if all of that lost time spent standing in lines, sitting in lobbies, waiting for appointments could be spent catching up on your daily reading plan or doing some of that research you wanted to get finished? What if some of that wasted time in the day could be redeemed? I mean really redeemed with the Word of God? What if you had one of those moments where someone could really benefit from what you were just reading this morning, and you would like to show it to them—right then and there? This is the beauty of Logos 4 combined with the portability of your *iPhone, iPad, or even your iPod Touch! You can take your research library anywhere.
You would be hard-pressed to find a free Bible app that can do as much as the Logos app does. Even without Logos 4, the app gives you immediate access to many resources and Bibles (including the ESV and New Living Translation). Simply sign up for a free account, and you get more than thirty extra resources including Spurgeon’s Morning and Evening and Easton’s Bible Dictionary (over $30.00 in free resources in those two books alone).
It’s when you add a base package into the mix, the app really blossoms. With a majority of your library available anywhere you have internet access and lots of great features, this is Bible study on the go.
* Android users, we are currently beta testing the Android app!
Logos is looking to improve Bible study by giving you one license with many options to access your content. Biblia.com is another tool to that end.
With Biblia.com you can do online Bible study anywhere! It’s just that easy. Just like with the Logos app, Biblia.com will give you instant (free) access to a good number of Bibles. Sign up with a Logos.com account and add about 30 free Bible study books to that number. Already a user of Logos 4 or the iPhone app? Simply sign in with the same account.
When you sign in with your Logos 4 account, your resources are pulled down from the cloud for you. Read your Bible side-by-side with your favorite commentary or any of your other resources. With shared licenses between Logos 4 for Mac, Windows, iPhone, iPad, Mobile Web, and Biblia.com, your content is available wherever you are.
What if you could have someone stop by your house six times a year whose sole aim was to help you get more out of your Bible study? This person would provide you with deep insight, inspiring testimonies about the value of biblical study, suggested resources, and stories about how the world is being changed by those who place a high value on the study of the Word.
With Bible Study Magazine, this is almost precisely what you get—an inspirational tutor delivered right to your mailbox. The number of magazines dedicated to Christian themes is staggering, but Bible Study Magazine is the only magazine dedicated entirely to studying the Scriptures.
If you are on the fence, why don’t you check out this issue for free. We think you’ll agree, there is something special about Bible Study Magazine.
Logos.com is an amazing tool, providing valuable links to:
At Logos.com you can start with a base package, and then build the perfect resource library by adding the resources you want. Take advantage of our Pre-Publication specials, or try setting your own costs with Community Pricing.
Make the most with Logos 4 with help from the support page which includes videos, articles, training, and many other tools.
It has been nearly 20 years since Logos Bible Software was started with two programmers in a basement determined to create a tool to help people study the Bible. Times have changed, and those two programmers has grown into a company of over 200 people offering nearly 14,000 resources for Bible study. The times may have changed but the objective hasn’t. That goal is summed up in the Logos Bible Software mission:
To help more people do more and better Bible study.
We want to thank all of you who have joined us on this journey, and we look forward to supplying Bible study tools to those who will join us in the future. Leave us a comment and let us know how Logos has changed the way you do Bible study.