Today’s post is from Morris Proctor, certified and authorized trainer for Logos Bible Software. Morris, who has trained thousands of Logos users at his two-day Camp Logos seminars, provides many training materials.
We recently made a small change that resulted in a big impact for Greek word study: we changed the classification of Synonyms of the New Testament from monograph to lexicon. Maybe some of you are tempted to ask, “So what?”
I’ll walk you through a practical example that’s now possible because of the switch.
- Open the Logos library.
- Select Prioritize (A).
- Type this in Find box: author:trench (B).
- Notice this resource in the list: Synonyms of the New Testament (C) (currently present in Logos 5 Silver and above).
- Drag it to the Prefer these resources list on the right (D), making sure it’s one of the top five Greek dictionaries in the list.
- Close the Logos library.
- Open an English Bible containing the reverse interlinear feature, such as the ESV, LEB, or NASB.