Today’s post is from Morris Proctor, certified and authorized trainer for Logos Bible Software. Morris has trained thousands of Logos users at his two-day Camp Logos seminars and provides many training materials.
Over the past few months several Logos users have emailed asking if it’s possible to search for questions in the Bible. In other words, can we search for punctuation marks? Currently we cannot. If, however, you want to see a list of questions in the Bible, the heavy lifting has been already done for you with the book All the Questions in the Bible(which is contained in most Logos base collections). The compiler of the resource lists all of the questions in the King James Version book by book.
- Open the Library.
- Type in the Library’s Find box author:hancock.
- Click the book All the Questions in the Bible to open it.
- Choose the resource’s panel menu and select Show table of contents.
- Click a book of the Bible in the contents pane to jump to that location in the resource and to see a list all the questions in that specific book!
As you can see, All the Questions in the Bible, is really a lot of verse lists based on the KJV that have been compiled into one resource!
If you want, you can use this book to make your own Passage Lists based on any version of the Bible you like:
- Choose File | Passage List.
- Name the list something like Questions in James.
- Open All the Questions in the Bible to the section All the Questions in James.
- Select all of the text in the James section in the resource.
- Choose the Add drop down list on the Passage List.
- Select Add Passages from selected text.
- Select the Bible(s) in the Passage List from which you wish to display the verses.
All the verses from resource are now in your own customized Passage List! Of course repeat these steps for additional books of the Bible.
What is the most difficult question in the Bible? Leave a comment and let us know!