Lexham Theological Wordbook: A Unique Resource Built for Logos 6

lexham-theological-wordbookLexham Press built a number of original resources specifically for Logos 6. We’ve made the Lexham Bible Dictionary bigger and better than ever, and DIY Bible Study helps you step into the story of the Bible.

But one of the most exciting new resources we’ve built is the Lexham Theological Wordbook. This resource is designed to make the original biblical languages accessible to people from all interest levels. Plus, it’s designed to work seamlessly with your Logos Bible Software library.

A new spin on a lexicon

For any serious student of Hebrew and Greek, there are a number of lexical resources that are required for study—resources like the Hebrew–Aramaic Lexicon of the Old Testament (HALOT) and the Greek English Lexicon of the New Testament and Early Christian Literature (BDAG). These resources are geared toward intense academic work, which can make them less accessible to students and virtually inaccessible to anyone without formal training.

That’s where the Lexham Theological Wordbook aims to fill the gap. We’ve designed this wordbook to be useful for students who are learning the biblical languages, as well as accessible to a general audience who might be interested in understanding the Bible in its original context. The wordbook accomplishes this by organizing entries by concepts rather than Greek or Hebrew lemmas.

For example, the entry on “truth” begins with a brief summary of the concept and its theological applications:

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Once you’ve seen the overview of the concept, the lexical information is listed to give you an understanding of how individual words or phrases affect the meaning of the overall concept. Each lemma is glossed and defined, and example scriptural uses are provided:

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And since this resource was designed with Logos 6 in mind, all the concepts are linked to the Bible Word Study tool, the Sense Section, and other relevant Logos tools.

An amazing tool for original-language study

Whether you’re a student, a pastor, or just interested in the Bible in its original context, the Lexham Theological Wordbook is an invaluable resource:

The Lexham Theological Wordbook is an excellent tool. It is easy to use, provides precisely the lexical information one is looking for, and is completely reliable. No student or scholar of Scripture should work without it. Highly recommended!

—Craig A. Evans, Payzant Distinguished Professor of New Testament, Acadia Divinity College

The Lexham Theological Wordbook uniquely blends together the benefits of lexicons and theological dictionaries while simultaneously showing how the meaning of Greek and Hebrew words informs biblical theology.

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Comments

  1. Thomas Ehlert says:

    Please don’nt call Lexham Theological Wordbook a lexicon! There are only a few words discussed. So it is not really helpful for working with hebrew.
    If you have a coverage of biblical hebrew words more than 75% you can start considering to call it a lexicon.

  2. Jesus Sotolongo says:

    I love my Logos 6.

  3. Mark Diane Engle Henzler says:

    This is awesome. It's limitation is the list of terms. The very first one I went to search (create) isn't there. I hope this is a dynamic book that will keep on growing!