Talk to Us: Take the Logos Talk Survey

Update: the survey is currently closed because we received the number of responses we were seeking. But your feedback still matters to us. Please use the comment section to tell us any of the following:

  • What you like about the blog
  • What you’d like to see more of
  • What areas of biblical/theological stories you are most interested in

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My name is Matt, and I oversee the Logos Talk blog. I’ve designed a short survey to get a better feel for who you are and what you enjoy reading, and I’ll use the results to make this blog more relevant to you.

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  1. Mark Barnes says

    There’s no space to add additional comments to the survey. In addition to the existing content, I’d really like to see (a) posts that describe the new or improved features every time there’s a software release (8.1, 8.2 etc), and (b) a post describing any new features (or significant improvements) that are added for Connect subscribers. PS – Let’s hear more from Mark Ward!

    • Matthew Boffey says

      Thank you, Mark! Those are great suggestions, thank you for sharing. And I agree about Mark Ward; I always love his posts.

  2. I assume that the line “I am an avid Bible AND theology reader” means “OR theology reader”. Many will be one and not the other.

    • Matthew Boffey says

      True, good point, Francis. Yes, “or” could be substituted just fine. Thank you for taking the survey.

  3. Who closes a survey because they are getting a good response????

    • Matthew Boffey says

      Hi Doc, not why we closed it :). Though you’re right, we’re getting a great response. If you have feedback on what you like about the blog and what you’d like to see more of, please free to leave it here in the comments.

  4. J.T. Shortt says

    Mark Barnes said it very well.