3 Reasons NIVAC Is So Popular—and Why Now Is the Time to Get It

There’s a contemporary commentary series on wish lists galore—the NIV Application Commentary (NIVAC). And because it got so far in Logos March Matchups, all 42 NIVAC volumes can be yours for 55% off—but only through March 31. [Read more…]

This Year’s Logos March Matchups Is a Win-Win—Start Voting Now!

During March, 64 collections and 32 Mobile Education courses will face off in an epic contest for your votes in Logos March Matchups. For each matchup, pick your favorite and rally your friends to vote your champions through. Check out all the matchups now and start voting! And don’t forget to vote on the Mobile Ed tab, too! [Read more…]

Learning Logos: How to Locate Family Trees with a Media Search

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A Logos user contacted me with this question:

I’m somewhat new to Logos 8, but I remember in previous versions I could get family trees for people in the Bible. How do I find them now? [Read more…]

Learning Logos: Develop a Word List Based on Lemma Count (Part 2)

logos 8 training blog postThis is the second part of a short blog series addressing this scenario presented to me by a fellow Logos user: [Read more…]

Learning Logos: Develop a Word List Based on Lemma Count (Part 1)

logos 8 training blog postA fellow Logos user recently emailed me with basically this scenario:

The Seminary Guide, released from Faithlife for 2020, has an article in it from Mark Ward in which he says Greek students should learn vocabulary words appearing more than 100 times in the New Testament (173 such words). Can I make this work in a Word List? If so, can the Hebrew be done the same way?

This is a great question for students of the original languages. The answer is: yes, it can be accomplished in Logos with the help of two features: Concordance and Word List. [Read more…]

A Simple Way to Study Biblical Greek—Whether or Not You Know Greek

By Steve Runge

Often when we’re studying [a book] of the Bible, we come to a place where the author digresses from the big idea to make a side comment. To understand the passage, we have to figure out how to distinguish the main point from the digressions. In some passages that’s fairly easy, but in others it can be frustratingly difficult. [Read more…]

Do You Preach or Deliver Homilies? 20 Questions for You.

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If you regularly or occasionally preach sermons or deliver homilies, can we get to know you better? Specifically, Logos would love to better understand your needs—so we can better meet your needs.  [Read more…]

Learning Logos: How to Quickly Open a Calendar Devotional

With the dawn of a new year usually comes renewed resolve to read the Bible more. Along with the Bible, most Christians enjoy reading a daily calendar devotional like My Utmost for His Highest. If you fall into that category, then perhaps you already know there are numerous ways in Logos to access devotionals. But in this blog, I’ll share with you my favorite and possibly fastest way to open one right to today’s reading! [Read more…]

Bulk up Your Library with the Last Logos 8 Deal of 2019

When it comes to studying the Bible, would you rather have: 

1. A bigger library of resources (commentaries, lexicons, etc.), so a wealth of knowledge is always at hand? [Read more…]

Why Snag a Logos 8 Upgrade for 20% Off?

To get 20% off any Logos 8 package, all you need to do is sign in and shop. (You’ll see dynamic pricing based on what you already own since with Logos, you don’t pay for the same resources twice.) [Read more…]