Logos Tech Tip: Capture Your Insights While You Study

You can mark up any resource in Logos to emphasize important or especially relevant words or phrases. Any notes or highlights you add are easily searchable and can be toggled on or off with Visual Filters.  [Read more…]

Logos Tech Tip: Study the Resurrection with the Factbook

Today’s the day! The day that changed everything. 

As we celebrate the resurrection of Jesus today, pause with me and consider what the resurrection shows us. In his thoughtful reflection on the meaning of the cross and resurrection, God with Us,* Rowan Williams observes five ways that our lives today are directly impacted by the resurrection of Jesus: [Read more…]

Learning Logos: Automatically Highlight Cross-References in a Lexicon

I recently received the following scenario from a fellow Logos user:

I’m working on a project for school regarding lexicons and Genesis. Is there a way to highlight all the biblical references to Genesis in a lexicon such as BDB? Currently I’m straining my eyes trying to pick out the biblical references among all the characters!

Thankfully the answer is yes with the aid of a Visual Filter!

Give this a go: [Read more…]

Learning Logos: How to Move Multiple Notes in Logos to a Different Notebook

notes in Logos blog postA semi-distressed Logos user contacted me with the following situation:

I’ve accidently misfiled numerous notes in the wrong notebook. I know how to move one note at a time, but please tell me there’s a way to simultaneously move all of the misfiled notes to the correct notebook.

To the Logos user’s relief, there are actually a couple of ways to do what he wants, but I’ll focus on just one: [Read more…]

Sermon Preparation Help—from Beloved Baptist Pastors

The best sermon in the world won’t do any good unless it’s heard or read. With Logos Bible Software, you can access some of the best sermons in a few clicks—and gather insight from Baptist pastors on practically any biblical passage or topic you can quote in your sermons.  [Read more…]

Learning Logos: How to Create a Hyperlink in a Note

logos 8 training blogA fellow Logos user recently submitted this scenario:

I enjoy working with Logos 8 Notes. I often copy text from a resource and paste it into a Note. Sometimes, however, the information is too long, so I want to link back to the article rather than paste any text into the Note. Can this be done? If so, how?

Yes! In Notes, we can create a hyperlink to most any location in Logos, such as a resource article, Exegetical Guide report, Search results, etc. [Read more…]

Secrets to Using Logos for Class Notes, from a Seminary Grad

Anyone who’s taken upper-level classes has learned the importance of taking great notes. They can make or break a class—and be useful long after you’ve gotten your last grade. [Read more…]

Learning Logos: Find NT Verses Mentioning All 3 Persons in the Godhead

Logos 8 search

As I was reading through Peterin the ESV I paused at 1:2, which states:

. . . according to the foreknowledge of God the Father, in the sanctification of the Spirit, for obedience to Jesus Christ and for sprinkling with his blood: May grace and peace be multiplied to you.

I noticed that FatherSon, and Holy Spirit were all three mentioned in this verse. Wanting to find other New Testament verses containing all three persons this is what I did: [Read more…]

Learning Logos: How to Search Books While in the Library

A perceptive Logos user presented the following scenario to me:

I’m really enjoying the Sidebar in the Logos 8 Library, which makes finding books much easier. Once I locate specific books, however, is there a way to search them while I’m in the Library? [Read more…]

Learning Logos: How to Read the Bible in Chronological Order

read the bible blog

In keeping with the general theme of launching the new year with an emphasis on Bible reading, I want to remind you of a simple solution to a question I’m often asked: [Read more…]