Logos saves you time and makes you more efficient by giving you quick access to the resources you use the most in your study. Here are four ways to quickly access your favorite resources:
- Drag an open resource to the top of the Toolbar.
- Add an open resource to the Favorites panel.
Learn more about using Favorites.
- Prioritize your favorite commentaries, dictionaries, and lexicons so that Logos displays them first in Guides and similar resources. Learn more.
- Create a custom layout with the resources you use most.
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Make these your new favorites:
- New International Dictionary of Theology and Exegesis: Old and New Testament, 10 vols. (Moises Silva and Willem VanGemeran) is a must-have for seminary students and pastors. Rick Warren calls it his “go-to workhorse,” and D. A. Carson says it “deserves to be a standard.”
- International Standard Bible Encyclopedia | 1979–1995 (Geoffrey Bromiley) is a staple for serious Bible students. Dr. Kim Riddlebarger says, “I use this set more than any other reference work.” Dr. Jeff Crawford calls it “beyond compare.”
- New International Commentary | NIC: Old and New Testaments (54 vols.). Andy Naselli calls Logos the way to “reap the maximum benefit” from this series.
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