November’s Previews and Discounts in Logos Now

LogosTalk Banner image_600x175 (1)A Logos Now subscription supplements your Logos 6 base package with brand-new, fresh-out-of-development Bible study tools—features, interactives, and media—every six weeks. A subscription today gives you access to features such as the Media Browser and Multiview Resources, interactives such as Before and After: Biblical Sites and New Testament Manuscripts Explorer, and nine collections of media.

Additionally, as a Logos Now subscriber you get several resources unlocked to your account each month. This preview content is yours for the length of the month, and then before the month ends, you get an opportunity to purchase the resources with a Logos Now exclusive discount.

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Study Greek and Hebrew with Mobile Ed

Learn Greek and Hebrew with LogosIt’s easy to get lost in Bible translations and lose sight of the goal. Let Mobile Ed’s Learn to Use Biblical Greek and Hebrew with Logos 6 be your compass and guide through the original languages to help you understand Greek and Hebrew so you can accurately interpret the Bible.

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Top 5 Resources for Christmas Sermon Prep

Top 5 resources for Christmas

Through November 26th, as part of the Prepare Him Room sale we’re offering big discounts on resources to help you prepare your congregation, family, or students for Christmas. From Christmas sermon-prep resources to beautiful Verse Art canvases that make the perfect Christmas gift, we have what you need to get a head start on Christmas prep.

Here are five of the most popular resources customers are using for their Christmas prep.

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Make Your Highlights Appear Across All Your Bibles

Highlighting in Logos

Today’s post is from Morris Proctor, certified and authorized trainer for Logos Bible Software. Morris, who has trained thousands of Logos users at his two-day Camp Logos seminars, provides many training materials.

Over the past few weeks I have received basically the same question from several Logos users so I thought I’d address it here today. It goes something like this:

When I highlight words in a Bible, how do I get the same text highlighted in other Bibles?

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Incorporate Creeds and Confessions into Your Bible Study

Study the creeds and confessions

You may have noticed that we recently launched the Confessional Documents References Dataset in Logos Now 6.7. It forms the backbone for the Confessional Documents section in the Passage Guide. This section finds where all of your creedal church documents and commentaries on church documents mention the passage you are studying, and then organizes the results according to theological category (such as soteriology, anthropology, ecclesiology, etc.) and then by denominational affiliation (Methodist, Baptist, Anglican, Modern Catholic, ecumenical, etc.).

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Shane & Shane on Studying & Singing the Psalms

Studying and Singing the Psalms

Shane Barnard and Shane Everett—better known as the popular worship duo Shane & Shane—have spent a lot of time in the Psalms lately. Their latest album, Psalms II, is the result of a close study of the Psalter. I sat down with the guys, and Shane Barnard explained how his song-writing is intimately connected to Bible study, how familiar Psalms gain new power in moments of desperation, and how singing the Gospel can be a sanctifying experience.

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The Simple Solution for Recording and Publishing Your Sermons

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Ask just about any church, and they’ll tell you they record sermons. While the process from church to church is a little different, the end result is the same—an audio file posted to the sermon archive on the church website. But what if you could simplify the sermon-recording process, and reach a wider audience with God’s Word?
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Get up to 90% off a Huge Collection of Theological Resources

Expand your logos library

If you love Bible study, it’s a safe bet: You probably love books, too. And for good reason. The bigger your library of Bible study and theology resources, the better your access to insights from across thousands of years of church history. What’s the simplest, most affordable way to expand your library? A base package. And if you already own a Logos base package? The answer is still another base package. When you get your books in a base package, you can get them for as much as 90% off. Here’s how it works.

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How Understanding Archaeology Will Improve Your Bible Study

Jesus and Archaeology Faithlife’s video team recently returned from Israel, having filmed two new Mobile Ed courses: Biblical Archaeology in the Field and Jesus and Archaeology. I sat down with Reuben Evans, Faithlife’s Director of Video, to learn how Mobile Ed is revolutionizing biblical education, the significance of archaeology for Bible study, and how seeing biblical sites can forever change the way you experience a passage.

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Do You Break These Rules for Greek and Hebrew Study?

Greek and Hebrew Bible study rules

I am a member of OLSHA, the Original Languages Safely Handled Association. Our mission—well, okay, my mission (nobody else has yet joined the association)—is to help people who love Scripture but don’t know Greek and Hebrew to use the original languages safely in their Bible study.

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