In his first book, Faithlife Corporation CEO and Logos Bible Software cofounder Bob Pritchett gave some very candid business advice.
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Every month, we offer a special discount on one of our top products. October’s deal is the
49-volume Tyndale Commentaries. This series offers commentary on the entire Bible from such top evangelical scholars as Leon Morris, I. Howard Marshall, F.F. Bruce, N.T. Wright, and Douglas Moo. They offer exposition of Scripture that is thorough and abreast of modern scholarship, yet at the same time loyal to Scripture as the infallible Word of God.
Imagine entering your own personal biblical research library for the very first time.
As soon as you walk in you’re surrounded by thousands upon thousands of books perched on dusty shelves that reach to ceilings high above you. You head to the commentaries section, and are stunned. Dozens of rows of shelves supporting hundreds of volumes each stretch as far as you can see. They contain tomes in French, German, Latin, and Greek. These resources cover everything from biblical interpretation to historical context, devotional application, and textual criticism. They span every book of the Bible and even comment on other commentaries.
For a limited time, you can combine Dynamic Pricing with sale prices on all collections from Zondervan and Thomas Nelson! That includes some of the most important theological and biblical works out there—like Word Biblical Commentary, volumes by John MacArthur, and new classics like Bill Mounce’s three-volume Basics of Biblical Greek! With so many great choices, it’s hard to know where to start. That’s why we’ve put together the Zondervan/Thomas Nelson Product Guide—your handbook for choosing essential Zondervan and Thomas Nelson resources. Here’s today’s featured resource.
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.
A Logos user recently emailed this question to me:
I recently upgraded to Collector’s Edition, and am nearly finished tagging my library with My Tags. A friend of mine also upgraded recently and wanted to know if there were a way I could export my library titles, with a mapping to their respective tags I assigned so he can save himself the work.
The answer is yes: by exporting the Library to a spreadsheet. I also think you’ll be happy to hear the process is actually very simple. If you don’t currently have Logos 6, download the free core engine, then try this out. You also might consider a full upgrade to Logos 6.