Logos 6: Bible Text Only

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.

Have you ever been reading a print Bible and thought to yourself, it sure would be nice to temporarily:

  • Hide the chapter and verse numbers
  • Arrange the text in list form rather than paragraph form
  • Remove the red letters

You can do all of that and more in Logos 6 with a visual filter called Bible Text Only. This tool has been in Logos for a long time, but it has greatly expanded in Logos 6. The text in most Bibles comes from the publisher with various features, such as:

  • Paragraphs
  • Character formatting, like red letter, italics, etc.
  • Cross-references
  • Pericope headings
  • Chapter and verse numbers

All of this and more can be toggled on and off with the Bible Text Only visual filter. Here’s how to use it:

  • Open a Bible
  • Click the visual filters icon on the Bible’s toolbar (A)
  • Select the Resource box (B)
  • Select Bible text only (C)
  • Uncheck:
    • Bible text formatting to remove all character formatting, such as red letter, italics, bold, etc. (D)
    • Chapter/Verse numbers to remove those numbers (E)
    • Footnote indicators to remove embedded cross-references (F)
    • Non-Bible text to remove pericope titles (G)
    • One verse per line to leave the Bible in paragraph form as opposed to each verse starting on a separate line when this option is checked (H)

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For written instructions on all the new Logos 6 features, check out the Logos 6: What’s New? Manual.

Or, to be one of the first to receive live training for Logos 6, attend an upcoming Camp Logos in California or New York.

Last Chance to Save with the Reformation Day Sale!

Logos-Reformation-Day-Bundle-2014The Reformation Day sale ends November 10, so this is your last chance to save 70% on the 95 books in our special Reformation Day Bundle.

This bundle includes collections of titles by J.I. Packer and Martyn Lloyd-Jones, books on the history of the Reformation and the Reformers, and excellent works of contemporary Reformed theology, like Joel Beeke’s A Puritan Theology.

You’ll also get Reformation Trust’s Classics of Reformed Spirituality collection, which offers fascinating and enriching insights into the Dutch Further Reformation period, which saw sustained and fruitful efforts to apply Reformed theology to daily life. The Reformation Trust Collection contains books by R.C. Sproul, Joel Beeke, Sinclair Ferguson, Steven Lawson, and many others. These two collections alone are worth nearly $500.00!

You can get all 95 books (one for each of Luther’s 95 theses) for only $459.95—that’s less than $5 a book.

Plus, if you’re considering picking up a new Logos 6 base package, this is the perfect chance: you can add the Reformation Day Bundle to your cart and get a $50.00 promotional code with your purchase of $500 or more!

Get the Reformation Day Bundle before November 10!

4 Faithlife Groups You Should Join Today

Faithlife-logoFaith communities are vital to healthy spirituality, so we built powerful tools for collaboration and sharing into Logos 6.

One of those tools—the Groups tool—brings Faithlife Groups’ collaborative power to Logos Bible Software. There are a number of groups that have sprung up as a way for Logos users to share their study techniques and insights. Many of these groups are all open, which means you can join them today!

Logos Author Collections

author_collectionsSearching a huge library like Logos 6 Gold for references to a specific topic, reference, or concept can sometimes yield thousands of results. One of the best ways to narrow your search is to create a set of personalized collections so you can search more manageable subsets of your Logos library.

I’ve found that some of the most useful collections are author based, and I created a group to share those custom collections. A few other Logos users—friends of mine whom I met through our community forums—have added their own, too. Logos Author Collections has a useful set of custom collections, and you can add them all to your library today by joining this group.

Logos Sample Documents

sampledocumentsResource collections are only one of fifteen distinct document types in Logos 6. To get a taste of what each of these documents can do, join the Logos Sample Documents group, which has a few examples of each document type. Some of the documents—like a passage list of the “one another” commands in Scripture and a visual filter for all the imperative verbs in the New Testament—make great starting points for new lines of Bible study.

Logos Library Theology/Denomination Tags

denominationalgroupiconMy favorite group is probably Logos Library Theology/Denomination Tags. A group of users worked for 18 months to create a comprehensive resource collection for every theological tradition, and this group is still working to tune their collections for accuracy and to account for new offerings as they’re added to Logos.com through Pre-Pub and Community Pricing. You can enjoy the fruit of their labor through this group.
 

Logos Product Collections

author_collectionsOne of our developers helped create resource collections for every base package, so you can search their library content easily and compare the different results from the various packages you own.

We’ve learned that many users prefer to build a diverse library by picking base packages from several of our denominational lines. For example: a users might combine Logos 6 Reformed Platinum, and Logos 6 Anglican Platinum to form the backbone of their research library. The Logos Product Collections group has resource collections for both so that you can individually search and compare each set of content.

Study with Logos 6 and collaborate with Faithlife Groups.

6 Reasons to Get Logos 6

Logos-6-launch-3BP-Logos6Logos 6 empowers you to discover new insights and equips you to share them with others. When you get Logos 6, you get an impressive set of Bible study tools—like the Ancient Literature tool, which connects ancient texts to the biblical text; Factbook, which quickly assembles an overview of resources related to any biblical topic; Visual Copy, which makes creating and sharing quote images and slides easier than ever; and dozens more.

But maybe you’ve heard all that, and you’re still not sure if you should get Logos 6.

Here are six reasons to get Logos 6 now:

1. You’ll discover new insights.

Logos 6 includes the latest research tools and an abundance of resources, and you have the opportunity to show the world what you can do with them.

Some of Logos 6’s brand-new datasets contain information that’s never been assembled like this before. This original, curated content is the first of its kind in the world of biblical research. You can be one of the first to explore this new territory: who knows what insights you’ll find. And once you find them, who knows whose life you’ll change with them.

Be at the forefront of Bible study, and set an example for others to follow.

2. You’ll start saving more time.

With Logos 6, you’ll save more time than ever in your biblical research and sermon preparation. New features like Visual Copy will save you valuable hours—no more going back and forth between your books, your software, and your presentation.

Our in-house scholars have tagged your Logos texts and other relevant information to free up the time you previously spent scanning pages and working through book indexes. You’ll do better searches and find the results you need in just a fraction of the time.

In short, Logos 6’s tools are designed to get you relevant information, fast.

Your time is important: start saving it now.

3. You’ll be able to quickly share your findings.

Logos 6 includes the most powerful tools for Bible study ever—tools that help you glean insights from the Word. Whether you’re doing ancient-language study, preparing for small group, or searching for answers to difficult questions, Logos 6 will help you find insights and equip you to share them with others.

Studying the Bible isn’t just about personal growth: it’s also about growing others.

Get equipped to share your insights with others.

4. You’ll go back to the original sources.

You’re working in the Word and studying the Bible regularly: Logos 6′s tools will allow you to get back to the sources. Logos 6 won’t replace your hard work—but it will help ensure your work is an accurate representation of biblical truth.

With Logos, you can study multiple reference works at once. Drawing from a variety of perspectives in your studies will keep your work well rounded. Tools for ancient-language study will help you get into the source material so you can read the original text and draw your own conclusions without having to completely rely on English translations.

Get the right tools for drawing accurate insights from the Word.

5. You’ll get the same software others are already loving.

Logos 6 is the most user-loved, critically acclaimed Bible software available. Here’s what a few users are saying:

Get the same software applauded by users worldwide.

6. You’ll get a great deal.

During the Logos 6 introductory sale, you’ll get 15% off all Logos 6 base packages. Plus, if you spend at least $500 during your base-package purchase, you’ll get special introductory gifts.

In addition to 15% off, you’ll also be eligible for Dynamic Pricing. If you already own any resources included in your Logos 6 base package, you’ll get a custom discount—only pay for what’s new to you.

With a wide range of base-package and crossgrade options, you’re sure to find one that’s perfect for you. You can also take advantage of an interest-free payment plan to spread out the cost.

Don’t wait: now’s the time to get Logos 6!

Get Logos 6 today

With Logos 6, you’ll get the tools you need to discover insights and deliver them to others.

And now’s the best time to get it for yourself: visit Logos.com/Get-6 to get a Logos 6 base package today!

Interactive Media: A New Way to Engage the Word

Logos-6-Interactive-Media-Blog-HeaderLogos 6 comes with all-new media resources for deeper, more engaging study and better presentations.

Interactive Media are new resources that help you explore both the biblical world and original languages, as well as perform complex tasks in seconds. Get into the Word with new calculators and text converters, virtual tours, interactive infographics, and helpful tutors. Use this media to engage your students or congregation, or for your personal study.

Users are already raving about how fun and helpful Interactive Media are. You can find this media either in your Tools menu, or by searching your library.

Here are a few user favorites:

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Weights and Measures Converter

Put biblical measurements in context by converting them into modern examples. Enter a biblical quantity and get modern comparisons—you’ll see that 100 cubits (the length of Ezekiel’s Temple) is about the length of four city buses or a little over two semitrucks. You’ll also discover that Boaz let Ruth take over three gallons worth of barley from his fields (Ruth 2:14). This fun calculator helps you understand all sorts of obscure biblical measurements, so you can better understand the Bible’s context.

Get this tool in Logos 6 Starter and higher.

Logos-6-Interactive-Media-Psalms-ExplorerPsalms Explorer

Explore the Psalms with this colorful browser that lets you filter the Psalms by order, genre, book, author, and theme. Use this browser in your class to explore all the Psalms written by David or all of the Messianic Psalms, or use this for your personal study to pinpoint specific answers in the Psalms: for example, find all the laments written by David about worship.

Get this tool in Logos 6 Gold and higher.

Logos-6-Interactive-Media-Text-ConverterText Converter

Convert Greek and Hebrew text in seconds. Just copy and paste the text, and the new Text Converter transforms it into a variety of schemes for transliteration, including SBL General, SBL Academic, Scientific, Spanish, and more. The next time the professor asks you to transliterate something or you’d like to insert a transliteration into your upcoming article, you can breathe easy!

Get this tool in Logos 6 Starter and higher.

Logos-6-Interactive-Media-Greek-Hebrew-TutorGreek and Hebrew Alphabet Tutors

Learn to write and pronounce Greek and Hebrew in the pronunciation of your choice, including Koine, Erasmian, and Modern Greek. Select any letter—from alpha to omega—and you’ll be shown how to write it in uppercase and lowercase, how to pronounce it, and common lemmas that start with that letter. Once you’ve practiced drawing the letter, you’ll get a score on your accuracy, so you know how you can improve.

Get this tool in Logos 6 Silver and higher.

Logos-6-Interactive-Media-InteractivesInteractive Infographics

These new resources are textbook illustrations come to life! Explore the armor of God, the Hebrew conception of the universe, Solomon’s Temple, priestly garments, ancient altars, and New Testament coins.

Get this tool in Logos 6 Starter and higher.

Logos-6-Interactive-Media-Morph-ChartMorphology Charts

Find every time a specific lemma formation is used throughout the entire Bible. Enter the lemma, and Morphology Charts populates an easy-to-read table that shows all the forms that lemma takes on, along with their frequency and links to where they occur.

Get this tool in Logos 6 Silver and higher.

Always something new to explore

These resources are just the tip of the iceberg. Here are all of Logos 6’s Interactive Media:

Interactive infographics:

  • Armor of God
  • Ancient Hebrew Universe
  • Priestly Garments
  • Solomon’s Temple
  • Ancient Altars
  • The Tabernacle
  • New Testament Coins
  • Counting the 10 Commandments
  • Days of Creation
  • Who Killed Goliath?

Tutorials:

  • Interlinear Explorer
  • Reverse Interlinear Explorer

Language tools:

  • Morphology Charts
  • Hebrew Cantillations
  • Greek Alphabet Tutor
  • Hebrew Alphabet Tutor

Bible background:

  • Canon Comparison
  • Biblical Event Navigator
  • Israelite Feasts and Sacrifices
  • Bible People Visual Timelines
  • Ancient Inscriptions
  • Before and After: Ancient and Modern Biblical Archaeology Sites
  • Narrative Character Maps

Textual-analysis tools:

  • Psalms Explorer
  • Proverbs Explorer
  • Bible Outline Browser
  • Parallel Gospel Reader

Utilities and calculators:

  • Weights and Measures Converter
  • Numeric Converter
  • Text Converter

 

Get Logos 6 today!

For a limited time, you can get 15% off Logos 6. Plus, when you spend $500 or more during your base-package purchase, you’ll get additional exclusive rewards.

Explore our family of Logos 6 base packages today!

Customize Your Desktop to Fit Your Workflow

Logos-6-Layouts-300pxWhen you start working in your new software, you’ll want to gather the tools and books you frequently use so you can keep them right at your fingertips. Since these are the resources you rely on for new insights and discoveries, you’ll always want them close at hand.

Track down your favorite tools and resources, then save them so you can quickly retrieve them without any hassle. The best way to do this is creating custom layouts.

Your software should fit your study, and layouts let you set your workspace exactly how you need it. Once you’ve created your layouts, you can jump right in and work efficiently, regardless of the task at hand.

With layouts, you’ll always be organized. When you first sit down to work, you won’t have to spend valuable time gathering individual resources. Plus, with a consistent, familiar workspace, you can stay focused on your studies rather than constantly rearranging your desktop to get the tools you need.

Check out this helpful tutorial where Todd, one of our Logos pros, walks you through layout creation:

 
Layouts can be as basic or as complex as you’d like—you can combine Logos 6 guides, Bible translations, commentaries, and more in the arrangement that makes the most sense for you.

You can also easily toggle between layouts created for different projects and types of study at any time. It’ll only take seconds to quickly transition from sermon prep to exegetical work to personal study. Your layouts are always readily available, so you can return to your presets whenever you’d like.

What’s your favorite layout? Share it on Facebook and Twitter using the hashtag #Logos6, and see what others are doing, too!

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If you don’t yet have Logos 6, get it now! You can choose your perfect base package at Logos.com/BasePackages, or give us a call at 800-875-6467.

Save 30% on This Month’s Top Product

november-top-product-a-w-pinkThis month only, you can save 30% on one of our best-selling classic commentary series: the A.W. Pink Collection.

Through November, you can add this 40-volume collection to your Logos library at an incredible discount. Just use code AWP2014 at checkout.

Study with one of the greatest pastors of all time

Arthur Walkington Pink pastored churches in the United States and Australia for most of his working life. At age 24, Pink experienced an evangelical conversion and crossed the Atlantic from Great Britain to study at Moody Bible Institute in Chicago. But after only six weeks, he left to take up a pastoral ministry. In 1922, he started a magazine titled Studies in Scriptures, which circulated among English-speaking Christians worldwide. The magazine “was feeding several of the men who were leading a return to doctrinal Christianity,” including Martyn Lloyd-Jones and Douglas Johnson.

Preparing the next generation of pastors

In his commentary on Ephesians for the Preaching the Word series, R. Kent Hughes relates how his life was changed through an encounter with Pink’s writings: “As a sixteen-year-old I read Arthur W. Pink’s The Sovereignty of God, through which I was made to see the transcendent holiness of God, my own utter sinfulness, and his sovereign working in bringing men and women to himself.”

Likewise, many Bible-college students and aspiring pastors get their first introduction to commentaries from one of Pink’s works. Biographer Iain H. Murrary observes, “The widespread circulation of his writings after his death made him one of the most influential evangelical authors in the second half of the twentieth century.” His writing sparked a revival of expository preaching and focused readers’ hearts on biblical living.

Discover the heart of A.W. Pink

The A.W. Pink Collection gives you Pink’s detailed commentaries, as well as his collected works covering the Beatitudes, divine healing, justification, eternal punishment, and more.

Take advantage of this limited-time savings on works that have influenced generations. Save 30% on the A.W. Pink Collection today when you use coupon code AWP2014 at checkout.

Logos 6 Base Packages: Everything You Need to Know

l6-standard-base-package-lineup-featuredLogos 6 base packages come packed with dozens of smart tools and datasets, plus brand-new Media Collections and Interactive Media for deeper, more engaging study. All of these tools are paired with unique collections of commentaries, devotionals, original-language resources, primary texts, and more.

The newest additions to Logos 6 libraries are easily searchable sermon collections (which start in Gold), massive collections of theological journals (which start in Platinum), and collected works by your favorite authors (which start in Diamond).

Each base package builds off the next, so all the tools and media included in Starter are also in Bronze, and so on. Plus, base packages build on what you already own, so you get to keep your current books and notes, while adding even more resources to your library. If you don’t want to add any additional books to your library, but want to get Logos 6′s new tools, datasets, and media, you’ll want to check out our new line of crossgrade options.

If you want a library specifically catered to your tradition, we offer tradition-specific base packages, including Anglican, Reformed, Baptist, Lutheran, Seventh-day Adventist, Pentecostal and Charismatic, and more.

What’s more, base packages are the most cost-effective way to get all the resources and tools you need—all presented in a clean, easy-to-use interface.

Pick the library that’s right for you

Starter: $294.95

l6-standard-base-package-lineup-starterGet a basic, well-rounded library with commentaries, dictionaries, a dozen Bibles, media resources, interlinears, and books on prayer, small groups, and the Christian life. Key resources include Matthew Henry’s Commentary on the Bible, Evangelical Commentary on the Bible, and The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia (ISBE), 1915 Edition. You’ll also get a selection of easy-to-use tools, like Everything Search, Inline Search, and Interactive Media.

Bronze: $629.95

l6-standard-base-package-lineup-bronzeGet essential tools for exploring the biblical world and studying Scripture in context, like Cultural Concepts, Atlas, Timeline, and Factbook. Create beautiful presentations and images with Visual Copy, and get a diverse library with 27 Bibles and key critical and exegetical commentaries and reference works, like the 10-volume Keil and Delitzsch Commentary on the Old Testament, the 63-volume Lange’s Commentary on the Holy Scriptures, Theological Lexicons of the Old and New Testament, and the 10-volume Socio-Rhetorical Commentary.

Silver: $999.95

l6-standard-base-package-lineup-silverGet smart tools for understanding the Bible’s original languages and exploring its background. Study Scripture side by side with ancient texts with the new Ancient Literature tool, and go beyond biblical words and explore biblical meaning with the Semantic Roles and Case Frames tool, Propositional Flow Outline, and Lexham Theological Wordbook. Silver also includes all of Logos 6’s new Media Collections, so you can create compelling presentations with stunning media.

You’ll also get key commentaries, like the 41-volume New American Commentary Series, Lenski’s Commentary on the New Testament, and the 46-volume Calvin’s Commentaries, as well as significant reference works, like the Oxford Dictionary of the Christian Church and Intermediate Greek–English Lexicon.

Gold: $1,549.95

l6-standard-base-package-lineup-goldGold is the first base package to include all of Logos 6’s new tools, datasets, and media. Discover and share media with Visual Copy and Media Search, find answers fast with Everything Search and Factbook, study Scripture in context with Atlas and Cultural Concepts, and do smarter original-language study with Inline Search and Textual Variants.

With Gold, you can consult exegetical commentaries like The Pillar New Testament Commentaries and the 13-volume The New International Greek Testament Commentary, explore original-language terms in theological wordbooks and lexicons, and access all of Charles Spurgeon’s sermons, which can be searched by topic or verse. You’ll also get the 13-volume Black’s New Testament Commentary (BNTC), the 20-volume The United Bible Societies’ New Testament Handbook Series, and much more.

Platinum: $2,149.95

l6-standard-base-package-lineup-platinumPower your study with professional tools and a scholarly library. Platinum includes all the tools and resources from lower base packages, plus massive collections of Greek and Hebrew resources, commentaries, and theological journals, like Christian History Magazine and the Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research.

Do innovative research with textual commentaries, like Metzger’s Textual Commentary on the Greek New Testament; do powerful exegetical work with the 27-volume Exegetical Summaries Series; and explore the Bible’s original languages with resources like BDAG—the most comprehensive lexicon of the New Testament. You’ll also get specialized commentary series, like the 20-volume IVP New Testament Commentary Series and the 11-volume JPS Tanakh Commentary Collection. Other key titles include Warren Wierbe’s 27-volume Old Testament “Be” Series, Thomas Aquinas’ 22-volume Summa Theologica, and extensive works by the Church Fathers—ranging from the Ante-Nicene to the Post-Nicene era—all of which easily connect to Scripture with the Ancient Literature tool.

Diamond: $3,449.95

l6-standard-base-package-lineup-diamondDiamond offers more than 2,000 resources, including vast collections of theological journals, commentaries, original-language resources, and complete works by your favorite pastors, including Charles Spurgeon and B.B. Warfield.

Gain access to research and work by top theologians with more than 500 volumes of theological journals, including the Journal of Biblical Literature (26 vols.), Ashland Theological Journal (37 vols.), and Bulletin for Biblical Research (18 vols.). Explore world-class Bible scholarship in commentaries like the 18-volume Wesleyan Bible Study Commentary Series and the 42-volume College Press NIV Commentary. Dig into Scripture’s literary and cultural background with a wealth of ancient texts, like works by Philo and Josephus, and connect them to Scripture with the Ancient Literature tool. You can also investigate textual differences in modern and ancient versions of the Bible with the new Textual Variants tool.

Portfolio: $4,979.95

l6-standard-base-package-lineup-portfolioPortfolio is the scholar’s dream library. Get hundreds of volumes of theological journals, like Themelios 1–37 (1975–2012) (111 issues) and the Bulletin for Biblical Research (vols. 1–18); key original-language reference works; ancient primary texts; over 900 commentary volumes; and complete works by your favorite authors, including R.A. Torrey, Dwight L. Moody, and others.

Get hundreds of ancient texts, like the Ignatian Epistles and works by the Apostolic Fathers, and connect them with Bible verses and ideas with the Ancient Literature tool. Commentaries include N.T. Wright’s 18-volume New Testament for Everyone Series, the 77-volume The Pulpit Commentary, the 12-volume Holman New Testament Commentary, and the 15-volume Augsburg Commentary on the New Testament.

Collector’s Edition: $10,799.95

l6-standard-base-package-lineup-collectorsCollector’s Edition is worth more than $100,000.00, making it our biggest and best library ever. Get more than 5,000 resources that cover almost every Bible topic you can imagine—no matter how obscure. Your library includes nearly 1,500 commentary volumes, 670 volumes of journals, and over 400 ancient texts—all connected through Logos 6’s new datasets and tools.

On top of the hundreds of commentaries included in lower base packages, Collector’s Edition also comes with the 59-volume International Critical Commentary Series—worth nearly $1,900.00 if purchased separately. You’ll also get the 40-volume Opening Up Commentary Series, the 41-volume Focus on the Bible Commentaries, the 86-volume Anchor Yale Bible, and much more.

Keep your library; get new tools

With new Logos 6 crossgrade options, you keep your current library and add new tools, datasets, and media to your software.

Here’s a rundown of the new crossgrade options:

Core Crossgrade: $399.95crossgrade-core-100x100

Get new Interactive Media, including converters, interactive infographics, and Bible-background resources, along with new Lexham Bible Background Slides. You’ll also get all the features from Logos 6 Silver, including Ancient Literature, Atlas, Propositional Flow Outline, Timeline, and Factbook.

Feature Crossgrade: $599.95crossgrade-feature-100x100

Get all of Logos 6’s new tools, datasets, and media. Visualize the biblical world with beautiful photos and infographics; search your entire library with Everything Search; get instant information on biblical people, places, and events with Timeline and Factbook; and do smarter original-language research with new tools, like Textual Variants and the Sense Section.

Extended Crossgrade: $799.95crossgrade-extended-100x100

Get all of Logos 6’s tools, datasets, and media, along with a small selection of new resources, including Bibles, interlinears, lectionaries, and classic works—worth $1,300.00. Start performing basic original-language research with lexicons and Greek Bibles, get new media to visualize the biblical world, and search your entire library with Factbook and Everything Search.

Get 15% off Logos 6

During the Logos 6 introductory sale, you can get 15% off any Logos 6 base package (no coupon code required!). Plus, if you spend $500 or more during your base-package purchase, you’ll get additional rewards!

Explore our family of base packages today.

Logos 6: Inline Searching

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.

Logos 6 is here! Logos just released a new version, and it’s loaded with new features and enhancements. Please don’t panic, though—what you know about Logos 5 continues with you to Logos 6, but you’ll be impressed with Logos 6′s new functionality.

For example, you can now execute searches within a resource panel without having to open a separate search panel.

Try this new Logos 6 Inline Search:

  • Open any resource, such as The Lexham English Bible (LEB)
  • Navigate to a passage, like Luke 15:10 (A)
  • Click the Inline Search icon on the Bible’s toolbar (B)
  • Notice the search criteria opens at the top of the panel
  • Change the search fields and range from drop-down lists if you desire (C)
  • Type this text in the find box: “angels of God”(D)
  • Press the Enter key to generate your search results
  • Notice the only verses now visible in the LEB are the ones containing the phrase “angels of God” (E)

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  • Right click any word in the Bible (F) and you’ll discover this text is active, meaning it’s fully functional with all links and the context menu (G)
  • Click the close X or the Inline Search icon again to hide the search information and return to a normal view of the Bible (H)

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This Inline Search works in any resource and supports searching for words, phrases, multiple terms, and more—just like you would use in the search panel.

You can even access Inline Search from the right-click or context menu!

For written instructions on all the new Logos 6 features, check out the Logos 6: What’s New? Manual.

Or, to be one of the first to receive live training for Logos 6, attend an upcoming Camp Logos in California or New York.

November’s Free Book: From Prussia with Love

From-Prussia-With-LoveGeorge Müller is a prime example of God’s providential provision in history. This November, get From Prussia with Love for free!

Armed with the text, “My God shall supply all your needs” (Phil. 4:19), George Müller relied wholly on God for over 60 years. In this Christian biography, Carol Purves recounts the striking story of a man called to do God’s work. Over 200 years later, his life still inspires Christians to rely on God.

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Throughout November, you can get a second book—Gunpowder, Treason and Plot: The Gruesome Story of Guy Fawkes—for only 99 cents!

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Here is everything one could want in a story—plots, conspiracy, terror, spies, religion, politics, torture, and much more. . . . Read it for pleasure. . . . Read it for wisdom.

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