After months of using, testing, tweaking, and preparing for the release of Logos 6, it’s easy for us to say why we think Logos 6 is awesome—its powerful original-language tools, smarter search results, and ability to quickly build beautiful presentations barely skim the surface of what Logos 6 can do.
But if you’re still not convinced that Logos 6 is the best in Bible software, don’t just take our word for why it’s great—see why current users can’t stop raving about Logos 6’s amazing capabilities.
— Rob Kuefner (@cyclingpastor) October 28, 2014
Here are four of our users’ favorite Logos 6 tools:
1. Visual Copy
No need to spend long hours tediously putting together your presentation slides. With Visual Copy, you can create beautiful slides in seconds. Simply highlight the text, right click, and select “Visual Copy,” and you can send your slide to Proclaim, PowerPoint, or your social-media profiles.
— Adrian (@AdrianColchado) November 13, 2014
2. Send to Kindle
Adjust the settings in your Amazon and Logos accounts, and send Logos resources to your Kindle with one click! See the Send to Kindle feature in action.
— Tom Wiggs Jr (@BroTomW) October 29, 2014
3. Propositional Flow Outline
Understand the significance behind each line of Scripture of the New Testament with the help of the Propositional Flow Outline. Save time in your research and study with this tool.
4. Sermon-prep tools
Expedite and enhance your sermon preparation with tools like Inline Search and Ancient Literature. Deliver fresh insights to your congregation with the help of Logos 6!
— Phil Auxier (@PhilAuxier) October 30, 2014
OK…@Logos 6 is stunning. The intelligent searching & sorting of whole library…the ‘visual media’ feature…Wow. Kind of a preacher’s dream.
— Glenn Packiam (@gpackiam) November 7, 2014
— Brett Patterson (@BKP2003) November 12, 2014
Start studying with these powerful, popular tools: get Logos 6 today!
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