What’s New in Logos Now 6.7

What’s new in Logos Now

Logos Now just keeps getting better. With the latest release, Logos Now members can more easily incorporate insights from confessional documents into their Bible study, conduct detailed studies of Proverbs, grasp biblical figures of speech with ease, and much more.

With a Logos Now membership, you gain access to new and improved features, datasets, and media as soon as we make them. Instead of waiting for the next major release of Logos, get access to the latest tools and data today. Every six weeks, we roll out new updates, features, datasets, tools, and more to Logos Now subscribers. It’s easy to get started with Logos Now—you can even get your first month free.

Check out all the tools and features Logos Now members are using with the release of Logos Now 6.7.

Confessional Documents Guide Section

With the new Confessional Documents section in the Passage Guide, you can incorporate some of the most formative documents from church history into your Bible study. See how every major creed, confession, and catechism treats the passage you’re studying. Search for Colossians 2:12 in the Passage Guide, open the Confessional Documents section, and find places where this passage is used in the discussion of Christology, Ecclesiology, and other standard theological categories. Expand “Ecclesiology” and discover the Presbyterian understanding of baptism according to the Westminster Shorter Catechism.

See it in action:

For the month of November, Logos Now members get an exclusive discount on the Confessional Documents Collection. Specially designed to supercharge this brand new feature, the Confessional documents collection includes dozens of creeds, confessions, and council documents, as well as commentaries, sermons, and other secondary sources. Together, these resources make the Confessional Documents Guide section shine. Get it for 15% off now!

Synopsis of Samuel, Kings, and Chronicles

As with a harmony of the Gospels, instantly compare parallel texts in Samuel, Kings, Chronicles, and other Old Testament passages to see how different authors narrate the same events and discover these authors’ unique emphases and purposes.

Synopsis of Samuel, Kings, and Chronicles

Proverbs Explorer Dataset

Conduct detailed searches in the book of Proverbs. We’ve analyzed the book of Proverbs and tagged each proverb according to Type and Form. These tags can be combined with countless search options. For instance, search all the proverbs for instances where a father offers advice. Then find where God—as a father—offers advice to his children.

New features in Logos Now

Bullinger’s Figures of Speech

For over 100 years, countless biblical interpreters have relied on Bullinger’s Figures of Speech Used in the Bible: Explained and Illustrated. But its sheer breadth makes it difficult to use. We’ve transformed this classic resource into a searchable dataset so you can find everywhere a biblical author uses, for instance, metonymy—a figure of speech where a name or noun is used in place of another. Search for any figure of speech addressed in Bullinger and find relevant biblical passages.

Passage Lists Visual Filter

Now you can view your Passage Lists as visual filters within the biblical text. Expose only the verses you want to study—even if they aren’t a part of the same biblical book. Open all the cross references to John 1:1 in your favorite version. Or create your own custom list of verses to compare all the epistolary prescripts in Paul’s letters.

And you won’t just get a static list—you get the full functionality of Logos right within the filtered text.

See it in action:

Proverbs Verse Art Collection

This exclusive media collection features brand new verse art based on some of the most beloved biblical Proverbs. Find them using your Media Browser, Factbook, Passage Guide, and anywhere else media appears in your software.

New features in Logos Now

Old Testament Propositional Outlines Update

The latest update to the Old Testament Propositional Outlines Visual Filter adds Jeremiah, Lamentations, and Ezekiel. Reformat the biblical text into a flow outline that labels the purpose of individual lines. This visual filter transforms the biblical text (Hebrew or English) so you can see the flow of a passage with main points and indented sub points. The propositional outline exposes lines that indicate all of the key aspects of the structure of the biblical text. You can even hover over any label to see it defined.


Logos Now members are already enjoying powerful features such as the Commandments of the Law interactive, the Media Browser, and the Systematic Theologies Section. It’s easy to become a member—you can even get your first month free. And through the month of November, Logos Now members get 15% off the Confessional Documents Collection. This brand new collection includes 95 resources to help you get the most out of the brand new Confessional Documents section in the Passage Guide. Start your subscription to Logos Now.

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