My Logos 4 review: all six parts

Here, collected in one place, are all six parts of my review of the Bible software program Logos 4. Part 1: Logos 4 Review: Install and Initial Impressions Part 2: Logos 4 Review: The Septuagint Part 3: The Original Languages Library in Logos 4 Part 4: Using the Exegetical Guide and Passage Guide in Logos 4 Part 5 (excursus): Logos 4: a quick note … Continue reading My Logos 4 review: all six parts

Searching in Logos Bible software (concluding part of my Logos 4 review)

I own a concordance, but it’s packed away in a box somewhere. Useful as a print concordance is, with sites like the NET Bible and Bible Gateway, not to mention various software programs available, I can do any word or phrase searching quickly at a computer. This post will mark the completion of my multiple-part … Continue reading Searching in Logos Bible software (concluding part of my Logos 4 review)

Logos 4: a quick note about a portable library

Ah, the age-old debate about how one should build a library: print or digital? Okay, it’s not really that old of a debate. But it’s one I’ve gone back and forth on. I own the major lexicon for the Greek New Testament in digital edition. Same thing with the major lexicon for the Hebrew Bible. (They’re both … Continue reading Logos 4: a quick note about a portable library

Using the Exegetical Guide and Passage Guide in Logos 4

Logos 4 offers an “Exegetical Guide” and a “Passage Guide” for any verse(s) a user is studying. These features’ utility lies primarily in how Logos compiles and presents the various resources in the program. A couple times in the last year or two when I was trying out Logos on a seminary library computer, I … Continue reading Using the Exegetical Guide and Passage Guide in Logos 4

The Original Languages Library in Logos 4

How is Logos 4 for study of biblical languages? Typically when I think about Bible software and original languages, three important areas come to mind: The Hebrew Old Testament The Greek New Testament The Greek Old Testament, or, the Septuagint I’ve already written about the Septuagint in Logos here. What about the Hebrew OT and … Continue reading The Original Languages Library in Logos 4

Logos 4 Review: The Septuagint

I enjoy reading the Septuagint in Greek (as best I can), and I enjoy using Bible software programs to do it. In this post I offer part 2 of my Logos 4 review (part 1 is here), focusing on the Septuagint in Logos. Here is what the Original Languages Library has by way of Septuagint resources: Septuagint … Continue reading Logos 4 Review: The Septuagint

Logos 4 Review: Install and Initial Impressions

I am a first-time user of Logos Bible software. I’ve used other Bible software programs before, on both a PC and a Mac, but here I will review Logos 4 in a series of posts. Today: the installation process and my initial impressions. For those of you curious about specs, I’m running Logos 4 on … Continue reading Logos 4 Review: Install and Initial Impressions

A Smooth Note-Taking Workflow for Drafts 4 and Logos in iOS

I’ve got a sweet Logos–>Drafts 4 workflow I’ve been using on the iPad for a few months now. (I find Logos’s iOS app to be significantly zippier than its Mac counterpart.) Allow me to demonstrate, using Harold W. Hoehner’s excellent Ephesians commentary.   1. Open up Logos in iOS.   Here’s Hoehner’s lovely commentary.   … Continue reading A Smooth Note-Taking Workflow for Drafts 4 and Logos in iOS

Books for Sale: Hermeneia 38 vol. CD-ROM (Logos), $149, OBO

I’m looking to sell the Hermeneia CD-ROM set (38 vols., 2006). It’s compatible with Logos/Libronix. $149 (and willing to consider offers). See here and here for details on the set. If you want to contact me about a possible purchase, feel free to use this form, and we’ll talk. I generally do things through PayPal. 2014 … Continue reading Books for Sale: Hermeneia 38 vol. CD-ROM (Logos), $149, OBO