Theological libraries have evolved over the past 30 years in many ways. Naturally, the arrival of the Internet brought about A new way to study theology. A host of Bible study sites and software emerged. As in all new sectors, many come and many go. The best survive; and eventually some move to a new level of excellence. Undoubtedly, Logos Bible Software is at the top of the best. That is why I am excited to announce that the Logos Bible software is introducing Logos 8.
I use Logos Bible Software for course design, sermon preparation, preparing journal articles, and writing books. Logos 8 will now provide an even greater platform for research, writing, study, and devotion.
If you are a theological student, a pastor, a postgraduate student, or you are merely a devout and serious student of the Holy Bible (and good books), you will certainly want to get or upgrade to Logos 8.
Here are some of the remarkable new features in this software:
A central dashboard for studying the Bible:
The new Home Page gives you a single place to launch reading plans, video courses, or books and tools you use every day. Just drag, drop, or delete to organize.
An easy, eye-opening way to explore theology:
Look up any theological topic and get a quick summary written by experts. Then explore related concepts with a few clicks. Studying Genesis 3? Look up “original sin” to see how theologians and traditions throughout history have understood the doctrine.
The new Notes: Stay Organized, Find Anything
Find any note in a snap with a brand new notes system featuring improved organization and fast searching. Create a notebook to capture related research, then share it with a friend: they’ll see your notes right alongside the biblical text.
An intuitive new way to work the text:
Circle. Highlight. Underline. Make connections. You can even rearrange a passage to show logic and emphasis. Then, share your creation in just a few clicks. In Logos 8, the Word is your canvas.
The new Docs: Share your expertise, learn from others
The documents you’ve made in Logos are now easier to find: sermons, clippings, passage lists, word lists, search queries, and much more. And with Public Docs, it’s easy to share what you’ve made and tap into a brain trust of fellow Bible enthusiasts.
Customize any Guide to fit your study.
Know the Logos tools you need? Add or delete sections from the Passage Guide, Exegetical Guide, Bible Word Study Guide, and all the rest. The next time you open it, it’s just how you left it. Or launch a single section as a stand-alone guide.
Simple and Easy Library Organization:
New filters make it easy to find just what you need in a few clicks. Filter by every book on the Gospel of John, narrow to reformed writers, and add more filters to pinpoint just what you need.
Great Commentaries Are Built Right In:
Commentaries are a key tool for in-depth Bible study, and Logos 8 libraries include some of the most sought-after commentary series available.
Head on over to Logos.com or call 888-875-9491 to talk to a Logos resource expert.
Logos Bible Software is what I use. They have become trusted colleagues in my vocation. I commend Logos to you.
The new Logos 8 now makes the best even better.https://faithlifetv.com/media/513653