Logos 6 is here!
Once again Logos has assembled an amazing application that brings biblical study to an entire new level of unparalleled intensity. Logos 6 does an excellent job of mixing classical study resources with interactive, digital resources.
Logos 6 is a must have application for ministers, teachers, students, and anyone who loves to immerse themselves in biblical studies.
I would have to agree with what John Piper says about Logos:
Let’s take a closer look at “what you can do with it.”
I love how Logos continues to stay relevant in our digital world. From the desktop, to your smartphone, rollin’ with Logos is always awesome. It’s the little things, they say, and every time I see the social media share icons while rockin’ in Logos 6, I smile. 🙂
By configuring Logos 6 to your personal taste—prayer lists, daily readings, Bible version preferences, etc—you’ll feel welcome opening Logos for your daily Bible study, sermon prep, or seminary study.
While these personal touches and keeping-up in our digital day in age is important, it’s Logos’ brute force of resources that really shines. If you’ve never used Logos and have always wanted to jump on it, now is the time. If you’re a current user but unsure if it’s worth the upgrade, let’s take a closer look:
507 Resource Books
Factbook, Cultural Concepts, Atlas (only one set of maps), Narrative Character Maps, Interlinear Explorers, Before & After, Koine Greek Pronunciation tool, Lexham Theological Workbook, Lexham Glossary of Literary Types, Bietzel Photo Library, Logos Stock Media, Logos Media Archive, Faithlife Study Bible Media, Lexicon Alignment.
697 Resource Books
Ancient Literature tool, Semantic Roles/Case Frames, better Atlas (2 volumes of maps), Propositional Flow Outline tool, Preaching Theme Slides, The Cultural Context of the Bible slides, artifacts from the British Museum, Lexham Semantic Outlines Glossary, new interactive language tools: Morphology Charts, Hebrew Cantillation Structural Diagrams, Greek and Hebrew Alphabet Tutors, and all Media Collections.
1,034 Resource Books
Textual Variants tool, Lexham Textual Notes on the Bible, Online Textual Variants Manuscripts, Facsimile Resources (Books.Logos.com), all of the Atlas maps (3 volumes), Psalm browser (called “Form and Structure of the Psalms” in the software), Proverbs browser (called “Proverbs in the Hebrew Bible” in the software), Lexham Glossary of Semantic Roles, Sense Section
There are other packages and payment options that you can explore on the Logos website, but these are the three most people land on.
Features and Screenshots
Screenshots are great, but if you’re like me, some video snippets of an app or service in action speaks volumes.
To give you an even clearer view of Logos’ latest and greatest, here are some tutorial videos and screencasts that will not only give you a good idea of how Logos works, but also how powerful it really is.
Tutorial Videos and Screencasts
The fastest way to find words or phrases in English or the original languages without leaving your Bible.
A new addition to the Passage Guide that helps you connect concepts that are common to the Biblical world, and explore them in other ancient texts.
The first stop for researching Biblical people, places, events, concepts, or things mentioned in the Bible.
Form and Structure of the Psalms
This tool helps you group the Psalms by theme and expose the structure of the Hebrew poetry.
The simplest form of search that will gather information from across your library. Related resources, maps, Bible references, specific resources, and more.
Build stunning presentation with inspirational quotes as you study.
Ancient Literature Tool
Study the Bible against its cultural and linguistic background by making connections between the Bible and ancient texts.
Bible Book Guides
Create Bible introductions for any book of the Bible. Find everything your library has to say about a book of the Bible in one place.
How to create unique layouts for your workflow.
Logos 6 isn’t for casual Bible reading. Would it be cool to use it? Yes, but that’s not what Logos is for. Logos is all about Bible study and it’s best in class.
Visit the Logos website and read about the different tiers to figure out which fits you best. You’ll find solutions for personal Bible study to college professors—and everything in between. The key is figuring out which level of Logos fits your need best.