Daily Gleanings about features in Logos Bible Software.
Biblical studies software can be a helpful tool—sometimes too helpful. Here are 5 steps to help you read original languages in Logos without cheating.
Freedom introduces another new Chrome extension, Limit, saying, Ever wish you could allot yourself a time limit on distracting websites? Limit allows you to set a time limit on any site you choose. It then gently notifies you that your time is almost up, so you can wrap up. Once you’ve reached your limit, if […]
Daily Gleanings from Logos about plotting search results on a timeline and from William Ross about the Song of Songs in Greek.
This month, Logos is giving away for free Tom Schreiner’s Paul, Apostle of God’s Glory in Christ (IVP, 2001). The related volumes also available at a deep discount are: Nicholas Perrin and Richard Hays, ed., Jesus, Paul, and the People of God: A Theological Dialogue with N. T. Wright (IVP, 2011) for $1.99. David deSilva, Honor, Patronage, Kinship […]
With some recent update for Logos Bible Software, I’ve started noticing “corresponding annotation” notes. These are pulled in from one source (e.g., NA27) to the corresponding text in another (e.g., NA28). This feature has been a hugely helpful addition to the platform. I’ve already rediscovered a number of notes that I’d forgotten about. Kudos to […]