Logos Bible Software

Logos Bible Software has easy‐to‐use tools and a massive theological library, allowing students to pinpoint answers in seconds, study the Word in its cultural context, uncover meaning in the original languages, and answer questions with confidence.

Logos provide a big academic discount and have the largest number of resources available for Bible software. The software allows you to search for a passage and it links in with all your other resources which refer to that passage. It also has a number of interactive resources, including an Atlas of the biblical lands, a timeline of the Bible and many others. It allows you to export things to word and powerpoint and will automatically reference the resource you got it from.

I have recently found that it has a Greek and Hebrew tutor which will pronounce words in the Greek or Hebrew so you know what they should sound like. It also has an option to pronounce difficult biblical names. It provides a passage guide which is great for helping prepare sermons. If you load the lectionary into it, it will automatically find the correct readings for you.

There is also an option to view family trees of the main Biblical characters. Having got used to using Logos recently, I would not be without it. All of my resources are available for viewing on all my devices, including Kindle which means my entire library is mobile. To get the most from Logos, it is worth buying a base package, and they have packages specifically catering for Anglican’s. I got one of these at a 30% discount due to my student status.

Ridley student

 

Logos Bible Software

Logos Bible Software has easy‐to‐use tools and a massive theological library, allowing students to pinpoint answers in seconds, study the Word in its cultural context, uncover meaning in the original languages, and answer questions with confidence.

Logos provide a big academic discount and have the largest number of resources available for Bible software. The software allows you to search for a passage and it links in with all your other resources which refer to that passage. It also has a number of interactive resources, including an Atlas of the biblical lands, a timeline of the Bible and many others. It allows you to export things to word and powerpoint and will automatically reference the resource you got it from.

I have recently found that it has a Greek and Hebrew tutor which will pronounce words in the Greek or Hebrew so you know what they should sound like. It also has an option to pronounce difficult biblical names. It provides a passage guide which is great for helping prepare sermons. If you load the lectionary into it, it will automatically find the correct readings for you.

There is also an option to view family trees of the main Biblical characters. Having got used to using Logos recently, I would not be without it. All of my resources are available for viewing on all my devices, including Kindle which means my entire library is mobile. To get the most from Logos, it is worth buying a base package, and they have packages specifically catering for Anglican’s. I got one of these at a 30% discount due to my student status.

Ridley student