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Using Logos in Biblical Studies Research

Using Logos in Biblical Studies Research

As mentioned previously, I wanted to share a bit about how I use Logos in my research. Even though the program is able to do a number of ancient language searches/functions, I generally save those for Accordance which I find superior in that regard. Instead, I use Logos primarily for reading various reference resources (including… Continue Reading

Logos Review: New to Logos 5 (pt. 2)

Logos Review: New to Logos 5 (pt. 2)

In the introduction to this review I mentioned that a basic version of Logos 5 is free for some users. Having recently updated to this free version (from Logos 4), I want to comment on some of the features new to version 5. Note that these features should be available in all versions of Logos… Continue Reading

Logos 5 for Free (Logos Review p.1)

Logos 5 for Free (Logos Review p.1)

Recently I reviewed the latest version of BibleWorks (v. 9). Today and in the coming weeks I will be posting reviews of Logos 5 and Accordance 10, followed by a somewhat standardized comparison of the three programs (where I will share a screencast of performing the same three or four tasks in each of the… Continue Reading

Ship Date on Logos 4 for Mac

Via the Logos blog: The release version of Logos 4 Mac has a ship date. We’ll be rolling out the completed version to new and existing users on Friday, October 1, 2010—six weeks from today! I’ve using the alpha and beta versions on the mac, and I am very pleased. I’m using the Beta 8 version… Continue Reading

Logos Discounts

If you’re a Logos user, check out the “March Madness” discounts while they last. Use code LMMR7 to save 75% on this title Retail 75% off A Critical and Exegetical Commentary on the Pastoral Epistles, I. Howard Marshall $130.00 $32.50 Use code LMMR6 to save 50% on this title Retail 50% off Old Testament Theology,… Continue Reading

Logos 4 for Mac

I’m glad to hear that Logos is throwing a lot at the mac development side of things: The good news is that the Logos 4 Mac team is seeing success after success. Our shared-code strategy is working, and ensuring compatibility of both content and documents. And as the platform becomes more stable we’re seeing increased speed… Continue Reading

Logos Update Available

From the logos blog: There are hundreds of new features, improvements, and bug fixes in 4.0b, but here are some of the most significant ones: Import your notes, highlighting, favorites, and prayer lists from Libronix 3. Tomorrow’s blog post will deal with importing in detail. In the meantime, check out “Importing from LDLS 3” and… Continue Reading

Hermeneutics in the Blogosphere

After completing the brief series on existentialism and hermeneutics (pt 1, pt 2, pt 3), I noticed a few related discussion around the way worth mentioning: 1. Rod Decker interacted with the reader-response approach which Richard Hays seemed to suggest in Echoes of Scripture in the Letters of Paul (1989). 2. Ken Schenck shares an… Continue Reading

Logos 4 Review (part 2)

Logos 4 is fast…sort of I tested the speed of Logos 4 on the following two hardware configurations: Windows XP (running on Mac OSX w. Parallels)…1536MB DDR3 RAM devoted to XP, and 2.53 GHz Intel Core 2 duo processor shared between XP and Mac OSX. Windows XP (running alone)…4 GB 1067 MHz DDR3 RAM, 2.53 GHz… Continue Reading