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- Well, Logos became my lifesaver. Around 2002 I enrolled myself for a theological course near Sydney Australia. At the time I had only 1 bible. However, one of the homework demanded that we needed to look at other version of bibles not just NRSV. We were given a verse. I was taken back with this question and wondered how can I do my assignment as I had only one bible in English and the other in German (my background is Swiss - moved later to Australia). I went to the nearest theological bookshop and checked out what other bibles there are and which version could I buy. I came to a section and I read a bible software. Can't remember what it original was called. Today it is called Logos. So that saved me. I managed to provide different bibles (part of the software) and a text in vertical format and I have enjoyed Logos software ever since. I learned as a layperson and just wanted to know more than what I hear on a Sunday morning. Thanks to the team.
- I was one of the original columnists for Christian Computing Magazine started by my friend Steve Hewitt back in 1990. When it first came out, he gave me a copy of Logos on floppy disks that I might write a review of it for the magazine. I loved it so much, I've never stopped using it. Congratulations on 30 years!
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