- Pros: One of the features I was looking forward to most in Logos 9 was this manuscript feature. My desire was to use it in sharing the gospel with others so as to prove to authenticity of the New Testament manuscripts and have them handy. Does give me some papyri and I love that the institution who holds it is mentioned as well as the date of the text. very useful knowledge. Cons: When you go to click on an image your sent to different websites. Note: manuscripts online do take a while to load so be aware of that. my internet is 50mb. In its current form this resource is a skeleton resource. it is not much different from the online manuscript option which you can view after searching for a verse in the go box within Logos. Recommendation: Update this resource to include ALL papyri, all ancient manuscripts not just from the Greek New Testament but from the Old Testament, Outside the Bible and all papyri, inscriptions, medieval, scrolls, documents, and texts from all world religions and all time periods and have it all within Logos software. this make searching faster and the ability to have primary texts in a moment. Finally have a transliteration next to the primary texts in English or whatever language you have Logos in.
- very helpful in the way it is laid out. by that I mean in each subject it lists the :Old Testament then : New Testament : Ancient Near Eastern World : Greco-Roman World :Jewish world :Christian world I absolutely love this format. it makes it incredibly easy to find what your looking for and also has a good bibliography for further study. Is it worth the money? I'd say it feels like a mini expansion pack to the Anchor Yale Dictionary. I think it's worth it for what you get. Originally I thought there was not enough content but it does contain a decent amount.