Logos Bible Software
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Logos Bible Software is the world's leading tool for digital Bible study, and a product of Faithlife.
- — EditedFUZZY BIBLE SEARCH | Question of the Week from Logos Pro Training What are some classic mis-quotations of the Bible you’ve run into? Watch the video to see how Logos leverages the power of all our rich Bible data to find that verse you just can’t quite recall. Ready to try Logos 7? TAKE $50 OFF! New users can use coupon code QOTWSTARTER to get $50 off your order of Logos 7 Starter! (If you already have a Logos package, you’ll get $25 towards an upgrade to Starter.) Starter includes tools like Fuzzy Search and a theological library of almost 100 resources to help you take the next step in Bible study. This is just our way of saying “thanks” for joining us for training this summer. But don’t wait—this offer is only good until Aug 25! Get Logos 7 Starter: http://bit.ly/2x2eeFE Video Link: https://faithlifetv.com/media/380002
- Don't miss our Facebook Live session with Dr. Darrell Bock tomorrow at 1 PM PDT! You'll be able to view the live stream, ask questions, and participate in the event on the Logos Facebook page. You can join in here: http://bit.ly/2w8bWZ4
- WHAT’S IN A NAME? | Question of the Week from Logos Pro Training How do the names of the people in the opening verses of Ruth set the stage for the story? Watch the video, and share an insight from names in another Bible story you’ve read recently. Recommended Resources: * The Exhaustive Dictionary of Bible Names : http://bit.ly/2uqbHbn * The Dictionary of Biblical Imagery: http://bit.ly/2uH4A9E * The IVP Dictionary of the Old Testament Bundle Upgrade: http://bit.ly/2vQ3iyb Study Questions: * How does Jonah’s name shed light on his story? * What story have you read lately? What is revealed by the characters’ names? Watch the video below and leave your answers to the study questions in the comments: http://bit.ly/2wuPAxU
- — EditedSEARCH ANALYSIS | Question of the Week from Logos Pro Training What clues does the New Testament give about how church leadership should be structured? Watch the video, and comment with your own conclusions. Recommended Resources: - Who Runs the Church?: 4 Views on Church Government: http://bit.ly/2wbelz4 - Perspectives on Church Government: Five Views of Church Polity: http://bit.ly/2wpE6e8 - Alexander Strauch Church Leadership Series (8 vols.): http://bit.ly/2hqY4mb Study Question: Why do editors of popular versions sometimes translate the singular Greek word for “elder” as “elders?” Look through the passages mentioned in the video (Luke 22:66, Acts 22:5, and 1 Tim. 4:14) to investigate. Watch the video below and be sure to write your answers in the comments below: http://bit.ly/2waV6p6
- Hey Guys, I have enrolled in an online seminary and am very much looking forward to utilising my Logos software package more effectively. I wondered If Faithlife was ever considering the creation of an online learning platform integrated into Logos that can be utilised by such institutions. Such a platform would have additional windows that could display live of prerecorded presentations from the professor, a window for the powerpoint presentation, and a window for student interaction (perhaps utilising the Faithlife groups platform). Logos could also help with packaged offers for the institutions required reading library.
- — EditedROOT WORD STUDY | Question of the Week from Logos Pro Training What does diákonos teach about the nature of ministry? Watch the video below, and comment with your answers to the study questions. Recommended Resources: - Logos 7 Gold: http://bit.ly/2tExcoC - Exegetical Fallacies: http://bit.ly/2uS8hgS - Greek for the Rest of Us: http://bit.ly/2uRCBIt - Mobile Ed: Learn to Use Biblical Greek and Hebrew with Logos 6: http://bit.ly/2twBY3n - Eerdmans' Theological Dictionary Bundle: http://bit.ly/2uTJxEu Study Questions: 1. Find the root for νόμος (nomos), the Greek word for “law.” Do any of the related words surprise you? 2. What are the dangers of using root words in exegesis? How do you avoid them? Watch the video below, then share your answers to the study questions in the comments. http://bit.ly/2tEwwzA