Logos Bible Software
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- Tell your family and friends about our free version of Logos 9 software! Get Logos 9 Basic here: http://bit.ly/3tEgbpELogos 9 Basic—Free Bible SoftwareLogos 9 Basic is free Bible software that helps you discover life-changing biblical truths wherever you are. Study Scripture and consult commentaries, devotionals, Bible dictionaries, and more—all from your computer, tablet, or phone.bit.ly
- Is it possible to hyperlink to MS Word documents from my computer to notes in Logos 8? I cannot seem to locate an article online or in the help manual for this (seemly) simple task. Note: I did create a hyperlink in Word to the document and inserted it into link window in the logos notebook, but it will not work.
- How can I add a new web link to my web folder in the short cuts bar thanks for the help I have done this before need a little help?
- Is there a way to sign out of Logos on an IPhone 11?
- Thanks something for the technical field to work on. My wife is Korean so we have separate accounts as I don’t read Korean.
- You could try using separate apps - one using the Logos app and the other the Verbum one
- Thank you Graham that works never would had thought of doing that.
- I need some help. I was working in a notebook and had two notes prepared then I was trying to copy a picture into the notebook and poof my notes are gone I opened Doc’s and clicked on the garbage can but nothing was deleted I tried to search but had no luck as I didn’t anchor any Bible reference to my notes.
- Sorry to hear you are having problems. The Doc menu garbage can doesn't contain delated notes. Try: * opening the Notes Tool * open the Facet panel on the left * click the Trash button at the bottom. Deleted notes will be found there - but as you didn't actually manually delete, they might not be present.
- Thank you Graham I found my note somehow they were no longer in a notebook but I got them back so relieved a whole lot of typing I don’t have to do.
- Can someone from Logos/Faithlife please give an update of the status of the Hebrews Verse by Verse commentary? It was supposed to ship on 9/8, but doesn't seem to have done so. Thanks. https://www.logos.com/product/205003/hebrews-verse-by-verseHebrews Verse by Verse (Osborne New Testament Commentaries)In Hebrews Verse by Verse, the late Grant R. Osborne, with George H. Guthrie, shows readers how this beautifully crafted letter encourages believers to endure in faithfulness to Jesus. By using Scripture and theology to lay the foundation for these exhortations, the central message of Hebrews continues to be relevant for the church today. Osborne’s commentary delves into the grand implications of Christ’s identity and its importance for our spiritual lives.www.logos.com
- Faithlife Equip - Faithlife Equip Admins - FaithlifeUsing Logos 9 Desktop I am creating a passage list and want to share the list, but the share button is grayed out. How do I share a passage list?faithlife.com
- Hi Tony Just checking - is it the share button outlined in red in my screenshot that is grey for you? Graham
- Hello Logos/FL folks! Today I was trying to use Refly for the following scripture: Zech 7:1-8:23, but Refly gives me this link: https://ref.ly/Zc7.18.23 which does not work. Should Refly be able to manage a reference like I was using? Thanks! Phil Gons (Faithlife), Jim Straatman, Adam Borries (Faithlife)ref.ly | Transform Bible verses into short linksTransform Bible references into short URL and enhance your Twitter and Facebook updates.ref.ly
- The Strack/Billerbeck Commentary on the Talmud and Midrash is currently available in pre-pub with 3 volumes, presumably corresponding to the 3 print volumes that deal with Matthew through Revelation. However, the German print edition currently runs to 6 volumes, including (in volume 5/6) invaluable indexes of rabbinic sources, scribal names, and geographical place names (https://www.chbeck.de/buecher/reihen-wissenschaft/kommentar-zum-neuen-testament-aus-talmud-und-midrasch/). Could consideration be given to including the indexes in the Logos English edition, as they would be extremely simple to translate?Kommentar zum Neuen Testament aus Talmud und Midraschwww.chbeck.de
Jacob Cerone — EditedThe three volumes on pre-pub indeed correspond to the commentary on Matthew through Revelation. Volume 4 (parts one and two) have not (yet) been translated. I write in the Editor's Preface: "The heart of the work has always been the verse-by-verse commentary and not the excurses in volume 4. For this reason, the publisher of the English edition has decided to leave the excurses untranslated for the time being. Within the commentary, references to the titles of the excurses have been translated in the event that volume 4 is someday published in English (see page xviii for a list of the excurses included in volume 4)." Regarding volume 5/6, as I am sure you are aware, this volume was not the work of Strack or Billerbeck but instead Joachim Jeremias and Kurt Adolph. The sixth edition of this volume was published in 1979, and therefore would require obtaining the rights to use it. While this is only a minor problem, since it could be created anew based on the translation, without reference to the already existing index, the bigger problem is the question of whether the excurses will be translated in the future. The index couldn't reasonably be created until the excurses have been translated, if they are ever translated. Also, with Strack Billerbeck in the digital Logos format, the books can be indexed easily with the concordance tool. I hope this helps answer your question and I hope you enjoy the translation of Strack-Billerbeck when it is released! Best, Jacob
- I appreciate this wonderfully precise and illuminating explanation. Yes, using the software-based search utility is a good alternative (and one that I employ regularly with the Logos Mishnah, Tosefta, and Gemaras). I look forward to the release of Strack-Billerbeck; thank you for undertaking this important translation project.
- Wayneford McFarlane, Reposting this here for better visibility. I heard from a member of the Logos team and they may need a bit more clarity from you. Any of the videos from Faithlife usually update on a daily basis, but would automatically be updated when the program is next opened. It'd help the team if you could perhaps grab a screenshot of the section/images/videos of what your referring to for them to better clarify.
- Sean Metcalfe...one of the finest tech support guy in the business...does a fantastic job...his work has helped my ministry out quite a bit. thanks Sean!
- Help! I Need to Restore a Logos Notebook that I accidentally deleted. Is there a way to restore a deleted Notebook? I just lost about 50 documents I had created in the notebook. Very frustrating. There were recent highlighted verses showing up in my notebook, so I selected one of the highlights and clicked the 3-dots next to New Note and clicked delete and my entire notebook deleted. Please let me know if there is a way this can be restored. If not, then I don't have any future need of Logos and will go back to taking notes in Pages. Surely it is in a backup or something? Desperate, Dave
- Thanks Brian I'll give a try and pray it works. That is the Notebook that you mentioned.
Dave Hill — EditedAmen! It recovered perfectly! 114 Notes not 50. Thanks so much Brian Burkhart (Faithlife)! Out of curiosity how long do the deleted items stay in documents.logos.com? I see some deleted notes back to 2018 so that gives me great comfort! Thank You, Lord. and Thank you Brian.
Rev. Kevin Obermeyer — EditedIf you click the Documents menu tab within the Logos app, the Trash icon is on the lower left corner of the dropdown. Simpler than trying to type a web address. I don't think they are permanently deleted unless you do that yourself, though don't quote me on that, lol. Blessings!