Logos Bible software is by far the best bible software on the planet. I love the way it makes doing research and sermon preparation easy. It is jammed with great resources and tools to make a preacher's life easy when it comes to getting ready for Sunday morning. I wonder if Faithlife can let us test drive the "Collectors Edition" like they did for the "Platinum Edition". That would be awesome!
- I definitely agree with you very much. Also check out "E-Sword" down loadable software. It's free and a great assistant to Logos.
- If you are using e-Sword, may I suggest that you probably do not know Logos very well. While understanding all the features of Logos may be a bit of a challenge, there is not much it cannot do. Get the manuals from Morris Proctor and systematically work through them and you will have a far greater understanding of the program.
- The good: The software engine is free. The bad: Since, it is not cross-platform, you are restricted to how you can use the program. Tthe library of premium modules are growing. Yet, because so many user-made modules have been made that were originally copyrighted, publishers are not that excited to produce content for e-Sword. Read more at http://www.patheos.com/blogs/jimerwin/2014/05/22/top-10-bible-study-software-programs/#44hrmfdpI5XDFRep.99