I am new to logos. I just bought the collectors addition a few months ago. It seems I have tons of works in my library that will last several lifetimes. I am a heavy reader. I am now overwhelmed. I have not learned Greek or Hebrew yet. I have learned some words. The Basics and the pronunciation they have in the logos program. All the money I spent frustrated me that it did not have the Hebrew audio pronunciation. I had to buy it separate, You would think after all the money I spent they would included it like they did the Greek one was among my library. My question is the learning how to use Greek and Hebrew with your Logos library. Was it available for another later version...4? Is it worth to buy this resource or not. I am at the beginning of my Masters of Divinity degree and I plan to be a professor of ancient theology and Christian history. My professors want me to have some familiarization with Greek and Hebrew and if I don't they will have me take about two to three classes each ancient language. If somebody could answer my questions and some advice I would be very appreciative. Thank you. Be Blessed in Him.
- Greetings, Austin. Given your professional goals, I would advise you to take a full formal course in Greek at least. You might then want to consider Latin as another ancient language. These two would position you well for being a professor of early Christian theology. I've had the older version of this particular product sitting on my desk for about two years and I just started watching some of the videos today. I need to get further into it before I can have an opinion, but I do know the two gentlemen who created the content and did the filming, and they're both really solid. At the very least, the older version of this will give you a good overview of the basics of Greek and Hebrew and some pointers on how to begin to incorporate this into your study of Scripture -- but, as I said above, I think you'll want more in the way of Greek given your career goals.