• To say that Logos 8 is superb is an understatement. To say it is perfect is an overstatement. Functionality is superb. Learning curve is steep and understandably so. However, there does not seem to be a cohesive PLAN to soften the curve - a protocol of what to do in sequence, but just an assortment of short videos on various features. I realize this sounds simpler than it may be to produce, never-the-less, the need is there. The sermon prep feature is good. Since I am no longer a pastor, I would appreciate Logos expanding into some more items designed for writers and web developers. Perhaps my biggest gripe, and yes, it is a gripe, is the lack of flexibility of the personal books features. I have thousand$ of dollar$ of ebooks, pdfs, and other resources that would be very helpful to my studies without having to go outside Logos and import it. I know this can be done due to another research program I have, that by the way is FREE, is Qiqqa. All I have to do with it is set it to pick up any PDFs I download and it will seek them out, upload and completely index all words. At this point, I have a little over 500k pages indexed in that program. It is very quick to load functions very fast as well. Yes, I know I can convert the PDFs to docxs, and have done so with some of them. Now, another issue is your selections of books in the Pentecostal version. I did not buy it, and am disappointed at what you have chosen to include in it. I would have preferred to buy it, but because of the inferior quality of works you included, I chose the Standard version. As to speed of the program, I am not really disappointed very much in that, but perhaps that is because I'm running about a terrabyte of SSDs on top of 24 GB of ram. I think if I was on a standard hard drive, it would be slow to load, but the SSD/RAM combo makes up for a LOT of extra time... Thanks for what you're doing...
    1. Superb resources. So sad Logos has chosen not to include it in the Pentecostal/Charismatic package... WHY??? Horton is one of the classic Pentecostals...
      1. I would love to rate it, but Logos has failed to download it to my computer.
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      2. I would love to rate it but Logos has failed to download it to my computer.
        1. We apologize this is missing from your library. Please use the link below for some options for missing resources in your library. If it is still unavailable please contact our support team at cs@logos.com or 1-800-875-6467.
      3. 30 years ago, I taught Pentecostal/Charismatic Movement, and I am amazed at the microscopic view you have of Pentecostal resources available even then. What about Richard Quebedeaux, Stanley Horton, William Menzies, NOTHING FROM GOSPEL PUBLISHING HOUSE or other reputable Pentecostal/Charismatic publishers.- This is a charade. To call this a set of resources on the Pentecostal/Charismatic Movement is one of two things. Either it is put together by someone who is either anti-pentecostal and has let his bias rule his ethics, or by someone who is ignorant of Pentecostal Theological Resources plainly available, or it is an attempt to present Pentecostals/Charismatics as country bumpkins who have never even had a basic course in Pneumatology. For all the resources you provide for other theological disciplines, you need to be ashamed to put this program set out for sale. It seems obviously biased against those of us who are Pentecostal and have even slight familiarity with Pentecostal resources available. Strong words? YES for a very poor job collecting a set of resources and promoting them as equivalent to other theological disciplinary resource packages. Significantly disappointed in your ability/willingness to put together even a rudimentary package...
        1. Thank you for takng the time to write this review. We are always looking for ways to improve our products and your comments will go a long way. In the future we hop to expand on the exisiting library. Thank you and I will pass this along to the team.
        2. Has anything changed about this in the last 10 months? I don't see any evidence that Logos cares.
        3. Evidently they don't... I'm sure Mari Nunez passed the comments on to "the team." But either they were unwilling or unable to make any substantive changes... Sad...