- Lots of good information, but be careful of decidedly liberal leanings. For example, in describing the Pentecost in Christian tradition, the options range from Acts 2 being a "relatively accurate account" to a "literary creation" by Luke. Only one source is cited for the former (Bruce), while much support is given for the other positions. Disappointing to say the least.
- I love BDAG and searching in Logos is easy and fast, but I wish the formatting could be improved. A solid column of Greek, English, and bold Scripture references jumbled together in one pile under every entry seems archaic, rough, ugly, and unnecessary. Copy an entry into a text editor and break it into a bulleted list by sentence and see how effortlessly and naturally your eye scans the column of information. It is actually a pleasant experience.
- Why doesn't Logos offer Alva McClain's "The Greatness of the Kingdom"?
- Electronic please! And most of the topics listed under the training appear to be very basic. I won't pay for this kind of information. I second Jesse's comment. John Fallahee's training will probably provide what you're looking for if you want to go beyond the basics and get more out of the software.