Finding One-Hit Wonders in the Bible

Recently a Logos blog appeared showing how to research a hapax legomenon in the Bible. This Greek phrase literally means “something said only once” and it refers to a word which appears only once in a literary context or an author’s works. The blog correctly points out that numerous hapax legomena occur in the New […]

Find Where Peter Addresses Jesus

A fellow Logos user recently presented me with the following scenario: Peter, of course, is traditionally labeled the outspoken apostle. He spoke to Jesus where others didn’t (at least based on what we have recorded). How can I find the verses in which Peter directly addressed Jesus? Great question! And actually Logos provides several ways […]

How to Hide Resources in Your Library

Recently, I received an e-mail from a seasoned Logos user who presented the following scenario: I’ve been with Logos for many years and amassed numerous resources. As I surveyed my Library I realized some of these resources I may not use. Is there a way to remove them from my Library? For various reasons you […]

Find Verses Where Paul Addresses a Topic

Imagine we’re studying Philippians 1:27-30, where Paul mentions he may or may not visit the saints in Philippi. A logical question to ask during our reading of the text is: Did Paul ever mention uncertainty in visiting other cities or churches? Executing a word search may not yield the answer because we can’t be certain […]

Reopen Last Closed Tab

With the recent release of Logos 7.8 you’ll discover a small, but very useful feature that numerous people have requested: reopen the last closed tab! Imagine you accidentally closed a resource, Guide, Factbook, or even a Search panel. You can now quickly and easily reopen it. As we say in the sports world, no harm, […]