Recent Free Training Posts

Fit Events in a Timeline

Seeing a biblical or world event in its historical context can certainly aid our understanding of the event. Toward the end of discovering historical context, Logos Bible Software provides the tool appropriately called Timeline. Today’s blog is devoted to a small feature within the Timeline which assists us in viewing relevant events in the current […]

Record Verses from a Book

If you’re like I am, as you’re reading a meaty book such as a theology or hermeneutics resource, you’re paying close attention to the biblical passages the author includes in each chapter. Often as we reread the verses, we’re reviewing the content of each chapter. Toward that end, in today’s blog I’ll show you an […]

Copy a Logos Document

In a recent blog I erroneously communicated we could not make copies of Logos files. I was thinking of the absence of that feature on the Documents menu, but I totally forgot about making copies at documents.logos.com. So in this blog, I’ll correct the record and show you how to copy a Logos file: Choose […]

Discover English Translations of a Hebrew Word

In his FaithlifeTV lecture series, The Unseen Realm, Dr. Mike Heiser noted that the Hebrew word elohim, most often translated God, nonetheless is translated other ways in our English Bibles. With my curiosity peeked, I wanted to discover those English translations of this Hebrew word. Even though there are several ways in Logos to accomplish this […]

Locate Examples of the Granville Sharp Rule

At a recent Camp Logos an attendee asked: What is the search query for locating examples of the Granville Sharp rule? If you’re unfamiliar with this Greek construction, I’ll show you below how to get some information about it. The good news is there is a search query for finding examples. The better news is […]

Display Bible Verses in List Form

Most Bibles are written in paragraph form with verse numbers buried in the paragraphs. That can make finding verse numbers a little challenging as we exegete a passage verse by verse. That’s what prompted a fellow Logs user to email me the following question: I primarily use the KJV and the NKJV in sermon preparation. […]

“Just Looking” with the Bible Browser

Like many Christians during this season, I’ve been rereading the Christmas story in Matthew and Luke. Of course, in Matthew we find the Magi visiting Jesus at some point after his birth. Famously they testified, we saw his star when it rose. Without getting into the specifics of what the star may have been, I […]

Create a Slideshow with Sermon Editor

As you well know Logos Bible Software is huge with many features. Depending on your wants and methods of study and lesson preparation, you may not need all that Logos has to offer. So I always tell people at Camp Logos, Use what you need, but always try to explore more available options. You may […]

Send an Outline to a Sermon Document

In Logos 7 standard base packages Gold and above, you’ll discover numerous sermon outline books. While I’m not a big fan of “borrowing” other people’s messages, sometimes we may come across an outline that we want to use as a skeleton for a sermon, lesson, or devotional. There’s now a feature in our software that […]

Slides and Outline Views in Sermon Editor

I certainly hope you’ve discovered and are enjoying the Logos 7 Sermon Editor! This “multi-document creating word processor” continues to expand with new and improved features. The recent release of Logos 7.10 contains 2 big new enhancements: Slides View and Outline View. To view (and subsequently export) just the slides in the document: Click the […]