Cross References for Topics

One of the most popular types of Bible study enjoyed by many Christians is cross reference work. Toward that end, most English Bibles provide some cross references right inline with the biblical text. If, you enjoy this method of Bible investigation, you may find those imbedded cross references limited. So if you’d like to look […]

Display a Verse from All Bibles

Recently I was reading Revelation 3.20 in the ESV where Jesus says: Behold, I stand at the door and knock. If anyone hears my voice and opens the door, I will come in to him and eat with him, and he with me. I noticed being used is the phrase in to rather than the […]

Record Your Answers in Logos Resources

Have you noticed that much of our learning takes places through a question and answer model? When I became a Christian disciple in college, my pastor began mentoring me with the Design for Discipleship series from The Navigators. Using study guides filled with questions, I would read the Scripture and then record my answers in […]

See Synonyms in Bible Word Study

A Logos user recently presented me with this scenario: As I was reading Luke 4:5 where Satan showed Jesus the kingdoms of the world, I was a little surprised to notice the Greek word for world was not “kosmos”, the word normally used for “world” in the New Testament. Is there a quick way to […]