Personalize Your Home Page

If you’re like most Logos users, your first introduction to your software each day is the Home Page filled with lots of information encouraging Bible study through various means. After using your program for a while, however, you may desire a more customized look to this opening pane. If so, here are some practical hints […]

Oldies but Goodies

Having been a Logos user for nearly 20 years now, I sometimes forget new users are added to the Logos fellowship every day. What is old news to a veteran could be the shortcut that saves a rookie valuable time. So this blog is devoted to a few of my favorite shortcuts in hopes that […]

Quickly “Diagram” a Biblical Passage

In an ideal world you and I would fluently read Hebrew and Greek, the original languages of Scripture. If so, we’d be able to quickly see original language details found in words and grammar. If, however, we primarily rely just on our English Bibles, we may miss some details which are lost in translation. Numerous […]

Start Bible Study with Observation

Traditionally, Bible study consists of three primary phases: Observation – Ask questions. Interpretation – Answer questions. Application – Apply answers. In observation we’re instructed to read the text numerous times from various Bibles while asking the journalistic questions: Who? What? When? Where? Why? How? During this initial reading we’re not supposed to know all the […]