Recent Free Training Posts

Open Logos the Way It Closed

I recently received this question from a fellow Logos user: I’m often in the midst of my study when I have to close Logos to move on to other tasks for the day. Is there a way to open the program to the desktop arrangement I had when I closed the program? The answer is […]

Locate Hymns Based on Author, Title, or Lyrics

Last week’s blog answered a user’s question on how to find hymns based on a Scripture reference. Today, using a feature called field searching, we’ll locate hymns written by a specific author, with a desired title, or containing certain words. If you’re looking for a hymn, give this a go: Click the Search icon in […]

Locate Hymns Based on a Passage

My mentor years ago told me that outside of the Bible, one of the most important books to have in my library is a good hymnal (or 2 or 3 or more!). In light of that I was thrilled to recently receive the following question from a fellow Logos user: Very often hymns are based […]

Graph Bible Search Results

The old adage says a picture is worth a thousand words. Pictures many times communicate at a glance what words cannot. That can also be true of Logos searching. Imagine this scenario: we’re reading about righteousness in Romans 1:17. After searching for the Greek lemma translated righteousness, we want to see a graphic showing the […]

Add the Same Note to Different Verses

Last week’s blog focused on Notes and we’ll continue that theme this week. Sometimes as we’re studying the Bible, the insights we gain for one passage apply equally to another. For example, as we study the results of Spirit fullness in Ephesians 5:18-22 we realize they’re basically the results of the word dwelling in us […]

Move a Note from One File to Another

If you’ve been to Camp Logos, you know I’m a big cheerleader for saving our research in Notes documents. I believe this is a convenient and secure way to archive our insights into Scripture. In light of that, I was thrilled to receive the following question from a fellow Logos user: A few months ago […]

Quickly Find Eating of Meals in the New Testament

A fellow Logos user recently posted the following question on a Logos blog: Is there a way to find every time there is eating / a meal in the New Testament?  I think there is a lot of activity that goes on around a table or just eating. With the Bible Sense Lexicon the answer […]

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 […]