Any way to search JUST the words of Jesus?

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Derek | Forum Activity | Posted: Wed, Jun 9 2010 10:49 PM

Any way to just search the words of Jesus?

 

Thanks

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Rosie Perera | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Jun 9 2010 10:52 PM

Yup. Use this syntax, e.g., to search for all places were Jesus uses the word "life":

words-of-christ:life

(no spaces before and after the colon)

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Derek | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Jun 9 2010 10:57 PM

Wow. Awesome. YOU ARE MY HERO!!! I've been looking at this for hours.

Is there a list of syntaxes that can be used like this?

Also - Libronix 3 and 4 compatible, or just 4?

PEACE!

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Rosie Perera | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Jun 9 2010 11:28 PM

Derek:

Wow. Awesome. YOU ARE MY HERO!!! I've been looking at this for hours.

Is there a list of syntaxes that can be used like this?

They're all listed here: http://wiki.logos.com/Search_Fields_List

See also this documentation on Search:

http://wiki.logos.com/Search_HELP

http://wiki.logos.com/Detailed_Search_Help

Derek:

Also - Libronix 3 and 4 compatible, or just 4?

Libronix (Logos 3) Search Help was quite a bit more detailed than the built-in Logos 4 help. So you should be able to find whatever stuff like that existed in Logos 3 in the Help.

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spitzerpl | Forum Activity | Replied: Thu, Jun 10 2010 2:41 AM

you can also play around with the feature listed below.

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Todd Kepschull Jr. | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Apr 29 2019 6:01 PM

That is very helpful information. How about if you want to search for the Greek word the English version represents. For example. I am looking for Jesus's use of the word "Lord," but I know it comes up as different english words in our versions. So, I search

<Lemma = lbs/el/κύριος>

I tried typing words-of-Christ beforehand = words-of-christ:<Lemma = lbs/el/κύριος> Nothing came up. Then I tried <Lemma = lbs/el/κύριος> , but I clicked "words of Christ" in the search field box—the way you showed how to do it, but nothing came up again. 

Do you know if Logos has a way to perform this function?

Thanks for you help.

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Beloved | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Apr 29 2019 6:30 PM

Todd Kepschull Jr.:

That is very helpful information. How about if you want to search for the Greek word the English version represents. For example. I am looking for Jesus's use of the word "Lord," but I know it comes up as different english words in our versions. So, I search

<Lemma = lbs/el/κύριος>

I tried typing words-of-Christ beforehand = words-of-christ:<Lemma = lbs/el/κύριος> Nothing came up. Then I tried <Lemma = lbs/el/κύριος> , but I clicked "words of Christ" in the search field box—the way you showed how to do it, but nothing came up again. 

Do you know if Logos has a way to perform this function?

Thanks for you help.

Try {Speaker <Person Jesus>} INTERSECTS <Lemma = lbs/el/κύριος>

Edit: Make sure you use a version that is a Reverse Interlinear and Welcome to the forums! Smile

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Keep Smiling 4 Jesus :) | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Apr 29 2019 9:37 PM

Todd Kepschull Jr.:

That is very helpful information. How about if you want to search for the Greek word the English version represents. For example. I am looking for Jesus's use of the word "Lord," but I know it comes up as different english words in our versions. So, I search

<Lemma = lbs/el/κύριος>

Welcome Big Smile

Search suggestion is: (English has numerous words in a variety of translations - started with Lord followed by adding others)

([field words-of-christ] God,Lord,boss,employer,he,his,king,master,owner,rich,sir,the) INTERSECTS <Lemma = lbs/el/κύριος>

Keep Smiling Smile

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mab | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Apr 30 2019 9:26 AM

Very useful search lesson. Thank you Rosie!Geeked

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