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MJ. Smith | Forum Activity | Posted: Sat, Jul 18 2015 10:42 PM

Where is the Englishman's Greek Concordance?

Rosie Perera:

Logos 4 generates an "Englishman's Concordance" report for you, so the separate resource called Englishman's Concordance is no longer needed.

Open the KJV (make sure it's the version of KJV that has reverse interlinear associated with it.  It's the one called "King James Version" not "The King James Version" or "King James Version with Apocrypha." There should be a "Display" button and an interlinear icon button on its tab if you've got the right one:

Now right click on any word in the KJV Bible, select the Lemma tab from the right-hand side of the pop-up menu, and then select Search this resource. This will find all occurrences of the underlying Greek or Hebrew word, regardless of how it is translated in English. You can show the results in various ways, but to make it look most like the Englishman's Concordance you're used to, click the Aligned button:

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Logos 5 added root to right click menu, which may find more verses than lemma search: (e.g. 2,061 verses compared to 1,814)

Greek example of lemma and root search using Aligned results

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Drag and drop to Factbook

tjebme:

In Windows you can drag and drop a selection into the Factbook.

Finding Imperatival Form of English Word

Raif:

I would like to find all imperative occurrences for all biblical words translated into English as "pray." Can someone point me to instructions on how to do this?

Thanks

Fredc:

Try this Morph Search         @V??M WITHIN pray

Dave Hooton:

Assuming you know the "biblical word" - either a Greek or Hebrew lemma, then a Morph Search is the usual method (click within the drop-down list after typing @).

Fred's suggestion (also a Morph Search) of  @V??M WITHIN pray works within a Reverse Interlinear bible like ESV, NRSV, NASB95 and has the advantage of revealing all Greek imperative words translated "pray". The Hebrew imperative is @V?M WITHIN pray

Inline Search on Greek word

James Taylor:

The easiest way to search on a greek or hebrew lemma is to find the english word in the Bible that you are interested in, Apostle in this case. Right click the word and then make sure you click on the lemma in the option column that is on the right of the right click menu. Then after clicking it, look again to the left column of the right click menu and see the option "search this resource" or "inline search this resource". Either option will produce the same results, the inline will do it right inside your Bible, and the normal method opens a search window.

What is the sequence of the Articles option in a Collections Section of a Guide?

MJ. Smith:

In the Collection section of the Passage Guide we have the same three options for sequence that we have in the Basic Search. There is also a fourth option "articles" which is in what order?

 

Eli Evans:

The "Articles" view is just a recreation of the old view that prevailed before we added the three new options. It was (and still is) in ranked order. It is called "Articles" because it only shows the article titles. This is not documented in the snazzy new help file, but should be soon.

What resources work with what morphologies?

Mike Meiser:

James:
What texts are compatible with AFAT?

Here is a link to the wiki that show a pretty comprehensive list of which resource will work with which morphology database. https://wiki.logos.com/Logos_Morphologies

Let me know if this is helpful.

Where is the BHQ Commentary?

NB.Mick:

The commentary is realized as footnotes in the apparatus, behind the blue cross symbol:

(I searched for a part of the commentary text I saw in the screenshot at another software)

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Robert M. Warren | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Jul 19 2015 10:30 AM

Thanks again for all of these valuable tip posts.

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