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  • Interactive Media: Morphology Charts

    What is it? Find every time a specific lemma formation is used throughout the Greek New Testament. Enter the lemma, and the Morphology Charts populate an interactive chart that shows all the forms that lemma takes on in the New Testament, along with their frequency. How does it work? Explore all of the different forms of Greek lemmas and better understand
    Posted to Logos 6 by Jonathan J Watson on Fri, Oct 24 2014
  • Interactive Media: Israelite Feasts and Sacrifices

    What is it? The Ancient Feasts ans Sacrifices and interactive is a chart that visualizez how the ancient Israelite calendar compares to our modern calendar. How does it work? Ancient feasts and sacrifices are a biblical staple, yet, their purpose and meaning can get lost in translation. The new interactive Table of Feasts and Sacrifices compares ancient
    Posted to Logos 6 by Jonathan J Watson on Fri, Oct 24 2014
  • Interactive Media: Interactive Infographics from the Faithlife Study Bible

    What is it? Logos 6’s new Interactive Infographics are text book illustrations come to life. Get a front row seat to ancient armor, temples, altars, and more! Zoom in on a 3D rendering of Solomon’s Temple and explore its rooms and furniture. Dissect each element of the armor of God with a custom rendering that includes descriptions and drawings of his
    Posted to Logos 6 by Jonathan J Watson on Fri, Oct 24 2014
  • Interactive Media: Hebrew Cantillations

    What is it? The Cantillation Marks interactive resource makes it easy for users to identify the breaks in each line of the Hebrew text. In addition to accents marks, the Masoretic Text of the Hebrew Bible includes special marks that separate the major units of each line in the Hebrew Bible. The marks identify disjunctives (separations between words
    Posted to Logos 6 by Jonathan J Watson on Fri, Oct 24 2014
  • Interactive Media: Greek Alphabet Tutor

    What is it? With Logos 6, learning to read and write Greek is easier than ever! This new interactive resource shows you how to write and pronounce Greek words, and is perfect for anyone wanting to master the basics of the original languages. How does it work? Select any letter—from alpha to omega—and you’ll be shown how to write it in upper and lowercase
    Posted to Logos 6 by Jonathan J Watson on Fri, Oct 24 2014
  • Interactive Media: Psalms Explorer

    What is it? Explore all 150 Psalms like never before. With the new interactive Psalm Explorer you can find the answers you need quickly by filtering the Psalms by genre, structure, author, and theme. Discover every Psalm written by David, all the Psalms about trust, Psalms for weddings, and much more. How does it work? Doing a research paper or Bible
    Posted to Logos 6 by Jonathan J Watson on Fri, Oct 24 2014
  • Interactive Media: Counting the Ten Commandments

    What is it? The ways in which a person or group organizes The Ten Commandments speaks volumes about their theology. With this new Interactive tool, quickly compare the differences across religious groups to see how their order and interpretations of the Ten Commandments vary. How does it work? Compare Hebrew, Reformed, and Catholic interpretations with
    Posted to Logos 6 by Jonathan J Watson on Fri, Oct 24 2014
  • Interactive Media: Canon Comparison

    What is it? Better understand the history of the Bible with the Canon Comparison tool. With a click, discover the canonical differences between religious traditions and how the Bible evolved throughout history. Compare the books in the Orthodox canon to the Roman Catholic canon, explore ancient canon lists, like the Muratorian canon and Origen canon
    Posted to Logos 6 by Jonathan J Watson on Fri, Oct 24 2014
  • Interactive Media: Biblical Event Navigator

    What is it? Explore key biblical events in chronological order. This new Interactive Media resource arranges major Bible events and allows you to zoom in to drill down to specific events, or zoom out for a broad overview. What does it do? Glance through the chronological list, and you’ll see the event title, its Bible reference, and a link to open the
    Posted to Logos 6 by Jonathan J Watson on Fri, Oct 24 2014
  • Interactive Media: Bible Outline Browser

    What is it? Start your next sermon or Bible study with the Bible Outline Browser and investigate how scholars outline biblical books and passages. This new tool brings together all of the Bible outlines across your library, and lets you search through them all in one place. How does it work? Explore popular ways of breaking up and interpreting the text
    Posted to Logos 6 by Jonathan J Watson on Fri, Oct 24 2014
  • Interactive Media: Ancient Inscriptions

    What is it? Evidence of the biblical world is scattered throughout ancient locations. This new interactive resource lets you explore these locations with easy-to-use, animated maps. Zoom in and out of locations where ancient inscriptions were found. Hover over places and artifacts for short descriptions, and see how these inscriptions impacted Scripture
    Posted to Logos 6 by Jonathan J Watson on Fri, Oct 24 2014
  • Interactive Media: Before and After Biblical Sites

    What is it? Compare modern archaeological sites with reconstructions of what they looked like in ancient times. How does it work? Simply move the slider back and forth across an image and view the differences between biblical and modern times. This interactive includes two images overlaid on top of one another with a slider to “windowshade” the top
    Posted to Logos 6 by Jonathan J Watson on Fri, Oct 24 2014
  • New Feature: Ancient Literature

    What does it do? No other text has had a greater influence on Western thought than the Bible. Biblical references and allusions are ubiquitous throughout ancient texts, yet these primary sources are difficult to find and even harder to connect to Scripture. Until now, making connections across ancient literature and Scripture has been an arduous, time
    Posted to Logos 6 by Jonathan J Watson on Fri, Oct 24 2014
  • New Feature: Ask the Author

    What is it? Share your thoughts and questions on any book or author, and get responses from fellow Logos users (sometimes the author will respond, too!). Ask the Author empowers you to better understand the text and broaden your perspective. *Only available while connected to the Internet. What does it do? The Ask the Author tool connects users more
    Posted to Logos 6 by Jonathan J Watson on Fri, Oct 24 2014
  • New Feature: Atlas

    What is it? Atlas is an online mapping tool for the biblical world. With this new tool, you can explore biblical narratives in their geographical context. Get new maps with powerful functionality—including zoom options and panning. How does it work? Contextualize Scripture and better understand its stories. Atlas puts biblical narratives in context
    Posted to Logos 6 by Jonathan J Watson on Fri, Oct 24 2014
  • New Feature: Books.Logos.com

    What is it? Books.Logos.com provides you with access to over 8,000 hard-to-find theological resources. We visited some of the best theological libraries in America and scanned thousands of classic works into our system, making rare, yet revolutionary Christian texts available to everyone. How does it work? Simply enter your search into the new Everything
    Posted to Logos 6 by Jonathan J Watson on Fri, Oct 24 2014
  • New Feature: Clause Participants Section

    What is it? Go beyond simple syntax and explore Scripture’s underlying meaning: the Clause Participants Section classifies people, places, and things by how they relate to the action of the clause—not just its sentence structure. Discover how people, places, and things occur in a clause, both grammatically and semantically. We've upgraded clause participants
    Posted to Logos 6 by Jonathan J Watson on Fri, Oct 24 2014
  • New Features: Community Tags

    What is it? Community Tagging allows the same type of disambiguation and identification supplied by the Biblical Referents Dataset to be used in all resources in your library. You have the power to tag nouns and phrases with any person, place, thing, event and more. For example, in a commentary, you can tag "Cephas", "Peter", and "Simon Bar-Jonah" as
    Posted to Logos 6 by Jonathan J Watson on Fri, Oct 24 2014
  • New Feature: Cultural Concepts

    What is it? Get a better understanding of concepts that were common to the biblical world. The new Cultural Concepts tool identifies over 1,000 cultural concepts across the Bible, like religious activities, food, music, birth and death practices, marriage rituals, and economic structures, then connects these concepts to the literature that surrounded
    Posted to Logos 6 by Jonathan J Watson on Fri, Oct 24 2014
  • New Feature: Everything Search

    What is it? The new Everything Search sweeps through your entire library, bringing together all your high-powered search tools under one roof. Search a verse, concept, word—anything—and Everything Search returns an easy-to-use list of results. From this one tool, access the Factbook, relevant resources, Bible verses, media, maps, original-language data
    Posted to Logos 6 by Jonathan J Watson on Fri, Oct 24 2014
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