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  • New Feature: Sentence Types of the Old Testament Dataset

    What Is It? The Sentence Types of the Old Testament Dataset documents everywhere there is a declarative, interrogative, or imperatival sentence within Genesis, Exodus, Joshua, Judges, Ruth, and Psalms. (Annotation of more Old Testament books is planned for future releases.) How It Works? You can access this data from the context menu, search query,
    Posted to Logos Now by Jacob Cerone on Thu, Mar 23 2017
  • New Feature: Speech Acts of the Old Testament

    What Is It? The Speech Acts of the Old Testament Dataset annotates the books of Genesis, Exodus, Joshua, Judges, Ruth, and Psalms* in an attempt to capture the volition or intent of the speaker or the writer. When we speak, we do things with our language, and this dataset attempts to capture that volition or intention. For example: a pastor can utter
    Posted to Logos Now by Jacob Cerone on Thu, Mar 23 2017
  • Re: Clementine Vulgate with Disambiguated Morphology and Reverse Interlinear

    Thanks for point this out. I've updated the title accordingly.
    Posted to Logos 7 by Jacob Cerone on Thu, Aug 25 2016
  • Re: Clementine Vulgate with Disambiguated Morphology and Reverse Interlinear

    David, I apologize that things may not have been clear in my original post, and I hope that my edit clarified it. Nevertheless, I realize that there may still be some confusion. We have aligned Psalms with the LXX because the translator of the Clementine Vulgate used the book of Psalms from the LXX instead of the Hebrew text, not because it is a part
    Posted to Logos 7 by Jacob Cerone on Tue, Aug 23 2016
  • Re: Clementine Vulgate with Disambiguated Morphology and Reverse Interlinear

    [quote user="David Knoll"] [quote user="Jacob Cerone"]The Apocryphal and Deuterocanonical portions have been aligned with the LXX.[/quote] Am I to understand that in the opinion of Logos the book of Psalms is now part of the Apocrypha and has been degraded to the level of Deuterocanon? [/quote] You are not, that was an edit that didn't take but has
    Posted to Logos 7 by Jacob Cerone on Tue, Aug 23 2016
  • Clementine Vulgate with Disambiguated Morphology and Reverse Interlinear

    What Is It? The Clementine Vulgate has now been updated with disambiguated morphology and an interlinear that has been aligned with the Hebrew Old Testament and the Greek New Testament. The Apocryphal and Deuterocanonical portions have been aligned with the LXX. How It Works? Open the Clementine Vulgate and scroll over any of the words. The tooltip
    Posted to Logos 7 by Jacob Cerone on Tue, Aug 23 2016
  • New Feature: Bible Browser

    The Bible Browser presents Logos curated data in a new, easy to find manner. Whereas creating complicated search queries to answer specific questions is a huge advantage of Logos' search engine, some people either just don't know where to start or have difficulties constructing the appropriate search syntax. The Bible Browser looks to solve this problem
    Posted to Logos 7 by Jacob Cerone on Mon, Aug 22 2016
  • Re: New Feature: Sermon Editor

    [quote user="Tim Hensler"] This is a Logos Now function. All the lines marked with an asterisk at https://community.logos.com/forums/t/129206.aspx require Logos Now (including Sermon Editor). [/quote] The asterisk in that post represents features new to the Logos 7 release.
    Posted to Logos 7 by Jacob Cerone on Mon, Aug 22 2016
  • Re: New Feature: Sermon Editor

    [quote user="Jonathan"]I noticed that your screenshot is exposing another new document type that is not available in Logos 7.[/quote] I apologize for the confusion. That document is a tool that we are currently developing and working on. It is not a part of Logos 7. I have removed that screenshot and updated accordingly.
    Posted to Logos 7 by Jacob Cerone on Mon, Aug 22 2016
  • Re: New Feature: Quickstart Layouts

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] Your screen shot is out of date with regards to the order of the layouts I believe. Mine are: Quickstart Layouts Homepage Layouts Saved Layouts [/quote] Thanks, MJ! The screenshot has been updated.
    Posted to Logos 7 by Jacob Cerone on Sun, Aug 21 2016
  • New Feature: Quickstart Layouts

    QuickStart layouts are predefined layout templates, not unlike the existing Home Page layouts. To access the predefined layouts, go to Layouts at the top right of the screen and click. Near the bottom left hand side of the panel, you will see this option: With these layouts, you can click to open an out of the box layout that will let you preform the
    Posted to Ephesus by Jacob Cerone on Sat, Aug 20 2016
  • New Feature: Hebrew Grammatical Constructions

    What is it? This new dataset identifies grammatical constructions in the Old Testament and finds other occurrences of the construction in the Bible. Example: Find all the tripartite nominal clauses in the Hebrew OT. How does it work? This dataset labels all instances of tripartite nominal clauses, verbless clauses, root pairs, weak verbs, geminate verbs
    Posted to Ephesus by Jacob Cerone on Sat, Aug 20 2016
  • New Features: Speech Acts

    What Is It? The Speech Acts Dataset annotates the New Testament text in an attempt to capture the volition or intent of the speaker or the writer. When we speak, we do things with our language, and this dataset attempts to capture that volition or intention. For example: a pastor can utter the short sentence “I pronounce you husband and wife,”
    Posted to Ephesus by Jacob Cerone on Sat, Aug 20 2016
  • New Feature: An Empty Tomb

    What Is It? An Empty Tomb interactive combines historical evidence with spiritual reflection in one resource. Take a tour of a first century empty Jewish tomb, gain a greater understanding of burial practices from the biblical world, and grasp the spiritual significance of this ancient ritual and site. How It Works? Navigate to the tools menu, open
    Posted to Ephesus by Jacob Cerone on Sat, Aug 20 2016
  • New Feature: Sentence Types of the New Testament Dataset

    What Is It? The Sentence Types of the Bible Dataset documents everywhere there is a declarative, interrogative, or imperatival sentence within the New Testament. How It Works? You can access this data from the context menu, search query, or the information pane. The search syntax for this data set is provided below: Declarative: {Section <Sentence
    Posted to Ephesus by Jacob Cerone on Sat, Aug 20 2016
  • New Feature: Longacre Genre Analysis

    What Is It? The Longacre Genre Analysis Dataset employs Robert Longacre’s categories of discourse genre, as detailed in his The Grammar of Discourse , to the pericopes of the Old and New Testaments. We have adapted Longacre’s taxonomy of four main genres, each having two sub-genres according to the needs of the project. They are listed below
    Posted to Ephesus by Jacob Cerone on Sat, Aug 20 2016
  • New Feature: Exploring Biblical Manuscripts

    What Is It? Textual criticism is a complex field, especially when it comes to analyzing extant manuscripts and grasping the importance of these ancient documents. With the biblical manuscript educational interactive, you’ll discover how many manuscripts are still available to us, when and how they were composed, which ones are most important,
    Posted to Ephesus by Jacob Cerone on Sat, Aug 20 2016
  • New Feature: Sermon Editor

    What is it? A new “Sermon” document type that can be created and opened from the Documents menu. This document defines a set of document-like artifacts that cluster around single speech presentation given during a church service. These artifacts are: The text of the sermon, which for some scenarios will simply be the body of the speaker’s
    Posted to Ephesus by Jacob Cerone on Sat, Aug 20 2016
  • New Feature: Figurative Language

    What Is It? The New Testament is full of figurative language, including metaphor , simile , metonymy as well as other types of non-literal expressions. Figurative language is deeply meaningful, but it is often either overlooked, or difficult to understand (John 16:29). The Lexham Figurative Language of the New Testament Dataset (FLD) solves this problem
    Posted to Ephesus by Jacob Cerone on Sat, Aug 20 2016
  • New Feature: Guided Learning Tool

    The Guided Learning Tool is designed to be a planning tool for structuring your study of certain books or topics. Like reading plans, learning plans help you systematically work through content. Select from one of our pre-built learning plans an area you'd like to learn more about and the pace you'd like to go through the content. The Guided Learning
    Posted to Ephesus by Jacob Cerone on Sat, Aug 20 2016
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