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Logos 6 Is Here

Logos 6Logos Bible Software rolled out the latest version of their awesome platform. Logos 6 adds a bunch of new functionality and a fresh new user interface. I’ve been running the latest version for a couple of weeks now. I use Logos every single day for personal devotions, sermon preparation, and other scholarly work. It’s been a tremendous help. Jared Oliphint and I are planning to record a review for Reformed Media Review, but in the meantime, take a look at what’s new:

  • The Gold Edition includes 1,034 books
  • Textual Variants tool
  • Lexham Textual Notes on the Bible
  • Online Textual Variants Manuscripts
  • Facsimile Resources (Books.Logos.com)
  • All of the Atlas maps (3 volumes)
  • Psalm browser (called “Form and Structure of the Psalms” in the software)
  • Proverbs browser (called “Proverbs in the Hebrew Bible” in the software)
  • Lexham Glossary of Semantic Roles, Sense Section

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