Create Powerful Sermons—Fast
Turn Your Reverse Interlinear into a Powerful Search Tool
- Inline Search
- Reverse Interlinear
Getting the information you need just got a whole lot easier. With Inline Search, you can search for Greek, Hebrew, and English words in your resources. See everywhere “love” occurs in your favorite dictionary and everywhere “agape” occurs in the Bible. Highlight and take notes within your results—treating them like a resource.
Engage Your Audience with Elegant Presentations
- Visual Copy
No more late Saturday nights—with Logos 6, you can build presentations while you study. Right-click on images or text-selections, and Visual Copy converts them into presentations slides. With a click, add beautiful media, infographics, and premade slides to your next sermon or share them online.
Find Relevant, High-Quality MediaFeatures:
- Media Search
- Media Collections
Get all the media you need, all in one place. Media Search finds every relevant map, photo, and video—in your library and online. Logos 6 comes with beautiful, professionally-designed visuals: get slides on every book in the Bible, stunning images on preaching topics, 3D infographics, and more.
Get Quick Answers on Biblical Topics
- Book Guides
Get instant information on biblical topics. Search any book in the Bible and see its themes, events, origin, authorship, genre, and meaning. From there, jump to specific events in the Timeline, view infographics, and explore dictionary articles.
Explore the Bible’s Background
- Cultural Concepts
- Context Menu
Reveal cultural concepts—like music, food, and marriage rituals—in every passage. Explore biblical word choice, imagery, and practices, and connect them to ancient literature.
Connect the Bible to ancient texts
- Ancient Literature
- Passage Guide
Study Scripture side-by-side with ancient literature, exposing shared themes, languages, and ideas.
See different meanings for Greek and Hebrew words
- Sense Section
Better understand the original languages: see all the alternate meanings of words and where they occur.