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BW Crossgrade Package
This exclusive package includes many of the same titles in your BibleWorks library: original language texts, grammars, lexicons, encyclopedias, English translations, and more. And of course, you’ll also get Logos tools like Bible Word Study, the Concordance Tool, Workflows, Theology Guide, and many others.
Nestle-Aland Greek New Testament, 28th Edition, with Morphology
Biblia Hebraica Stuttgartensia: With Werkgroep Informatica, Vrije Universiteit Morphology
Greek-English Lexicon of the New Testament Based on Semantic Domains
Get everything in the BW Crossgrade Package, plus the International Critical Commentary, BDAG, the UBS Handbook series, and many other sought-after resources. You’ll get tools only available in Logos, plus a comprehensive library perfect for working with the Greek and Hebrew.
International Critical Commentary Series (ICC) (61 vols.)
A Greek–English Lexicon of the New Testament and Other Early Christian Literature, 3rd ed. (BDAG)
The Dictionary of Classical Hebrew (8 vols.)
UBS Handbook Series Old & New Testament Collection (55 vols.)
You can now import BibleWorks notes into Logos using the new Notes tool, included with your BW Crossgrade. Here's how it works:
Type “import BibleWorks notes” in the Command box and press Enter. (If your notes are stored in a custom location, type “import BibleWorks notes from [path]” in the Command box and press Enter.)
Logos will import your notes and store them in a new notebook titled “Imported Notes.” Depending on the volume of your notes, this may take some time.
To find the notes you’ve imported, click Tools > Notes. Open the Notes tool sidebar and search for “Imported Notes.”
Note: There are some issues displaying certain fonts when importing notes with Greek text. We are actively working to resolve these issues.
How to Use Logos Like a BibleWorks Pro
If you decide to transition, you don’t have to leave the things you love about BibleWorks behind. In this blog post, Mark Ward shares how he eased his own transition to Logos by combining the best of what both programs offer.