Find exactly what you’re looking for. Logos 5’s smart searches link Scripture’s pronouns and phrases to the people, places, and things they refer to.
- »Search by English, Greek, or Hebrew clause.
- »Find verbs based on their lemma or exact form.
- »Don’t miss a single reference to your query.
Logos 5 finds everything
If you did a regular Bible search for “Jesus” and “Bethlehem,” you’d get a few results—Matthew 2:1 and John 7:42, for example. But what about Luke 2:11?
This verse doesn’t mention Jesus or Bethlehem explicitly, so it won’t show up in a traditional search. But Logos recognizes what this verse is about, so you get smarter search results.
See everything a person does
Run a combined subject search for Peter, James, and John to find where all three do something together, even if they’re part of larger groups, like the disciples or the church at Jerusalem.
Find specific actions
Type in “subject:Jesus verb:heal” to find every time that Jesus heals someone. Clause Search finds exactly what you’re looking for, so you don’t get bogged down with other acts of healing in Jesus’ name.
Don’t miss a thing
Find every mention of Peter, including “Simon,” “the rock,” and even “the disciples” (in instances where Peter is known to be among them). Searching for “rock” gives you similar results: rocks, stones, rocky surfaces, and coarse soil.