Pinpoint anything in Scripture just by filling out a quick form. Need to find everywhere Jesus speaks about money? Choose "A person speaks about something," fill out a couple fields of info, and see comprehensive results in seconds.
We've tagged every command and question in the Bible, distinguishing them with labels like "advice," "request," "wish," and other typs of statements. Want to see everywhere Isaiah warned the Israelites? Now you can with a simple search.
Parables of the Bible
Quickly find every parable in the Bible, and see it's speaker, audience, and type. Identify whether the parable is designed to instruct, promise, rebuke, or warn readers.
Quickly find everywhere, for instance, a specific prophet is mentioned. Get a quick list of every priest in the Bible. Find essential information like the god a propeht served, the region a king ruled, and other details.
Angels, Demons, and Deities of the Bible
Pinpoint specific references to an angel, demon, or deity, and then narrow your search to find where they're mentioned by a particular author, called by a specific name, what region they're associated with, and other important details.
God spoke to Abraham, appeared to Moses in the burning bush, and revealed himself in visions to prophets. Logos makes it easy to locate these manifestations and narrow occurrences by time, person, and form.
Explore Scripture in its historical context. See what world events were taking place at the same time as a biblical episode. Filter results by locations, people, events, and more.
Explore scalable maps marked with ancient sites and cities, and zoom in and out to reveal more information.
Old and New Testament Propositional Flow Outlines
Reformat Bible text into an outline labeling the purpose of each line based on the underlying Greek or Hebrew.
Bible Text Only
This visual filter toggles chapter and verse numbers on and off so you can read Scripture as an extended narrative, without intrusions.
Names of God
Find every name used to refer to God and where each occurs in the Old and New Testaments.
Commandments of the Law
Understand how the 613 commandments of the Old Testament Law are categorized, and quickly track down specific types of laws.
Miracles of the Bible
Sort every miracle in Scripture into categories including type (healing, provision, resurrection, etc.), people, location, and book of the Bible.
Examine the figurative use of a biblical word, phrase, or concept. Find every place in which “light” is used as a metaphor.
Sentence Types of the OT and NT
Instantly find every imperative, interrogative, or declarative sentence within the New Testament.
Speech Acts of the OT and NT
Search not just form but meaning; find rhetorical questions, personal pledges, and other precise kinds of speech acts.
Bible Book Guides
Learn about the authorship, genre, setting, form, content, and more for every book in the Bible.
See how Scripture references, alludes to, and shares themes with other ancient literature.
See how religious activities, food, music, death practices, marriage rituals, economic structures, and other concepts affect interpretation.
See the literary genre of every verse or passage, including genres like poetry, narrative, Gospel, and more.
Evidence of the biblical world is scattered throughout ancient locations. This interactive resource lets you explore these locations with animated maps.
Filter Proverbs by people, form, theme, or topic. Browse topics that interest you, then sort the Proverbs that address that topic for easy skimming.
Search your entire library with a click. This tool combines all your high-powered search tools, giving you everything you need to start your study.
Counting the Ten Commandments
With this interactive infographic you can explore and compare how different groups interpret the Ten Commandments.
Speaking to God
Deepen your own prayer life by studying the prayers in the Bible. The Speaking to God interactive is a fun, easy way to find and learn from every conversation with God in the Bible.
Instantly find any resource in your library that refers to the biblical passage or other ancient source you’re reading.
Get an instant overview of any biblical word’s usage and translation without leaving your Bible.
When you’re reading an English Bible and a Greek Bible side by side, highlight a phrase in the English text and it lights up in the Greek.
Factbook Notable People
Access key information on theologians and Bible characters. See short biographies, famous quotes, important works, key events, and more.
Get instant Bible facts, cross-references, media, and other content related to the biblical text you’re reading.
Some biblical events are recorded multiple times; find and compare these parallel accounts with ease by searching a verse in your Passage Guide.
Automatically display and expand all visible verse references in your open book. You’ll see them all without moving your mouse.
Search your resources for Greek words—no Greek keyboard required.
Graph Search Results
See how many times a given work appears in the Bible (or any of its books), and graph your findings with a click.
Emphasize Active References
This visual filter automatically highlights relevant biblical references in lexicons and other resources. If you have Galatians 4 open in your Bible, turn on this visual filter in a lexicon, and Logos will highlight everywhere a verse from Galatians 4 is referenced.
Deuterocanon Addressee Data
With Logos, you can quickly identify and search for speakers, addressees, and more. The Reported Speech, Speakers, and Addressees for the Deuterocanon dataset provides annotations for everywhere an individual or groabove speaks, the contents of that speech, and the person or groabove who is being addressed. This data can be visually displayed in your biblical text or searched to find, for instance, everywhere Gabriel speaks within the deuterocanonical literature.
The Corresponding Search Results Visual Filter allows you to instantly identify search results in all open Bibles. Search in original-language texts, and read the results in their context in the English text.
In Logos, Interactives are like responsive textbook illustrations and diagrams. Check out the Interactive Media section of the Tools menu, or search for “Interactives” in your library to see the options your version of Logos includes.
Explore the life and legacy of influential Christian thinkers. Each guide includes links to Factbook reports, relevant media and slides, the Timeline tool, important articles, sermons, letters, and other biographical material.
Look up a passage and find relevant sermon outlines from across your library, right in the Passage Guide.
Books.Logos.com provides you with access to over 8,000 hard-to-find theological resources. We visited some of the best theological libraries in America and scanned thousands of classic works into our system, making rare, yet revolutionary Christian texts available to everyone.
The Personal Letters section in the Factbook provides quick access to texts that reveal unique insights into the convictions and thought of an author to illuminate the context in which that author lived and wrote.
Cantilation marks guided Hebrew worshippers as they chanted the biblical text. For modern readers, they help identify major breaks in the text. Logos lets you quickly identify those marks and see how they influence the division of the text.
Lexicons are incredibly helpful when working with the original biblical languages, but lexicon articles are notoriously difficult to read—filled with jargon, abbreviations, and odd formatting. The Logos Lexicon Reformatting Dataset makes top lexicons more user-friendly to help you find the information you need. Every entry in major lexicons—like BDAG, BDB, and HALOT—can be restructured into easy-to-read outlines.
The Online Manuscript Dataset makes accessing ancient manuscripts easy. When you’re studying textual variants in the Exegetical Guide, click “Online Manuscripts” and Logos scours this dataset, retrieving links to resources from the Institute for New Testament Textual Research (INTF).
When you’re done studying, Logos instantly creates a bibliography you can annotate and export.
Leave bookmarks in your text, and keep reading where you left off.
Store excerpts from your resources to use later. Select the text, then either right-click on it or drag it to your Clippings document to save it.
See your favorite translations, dictionaries, and commentaries at the top of your search results.
Word Find Puzzle
Puzzles are a fun way to remember key words and expand your vocabulary. Use these to take a break from your study or share in Sunday school.
Link Sets allow you to easily control whether panels in Logos scroll together or independently. You can assign two or more resources to the same link set, or assign some tools to follow an open panel. This means you can set your preferred Bible and favorite commentary to keep in step as you scroll through the biblical text. Multiple resources can be added to Link Sets, and multiple link sets can be used at the same time.
Easily control whether panels in Logos scroll together or independently using Link Sets. When studying the Greek or Hebrew meaning of biblical words, linking a Bible to a Bible Word Study Guide will abovedate the word you are studying in the Guide as you click on different words in the Bible.
Create your own shortcuts, or use Logos’ shortcuts to make highlighting, bookmarking, and saving documents simple.
Logos instantly backs up your data. Share documents between machines, recover deleted documents, and redownload resources.
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Mobile Bible App
The mobile Home Page was built from the ground above to give you quick access to the Bible Study tools and content you use the most such as featured content, recommended items from the Logos store, Reading Plans, Mobile Layouts, Lectionary readings, and much more. You can customize your Home Page content with a few simple taps. To access the Homepage, just tap the home icon from anywhere in the app.
With the Logos Mobile App, you can save and load your favorite groaboves of tabs (Layouts)—complete with links between them. Just tap the Layout button on the Add new tab screen to save the current tab arrangement or to load a saved arrangement.
All of your Notes are synced to your Logos account and are available to you in the Logos desktop app, the Logos Bible mobile app, and anywhere at App.logos.com. This means that even the notes you take on your mobile device will be synced across all of your devices!