Do You Skip This Important Bible-Study Step?

Scripture tells the stories of real people living in real places. Abraham left his father’s home in Ur, sojourned in Egypt, and was buried in the cave of Machpeleh. David was anointed by Samuel in Bethlehem, ruled for seven years from Hebron, and spent the rest of his reign in Jerusalem. Jesus performed a miracle at Cana, travelled through Samaria, and appeared on the road to Emmaus after his resurrection.

These aren’t fictitious places made up for a story. They’re real locations you can find on a map. That’s why a good biblical atlas is an essential tool for understanding the geographical and cultural context of the biblical world.

It’s easy to gloss over this important step in your Bible study. But those colorful pages in the back of your Bible and that big book you have sitting on your shelf? They’re more important than people give them credit for.

Still, those static pages won’t let you zoom in to see more detail, search by biblical passage, or jump straight from a geographical location in Scripture to a relevant atlas entry.

But you can do just that with the Logos Atlas tool.

If you’ve ever felt like using an Atlas was an extra step that you just don’t have time for, I’ll show you why consulting the Logos Atlas is intuitive, quick, and an insightful addition to your Bible study.

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Start your journey with the right maps

Ready to dig in? Awesome. Let’s make sure you have everything you need to get the most out of Atlas.

  • Logos 6 Maps Volume 1: Our collection of maps specially crafted for the Logos Atlas tool is available in Logos 6 Bronze and above. We’re still working on volumes 2 and 3; once they’re complete you’ll get every single one in Logos 6 Gold and above.
  • New Bible Atlas: You don’t just get maps with this respected atlas. It includes charts, photographs, and lengthy descriptions of biblical locations, archaeological sites, and more.
  • Zondervan Atlas of the Bible: Winner of an ECPA Gold Medallion, the Zondervan Atlas of the Bible has been a favorite of ministers, scholars, and avid Bible students for years. It’s full of photographs and text that make the land of the Bible more vivid than ever.

Let’s get started

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