How Logos Bridges Bible Study Gaps

Bridges provide the shortest (or safest) path from one point to another. Without them, alternative paths could take hours, days, or even weeks of travel to get where you need to go. How do you cross a gap without a bridge? You work around it—however long it takes.

Logos creates a shortcut from wherever you are in your Bible study to wherever you want to go. Whether you’re wrestling with Greek or Hebrew, or just trying to figure out what a verse might mean. You know what you’re looking for. It’s over there, on the other side of a massive gap in knowledge or time.

Cross language gaps

If you want to learn Greek or Hebrew, Logos has tools to help you do that. But not everyone has the time or patience to fumble their way through ancient languages. That’s where features like the reverse interlinear come into play. Without ever leaving your English Bible, you can draw out the underlying Greek and Hebrew words or phrases, and see where else they appear in Scripture.

See how Logos helps you cross language gaps.

Get where you’re going, faster

One of the single greatest benefits of Logos is time. Like a bridge, the hundreds of tools we’ve built into Logos are designed to take you where you need to go, faster. What would normally take hours of study can take seconds with Logos. Prioritize the commentaries, dictionaries, and Bible study tools you use and trust the most, and pull all the information your library has to offer about . . . anything! That means that when you’re stuck and you don’t know where to go next, you don’t have to dig through references, footnotes, and endnotes to find what you need to keep going—Logos does that for you.

Make your journey to insight faster.

Add new tools to your Bible study

If you already have Logos Bible Software, but haven’t upgraded to Logos yet, you’re missing out on even more ways to get what you need, faster. With the Ancient Literature Tool, Logos helps you reach across the centuries to see how Scripture interacts with ancient literature. Now when you search a verse in the Passage Guide, you’ll find clear connections between that verse and works by the Apostolic Fathers, Philo, and others, plus the Talmud, the Mishna, Judaica literature, and more.

Choose the structure that’s right for you

With Logos, you can decide the path that’s right for you. For some, that means getting the basics. For others, it means growing their library. But what if you want all the features Logos has to offer, without all the new books? You can do that! Take a look at your options for upgrading.

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Ryan Nelson

Ryan Nelson is a writer for OverviewBible, where he uses Logos to explore the characters, groups, places, and books of the Bible. He has served in a variety of volunteer ministry positions, primarily through Young Life.

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