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How to Stop Hunting for Bible References

Have you ever struggled to find where the verse you’re studying is referenced in a lexicon or Bible dictionary? I know I have. Logos makes the process so much easier thanks to the Emphasize Active Reference visual filter

Imagine you’re studying Mark 5:26 and you use the Context menu to open BDAG and DBL on the lemma the ESV translates as “grew worse.” It’s a real challenge trying to find where Mark 5:26 appears in the lexicon and dictionary, but that’s where the Emphasize Active Reference visual filter comes in.

When you activate the filter in your lexicon and dictionary, Logos highlights everywhere Mark 5:26 shows up in BDAG and DBL, making it easy to spot where your reference is cited. Whether you have one Bible open or multiple Bibles, Logos highlights each reference in the open resource.

See how it works:

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Written by
Adam B. Shaeffer

Adam B. Shaeffer (PhD, Durham University) rarely had time for books until he discovered the fantasy novels on his dad's shelf at age 12; the rest is history. His primary research interests revolve around the interplay between theology and literature, attending to fiction's power to narrate theological insights through the thoughts and lives of imagined people and places. His poetry and fiction have appeared in *Jabberwocky,* *Resident Aliens,* and *This Mutant Life.*

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Written by Adam B. Shaeffer