Jacob bears the unique designation as the only person in the Bible who literally wrestled with God, and this encounter had a far-reaching impact on redemptive history. Most Bible readers know that what happens in Genesis lays the foundation for the rest of Scripture, but it can be a daunting task to see where Jacob’s story is referred to in the rest of the Bible.
With the Biblical Person Workflow in Logos Starter and above, you can trace Jacob’s life and lasting impact throughout Scripture.
To open the Biblical Person Workflow, click the Guides menu and enter “Biblical” in the search bar. Click Biblical Person Study in the dropdown, enter “Jacob” in the search box, and select Jacob (son of Isaac) from the dropdown.
The workflow then organizes your resources so you can easily study Jacob’s life, compare Bible versions, research key words, people, and places—and more. Plus, you can take and save notes for future reference. Now you can focus on your study and let Logos do the searching.
Add these resources focused on biblical characters to your Logos library for even more insight:
- Bible Characters by Dwight L. Moody is a collection of sermons on Bible characters aimed at revealing God’s “wisdom, love, and power.”
- Bible Characters, 6 vols. by Alexander Whyte is a comprehensive resource for people in the Bible. Glean from Whyte’s insightful teaching on biblical characters.
- Learn more about the social, political, and religious background of your favorite Bible characters with the Zondervan Reference Collection, 6 vols. (ed. by Moises Silva and others).
Learn more about using Workflows in Logos (available in Logos Starter and above), watch this helpful video, or visit the Logos Help Center for more on how to get the most out of your Logos Bible Software.