Tag - scripture

You Can Do THAT with Canvas in Logos 8?

Canvas is like joining your paper Bible, a whiteboard, and the power of Logos to help you interpret and internalize God’s Word. With Canvas in Logos 8, you can work the biblical text in incredible ways. When you’re done, you can share and save your...

The Screen Is for Scripture

As you know, Faithlife built Logos Bible Software to get you into Scripture and study the Bible with smart tools and resources. And Faithlife also built Proclaim Church Presentation Software with the same dedication to the Word. Proclaim allows...

Bring the Bible to Your Website—Free!

Reftagger is a free tool that lets your web visitors instantly view a Bible passage by hovering over the Scripture reference. Instead of sending your readers off your site to check your Bible references, you can give them Scripture right where they...

3 Reasons to Love Your Bible

God’s plan of redemption stands at the center of Scripture, so if you’re already engaged in a relationship with God, you can ignore the Bible—right? Wrong. Here are three reasons why: Relationship God values relationship so highly...

Can I Trust the Bible?

It’s a question worth considering: How much should we trust a 3,000-year-old book? The Bible certainly has its enemies. Since the moment of its completion, Scripture has been under attack. AD 300—The Roman emperor Diocletian ordered...

5 Questions to Help Apply Scripture

Using the three-step Bible study process—observe, interpret, and apply—you’re bound to learn new things about God. The observe phase doesn’t require any tools beyond a copy of the Scripture itself. (If you’re in search of one, we...

Study Scripture like a Historian

I’ve long been fascinated by the study of history. For a while, I aspired to become a historian myself. While that dream is dead and gone, my admiration for historians remains. They approach their work like surgeons, examining and analyzing...

How to Memorize Scripture with Logos

When Jesus was asked, “Which commandment is the most important of all?,” he answered, “Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind and with all your strength.” (Mark 12:28–30). One of God’s deepest...

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