For the past 25 years, Logos Bible Software has been enriching the biblical text with sophisticated tagging, like referent data. With the new Bible Browser you can comb through the entire biblical text, and then choose the data you want to see, and then how you want to see it. For instance, choose to view the Gospel accounts of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John, enable the filters for Person: Jesus and Person: God to find everywhere Jesus and God appear in the same verse.
Discourse Datasets and Visual Filters
Discourse Analysis is the study of how authors use linguistic devices to effectively communicate their message. With this visual filter, mark your Bible with special icons to show 20 different discourse devices we’ve identified—like “direct address” or “changed reference”—and search the dataset for every occurrence of any specific device.
Parallel Passages in the Pauline Letters
We've thematically organized Paul's letters for quick comparison and in-depth study. Explore the differences in each of the Pauline Greeting formulas; or see everywhere Paul talks about the relationship between Adam and Christ. This resource is essential to quickly see and compare Paul’s perspective on a range of topics.
Emphasize Active Lemmas Visual Filter
Automatically highlight the word in your Bible that is open in a lexicon or Bible Word Study Guide.
Cascadia Syntax Graphs of the LXX Deuterocanon/Apocrypha
Visualize the syntactical components of a clause or sentence to better understand the relationship of its parts to the whole. View the entire LXX Deuterocanon and Apocrypha as sentence diagrams, and search for grammatical constructions using the Syntax Search.
Narrative Character Maps Update
Narrative Character Maps present the Bible’s familiar story arcs with a new visual perspective that makes sense of complex interweaving narratives. In this update, owners of the Narrative Character Map interactive receive several new stories: Abraham, Isaac, 1 Samuel, and the Life of Jesus, including Passion Week.
Miracles of the Bible Interactive and Dataset
Draw miracles out of their narrative texts, making it easy to compare and contrast them. The interactive allows you to sort the miracles of the Bible into categories like type (healing, provision, resurrection, etc.), people involved, location, and book of the Bible. Combine any of these categories—for example, find all the miracles the Israelites experienced involving provision—or use the searchable dataset for even more flexible queries.
Link a Lexicon to a Bible
Jump to a Greek or Hebrew definition your lexicon with a single click in your English translation. Build a layout you'll come back to over and over again by linking your favorite lexicons to your English Bible.
Lexham SGNT Syntactic Force Dataset
Identifying the syntactic force of a Greek word is a difficult task, often viewed as subjective. This dataset applies the scholarship done in the Lexham Syntactic Greek New Testament to the text itself, making it searchable in any interlinear Bible. Looking for places other than Matthew 28:20 where the word "teach" is considered an instrumental participle? With the Lexham SGNT Syntactic Force Dataset, you can easily find them.
Speaking to God Interactive and Dataset
View every conversation with God in the Bible, then sort and filter them by type, persons involved, and content (petition, praise, complaint, confession, intercession, etc.). Or, switch to searching the dataset for even more fine-grained control.
Systematic Theologies Interactive
This interactive resource curates data on both systematic theology resources and their authors, helping you become more informed about the content of the systematic theologies and how the backgrounds of the theologians shaped their works. Sort and filter by denomination, date of birth or death, and roles the theologian held.
Custom Homepage Layouts
Customizing your Logos workspace is essential for efficient study. Now you can save your favorite workspace as a layout to be launched right from the homepage. Create custom layouts with any combination of tools and resources, to launch as your default for Passage or Topic Study from the Go Box, and more.
Proverbs Explorer, Volume 2 Interactive and Dataset
Expands the scope of the popular Proverbs Explorer to proverbs throughout the Old and New Testaments—not just the book of Proverbs. It even covers proverbial statements from Deuterocanonical literature.
Names of God Interactive: Deuterocanon
Volume 2 of the Names of God interactive adds all the references to God from the Deuterocanon. See how the surrounding literature of the Bible refers to and addresses God.
Hebrew Bible Manuscript Explorer
Understand the textual transmission of the Old Testament with the Hebrew Bible Manuscript Explorer. In a glance, see all the extant Hebrew manuscripts and filter by date, contents, holding institute, and more. You can even click through to see high resolution photographs of the manuscripts online.
Biblical Theology Guide Section
Understand how biblical theologians have interpreted the passage you're studying and how it relates to redemptive history. Open your Passage Guide and find everywhere that text appears in the context of discussions about Theology Proper, Bibliology, Christology, and more.
New Testament Use of the Old Testament Interactive and Dataset
Explore how New Testament authors cite, quote, allude to, or echo Old Testament texts. Find the passage you're looking for using faceted search options such as speaker, themes, events, places, or things. The searchable dataset allows you to find specific words or phrases within your results.
Lemma in Passage
The Lemma in Passage section of the Passage and Bible Word Study Guides scours your library for every occurrence of the original-language lemma in the passage you want to investigate. For instance, the Greek word "logos" appears in the context of a discussion about John 1:1–even in resources not explicitly about the Gospel of John. Results are categorized according to the dictionary form of the word, and organized by resource.
Reader’s Edition Interlinear
Practice reading in the original language by hiding the translation of the most common words. The Reader's Edition Interlinear lets you customize any original-language interlinear text according to your needs. Hide words according to frequency, leaving only the words you haven't learned.
Corresponding Notes and Highlights
Have you ever changed your Bible version, and wished you could take all your notes with you? With Corresponding Notes, you can now see all the notes you've attached to biblical texts with reverse interlinears. Take a note on the Greek word Εὐχαριστοῦμεν (eucharistoumen) in your NKJV, and with the Corresponding Notes feature, you'll see that same note attached to the equivalent translation in your ESV, NIV, NASB, and many other translations.
Reported Speech, Speakers, and Addressees for Deuterocanon
Provides annotations for everywhere an individual speaks, the contents of that speech, and the person who is being addressed. This data can be visually displayed in your biblical text or searched to find, for instance, everywhere Gabriel speaks within the deuterocanonical literature.
Personal Letters Section
This new section in biographical entries in the Factbook identifies personal correspondence written by that person, providing unique insight into the convictions and thought of the author and illuminating the context in which he lived and wrote.
Israelite Sacrifices Dataset
The sacrificial system functioned as an essential element of Israel's religious life. We've made it possible to quickly search for passages that describe the purpose for a sacrifice, the type of sacrifice offered, and the thing sacrificed. Find everywhere the Scriptures speak of burnt offerings or all occurrences of the Day of Atonement.
Confessional Documents Guide Section
Incorporate some of the most formative documents from church history into your Bible study. See how every major creed, confession, and catechism treats the passage you're studying with standard theological categories like Christology and Ecclesiology, and quickly compare nuances of denominational interpretation.
Synopsis of Samuel, Kings, and Chronicles
As with a harmony of the Gospels, instantly compare parallel texts in Samuel, Kings, Chronicles, and other Old Testament passages to see how different authors narrate the same events and discover these authors' unique emphases and purposes.
Proverbs Explorer Dataset
Conduct detailed searches in the book of Proverbs. We've analyzed every proverb within the biblical texts and tagged them according to Type and Form. These tags can be combined with countless search options. For instance, search all the proverbs for where God—as a father—offers advice to his children.
Bullinger's Figures of Speech Dataset
Search for any figure of speech addressed in Bullinger's Figures of Speech Used in the Bible and find relevant biblical passages. We've transformed this huge classic resource into a searchable dataset so you can find everywhere a biblical author uses, for instance, metonymy—a figure of speech where a name or noun is used in place of another.
Passage Lists Visual Filter
Focus your study to a custom set of verses, with the full functionality of search, context menu, highlight markup and more.
Proverbs Verse Art Collection
Logos Now members enjoy exclusive access to this brand-new media collection, featuring verse art based on some of the most beloved biblical Proverbs. Find them using your Media Browser, Factbook, Passage Guide, and anywhere else media appears in your software.
Corresponding Search Results Visual Filter
Highlight your inline and regular search results in any Bible with reverse interlinear functionality. For instance, you can execute a search in your Greek New Testament and Logos will highlight the results as they appear in any open English versions.
Septuagint Manuscript Explorer Interactive
We've cataloged information about Septuagint manuscripts, including contents, date, language, holding institute, and more. With this interactive, discover the earliest Septuagint manuscripts see how many contain the book of Psalms, and even view scanned images of many fragments, like Codex Sinaiticus.
Add multiple translations of the Bible or even commentaries in the same panel. The resources you bring together will share the same location, visual filters, and search results. Study original-language texts side by side with English translations. Search for a specific word and both texts will filter down to your search results.
Corresponding Words Visual Filter
By identifying repetition, the Corresponding Words Visual Filter helps you draw out key themes and ideas in a passage. Set to it highlight the same English word, Greek or Hebrew lemma, or root.
With the new courses tool, we've gathered all your Mobile Ed courses in one place. Select from any of your pre-organized courses and watch the lecture as you scroll through the course transcription. You can even take notes on the lectures without ever leaving the tool. When you complete a segment, the tool automatically moves to the new lecture, ready for you to continue your learning experience.
Addressees in Reported Speech Dataset
Quickly locate all the places where a person, place, or thing is spoken to in the biblical texts. For example, search for every passage where Jesus speaks to the city of Jerusalem and find where he laments over its coming destruction.
Psalms Explorer Dataset
With this dataset, combine all the labels of the Psalms Explorer interactive with the full flexibility and power of Logos searching. How many messianic psalms refer to “justice?” Or how often does the Cultural Concept of “blessing” occur in chiastic psalms? Take your study of Psalms one step further by enabling search within labels genre, authorship, literary structure, and more.
Names of God Interactive
With the Names of God interactive, you can find all the God's names and where they occur in the Old and New Testaments. Narrow your search to specific genres of biblical literature such as prose, instruction, and Law; Greek, Hebrew, or Aramaic; and more. Then explore each usage in its surrounding context by clicking on the biblical reference.
Systematic Theologies Section
Explore what your systematic theology resources have to say about the biblical texts with this section of the Passage Guide. Organizes results according to standard theological categories such as Prolegomena, Theology Proper, Bibliology, Christology, etc., or sort by denominational affiliation of the author.
New Testament Manuscript Explorer Interactive
A helpful interactive tool that enables you to navigate, sort, and filter countless manuscript witnesses to the text of the New Testament according to date, passage, text-critical notations, and other details.
Greek Grammatical Constructions (Exegetical Guide Section)
Distinguish grammatical constructions used in your passage of study, and quickly find other examples in the New Testament.
Concordance Tool (update)
In addition to building a word-frequency list for any resource (version 6.2), Concordance can now filter its contents by language, headings, lemmas, sense data or biblical people, places or things. Quickly discover which character is mentioned most in the book of Acts or discover the most commonly used senses in a book, chapter, or passage.
Build a browsable index of any resource or biblical text in your library; then filter by language, field, and headings, to drill down to the information you want. Discover new insights on an author’s use of terms through a focused filter, or serendipitous browsing.
See your entire online Logos media collection at once, including brilliant images, slides, and art that will enhance your next presentation. Filter your Logos media by tag, type, topic, author and more; or type in a keyword like “Ephesians” and browse all of the related Verse of the Day art, archeological images, maps, etc.