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Ten Ways to Improve Your Bible Study with Digital Tools

, 2017
Ebooks are designed for reading and have few connections to your library.



In just seconds, Logos Bible Software can help you discover insights it could take days to find combing through a paper library. But using this powerful technology doesn’t have to be intimidating—and it doesn’t have to mean giving up your print library. In fact, Logos can fit right in with the workflow you already know and love.

In this free ebook, Dr. Mark Ward demonstrates how Logos can help you spend less time flipping pages and hunting down cross-references, and more time uncovering insights from God’s Word.

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“All my highlights are saved automatically to a clippings file” (Page 8)

“often keep my translation comparison window (called ‘Multiview Resources’ in Logos) open on a secondary monitor,” (Page 3)

“click on a word in any translation, it gets highlighted in all the others” (Page 3)

“I check them. Any book I read in short snippets—commentaries, dictionaries, lexicons—I buy in digital format” (Page 4)

“Different Bible translations provide multiple different perspectives on the one word of God” (Page 3)

  • Title: Ten Ways to Improve Your Bible Study with Digital Tools
  • Author: Mark Ward
  • Publisher: Faithlife
  • Print Publication Date: 2017
  • Logos Release Date: 2017
  • Language: English
  • Resources: 1
  • Format: Digital › Ebook
  • Subject: Software › Handbooks, manuals, etc
  • Resource Type: Monograph
  • Metadata Last Updated: 2020-01-06T22:24:30Z
Mark Ward

Mark Ward received his PhD in New Testament Interpretation from Bob Jones University in 2012; he now serves the church as a Logos Pro. He is the author of multiple high school Bible textbooks, including The Story of the Old Testament and Biblical Worldview: Creation, Fall, Redemption. He has written for publications such as Modern Reformation, Answers Research Journal, and FrontLine—as well as supplying dozens of articles on Bible study and exegesis for Faithlife blogs. He has also written introductions to the Bible and to both testaments that are being used in Bible translation projects around the world via Bibles International.


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