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Biblical Languages

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Biblical Languages

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Technically oriented for original language study, yet easy to use. Logos 5 Biblical Languages provides you with the tools you need to learn and study the original languages of Scripture more deeply than ever with the best critical texts, grammars, lexicons, and word study tools covering Greek, Hebrew, Aramaic, and Latin. In addition to essential texts like the NA28 , BHS, and LXX, and valuable grammars like An Introduction to Biblical Hebrew Syntax and Idioms of the Greek New Testament, Logos 5 Biblical Languages comes with more than 300 resources and all of the powerful Logos 5 features you need in a library worth over $7,400 in print.

Resource Overview

  • Nearly 40 ancient texts and morphologies, including the NA28 and BHS
  • 11 volumes of ancient texts in translation, including the Apostolic Fathers, Philo, and Josephus
  • 39 of the best original language grammars and tools covering Greek, Hebrew, Aramaic, and Latin
  • 29 original language lexicons and word studies covering Greek, Hebrew, Aramaic, and Latin
  • Several volumes of Bible history and culture, including The Dead Sea Scrolls Study Edition (2 vols.)
  • 34 English Bibles and interlinears
  • 9 volumes of Bible reference
  • The Keil and Delitzsch Commentary on the Old Testament (10 vols.)
  • Over a dozen map, photo, and media resources
  • More Light on the Path: Daily Scripture Readings in Hebrew and Greek

System Requirements

All Logos 5 base packages including Biblical Languages are multi-platform and will work on PC and Mac. There isn’t a PC product and a separate Mac product. Both versions come on the same DVD-ROM or as part of the same download. You can also access nearly all of your resources on our mobile apps.

Windows - Minimum:
  • 1.4Ghz Intel or AMD Processor
  • 2GB RAM
  • Windows Vista SP2
  • DVD-ROM drive (only required for non-downloadable items)
  • 20GB Free Space - Internal HDD Only
  • (May require additional space depending on your library)
  • 1024X600 Display
  • 512MB DirectX 10 Compatible Video Card
  • Internet connection required for activation & updates
Windows - Recommended:
  • Intel i5 Processor (or AMD equivalent)
  • 6GB+ RAM
  • Windows 8
  • DVD-ROM drive (only required for non-downloadable items)
  • 1280X1024 display
  • 1GB+ DirectX11 Compatbile Video Card
  • 30GB Free Space - Internal HDD Only
  • (May require additional space depending on your library)
  • Broadband internet connection

 

Mac - Minimum:
  • OS X "Snow Leopard" 10.6
  • Intel Processor (PowerPC not supported)
  • 2GB RAM
  • 20GB Free Space - Internal HDD Only
  • (May require additional space depending on your library)
  • DVD-ROM drive (only required for non-downloadable items)
  • Internet connection required for activation & updates
Mac - Recommended:
  • OS X "Mountain Lion" 10.8
  • Intel i5 Processor
  • 6GB+ RAM
  • 30GB Free Space - Internal HDD Only
  • (May require additional space depending on your library)
  • DVD-ROM drive (only required for non-downloadable items)
  • Broadband internet connection

Contents

Ancient Texts and Morphologies
The Targums from the files of the Comprehensive Aramaic Lexicon Project
Aramaic Papyri of the Fifth Century BC
The Greek New Testament: SBL Edition (SBL)
Elzevir Textus Receptus (1624) with Morphology
Rahlf's Septuagint w/Logos Morphology
Stephen's Textus Receptus (1550) with Morphology
Apostolic Fathers in Greek and English (Lake Edition)
Apostolic Fathers in Greek and English (Lightfoot Edition)
The Greek New Testament, Fourth Revised Edition (with Morphology) (Logos)
The Lexham Syntactic Greek New Testament
The New Testament in Greek
Westcott and Hort Greek New Testament (1881) with Morphology
The New Testament in the Original Greek: Byzantine Textform 2005 with Morphology (BYZ)
The OpenText.org Syntactically Analyzed Greek New Testament
The Text of the Earliest New Testament Greek Manuscripts
The Works of Philo: Greek Text with Morphology
Biblia Hebraica Stuttgartensia (BHS)
Richter Hebrew Morphology*
The Hebrew Bible: Andersen-Forbes Analyzed Text
The Parallel Aligned Hebrew-Aramaic and Greek Texts of Jewish Scripture
Biblia Hebraica Stuttgartensia: with Werkgroep Informatica, Vrije Universiteit Morphology
Clementine Vulgate
Cascadia Syntax Graphs of the New Testament: SBLGNT Edition
The Lexham Clausal Outlines of the Greek New Testament: SBL Edition
The Greek-Hebrew Reverse Interlinear Septuagint: H. B. Swete Edition*
Lexham LXX / MT Parallel Alignment*
Novum Testamentum Graece: Apparatus Criticus (3 vols.)
Lexham Greek-English Interlinear Septuagint (Rahlfs’)
Septuagint Variants with Logos Morphology (Rahlfs’)
Septuagint Variants with Logos Morphology Reverse Interlinear (Rahlfs’)
Swete Septuagint with Morphology
Brenton's Septuagint: Greek Text
Josephus in Greek: Niese Critical Edition with Apparatus
Lexham Hebrew Bible with Morphology
Nestle-Aland Greek New Testament, 28th Edition, with Morphology
Old Testament Greek Pseudepigrapha with Morphology
The Apostolic Fathers Greek-English Interlinear
Ancient Texts in Translation
The Works of Josephus
The Apocrypha and Pseudepigrapha of the Old Testament in English
The Works of Philo
Lake’s Apostolic Fathers English Reverse Interlinear
The Apocryphal New Testament: Being the Apocryphal Gospels, Acts, Epistles, and Apocalypses
Brenton's Septuagint: English Translation
The Apostolic Fathers in English
Apostolic Fathers Reverse Interlinear
The Lexham English Septuagint*
The Apocryphal New Testament
Bible Commentaries
Keil and Delitzsch Commentary on the Old Testament (COT) (10 vols.)
Bible History and Culture
The Dead Sea Scrolls Study Edition: vol. I: 1Q1–4Q273–vol. II: 4Q274–11Q31
Light from the Ancient East
Bible Reference
HarperCollins Bible Dictionary
The Treasury of Scripture Knowledge: Five Hundred Scripture References and Parallel Passages
Lexham Bible Dictionary
Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary, Eleventh Edition
Merriam Webster's Collegiate Thesaurus
Concise Oxford English Dictionary, 11th ed.
Figures of Speech Used in the Bible: Explained and Illustrated
The Animals Mentioned in the Bible
The Plants of the Bible
Devotionals and Spiritual Formation
More Light on the Path: Daily Scripture Readings in Hebrew and Greek
English Bibles
Douay-Rheims Bible (DRA)
Lexham English Bible (LEB)
The Holy Bible: King James Version (KJV)
1901 American Standard Version (ASV)
English Standard Version (ESV)
Holman Christian Standard Bible (Holman CSB)
King James Version Apocrypha
The New American Standard Bible, 1995 Update (NASB)
The New Century Version Bible (NCB)
The New King James Version Bible (NKJV)
The New Living Translation (NLT)
The New Revised Standard Version Bible (NRSV)
The Revised Standard Version Bible (RSV)
The NET Bible (NET)
Tanakh: The Holy Scriptures
Tanakh (1917)
Interlinear Bibles
ESV | English-Greek NT | The ESV English-Greek Reverse Interlinear New Testament
ESV | English-Hebrew OT | The ESV English-Hebrew Reverse Interlinear Old Testament
KJV | English-Greek NT | The English-Greek Reverse Interlinear New Testament King James Version
KJV | English-Hebrew OT | The English-Hebrew Reverse Interlinear Old Testament King James Version
LEB | English-Greek NT | The English-Greek Reverse Interlinear New Testament Lexham English Bible
LEB | English-Hebrew OT | The English-Hebrew Reverse Interlinear Old Testament Lexham English Bible*
Lexham | Greek-English NT | The Lexham Greek-English Interlinear New Testament: SBL Edition
Lexham | Greek-English LXX | Lexham Greek-English Interlinear Septuagint: H.B. Swete Edition*
Lexham Hebrew-English Interlinear Bible
NASB | English-Greek NT | The English-Greek Reverse Interlinear New Testament New American Standard Bible
NASB | English-Hebrew OT | The English-Hebrew Reverse Interlinear Old Testament New American Standard Bible
NIV | English-Greek NT | The English-Greek Reverse Interlinear New Testament New International Version (2011)
NIV | English-Hebrew OT | The English-Hebrew Reverse Interlinear Old Testament New International Version (2011)*
NKJV | English-Greek NT | The English-Greek Reverse Interlinear New Testament New King James Version
NKJV | English-Hebrew OT | The English-Hebrew Reverse Interlinear Old Testament New King James Version
NLT | English-Greek NT | The English-Greek Reverse Interlinear New Testament New Living Translation
NRSV | English-Greek NT |The English-Greek Reverse Interlinear New Testament New Revised Standard Version
NRSV | English-Hebrew OT | The English-Hebrew Reverse Interlinear Old Testament New Revised Standard Version
Lectionaries
Book of Common Prayer (1979) Daily Office Lectionary
Book of Common Prayer (1979) Sunday Lectionary
Catholic Lectionary
Christian Worship One Year Lectionary
Christian Worship Three Year Lectionary (with Supplemental Lectionary)
Lutheran Service Book Historic (One Year) Lectionary
Lutheran Service Book Three Year Lectionary
Revised Common Lectionary
Revised Common Lectionary Daily Readings
United Methodist Revised Common Lectionary
Maps, Photos, and Media
Images of the Holy Land
Logos Deluxe Map Set
BiblePlaces.com Image Library
Images from A Biblical and Theological Dictionary
Images from A Dictionary of the Bible
Images from A Standard Bible Dictionary
Images from An Illustrated History of the Holy Bible
Images from Helps to the Study of the Bible
Images from Illustrations of the Bible from the Monuments of Egypt
Images from The Bible Hand-Book
Images from The Illustrated Bible Treasury
Images from The People's Bible Encyclopedia
Images from The Temple Bible Dictionary
Logos Bible Images
Logos Bible Photos
Logos Bible Software Infographics
Greek Audio New Testament
Original Language Grammars and Tools
Learning Biblical Hebrew: A New Approach Using Discourse Analysis
Understanding BHS
A Grammatical Analysis of the Greek New Testament
Chapman's New Testament-Greek Notebook
Grammar of the Greek New Testament in the Light of Historical Research
 
Idioms of the Greek New Testament, 2nd ed.
Kairos: A Beginning Greek Grammar with Workbook and Answer Key (3 vols.)
Liddell and Scott Greek–English Lexicon (LSJ)
Biblical Hebrew for Beginners
Linguistic Analysis of Biblical Hebrew
An Introduction to Ecclesiastical Latin
An Introduction to Aramaic
Beginning Biblical Hebrew
Gesenius' Hebrew Grammar, 2nd English Edition
Hebrew Syntax (Third Edition)
Nunn's Syntax, Elements, and Key to the Elements of New Testament Greek
Syntax of the Moods and Tenses in New Testament Greek
A Textual Commentary on the Greek New Testament
Building Your Biblical Hebrew Vocabulary
Building Your New Testament Greek Vocabulary
Diagrammatical Analysis
Glossary of Morpho-Syntactic Database Terminology
A Systematic Glossary to the Andersen-Forbes Analysis of the Hebrew Bible
The Hebrew Bible: Andersen-Forbes Phrase Marker Analysis
The Lexham Syntactic Greek New Testament Glossary
The Lexham Syntactic Greek New Testament, SBL Edition: Sentence Analysis
The OpenText.org Syntactically Analyzed Greek New Testament Glossary
OpenText.org Syntactically Analyzed Greek New Testament: Clause Analysis
A Grammar of Biblical Hebrew, rev. ed.
A Textual Guide to the Greek New Testament
An Introduction to Biblical Hebrew Syntax
Davidson's Introductory Hebrew Grammar
Greek New Testament Insert
Hebrew Bible Insert: A Student’s Guide to the Syntax of Biblical Hebrew
Learning New Testament Greek Now and Then
A Student's Guide to Textual Criticism of the Bible
Syntax of the Hebrew Language of the Old Testament
Original Language Lexicons and Word Studies
Lexham Analytical Lexicon to the Greek New Testament
A Dictionary of Biblical Languages w/ Semantic Domains: Greek (NT)
Greek-English Lexicon of the New Testament based on Semantic Domains
A Greek-English Lexicon of the Septuagint, Revised Edition
Theological Dictionary of the New Testament (TDNT) (10 vols.)
A Concise Hebrew and Aramaic Lexicon of the Old Testament (Holladay)
Enhanced Brown-Driver-Briggs Hebrew and English Lexicon (BDB)
A Dictionary of Biblical Languages w/ Semantic Domains: Aramaic (OT)
A Dictionary of Biblical Languages w/ Semantic Domains: Hebrew (OT)
Gesenius' Hebrew-Chaldee Lexicon to the Old Testament
Dictionary of the Vulgate New Testament
Parallel Passages and Harmonies
A Harmony of Samuel, Kings, and Chronicles
A Harmony of the Gospels (Robertson)
A Harmony of the Synoptic Gospels for Historical and Critical Study
Eusebian Canons
Synopsis of Matthew, Mark, and Luke (Jackson)
Jude–2 Peter (Jackson)
Old Testament Quotations and Allusions in the New Testament
Old Testament Quotations and Allusions in the New Testament
Parallel Passages in the Pastoral Epistles (Brannan)
Records of the Life of Jesus
Synopsis of the Four Gospels
Synopsis of the Old Testament (Jackson)
Synonyms of the New Testament
Harmony of the Gospels
Lexham Analytical Lexicon of the Septuagint: H.B. Swete Edition
Thayer's Greek-English Lexicon of the New Testament
Theological Lexicon of the New Testament (3 vols.)
Theological Lexicon of the Old Testament (3 vols.)
Preaching and Teaching
Bible Illustrations
Datasets
Bible Sense Lexicon
Bible Facts: People
Bible Facts: Places
Bible Facts: Things
Bible Facts: Events
Clause Search
New Testament Genre Coding
Tooman Literary Genre Coding of the Old Testament
Phrase Concordance
Referent Data
Reported Speech
Timeline
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HarperCollins Bible Dictionary

Harper’s Bible Dictionary is a magnificent companion to the Harper’s Bible Commentary. It allows you to understand, in all their contexts, the texts of the Old Testament, the Apocrypha, and the New Testament. It is completely up to date, and represents the best current biblical scholarship. The entire volume is written by 180 members of the Society of Biblical Literature, and contains 3500 articles and 400 photographs.

Lexham Bible Dictionary

The LBD offers the facts on thousands of topics. It holds over 2,700 articles and more than 1.5 million words from some of the world’s top Christian scholars, and new articles are constantly being written.

Lake’s Apostolic Fathers English Reverse Interlinear

Lake’s Apostolic Fathers English Reverse Interlinear provides the English and original language text together. It also provides valuable scholarly information about how various words, phrases, and idioms are translated across a larger corpus. This makes direct study of a specific word or phrase easy, with original language tools only a click away.

The Greek New Testament, Fourth Revised Edition (with Morphology)

Sometimes referred to as the “critical text,” this is the Greek text most widely used today. It is the basis for nearly every modern Bible translation in the past one hundred years. The Greek text, punctuation, and formatting reflects that of the UBS 4th Edition. Each word carries with it searchable morphological data along with lexical (dictonary) forms and English glosses.

The Lexham Syntactic Greek New Testament

The Lexham Syntactic Greek New Testament contains the syntactic analysis of Albert L. Lukaszewski, PhD. Each sentence in the text is analyzed and hierarchically arranged into clauses and phrases. Each word is analyzed for its syntactic force to determine the role it plays in its current context. Words that are related to each other (e.g., adjectives describing specific nouns) are also noted. Also included is a full morphology along with lexical analysis.

The following resources are included:

  • The Lexham Syntactic Greek New Testament
  • The Lexham Syntactic Greek New Testament: Sentence Analysis
  • The Lexham Syntactic Greek New Testament: Expansions and Annotations
  • The Lexham Syntactic Greek New Testament: Glossary

The OpenText.org Syntactically Analyzed Greek New Testament

The OpenText.org Syntactically Analyzed Greek New Testament offers a syntactic analysis of the Greek New Testament.

The OpenText.org analysis is done at three levels: The word level, the word-group level, and the clause level. This allows searching at the word level and also searching based on syntactic structure within the Greek New Testament.

The Hebrew Bible: Andersen-Forbes Analyzed Text

This volume contains the Hebrew Bible text, with analysis and tagging by Francis I. Andersen and A. Dean Forbes. Included are a full morphological analysis of the text segments (words) of the Hebrew Bible, genre tagging, and source tagging in the Pentateuch (according to O. Eissfeldt’s sources).

Biblia Hebraica Stuttgartensia: with Werkgroep Informatica, Vrije Universiteit Morphology

The Biblia Hebraica Stuttgartensia is the standard Old Testament Hebrew text. Often referred to as the “Masoretic Text” or simply “BHS,” this is the Hebrew text most widely used today. Containing both full diacritical annotation and vowel pointing, the BHS it is the text of choice in most seminaries, Bible colleges, and universities. The BHS serves as the underlying text for most modern translations of the Old Testament. Please note that this edition only reflects the Hebrew text (consonants and vowels) and does not contain morphological information at all.

BiblePlaces.com Image Library

BiblePlace.com Image Library features 353 high-quality, high-resolution photographs, complete with detailed descriptions of sites in Israel, Jordan, Egypt, Turkey, and Greece. In this resource, archaeological discoveries are explained, and historical and geographical details are made clear. The captions are the product of more than a decade of living in the Holy Lands and researching its culture.

Images from A Biblical and Theological Dictionary

A Biblical and Theological Dictionary was first published in the mid-nineteenth century as an overview of the Bible and biblical theology, and of the Bible’s setting in geography and topography, natural history, and culture. From this public domain resource, Logos has selected 80 images that best illustrate and explain the history, artifacts, and cultures of the biblical world. These black and white engravings and drawings will enhance your Bible study and teaching.

Images from a Dictionary of the Bible (Smith)

This resource contains more than 400 illustrations from A Dictionary of the Bible by William Smith. In this resource you’ll find images of the people, places, animals, artifacts, and more—all depicted in the Bible.

Images from A Standard Bible Dictionary

In 1909, the editors of A Standard Bible Dictionary published it as a biblically and critically sound overview of important Bible themes, places, people, and objects. Their target users, both full-time Christian workers and lay teachers, wanted to study the Bible in depth without plowing through dense critical and textual issues. In producing Images from A Standard Bible Dictionary, Logos has honored this intent. We’ve selected 97 images from this public domain resource, adding brief image descriptions and lists of pertinent Bible verses. We know your Bible study time is precious and so have worked hard to pack pertinent info into readable descriptions, and to direct you to verses that partner with these illustrations to open up the world of the Word.

Images from An Illustrated History of the Holy Bible

An Illustrated History of the Holy Bible contains of history of the remarkable events and characters of the Old and New Testament, along with the Jewish history of the 400 years between the Old and New Testament. This resource contains 300 woodcut illustrations from 4,000 years of biblical history.

Images from Helps to the Study of the Bible

Helps to the Study of the Bible" and Appendix to Helps to the Study of the Bible were originally published at the end of the 19th century as study aids to Oxford University Press Bibles. From the images in these two public domain resources, Logos has selected the 72 plates that most clearly illustrate biblical people, places, things, and concepts. The combined resource, Images from Helps to the Study of the Bible reintroduces these quality images to a new generation of Bible students. Taken from sources as diverse as photographs of artifacts, drawings of coins, and sketches of Egyptian and Assyrian reliefs and paintings, these images will enrich your Bible study and teaching.

Images from Illustrations of the Bible from the Monuments of Egypt

Illustrations of the Bible from the Monuments of Egypt tells in his preface why he wrote it: “…examinations of these [images from] antiquity sufficed to show that they were not only valuable illustrations of the earliest stages of civilization, but that they afforded important, because undesigned, confirmations of the historical veracity of the Old Testament…and a careful comparison of the monuments with the Bible has enabled the author…to discover proofs, not only of authenticity in the historical narratives, but also of minute and unsuspected accuracy in the predictions of the prophets.” The 97 high-quality images that Logos has selected from this important nineteenth-century book illustrate many aspects of Egyptian life as it intersected the Old Testament.

Images from the Bible Hand-Book: For Sunday Schools and Bible Readers

The Bible Hand-Book: For Sunday-Schools and Bible-Readers helps readers visualize the events of Scripture. With 150 illustrations and 25 maps, this resource brings the text of the Bible to life. It contains images of pyramids, temples, clothing, currency, cultural artifacts, and more from the entire Near East—including Palestine, Egypt, and Asia Minor. This important companion to the text of the Bible helps students increase their interest in the Bible through accessible visual representations of the biblical narrative.

Images from the Illustrated Bible Treasury

This resource includes 300 illustrations of the biblical text—including more than 75 scenes from Palestine and Paul’s journeys (including 15 images from Jerusalem), 60 illustrations of ancient monuments and inscriptions, pictures of dozens of plants and animals mentioned in the Bible, and 15 maps.

Images from The People’s Bible Encyclopedia

The People’s Bible Encyclopedia contains 300 engravings, charts, and illustrations on nearly every topic in the Bible. These carefully selected images have been assembled by top scholars in the field, and serve to illustrate the biblical text. This resource brings the Bible to life and serves as an important guide for giving readers a more comprehensive understanding of a given subject.

Images from The Temple Bible Dictionary

The Reverends W. Ewing and J. E. H. Thompson published The Temple Dictionary of the Bible in 1910 to answer the conjectures of Higher Criticism, to provide an overview of the Bible and biblical theology, and to explain the Bible’s setting in geography, topography, natural history, and culture. From this public domain resource, Logos chose 388 images that best illustrate and explain the biblical world. We’ve added brief image descriptions and lists of pertinent Bible verses to enrich and streamline your Bible study.

Logos Bible Images

Scholarly study of the Bible flourished in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Advances in transportation, publishing, photography, archeology, paleography, numismatics, and many other domains synergized to make the geography and historical background of Bible events more accessible to scholars and to the Christian public. This careful study inevitably produced drawings and photographs of coins, archeological sites and artifacts, ancient inscriptions, places where Bible events occurred, and a wide array of other biblical subjects. Logos Bible Images gathers pertinent Images from seven public domain books published in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries and offers these images to you, reintroducing the graphic work of an earlier generation of scholars and artists to twenty-first century Bible lovers. At Logos, we believe images help you study the Bible with your whole brain, not just the verbal part.

Logos Bible Photos

As the Internet expands, the number of biblically relevant photographs available on sites worldwide increases exponentially. Often, though, the busy pastor, seminarian, or other student of the Bible doesn’t have time to tap into this complex set of resources. Logos has taken the time to search the Web for you, finding high-quality pictures to illustrate Bible concepts. We’ve made a point of choosing images that you can reuse—public domain images that have no reuse limitations, Creative Commons-licensed images that allow reuse with proper attribution. In addition, we provide a link to the page where we found each image in case you want to dig deeper. In effect, we visited museums, archeological sites, libraries, and private collections worldwide, bringing back photographs and explanatory drawings so you would have just the right image to illustrate your sermon or paper—but more importantly, to help you understand the Bible better.

ESV | English-Greek NT | The ESV English-Greek Reverse Interlinear New Testament

Logos Bible Software, in partnership with German Bible Society and Crossway Bibles, has produced this state-of-the-art New Testament reverse interlinear. This unique interlinear breaks with the convention of traditional interlinear texts by keeping the English as the top-line entry and placing the Greek text underneath it. This approach allows you to see firsthand the accuracy with which the ESV translators rendered the Greek text. Logos Bible Software holds the exclusive digital license to the ESV Reverse Interlinear.

The ESV is an “essentially literal” translation of the Bible, emphasizing word-for-word accuracy and precision along with literary beauty and readability. The publishers of the ESV have partnered with Logos Research Systems, the premier Bible research software developer, to publish this helpful resource. It will benefit anyone from serious Bible scholars to those who simply desire to study the English text of the New Testament as closely as possible to the original.

Valuable Resources Included

  • Dictionary form of each Greek word
  • Morphology of each Greek word
  • Strong's numbers for effective KeyLinking to Strongs-number-based tools
  • Transliterations of all Greek words for easy pronunciation

The ESV English-Greek Reverse Interlinear of the New Testament combines original language studies, advanced Bible study report capabilities, and one of the most popular, familiar Bible translations, the English Standard Version, into a complete Bible study tool. Now your Bible studies don't have to stop with simply reading a passage and doing simple word studies with a concordance or lexicon. You can venture into new language syntax studies, using an advanced, morphologically coded database to provide expert results on any original language study.

ESV | English-Hebrew OT | The ESV English-Hebrew Reverse Interlinear Old Testament

Logos Bible Software, in partnership with the publishers of the ESV, has produce this state-of-the-art reverse interlinear of the Old Testament. This unique interlinear breaks with the convention of traditional interlinear texts by keeping the English as the top-line entry and placing the Hebrew text underneath it. This approach allows you to see firsthand the accuracy with which the translators of the English Standard Version of the Bible (ESV) rendered the Hebrew text.

The ESV is an "essentially literal" translation of the Bible, emphasizing word-for-word accuracy and precision along with literary beauty and readability. It will benefit anyone from serious Bible scholars to those who simply desire to study the English text of the Old Testament as closely as possible to the original.

Valuable Resources Included:

  • Dictionary form of each Hebrew word
  • Morphology of each Hebrew word
  • Strong’s Number of each Hebrew word

The ESV English-Hebrew Reverse Interlinear of the Old Testament combines original language studies, advanced Bible study report capabilities, and one of the most popular, familiar Bible translations, the English Standard Version, into a complete Bible study tool. Now your Bible studies don't have to stop with simply reading a passage and doing simple word studies with a concordance or lexicon. You can venture into new language syntax studies, using an advanced, morphologically coded database to provide expert results on any original language study.

KJV | English-Greek NT | The English-Greek Reverse Interlinear New Testament King James Version

The The English-Greek Reverse Interlinear New Testament King James Version provides the English and original language text together. It also provides valuable scholarly information about how various words, phrases, and idioms are translated across a larger corpus. This makes direct study of a specific word or phrase easy, with original language tools only a click away.

KJV | English-Hebrew OT | The English-Hebrew Reverse Interlinear Old Testament King James Version

The The English-Hebrew Reverse Interlinear Old Testament King James Version provides the English and original language text together. It also provides valuable scholarly information about how various words, phrases, and idioms are translated across a larger corpus. This makes direct study of a specific word or phrase easy, with original language tools only a click away.

LEB | English-Greek NT | The English-Greek Reverse Interlinear New Testament Lexham English Bible

The The English-Greek Reverse Interlinear New Testament Lexham English Bible provides the English and original language text together. It also provides valuable scholarly information about how various words, phrases, and idioms are translated across a larger corpus. This makes direct study of a specific word or phrase easy, with original language tools only a click away.

LEB | English-Hebrew OT | The English-Hebrew Reverse Interlinear Old Testament Lexham English Bible

The LEB English-Hebrew Reverse Interlinear provides the English and original language text together. It also provides valuable scholarly information about how various words, phrases, and idioms are translated across a larger corpus. This makes direct study of a specific word or phrase easy, with original language tools only a click away.

Lexham | Greek-English NT | The Lexham Greek-English Interlinear New Testament: SBL Edition

Following the model of the Lexham Hebrew-English Interlinear Bible, the Lexham Greek-English Interlinear New Testament will present two levels of interlinear translation. The first is the lexical value, which is a gloss of the lexical or dictionary form of the word. The second is the English literal translation, a contextually sensitive gloss of the inflected form of the word. The difference in these glosses is subtle, but powerful. The first gloss answers the question, “What does this word mean?” The second gloss answers the question, “What does this word mean here?”

The Greek text behind the interlinear is The Greek New Testament: SBL Edition (SBLGNT). In addition to the interlinear translations, direct links to Louw and Nida's Greek-English Lexicon of the New Testament based on Semantic Domains are provided for every Greek word. These links are context-sensitive and connect directly to the appropriate Louw and Nida article. Those familiar with Louw and Nida's lexicon know that one Greek word may have many different entries in the lexicon, one for each semantic sense. These Louw-Nida references jump to the appropriate article when there is more than one option—providing a contextually-appropriate lexicon definition for the word under study. These links will also allow for searching the New Testament text by Louw-Nida domain and article information.

Lexham | Greek-English LXX | Lexham Greek-English Interlinear Septuagint: H.B. Swete Edition

 

Lexham Hebrew-English Interlinear Bible

“A Hebrew-English interlinear” may be one of the most frequent requests we hear from users. The problem has always been acquiring digital rights to a quality title. Recently we decided the time was right to commission our own interlinear and assembled a team that includes some of the world’s top Hebrew scholars.

Rather than machine-generating the interlinear, these scholars are painstakingly creating it word by word--a process that ensures the quality of the resulting product. For example, English glosses are rendered with utmost sensitivity to context.

The Lexham Hebrew-English Interlinear Bible is designed for electronic reference and based on the latest linguistic research. It is being created especially for Logos Bible Software and is a Logos exclusive.

Rather than present a single gloss for each Hebrew word, the interlinear takes advantage of the digital medium to offer multiple layers of English glosses that reflect the complexity of biblical Hebrew language structure. It also includes a wide range of annotations.

This approach benefits all users, whatever their level of Hebrew, as they have access to data that gives a more nuanced look at the Hebrew text.

NASB | English-Greek NT | The English-Greek Reverse Interlinear New Testament New American Standard Bible

The The English-Greek Reverse Interlinear New Testament New American Standard Bible provides the English and original language text together. It also provides valuable scholarly information about how various words, phrases, and idioms are translated across a larger corpus. This makes direct study of a specific word or phrase easy, with original language tools only a click away.

NASB | English-Hebrew OT | The English-Hebrew Reverse Interlinear Old Testament New American Standard Bible

The The English-Hebrew Reverse Interlinear Old Testament New American Standard Bible provides the English and original language text together. It also provides valuable scholarly information about how various words, phrases, and idioms are translated across a larger corpus. This makes direct study of a specific word or phrase easy, with original language tools only a click away.

NIV | English-Greek NT | The English-Greek Reverse Interlinear New Testament New International Version (2011)

The The English-Greek Reverse Interlinear New Testament New International Version (2011) provides the English and original language text together. It also provides valuable scholarly information about how various words, phrases, and idioms are translated across a larger corpus. This makes direct study of a specific word or phrase easy, with original language tools only a click away.

NIV | English-Hebrew OT | The English-Hebrew Reverse Interlinear Old Testament New International Version (2011)

The NIV 2011 English-Hebrew Reverse Interlinear provides the English and original language text together. It also provides valuable scholarly information about how various words, phrases, and idioms are translated across a larger corpus. This makes direct study of a specific word or phrase easy, with original language tools only a click away.

NKJV | English-Greek NT | The English-Greek Reverse Interlinear New Testament New King James Version

The The English-Greek Reverse Interlinear New Testament New King James Version provides the English and original language text together. It also provides valuable scholarly information about how various words, phrases, and idioms are translated across a larger corpus. This makes direct study of a specific word or phrase easy, with original language tools only a click away.

NKJV | English-Hebrew OT | The English-Hebrew Reverse Interlinear Old Testament New King James Version

The The English-Hebrew Reverse Interlinear Old Testament New King James Version provides the English and original language text together. It also provides valuable scholarly information about how various words, phrases, and idioms are translated across a larger corpus. This makes direct study of a specific word or phrase easy, with original language tools only a click away.

NLT | English-Greek NT | The English-Greek Reverse Interlinear New Testament New Living Translation

 

NRSV | English-Greek NT |The English-Greek Reverse Interlinear New Testament New Revised Standard Version

The The English-Greek Reverse Interlinear New Testament New Revised Standard Version provides the English and original language text together. It also provides valuable scholarly information about how various words, phrases, and idioms are translated across a larger corpus. This makes direct study of a specific word or phrase easy, with original language tools only a click away.

NRSV | English-Hebrew OT | The English-Hebrew Reverse Interlinear Old Testament New Revised Standard Version

The The English-Hebrew Reverse Interlinear Old Testament New Revised Standard Version provides the English and original language text together. It also provides valuable scholarly information about how various words, phrases, and idioms are translated across a larger corpus. This makes direct study of a specific word or phrase easy, with original language tools only a click away.

Bible Sense Lexicon

Now, Bible word studies go beyond just words—Logos 5’s Bible Sense Lexicon cuts straight to any noun’s meaning. Look up words in English, Greek, Hebrew, and Aramaic. Strengthen your original language vocabulary. Discover relationships behind word meanings. Make word connections, research meanings and word families, and find passages that express unique meanings of original language words. With Bible Sense Lexicon, you’ll explore semantic domains in both the Old and New Testaments.

Bible Facts: People

When it comes to biblical people, places, things, and events, Logos’ Bible Facts tool connects the dots for you. View any person’s key passages, family trees, nicknames, and titles. You’ll see their roles in biblical events—and discover relationships you never knew.

Bible Facts: Places

When it comes to biblical people, places, things, and events, Logos’ Bible Facts tool connects the dots for you. Visit ancient locations on maps and charts, and learn their story. Uncover any city, province, river, or empire’s regional history, growth and decline, and influence on biblical events.

Bible Facts: Things

When it comes to biblical people, places, things, and events, Logos’ Bible Facts tool connects the dots for you. Bible Facts gives you more than just definitions. You’ll get key passages, illustrations and photos, and articles that explore things like symbols, objects, and animals.

Bible Facts: Events

When it comes to biblical people, places, things, and events, Logos’ Bible Facts tool connects the dots for you. Study the events that changed history. Discover all the parties involved in any major event, see where it happened, and get a chronological outline of how it happened.

Clause Search

Find exactly what you’re looking for with Logos 5’s smart searches. Logos links Scripture’s pronouns and phrases to the people, places, and things they refer to. Search by English, Greek, or Hebrew clause. Find verbs based on their lemma or exact form. Don’t miss a single reference to your query.

New Testament Genre Coding

This data set helps identify the genre of a passage, sensitive to the passage’s context in the document.

Tooman Literary Genre Coding of the Old Testament

This data set helps identify the genre of a passage, sensitive to the passage’s context in the document.

Phrase Concordance

Enable Bible Word Study to run on a phrase rather than just a word. Bible Word Study will recognize phrases (in English or Spanish as well as Greek or Hebrew) rather than just words.

Referent Data

This is a dataset that identifies every named and unnamed referent in the New Testament. This allows for search by referent rather than just text.

Reported Speech

Reported Speech is a visual filter that indicates every speaker in the New Testament. Hover your mouse over the icon to see who is speaking in any passage of the New Testament.

Timeline

See it all, from the beginning. You’ll understand any event or person in context. Many of your books are tagged with Timeline events. Activate the Timeline filter in the book you’re reading to see events that link to the Timeline or jump into a book from a link in the Timeline. Logos 5’s Timeline addresses major events in biblical, church, and world history—an all-encompassing historical overview.

Catholic Lectionary

The Catholic Lectionary contains the readings used at Mass for Sundays, feasts and weekdays of the liturgical year.

Created to fulfill the desire of the Second Vatican Council to open up the treasures of the Bible more lavishly in the liturgy, its three-year cycle of readings is followed by Catholic churches around the world and also formed the basis for the Revised Common Lectionary used by many Protestant Christians.

Organized by calendar date, the Logos Catholic Lectionary allows you to easily find the readings of the week and study them in your preferred translation.

Christian Worship One Year Lectionary

The Christian Worship One Year Lectionary contains the one-year cycle of readings as given in the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod's Christian Worship hymnal. This cycle of readings is a modified version of the traditional lectionary used by Lutherans before the adoption of the newer three-year lectionaries.

Organized by calendar date, the Logos edition of the Christian Worship One Year Lectionary allows you to easily find the readings of the week and read them in your preferred translation.

Christian Worship Three Year Lectionary (with Supplemental Lectionary)

The Christian Worship Three Year Lectionary (with Supplemental Lectionary) contains the three-year cycle of readings given in the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod's Christian Worship hymnal.

This lectionary is similar to other modern three-year lectionaries, such as the Revised Common Lectionary, and is specially adapted for use by the WELS for worship on Sundays and major feasts of the Lutheran calendar. Additional readings from Christian Worship: Supplement have also been included.

Organized by calendar date, the Logos edition of the Christian Worship Three Year Lectionary (with Supplemental Lectionary) allows you to easily find the readings of the week and read them in your preferred translation.

Lutheran Service Book Historic (One Year) Lectionary

The Lutheran Service Book Historic (One Year) Lectionary contains the one-year cycle of readings given in the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod’s Lutheran Service Book.

This one-year cycle retains the traditional order of Epistle and Gospel readings used by Lutherans before the adoption of the newer three-year lectionaries, but also assigns readings from Old Testament that relate to the Gospel readings.

Organized by calendar date, the Logos edition of the Lutheran Service Book Historic (One Year) Lectionary allows you to easily find the readings of the week and read them in your preferred translation.

Lutheran Service Book Three Year Lectionary

The Lutheran Service Book Three Year Lectionary contains the three-year cycle of readings from the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod’s Lutheran Service Book.

This lectionary is similar to other modern three-year lectionaries, such as the Revised Common Lectionary, and is specially adapted for use by the LCMS for worship on Sundays and feasts of the Lutheran calendar. It also includes the dates for Commemorations of the saints.

Organized by calendar date, the Logos edition of the Lutheran Service Book Three Year Lectionary allows you to easily find the readings of the week and read them in your preferred translation.

Revised Common Lectionary Daily Readings

 

United Methodist Revised Common Lectionary

The United Methodist Revised Common Lectionary contains the three-year cycle of readings of the RCL as adapted for the use in the United Methodist Church.

Organized by calendar date, the Logos edition of the United Methodist Revised Common Lectionary allows you to easily find the readings of the week and read them in your preferred translation.

Cascadia Syntax Graphs of the New Testament: SBLGNT Edition

 

The Lexham Clausal Outlines of the Greek New Testament: SBL Edition

One of the most helpful exegetical resources for Greek students is a structural outline of the Greek text. Main verbs identified within a paragraph help students see the big picture. To keep sentences short, English translations frequently make main clauses out of participles and relative clauses—prohibiting readers from visualizing the main points of the author. Greek clausal outlines help the readers determine the main thoughts of the author and how the dependent clauses fit into the flow of the author's arguments. This resource includes the text of the Nestle-Aland 26th edition of the Greek New Testament arranged by Dr. Deppe. It also includes full morphological tagging, dictionary forms of Greek words for easy lookup, direct references to the Louw-Nida Greek-English lexicon, and English literal translations for each word in the Greek New Testament.

Glossary of Morpho-Syntactic Database Terminology

A glossary of morphological and syntactic terms used in various morpho-syntactic databases.

The Greek-Hebrew Reverse Interlinear Septuagint: H. B. Swete Edition

The Lexham Hebrew Septuagint Reverse interlinear: H.B. Swete Edition provides the English and original language text together. It also provides valuable scholarly information about how various words, phrases, and idioms are translated across a larger corpus. This makes direct study of a specific word or phrase easy, with original language tools only a click away.

Lexham LXX / MT Parallel Alignment

The Reverse Interlinear for LOGOSLXXVAR provides the English and original language text together. It also provides valuable scholarly information about how various words, phrases, and idioms are translated across a larger corpus. This makes direct study of a specific word or phrase easy, with original language tools only a click away.

A Systematic Glossary to the Andersen-Forbes Analysis of the Hebrew Bible

A syntactic analysis requires a good deal of specialized terminology, some familiar, some borrowed, and some invented for those occasions when no existing term quite works. Furthermore, authors and syntacticians each have their own idea—usually very specific!—of what is meant by each label they employ, even when using established terminology.

This glossary, then, provides definitions of the various terms and labels employed in The Hebrew Bible: Andersen-Forbes Phrase Marker Analysis. The arrangement of entries is not alphabetic. Rather, the glossary proceeds according to a plan: foundational terminology is presented up front instead of being scattered throughout, and later definitions generally build upon earlier ones. For this reason, it is possible to read the glossary from beginning to end and gain a sense of our overall approach to syntax.

The Hebrew Bible: Andersen-Forbes Phrase Marker Analysis

Andersen-Forbes Phrase Marker Analysis of the Hebrew Bible contains the syntactic analysis of Francis I. Andersen and A. Dean Forbes. Each clause and phrase in the Hebrew Bible is analyzed into its constituent parts and displayed as an interactive graph. Included along with the syntactic analysis are a full morphological analysis of the individual text segments (words), as well as genre and source tagging.

The Lexham Syntactic Greek New Testament Glossary

The Lexham Syntactic Greek New Testament contains the syntactic analysis of Albert L. Lukaszewski, Ph.D. Each sentence in the text is analyzed and hierarchically arranged into clauses and phrases. Each word is analyzed for its syntactic force to determine the role it plays in its current context. Words that are related to each other (e.g., adjectives describing specific nouns) are also noted. Also included is a full morphology along with lexical analysis.

The Lexham Syntactic Greek New Testament, SBL Edition: Sentence Analysis

The Lexham Syntactic Greek New Testament contains the syntactic analysis of Albert L. Lukaszewski, PhD. Each sentence in the text is analyzed and hierarchically arranged into clauses and phrases. Each word is analyzed for its syntactic force to determine the role it plays in its current context. Words that are related to each other (e.g., adjectives describing specific nouns) are also noted. Also included is a full morphology along with lexical analysis.

The OpenText.org Syntactically Analyzed Greek New Testament Glossary

The OpenText.org Syntactically Analyzed Greek New Testament offers a syntactic analysis of the Greek New Testament.

The OpenText.org analysis is done at three levels: The word level, the word-group level, and the clause level. This allows searching at the word level and also searching based on syntactic structure within the Greek New Testament.

OpenText.org Syntactically Analyzed Greek New Testament: Clause Analysis

The OpenText.org Syntactically Analyzed Greek New Testament offers a syntactic analysis of the Greek New Testament.

The OpenText.org analysis is done at three levels: The word level, the word-group level, and the clause level. This allows searching at the word level and also searching based on syntactic structure within the Greek New Testament.

A Harmony of the Synoptic Gospels for Historical and Critical Study

This Harmony is intended to promote and facilitate the historical study of the gospels. It examines the Synoptic Gospels, examining their parallelism paragraph by paragraph.

Jude–2 Peter (Jackson)

Jude–2 Peter contains parallel passages between the Epistle of Jude and the Second Epistle of Peter, arranged by Jeffery Glen Jackson.

Synopsis of Matthew, Mark, and Luke (Jackson)

Synopsis of Matthew, Mark, and Luke contains parallel passages from the Synoptic Gospels, arranged by Jeffery Glen Jackson.

Old Testament Quotations and Allusions in the New Testament

The New Testament depends heavily on the Old Testament. The significant metaphors, themes, and stories are used by all the writers of the New. The New Testament contains stories of prophecies and promises fulfilled in the life and work of Jesus Christ and in the work of the Early Church.

Old Testament Quotations and Allusions in the New Testament

The New Testament depends heavily on the Old Testament. The significant metaphors, themes, and stories are used by all the writers of the New. The New Testament contains stories of prophecies and promises fulfilled in the life and work of Jesus Christ and in the work of the Early Church.

Parallel Passages in the Pastoral Epistles (Brannan)

The Pastoral Epistles were all written around the same time and cover many of the same topics. It is valuable to examine their subject matter and language together. Rick Brannan’s Parallel Passages in the Pastoral Epistles displays passages which are related for one reason or another. This parallel considers passages to be parallels which use similar language, discuss similar concepts, or address similar groups. It uses First Timothy as the primary text, which provides for the order for the remaining texts. Passages in Second Timothy which have no parallels in First Timothy are listed after First Timothy. All Titus passages have been assigned parallels in either First or Second Timothy.

Records of the Life of Jesus

 

Synopsis of the Old Testament (Jackson)

Synopsis of the Old Testament contains parallels within the Pentetuech, Chronicles–Samual–Kings, Prophets, and Psalms, arranged by Jeffery Glen Jackson.

Septuagint Variants with Logos Morphology (Rahlfs’)

 

Septuagint Variants with Logos Morphology Reverse Interlinear (Rahlfs’)

The Rahlfs’ edition is the most modern critical edition of the Septuagint (LXX). The morphology gives the user the ability to draw parsing and glossary information directly from the text, which is especially important because the Greek of the LXX is significantly different from that of the New Testament.

Swete Septuagint with Morphology

Henry Barclay Swete’s Septuagint is an authoritative edition of the Greek text of the Old Testament. Work first began in 1875 at the initiative of F. H. A. Scrivener, and continued under the editorship and direction of Swete. The first volume appeared in print in 1887, and subsequent volumes were published during the following two decades. Swete’s Septuagint uses the Codex Vaticanus as its base texts, and also uses other important manuscripts, including the Alexandrine MS, Codex Sinaiticus, Codex Cottonianus, Codex Ambrosianus, and other texts. For years after its initial publication, Swete’s Septuagint remained the standard edition in print, and has been widely used by students and scholars of the Septuagint.

Logos Bible Software Infographics

Newly commissioned, high-resolution Infographics illustrate the Bible. They tell stories, explain concepts, and serve as effective teaching aids. With specially designed maps, charts, diagrams, Infographics blend the text of the Bible with visual features—presenting a colorful and vivid depiction of the Bible. Infographics are perfect for your handouts, PowerPoint presentations, and personal study.

The Apostolic Fathers in English

Those known as “Apostolic Fathers” wrote what has become some of the most important literature in the early church—letters and epistolary documents, homilies and theological tracts, documents on church order, and apocalyptic literature. In fact, some texts came close to inclusion in the New Testament canon. Tertullian regarded Hermas as Scripture, Irenaeus treated 1 Clement as canonical, and Origen regarded the Didache as inspired. Barnabas and Hermas were included in Codex Sinaiticus and 1 Clement and 2 Clement were included in Codex Alexandrinus. The near-canonical status of the writings of the Apostolic Fathers in the early church makes their importance for modern study undisputed.

Brenton's Septuagint: Greek Text

This volume contains the Greek text that Lancelot Charles Lee Brenton based his English translation from, the Codex Vaticanus. Commonly known as the Brenton LXX, it has been a standard translation, and one of the most frequently cited for more than 150 years.

Lexham Analytical Lexicon of the Septuagint: H.B. Swete Edition

The Lexham Analytical Lexicon to the Septuagint is a new lexicon to aid your study of the Old Testament in Greek. This is a unique resource and the first of its kind in the world of Septuagint studies; it is sure to be a help to those who like to track down everything related to a word when studying a passage.

As an analytical lexicon, this resource provides listings and counts of every Greek word in the LXX and whether it occurs in the New Testament or writings of the Apostolic Fathers. The lexicon entry can also jump start a Bible Word Study from the right-click menu. Following this is a listing of the most common translations and number of times each is used. Finally, included in every lexicon entry is a table of all morphological inflections of the lemma (as found in the LXX), along with the parsing and a link back to the primary entry.

Apostolic Fathers Reverse Interlinear

The Lexham Apostolic Fathers Reverse Interlinear provides the English and original language text together. It also provides valuable scholarly information about how various words, phrases, and idioms are translated across a larger corpus. This makes direct study of a specific word or phrase easy, with original language tools only a click away.

The Lexham English Septuagint

The Lexham English Septuagint is a new translation of the Septuagint (LXX, the Greek version of the Old Testament) based on Henry Barclay Swete’s edition of the Septuagint, The Old Testament in Greek According to the Septuagint. Based on the work of the popular Lexham Greek-English Interlinear Septuagint, the LES provides a literal, readable and transparent English edition of the Greek Old Testament, which was the edition of the Old Testament writings most popularly used during New Testament times and in the early church.

Lexham Hebrew Bible with Morphology

The text of the Lexham Hebrew Bible, including a morphological analysis of the text segments (words) of the Hebrew Bible.

Nestle-Aland Greek New Testament, 28th Edition, with Morphology

 

Bible Illustrations

 

The Animals Mentioned in the Bible

 

The Plants of the Bible

 

Richter Hebrew Morphology