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  1. Product Guides

    With thousands of electronic titles to choose from, it can be challenging to know what's available in a particular area of interest. These guides are intended to provide some assistance in navigating the aisles of the Logos "bookstore." We intend to keep adding guides in different areas of interest. If you find an error in one of the guides, please email feedback@logos.com and your feedback will be forwarded to the appropriate person.

  2. Commentaries & Logos Bible Software

    Commentaries are perhaps the single most popular category of Bible reference book. Logos offers dozens of commentaries, ranging from one-volume works to multi-volume sets, critical to popular, with a range of denominational voices represented.

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    Biblical Studies

    One of the goals of in-depth Bible study is to help students of Scripture bridge the gap between the culture of today and the culture of the authors and first hearers of Scripture. These product guides discuss the tools Logos Bible Software offers for bridging this cultural gap.

  3. Logos Bible Software for Greek

     
    Logos Bible Software products for Greek study
     

    Logos Bible Software is the tool of choice for serious study of the Greek New Testament. We offer all of the most commonly used biblical texts, non-canonical texts, lexicons, grammars, and other tools for working with the Greek New Testament. 

     


  4. Logos Bible Software for Hebrew

     
    Logos Bible Software products for Hebrew study
     

    Logos Bible Software is the tool of choice for serious study of the Hebrew text. We offer all of the most commonly used biblical texts, non-canonical texts, lexicons, grammars, and other tools for working with the Hebrew Bible.

     

  5. Logos Bible Software for Ancient Languages

    Bible study in ancient languages goes far beyond Greek and Hebrew.

    Logos is working hard to build a library of material for scholarly study in all the ancient languages in which texts inform our Bible study or bear witness to the Biblical text.

    If you have recommendations on texts we should be making available electronically, or have access to electronic editions of primary source material, please contact our publisher relations department.

    • Aramaic 
      Discussion of the role of Aramaic in biblical studies and links to Logos resources for working with the language.
    • Latin 
      Resources for studying the Latin Vulgate available from Logos Bible Software.
    • Syriac 
      Guide to the Syriac NT texts, lexicons, fonts, and translations available from Logos.
    • Coptic 
      Discussion of the importance of Coptic for NT scholarship and links to related Logos resources.
    • Ugaritic 
    • Armenian 
    • Georgian 
    • Gothic 
    • Ethiopic 
    • Old Church Slavonic