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Cutting Edge Tools for Your Research

Welcome to the new frontier in Bible software for the study of the Hebrew and Greek texts! Logos is committed to pioneering innovative tools and databases for academic research and teaching.

We invite you to see for yourself how that commitment has paid off for scholars. Once you get a glimpse of what you can do in the text and how you can offer it visually to your students, you’ll never look at software quite the same way.

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Links:    Videos    |    Syntax Papers at SBL    |    Awards for Technology Papers

Greek & Hebrew Syntax Videos

Welcome to the next generation of computer-based original language research.

Logos Bible Software wants to vault you to the cutting edge of computer-based research in the original languages. Each link below opens a narrated video presentation of a search that is well beyond the reach of Bible software as you’ve known it.

If you're intrigued by what you see here, be sure to attend one of the papers or additional meetings on syntax at ETS/SBL.


  Search Video #1:

Andersen-Forbes Analyzed Text of the Hebrew Bible
(8:10, 9MB)

Compound subject in agreement with a singular verb across verse boundaries.

  Search Video #2:

Andersen-Forbes Analyzed Text of the Hebrew Bible
(5:55, 4MB)

Verb-Subject-Object (VSO) order vs. Subject-Verb-Object (SVO) order in clauses in the Pentateuch generally, and by Eissfeldt source (P, J).


  Search Video #1: Syntactically Analyzed Greek New Testament
(15:23, 14MB)

Accusative noun or pronoun as subject of an infinitive, when the infinitive also takes an accusative object.

  Search Video #1:

Lexham Syntactic Greek New Testament
(4:25, 3MB)

Finding double accusatives in the Catholic Epistles.