Category Archives: Logos

Electronic Edition of the Göttingen Septuagint Announced by Logos

Logos Bible Software has announced a project that will make all Septuagint scholars’  mouths water: an electronic edition of all of the Göttingen Septuagint volumes, including the entire critical apparatus.  The LXX will be morphologically tagged and fully searchable; and … Continue reading

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Logos for Mac Delayed (Again)

As one who has been wondering about the development of Logos Bible Software for Macintosh (see previous posts here and here), I wasn’t entirely surprised to receive an email from Bob Pritchett yesterday explaining the long delay. As it turns … Continue reading

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Logos for the Macintosh – Progress is Being Made…

The Logos Bible Software blog has posted a screenshot of the Macintosh version of Logos’ “My Library” palette. It looks nice. Of course, my question is whether this is a mock up (which anyone with Photoshop could make), or do … Continue reading

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Graphical Searches: Logos and Accordance Compared

Rick Brennan — of Ricoblog fame — has posted an excellent tutorial on using the Graphical Query Editor in Logos Bible Software (“Nouns and Adjectives and Graphical Queries, Oh My!” 4 August 2005) on the brand new Logos Bible Software … Continue reading

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Good First Impressions: Stuttgart Electronic Study Bible

I just received my copy of the Stuttgart Electronic Study Bible (SESB), and let’s just say that so far I am very impressed. The SESB is a must-have addition to Logos Bible Software for students and scholars of the Bible. … Continue reading

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