This 2-minute video explains what Logos 7 is:
I’ve been using Logos 7 for the last few weeks, and the Logos team has increased the product’s value yet again. You can learn more about Logos 7 here (with a special offer for my readers who don’t already own a Logos base package).
I have enthusiastically used Logos Bible Software since 1998, and my enthusiasm continues to grow. I prefer using resources on the Logos platform over any other medium including print because Logos books are more versatile and searchable. I love being able to read them and mark them up on my computer, tablet, and phone and that my highlights and notes sync across those devices.
My confidence in Logos Bible Software is higher now than it’s ever been:
- Phil Gons, who leads Logos, is one of my accountability partners and best friends. I know Logos will continue to be excellent with Phil at the helm.
- My good friend Mark Ward is a Logos Pro for Faithlife. (His Logos articles are excellent.)
- When I revised my first PhD dissertation for publication, I asked Logos if they would publish it, and Lexham Press (a division of Faithlife) published my first solo book. I’m pleased with how accessible they have made that book. And this summer I drafted a more popular-level version of that book that Lexham Press is planning to publish in both print and Logos Bible Software formats (more on that later).
- In August 2015 my colleague Jason DeRouchie and I spent a week at the Faithlife headquarters in Bellingham, Washington, to record Mobile Ed courses on Old Testament Exegesis and New Testament Exegesis. (By the way, we’ve thoroughly updated those lectures for two companion books that P&R plans to publish in March 2017. More on that later.) Jason and I were able to tour the Faithlife facilities and meet with the organization’s leaders and other team members, and they’re impressive (not to mention that Greek scholar Steve Runge let us ride his jet skis!).
Faithlife is a great company producing a great product. I’ve spent about $20,000 on Logos products over the last decade or so, and I have no regrets. I’m all in.