For years, Logos has created Bible software to help students and pastors do better Bible study. With Logos 6, we want pastors to take back their Saturdays and spend more time in ministry and with their families,and less time in research. To that end, we’ve created features and tools to make discovering these insights easier than ever.
What is the chief way that Logos helps you discover insights fast? The guides. Our team listened to suggestions from pastors and church leaders who teach and preach week-in and week-out on how we can make our software work as a true digital research assistant. We’ve created guides that help give more of an overview (Passage Guide), that dig down into the grammar and syntax (Exegetical Guide), and help you craft better sermons (Sermon Starter Guide). You can even create a custom guide that fits your workflow.
Craft sermons with your own virtual research assistant Preparing a sermon on Romans 3:21-26? Just search for the reference in the Passage Guide and Logos pulls together commentaries, sermons, grammars, journals, and more—all from your library. No more spending time combing through commentaries and paging through cross-references: with Logos, everything is linked together to give you the best research experience possible. It’s like having a team of research assistants through your library finding the exact resources you need, and opening them up to just the right page.
We’ve even tailor-made a library of books to provide you with the best that the Baptist tradition has to offer—names like Charles Spurgeon, A.T. Robertson, and Andrew Fuller. Or, if you’re looking for commentaries, we’ve placed some of the best pastoral and academic works at your disposal, such as the New American Commentary series.
To help you get started with Logos, we’re offering readers of Baptist21 15% off any Base Package of your choice. Whether you’re a lay person, small group leader, or pastor, Logos 6 gives you the tools you need to bring your insights about the Bible to others.