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Better Sermons, Faster Study, More Insights: See How

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Keeping up with your Bible study, let alone keeping it rich and exciting, is a daily struggle for many people.

Whether you’re a pastor tired from late-night sermon prep, a seminary student buried under tedious tasks, an academic lacking the resources to make new discoveries, or a layperson wanting to be more confident in your biblical knowledge, there will almost always be roadblocks in your Bible study.

Fortunately, these are the exact roadblocks Logos 6 was designed to alleviate. The new Bible study software from Faithlife comes with brand-new tools, smart resources, one-of-a-kind Interactive Media, and beautiful Media Collections—all created to help you gain fresh insights and share your findings in engaging ways.

Simply put, Logos is the best Bible study software ever, and it keeps getting better. With Logos 6, you can save time, be confident in your findings, and get excited to share incredible insights with your community.


Explore the Biblical World

Understanding cultural concepts from biblical times is integral to understanding the Word—you can’t truly wrap your mind around the imagery and practices referenced in Scripture without understanding what they meant to the author. That’s why Logos 6 comes packed with new tools and resources to help you study Scripture in context.

The new Cultural Concepts tool identifies over 1,000 cultural concepts throughout the Bible, like religious activities, food, music, birth and death practices, marriage rituals, and economic structures, so you can derive greater meaning from biblical events and imagery. In seconds, explore all the cultural concepts expressed in a passage, then connect those concepts to ancient texts.

With the Ancient Literature tool, you can get a clear view of the Bible’s background by exploring ancient texts side by side with Scripture. This tool links Scripture to ancient texts based on shared themes, references, allusions, and more.

With Atlas and the interactive Biblical Event Navigator, you can connect Bible narratives to their geographical context with professional maps and 3-D tours.

Logos 6 takes you deep into the biblical world so you can better understand the cultural perspective from which Scripture was written.

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Craft Better Sermons—Faster

No more late Saturday nights frantically preparing for Sunday morning—Logos 6’s new tools equip you to build beautiful presentations while you study. With the Visual Copy tool, you can transform text selections and images into perfectly formatted slides in seconds. Just right click your selection, choose from premade templates and beautiful art, and send your slide straight to your presentation.

Logos 6 also comes with massive collections of stunning artwork. Just enter a query into the new Media Search and get every relevant map, family tree, 3-D infographic, and photo, in your library and online.

Engage your audience and save yourself the stress of last-minute presentations: Logos 6 streamlines your workflow and equips you to be a better preacher and teacher.


Engage the Word with Interactive Media

Logos 6 unveils the next generation of Bible study innovation: Interactive Media. Interactive Media are new resources that help you explore both the biblical world and the Bible’s original languages, as well as perform complex tasks in seconds. Get into the Word with new calculators and text converters, virtual tours, interactive infographics, and helpful tutors. Use this media to engage your students or congregation, or for your personal study.

In seconds, convert Greek and Hebrew into a variety of transliteration schemes with Text Converter, find every time a specific lemma formation is used throughout the Greek New Testament with Morphology Charts, learn to read and write Greek and Hebrew with interactive tutors, explore the Psalms with a colorful browser that lets you filter the Psalms by order, genre, book, author, and theme, and better understand biblical measurements by instantly converting them into modern examples.

Interactive Media equip you for deeper, more engaging study. (And, let’s be honest … they’re pretty fun, too.)

Get Logos 6 Today!

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So, what are you waiting for? Start gaining incredible insights: get Logos 6 today.

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