Each of the collections listed here are available for a purchase of $0.00 (FREE) from Logos.
In total (if you get all 7 collections) you are looking at adding over 1700 resources to your Logos Library. The “Perseus Classics Collection” is must have for your New Testament (and LXX) exegetical work. If you have ever translated a text and run across any “hapax legomena”, then adding the Perseus Classics Collection” and “The Duke Databank of Documentary Papyri” is for you. See the video below for a great example!
In the last few Logos trianing sessions we have held here at the Seminary, we have had several quesitons regarding “prioritizing” Lutheran resources, in particular, Luther’s Works. Unfortunately, in the past we have had to instruct students that the only way to get Luther’s Works into your prioritization was to add each volume individually since the resource itself was not constituted as a “series” within your library.
Well… I am happy to say that this is no long the case. The “Luther’s Works” resource is now a series in your Logos DLS!
To prioritize Luther’s Works simply drag ANY volume of Luther’s Works from your library to a position of your choosing in your library “prioritization” list and the entire 55 Vol. (or 56 Vol.) Collection will come over.
The new Logos Android app is now available for FREE Download to Android smartphones and Android tablets. Now you can take Logos with you wherever you go. The Logos Android app allows you access to your favorite Logos tools such as footnotes, quick Bible verse preview, Bible word study, text comparison, passage guide, and reverse interlinear. Study the Bible like you never have before with the new Logos Android app. For Logos 4 base package owners, the app will also give you access to many of the books from your library that are not available individually, allowing for a fuller and richer Bible study experience.
Why would you want it? Well, it’s largely Greek and Latin texts from ancient cultures. They will help contextualize any Exegetical or Word Study done via Logos. Maybe a particular word only shows up once in the New Testament, but it shows up many times in the work of philosophers, poets, mathamaticians, and historians.
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