It has been six months since Faithlife released Logos 9, and I thought it would be a good time to look and see the parts that I have used the most.According to my ‘screen time report’ from macOS, Logos is my most used application during the week, which already speaks for how prominent it is […]
Logos has the ability to add custom highlights across your Bible. Not only are these helpful on the desktop, but they also sync onto mobile too! To add Dave’s highlight palettes to your copy of Logos, click the links below and press ‘Get a copy’: Structure Palette Chiasms Palette The team at Faithlife have kindly […]
Every couple of years Faithlife release an update to their flagship software Logos. The Faithlife developers have not taken a break, and even in the midst of a global pandemic, they have been hard at work. 2020 introduces us to the latest and greatest: Logos 9. Faithlife was kind enough to give me early access […]
Finding the structure of a Bible book is really important for getting the message that the author is wanting to convey. Dave shows us two resources in this video that he finds useful to ‘invite into his study’. As always, the resources – and links to pick them up in Logos -are below. Resources shown […]
Surely sitting on the fence is the easiest place to get the best view? The big problem is that Christianity doesn’t rest on things we can take a ‘don’t know’ position on. Christianity rests on facts. Either facts you believe or facts you don’t believe.
We recently had Luke 8:22-56 preached at Christ Church Hemel, and it struck me that Luke alludes (quite strongly) to Jonah in the first section (Luke 8:22-25). Just consider the similarities: Jesus, like Jonah, falls asleep on the boat. (Luke 8:23, Jonah 1:5) Shortly after a storm rises, threatening to sink the boat. (Luke 8:23, […]