This is a really neat online tool for anyone wanting to further their bible study skills. It helps the reader see side by side comparisons of different translations, shows original meanings of Hebrew and Greek words, as well as contextual information, and much more.
Logos has a downloadable base package that is completely free. Users can add additional content, including commentaries, bible versions, books, and other literature as they choose. There is even a “Free Book Of The Month”. This software is less user friendly than the Tyndale tool mentioned above, and would be more suited for intermediate to advanced users.
The translators notes on this version are a fantastic resource.
Visual storytelling meets the bible. Videos explaining not only the theme of each book of the bible, but also how God’s story is revealed through the entirety of scripture, and how everything is connected.
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