You’re an academic. You spend the best hours of your day immersed in ancient texts, modern (and classic) commentaries, and prolific note-taking. And you need help.[Read more…]
With the launch of Logos 8 come several new features that will appeal to biblical scholars. These features range from various ways to visually work the biblical text to building your own morphological queries.
The Logos Academic Blog is committed to helping scholars, pastors, and students of the Bible do their work with more efficiency and enjoyment through the use of the very best technology available today. To that end, we are reposting a helpful article introducing Workflows, a new feature that is part of Logos 8. [Read more…]
What do you think is the most important question you might have if you were about to begin a rigorous MA in biblical studies at Oxford? Would it concern your reading list of primary and secondary sources? Would it be more practical, as in which part of Oxford to live? [Read more…]
Using a commentary like you use a lexicon — it’s not really a far-fetched idea. There are scads of context-sensitive discussions of Greek and Hebrew words locked away in commentaries. [Read more…]
Whenever I am faced with the decision of whether or not to buy a new book, I employ a tried-and-tested method. I ask myself the following question:
“Is this book a game-changer?”
Notice that I used the present tense. I don’t ask, “was.” I want to spend my hard-earned money on books that changed the direction of study in a particular sub-discipline of biblical studies, and that continue to exert an influence. [Read more…]