5 – Reverse Interlinears

This video is about reverse interlinears. I try to demonstrate the difference between a reverse interlinear and a traditional interlinear, and why reverse interlinears are so useful. We look at the various viewing options, and there’s a fairly full demonstration of the right-click menu. Finally I look at Strong’s Numbers and Louw-Nida numbers, and try to show why Louw-Nida are far more useful than Strong’s, at least in the NT.

Uploaded: 5 Nov 2010, 4,718 views.

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9 Responses to 5 – Reverse Interlinears

  1. Rick Abshier says:

    Thanks again!

  2. Kaytee says:

    Reverse Interlinear is such an exciting research tool. Your video has given me clear instructions to access and use it fully. Very helpful. God’s blessings to you.

  3. Shairon says:

    Very good instruction, Greek is so greek to me, but with reverse interlinear it certainly makes it much clearer.
    Thanks for sharing with us.
    God Bless!

  4. Steve says:

    Thank you for posting this video. I am constantly amazed at the power at our fingertips with Logos, if only we understood that it was there and how to access it.

    This video FINALLY made clear reverse interlinears, something I have wanted to understand for two years!

    You have blessed your viewers!

  5. Sean dwyer says:

    Does this work on an iPad with no Internet?

  6. Brian says:

    Extremely helpful, clear, and concise! It is like opening up a new world to me. Thank you for your time, your effort, and your ministry.

  7. Pete Killingley says:

    Fantastic – thank you! Helps me to understand all that Logos can do!

  8. Great info clearly given! But, I find that the reverse interlinear video stops at 27:32 and does not complete.

  9. george says:

    Excellent! I just got my R/I’s and am thrilled with all the information available. Thank-you for the instruction. The video answered all my questions and showed me more possibilities, as well!

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