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Logos Bible Software 4 is probably the best Bible software that money can buy. It’s incredibly powerful, and the possibilities of study are endless! You’ve probably got hundreds or even thousands of resources, dozens of tools; and millions of words. Where do you start? And how can you be sure you’re getting the most out of your investment?
That’s where the Logos 4 tutorial videos come in. Step by step, these videos show you the great features in Logos Bible Software. Watch along, then try it for yourself. If you missed something, just pause, and rewind. You’ll find new tools and features, quicker ways of working, and best of all you’ll learn how to use Logos to study the Bible better.
My name is Mark Barnes, and each of the tutorials has been put together using the things I’ve learned from hundreds of Logos users on the Logos Community Forums. I’m the pastor of a church, PhD student and part-time lecturer, so I use Logos almost every day for sermon preparation, post-graduate research, and as a teaching tool. Since Logos 4 was released I’ve spent more than 1,000 hours using Logos to help me prepare more than 100 sermons, so you can be confident that the things that you’ll learn in these videos will be practical, and rooted in my own experience in ministry.
Each of the videos lasts for around twenty minutes, and covers one main topic. The videos are recorded in full HD so you’ll be able to see everything clearly. To maximise your viewing experience, you’ll probably find it best to view the videos full-screen. Just click those four little arrows at the bottom of each video to switch to a full-screen view.
Whether you’re a complete beginner, or have been using Logos for several months, my prayer is that you’ll find these videos help you to enjoy studying the Bible even more, and that by doing so you’ll grow in your knowledge of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. That’s why I’m making these videos available completely free of charge. You can watch them online, download them onto your computer, and share them with your friends – all completely free.
So why not set aside twenty minutes to watch one of the videos now, then bookmark the site and come back and watch the rest later. I hope you enjoy getting even more out of Logos, and , of course, even more out of your study of the Bible.