Logos Bible Software is one of the biggest bible programs. Fairly recently, the newest edition Logos 10 was released. I recommend every church leader have some level of Logos, because of the monthly freeĀ  and heavily discounted books, and Lexham Bible Dictionary, a free dictionary which is modern and helpful. For instance, the free books for this month (Nov 22, more books because of Black Friday promo) are Luke (Preacher’s Commentary series) by Bruce Larson, Jon Courson’s Application Commentary: New Testament, Christ and Spirituality in St. Thomas Aquinas and Choosing Gratitude by Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth. In terms of brilliant discounted books for this month (using USD), MacArthur’s Quick Reference Guide to the Bible 1.99, God in the Manger by MacArthur 1.99, 1 Peter (NIV Application Commentary) by McKnight 4.99, Sermon on the Mount (Story of God, NIV commentary series which is somewhat an update on the NIVAC) by McKnight 4.99, 1 and 2 Thessalonians (Story of God commentary) 5.99, Ecclesiastes (Word Biblical Commentary) by Murphy 6.99, Joel (Zondervan Exegetical Commentary) by Joel Barker 7.99, Mark (Zondervan Exegetical Commentary) by Mark Strauss 8.99, Acts (NIVAC) by Ajith Fernando 8.99 and John 2nd ed (WBC) by George Beasley-Murray 9.99 [Grab these books here if it’s still November 22]. These work out quite cheap and while the Word Biblical Commentary is probably not recommended for new leaders, NIVAC and Story of God are aimed at application and can be helpful for small group leaders through to starting preachers and even after conversion to AUD these are quite cheap.

I hope to put together my own review for Logos 10, and evaluate a few of the packages but in the mean time, I wanted to collate a few resources on Logos 10 to help you with any decisions, and these will provide another perspective, when my review is finally done. Please note that I’ve compiled a number of resources here, from a number of different sources. Inclusion of this other content shouldn’t be taken to say that I agree with all comments, that there is any relationship between me, this blog and the other creators, and shouldn’t be seen as approval of this content by those who I’ve referenced here.

Also, if you decide to make a purchase then an affiliate link that I have as a Logos package owner is https://partners.faithlife.com/click.track?CID=444667&AFID=525197 and I may get some credit to purchase more resources.

Print Library

New Logos 10 Feature – available in the Full Feature Set or Gold and up – Check out this post

Auto Translation

Check out Morris Proctor’s [the only official Logos trainer I believe] post on the Auto Translation feature in Logos 10 here.

Sermon Bulk Import

Check it out here.

Purchasing Options

Look at the purchasing options here.

Don’t have enough time for the webinar? Check out the official blog post here. If you do end up purchasing Logos and are after training, Jason from this webinar is one of the people behind Logos Daily with a free to access forum platform for questions, as well as solo and group training and events. I’ll be looking at doing training soon with a trial subscription as that’s what I can do at the moment.

Logos Daily’s Michel Pauw has a written Upgrade Guide to help you pick a package. Check it out here, also his affiliate link has a 30% discount and supports his translation work in Papua New Guinea.

Kurt Willems is a pastor who’s provided a Logos 10 review. You may be aware of him from his podcast Theology Curator (fka the Paul-cast). Check out his review, called Create and Deliver Better Sermons here.

Bible Buying Guide is one of the big Bible YouTubers, so you can also get a written review here.

Kirk Miller is a pastor, who I follow on Facebook, I don’t think we’re from similar traditions. Check out his review here.

Check out Malcolm Webber at HealthyLeaders.com’s review here.

Torah Apologetics has a Logos 10 review here, focussing on what’s changed and an earlier Logos 9 review. Checking out both is recommended by the author at Torah Apologetics, to get a full perspective on Logos and not just the new changes in Logos 10.

Here’s another written review, from David Couch. Check it out.

A more technical review from J. David Stark is available here.

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