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Logos Bible Software Resources for Sale

I am selling several of my resources for Logos Bible Software. I’ll keep this list updated until all have been sold. Use the form below to contact me. 

Buy $100-149 = 10% off total price
Buy $150-199 = 15% off total price
Buy $200+ = 20% off total price

Note: Logos requires the buyer to pay a $20 license transfer fee. You only pay this once, whether you buy one or all of these items.

Title Author Academic Pricing Selling
Logos 6: Silver Logos 799.99 $750
The New Testament and the People of God NT Wright 25.99 $20
Jesus and the Victory of God NT Wright 29.80 $20
Suprised by Hope NT Wright 17.85 $10
Lewis and Short’s Latin Dictionary 104.95 $60
Dictionary of Major Bible Interpreters IVP 34.95 $10
John MacArthur Essential Bible Study Library John MacArthur No longer available $40
Commentary on the New Testament Use of the Old Testament Greg Beale, ed 59.99 $35
BDAG/HALOT Bundle Multiple 248.95 $200
IVP Dictionary of the Old Testament Bundle (Historical Books & Pentateuch) IVP 69.95 $45
IVP Dictionary of the Old Testament Bundle (Prophets & Wisdom, Poetry, and Writings) IVP 71.95 $45
Introducing Biblical Hebrew Allen Ross 49.99 $25
Liddell and Scott Greek-English Lexicon (LSJ) Multiple 130.75 $80
Greek Grammar Beyond the Basics Daniel Wallace 39.95 $15
Grammar of the Greek New Testament A.T. Robertson 59.95 $35
Intermediate New Testament Greek: A Linguistic and Exegetical Approach Richard Young 21.99 $10
Southern Baptist Journal of Theology (11 vols.) Multiple 34.95 $15
Christian Theology, 2nd ed. Millard Erickson 29.99 $5
Systematic Theology: An Introduction to Bible Doctrine Wayne Grudem 30.95 $10
New Bible Commentary D.A. Carson ed. 39.95 $15
The Drama of Scripture: Finding Our Place in the Biblical Story Craig Bartholomew 19.95 $10
The Right Doctrine from the Wrong Texts? Greg Beale ed. 36.00 $10
Old Testament Theology Paul House 28.00 $10
New Testament Theology: Magnifying God in Christ Thomas Schreiner 44.99 $20
Orthodoxy CK Chesterton 12.08 $5
Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society Multiple 104.95 $70
ESV Bible Study Notes Multiple 29.95 $10
An Introduction to the New Testament Carson and Moo 31.99 $15

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iOS Workflow: Quickly Search BDAG Entries in Logos using Drafts

Description:

Quickly type the lexical value in Drafts to search BDAG in the Logos Bible Software iOS app (video demo)

Apps Needed:

Drafts – $9.99 (Universal)
Logos Bible Software – Free (must have BDAG)

Workflow

  1. Open Drafts
  2. Switch to Greek keyboard on iOS
  3. Type lexical value (no need for accents)
  4. Click the BDAG action button
  5. Will automatically open the Logos app to the lexical entry in BDAG. Note: I find it works best if you download the BDAG resource to your iPad/iPhone

Download the workflow here

How to use BDAG – Rodney Decker

This is a repost of mine from about a year ago but I thought it would be helpful to post it again with the new semester starting. BDAG is an invaluable resource but unfortunately many people treat it like a dictionary for glosses. If you spend the time now to learn how to use it then it will help your Greek studies in the future…

If you’re anything like me you began using A Greek-English Lexicon of the New Testament and Other Christian Literature (BDAG) without stopping to think about how actually to use it.  Sure, you can use it to find a reliable gloss but there is a wealth of information in there that you are not tapping into.  Rodney Decker has written (back in 2003) an extremely helpful essay giving a brief history of lexicography and BDAG along with an extensive analysis of how to actually use the lexicon.  This is one essay that I wish I would have read in my first semester of Greek.

You can find the link to the essay here.  The essay is also in the appendix of his Koine Greek Reader

Also, you should check out his website/blog, NT Resources, which is filled with a wealth of Greek and other biblical resources.

How to use BDAG – Rodney Decker

If you’re anything like me you began using A Greek-English Lexicon of the New Testament and Other Christian Literature (BDAG) without stopping to think about how actually to use it.  Sure, you can use it to find a reliable gloss but there is a wealth of information in there that you are not tapping into.  Rodney Decker has written (back in 2003) an extremely helpful essay giving a brief history of lexicography and BDAG along with an extensive analysis of how to actually use the lexicon.  This is one essay that I wish I would have read in my first semester of Greek.

You can find the link to the essay here.  The essay is also in the appendix of his Koine Greek Reader

Also, you should check out his website/blog, NT Resources, which is filled with a wealth of Greek and other biblical resources.

 

 

 

HT: Danny Zacharias