I love the Logos 10 software package on my MacBook Air M1. And it’s the Bible app of choice I keep at the top left of my iPhone Home screen. Because, right from the opening, it’s a great way to take a deeper, yet user-friendly, dive into the Bible. If you’re looking for a gift that’ll keep on giving for the rest of someone’s life, here it is.
When you open the software, on a computer, you find your dashboard and an extensive array of helpful suggested links on the middle/right side. And on the left side, you see quick links to your library, search tool, your Bible, a very useful Factbook, documents, guides/workflows, and other tools. At the bottom left you’ll find a link to set up your preferred layout.
Explore a little further inside Logos 10 to discover how you can…
- select your favorite books,
- customize your home page,
- read a Bible or devotional,
- read a Bible with commentary,
- study a subject more in-depth,
- study words in a passage,
- search your Bible for words and phrases or study words “from scratch,”
- search through the Bible with shortcuts,
- search all your books,
- follow a planned study or create your own study space
For decades I carried my physical Bible to church. And, to this day, there’s something both nostalgic and appealing in the tactile act of turning physical pages in a vintage Bible. But, now, I prefer my Bible app exponentially more. Because, when it comes to learning about the book God wrote to us, there’s so much more to gain.
And when I say “more,” I mean so much more you’ll never get to it all.
Under your “library” link alone, there’s a mind-boggling list of resources. And you can even add more. Because there are also resources in lots of other languages. So, if like cross-referencing, you’ll love Logos 10.
When you think about it, information isn’t physical. So, it makes sense that a digital Bible, with its ability to provide access to so many resources at the tap of finger would be such an engaging experience. You can even track and measure your progress through reading plans, courses, and other studies.
I’m not gonna tell you that Logos 10 and the Logos app are better than your physical Bible. Because that’s a subjective choice. But I WILL say that if you’d like to get a constant teaching/learning companion that’s as close as your pocket, at all times, you won’t find a better choice than Logos 10.
By the way. You’ll notice the links when I use the title, Logos 10. Yes, those are affiliate links. And if you use one of those links and buy something from them, I’ll make a small commission. But I’m not sharing affiliate links to just make money. Because I wouldn’t share these links if I didn’t use (and thoroughly enjoy) this software. If you get anything from Logos, let me know your thoughts. But I bet you’ll love this software.