Logos App Coming to Windows Phone: Help Make It Happen


Help us bring the Logos mobile experience to your Windows Phone—we need your help! iOS and Android users have relied on our mobile apps to study the Word for years. Features like Passage Guide, Bible Word Study, and Text Comparison turn your phone or tablet into a powerful Bible study tool. After using our iOS app, one […]

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Reserve Your Spot at BibleTech: 2015


BibleTech explores the intersection of Scripture and technology, showcasing the innovative work of people working in this space everyday. And you’re invited! From April 30 through May 2, come rub shoulders with other like-minded developers, Bible scholars, linguists, and database experts. BibleTech attendees work every day to apply the power of technology to biblical scholarship. […]

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More Americans Read the Bible than Watch the Superbowl


According to the Barna Research Group, 37 percent of Americans read the Bible at least once a week. For comparison, only about one third of Americans watched the Super Bowl last year. This year, reading the Bible daily is even easier, thanks to the Every Day Bible app. Every Day Bible takes the guesswork out of […]

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Introducing the Every Day Bible App


Read the Bible—just a little everyday—and you’ll know it better. You’ll get to know God better. And you’ll learn more about what it means to follow him. Everybody knows that. The problem isn’t knowing it. The problem is in the flood of questions and roadblocks that follow when you or I make a commitment to […]

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Faithlife Corporation Competes at Bellingham Traverse


On Saturday I joined a group of Faithlife employees set out to repeat last year’s victory in the Bellingham Traverse, a multi-sport relay race. Competing as Logos Bible Software a year ago, our 3:17:00 time was good enough for 1st place in the corporate division. So we entered this year with high hopes. Not many […]

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3 Ways to Uncover Biblical Themes

The key to understanding a Scripture passage is often to first understand the larger theme of the book it’s in. Commentaries or study Bibles may point out major themes for you, but you can find them yourself if you know where to look. Here are three ways to find a biblical book’s theme: Read through […]

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