Finding Time for Theological Education

Dr. Michael Heiser teaches what reverse interlinears are and how they work (:10), and an animation explains Logos Mobile Education (3:45).

Connect your translation to the original text

The Logos reverse interlinear feature simplifies your original-language study. Unlike a traditional interlinear, which displays the Greek and Hebrew words in order, the reverse interlinear keeps the word order in line with the English translation and moves the Greek and Hebrew words around to match, making it much easier to explore the original languages.
Click on any word in the Bible and your reverse interlinear opens a grid at the bottom of the text that displays key information on each word, including its Greek or Hebrew translation, transliteration, lemma, morphology, Strong’s number, and Louw-Nida number.
Explore Logos 8 base packages with this feature.

Set the pace for your theological education with Mobile Ed courses

Take courses with the world’s leading professors that fit your schedule. Each course shows you how to research your specific topic using the advanced tools and massive depth of the Logos digital library. Whether you have a background in your desired area of study or are just beginning, Mobile Ed has the courses to take you to the next level.
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Faithlife (makers of Logos Bible Software) is the largest developer of Bible study software and a worldwide leader in multilingual electronic publishing. Faithlife partners with more than 500 publishers to make more than 120,000 Bible study resources available to customers around the world. Faithlife also offers a range of ministry, communication, and management tools for churches.

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Written by Faithlife Staff