RE: Logos

From: David Sims (
Date: Fri May 03 1996 - 00:33:06 EDT

I use Logos and find it to be the most comprehensive program imaginable. What
I particularly like is that I can keep adding to it. I am convinced that it
has the best tools available for the study of God's Word. I've tried the
others; Logos is setting a new standard.

Dave Sims

From: Scobie Smith
Sent: Wednesday, 1 May 1996 7:26
To: ''
Subject: FW: BibleWorks and Windows9

Well, while we'll on the subject of Bible software....

Logos Research Systems offers a special Greek Scholars Pack for about
$99. It includes the Nestle-Aland text with lemmas, morphology, and
glosses, lexica (BAG, LSJ intermediate), and some English versions. I
don't have the details of all the exact contents, but the idea is that it
is a focused set of Greek-related tools -- so that you don't have to buy
the whole Logos Level 3 CD to get just these. You also have the option
of unlocking other titles from the CD at any time (with a phone call and
credit card) -- the whole Logos Library is still available from the same

It runs under Win95, though it is at present still a 16-bit program. It
also runs under Win3.1 of course. For more info, you can reach me at:, or you can go to the sales department, at: (I'm not in sales, so I don't necessarily have all the
price info.)
 -Scobie P. Smith
Logos Research Systems

From: owner-b-greek[]
Sent: Wednesday, May 01, 1996 3:09 PM
To: b-greek
Cc: Karen Pitts
Subject: Re: BibleWorks and Windows9

At 07:03 AM 4/29/96 +0000, Karen wrote:
>A member of our Greek reading group called today. She has Windows95 and
>to get some Bible software, primarily to be able to print out the Greek
>for whatever we happen to be reading, but also to do some study. From
>posts, I gleaned a recommendation for BibleWorks.

I am not a Windows 95 user, so I can't answer that question, but I would
another suggestion: If the primary need is to print out and study the
text (rather than a need for an extensive collection of English Bibles
reference aids) you friend shuold look into the Gramcord edition of White
Harvest's Bible Companion Series. It would be considerably less
Actually, the full Teacher's version of the Bible Companion Series, which
would include lots of English Bibles and reference aids, would be about
less than BibleWorks.

You can contact Paul Miller ( for information about
Gramcord software for Windows.

 --David Housholder
  Marietta, Georgia

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