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    Arrow Free tool - Logos 7

    Logos is offering Logos 7 for free, plus they give a free digital book each month:

    https://www.logos.com/basic?utm_sour...mo-logos7basic
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ruminator View Post
    Logos is offering Logos 7 for free, plus they give a free digital book each month:

    https://www.logos.com/basic?utm_sour...mo-logos7basic
    Are there language tools in it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnB View Post
    Are there language tools in it?
    I just upgraded to it today and haven't had a chance to look it over. Logos 7 is the platform and it has a small starter set of materials.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ruminator View Post
    I just upgraded to it today and haven't had a chance to look it over. Logos 7 is the platform and it has a small starter set of materials.
    My son was a software engineer for them for about 4 years. I could have gotten a real discount but didn't jump on it.

    Kicking myself now.

    Thanks again

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnB View Post
    My son was a software engineer for them for about 4 years. I could have gotten a real discount but didn't jump on it.

    Kicking myself now.

    Thanks again

    JohnB
    Fortunately there are great free tools available, such as e-sword.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ruminator View Post
    Fortunately there are great free tools available, such as e-sword.
    I like e-sword but it lags at times for me. I prefer theWord. I never have issues with it. However I use both. Plus ISA.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lightbearer View Post
    I like e-sword but it lags at times for me. I prefer theWord. I never have issues with it. However I use both. Plus ISA.
    I find http://Biblehub.com to be very powerful also.

    And this: https://net.bible.org/#!bible/Matthew+1

    But once you've spent time with a particular tool it is hard to feel comfortable with any other tool.
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