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May I suggest, Paul, that you make some recommendations for Lutheran pastors interested in the new Logos for Mac Bible Study software. (I’m a current user of Accordance.) The Logos “Scholars” edition seems to have good tools for Bible study in the original, but a whole lot of Reformed/Evangelical commentaries, etc. that may not be of great use/interest to me. I’m interested in good tools for Bible study, especially in the original, as well as the Concordia Electronic Theological Library and Luther’s Works – previously not available to Mac users on OS 10.5. What’s the best way for a Lutheran pastor to “get on board” with the new Logos for Mac software without spending lots of money on peripheral stuff?
So glad it is out, but why are they charging for the engine? The PC version can be downloaded for free. The mac version should be a free download, which would only be usable anyways for someone who already owns and has invested in logos products.
They are charging for the engine because they had a rather large investment in developing Logos for Mac. It is not a simple “port” of the windows version, but a complete rewrite and build. A great many people only want the engine, since many mac users already have products (such as you or me). This means it would be impossible to recoup their investment in the product. IMO, I’ll take the crossgrade price. Also, this shouldn’t be a surprise. They have been very up front that it was going to cost users something to move over to the Mac.
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