The Lutheran Study Bible in LOGOS Format is Now Available!
This is a great week for digital editions of The Lutheran Study Bible. First, on Sunday the Kindle edition of TLSB went live, and now, today, as promised, we now have ready for purchase, The Lutheran Study Bible: LOGOS Edition on CD ROM.
LOGOS software users already know how great this software is for study purposes. First time LOGOS users will discover how LOGOS gives you great access to reading around, and in, and carefully studying on your computer or iPhone The Lutheran Study Bible. Let me describe what The LOGOS edition of The Lutheran Study Bible offers you. The price is $34.99 and it is available directly from CPH.
You receive all the study notes of The Lutheran Study Bible and a complete copy of the ESV Bible, in LOGOS format, quite a value when you consider how much the ESV Bible alone costs in LOGOS format, $40 bucks. With these two resources installed on your computer, you can open up two windows and have the Bible text in one window, TLSB study notes in another window, and the windows “track” together as you move around in either the Bible text, or the study notes. Plus, if you have additional collections and volumes from CPH in Logos format, such as Luther’s Works, the Book of Concord, the Concordia Commentary series, the massive collection of resources in the Concordia Electronic Theological Library, you can use the TLSB notes and search around in all these other resources, and any other LOGOS edition books you have installed on your computer! It’s really cool stuff. I had a great time exploring and browsing.
The Lutheran Study Bible on CD-ROM includes:
A powerful search engine
Lighting fast search results
Note taking capabilities
Custom toolbars and menus
and also includes the ESV Bible text, a $39.99 value
Whether you are an experienced LOGOS user, or new to LOGOS,I encourage you to consider this for use on your computer.
Any current PC platform can use TLSB: Logos Edition, out of the box. Mac users need to have purchased, and installed, the Mac version of the LOGOS engine, or they can use the PC native version under emulation on their Macs. [I still prefer using LOGOS in its PC native format. It works like a charm on my older Intel based iMac under Parallels].
After getting literally countless individual e-mail queries, and countless blog, Facebook and Twitter questions on this, I’m probably more happy than anyone that this now out and you can finally get it. Enjoy, and God bless!