How English Bible Readers Can Learn To Do Greek and Hebrew Word Studies

Posted By on February 15, 2011

There’s a new best answer to this:† the new Logos Bible Software product (“Learn to Do Word Studies“) created by myself and my colleague, Johnny Cisneros. It just went on pre-pub (a window of opportunity to buy it at a very steep discount).

You can read the description at the link, but briefly, “Learn to do Word Studies” is a product aimed at the lay-person, not the scholar. If you are currently using the stone-age method for word studies (paper books like Strong’s Concordance), this is for you.† If you’ve never gone beyond basic Bible reading (and reading is not study), this is for you — a good first step.† It’s an entry-level product using state-of-the-art software tools. Pastors could benefit from it as well, though they ought to be doing the sorts of things Johnny and I demonstrated in another product last year (“Learn to Use Greek and Hebrew” – no longer at pre-pub pricing).

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4 Responses to “How English Bible Readers Can Learn To Do Greek and Hebrew Word Studies”

  1. Areadymind says:

    I was wondering Dr. Heiser, if this software is an add on package to the Logos system. In other words, could you purchase this stand alone, or would I already have to have a seat of Logos?

    • MSH says:

      yes; it is a stand-alone product. Since one learns some methodology within Logos, it won’t be of much value unless you had a Logos collection or added certain items (like the lexicons).

  2. Moises Rivera says:

    Will there be a Learn to Use Biblical Greek and Hebrew and Learn to Do Word Studies from a Logos 5 point-of-view?

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