Free Logos Bible Study Software Giveaway

godvertiser —  2010/08/26 — 21 Comments

When studying the Word, we’ve come a long way even in the last decade or so as a part of the Google generation.

Information is at our fingertips. The Bible is no different it seems.

Logos is one of the major bible study software platforms out there for pastors, seminarians and others that want to dig deep and utilize all the resources available to study a passage or Biblical topic.

While the Logos Bible Study software package ain’t free, this offer is!

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Check out this video below for what Logos Bible Study sent me to give away to our readers here at Godvertiser.com.

All you have to do is leave a comment here below on this blog post page and let us know what is your preferred Bible translation.

Make sure to fill in your name and email address in the comment form so we can contact you in case you are a winner!

We have 3 of these nifty giveaways totally free from the coolio team at Logos Bible Study — Thanks guys!

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21 responses to Free Logos Bible Study Software Giveaway

  1. haha… you can keep the t-shirt. let me know when you're giving away logos software. my favorite translation is the ESV.

  2. Thanks for the info and the link – NIV is my translation of choice…
    Keep up the great work – interesting, informative and helpful business and god-centered advise.

  3. Great stuff! My preferred translation is the NIV…more so because that's what I grew up with and am most accustomed to…(not the greatest answer, I realize). My next favorites would be the ESV as well as EP's transliteration, The Message. (Does that count?)

  4. What are the three giveaways? I'm not seeing the video. BTW, my favorite translation for study is generally the NIV or ESV although I enjoy the NLT when I am just reading.

  5. Rev. Mr. John Giglio 2010/08/26 at 10:47 AM

    me too! Love the RSV Standard version of the Bible.

  6. I'd have to go with the TNIV, at least that is what I use most of the time. I also enjoy the NLT for readability… THANKS!

  7. When I study, I like to use my ESV study bible. When I speak with people who have not read the Bible before, I tend to use the CEV.

  8. New Living Translation is my fave!

  9. hmm…NASB, NIV, NRSV, difficult to choose.

  10. That's awesome! I friend of mine just bought some logos stuff and LOVES it. NASV

  11. Randall Hlavin 2010/09/17 at 2:34 PM

    Thanks for the opportunity! NLT works best for us.

  12. Kenny: Check out the Concordant Literal New Testament and the so-far-completed OT Concordant Literal Version: http://www.concordnat.org. The concordant folks have been around 100 years and have, hands down the best, most accurate and unbiased translation available (I've checked 23 others). We offer it to our scripture study partners at http://www.HeavensView.tv.

  13. I love the Amplified Bible because it takes what I learned from the KJV and validates that I got the revelation right by studying the Word of God the hard way first!

  14. I have used logos before the NLT works for me

  15. TERRY SCHEFFLER 2011/01/12 at 5:15 PM

    I love the Amplified Bible

  16. David Dobbs 2011/01/13 at 4:30 PM

    My favorite translation is ESV.

  17. I'm from Poland and I was reading my first Bible in English with the help of KJV, hehe. But my favorite is ESV now.

    Cheers! 🙂

  18. Timothy Coleman 2011/02/21 at 3:25 AM

    I am fond of many translations as they give me a broader understanding of words and terminoligy. As a study aid and a valuable tool I am thankful that there are many translations to assist in our study of God's word!

  19. herlee erry 2011/11/10 at 3:22 PM

    Just the good ol' KJV works for me!

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