Logos Bible Software
1313 Commercial St.|
Bellingham, WA 98225
Since its inception in 1992, Logos Bible Software has grown from a couple of programmers in a basement into the largest developer of Bible software and a worldwide leader in multilingual electronic publishing on Mac, Windows and mobile platforms.
We partner with more than 130 publishers to make more than 12,000 electronic Bible study resources available to customers around the world. Our technology is used in more than 180 countries in a dozen languages.
We believe that Bible study should be at the heart of the Christian life. It's our privilege to equip pastors, students, missionaries, teachers, and the church at large with tools that make Bible study easier and more accessible.
Products & Services
Logos 4 is robust enough for seasoned pastors and scholars, but accessible to Bible students of all levels. Whether you’re preparing for next Sunday’s sermon, working on your dissertation, or having your daily devotional time, Logos 4 is the tool for the task.
Passage guides, scheduled reading plans, visual filters, Greek and Hebrew guides, and easy searching across your entire library are just a few great tools that will help you customize and re-imagine your Bible study.
With over 12,000 electronic Bible study resources available, there is something for everyone!
A great way to start creating your personal library is with a base package. We offer nine different base packages that include a combination of Bibles, interlinears, commentaries, reference books, Bible introductions, surveys, maps, photos, media, preaching and teaching tools, ministry resources, original languages grammars and tools, and other resources. Our comparison charts allow you the compare the details and find the best base package for you.
With topics varying from theology to practical life to history to apologetics from authors all over the world and all different time periods, Logos is a great way to build your own diverse library.
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Bob Prtichett, President/ CEO, has been programming computers since he was eight years old. After working at Microsoft, Bob co-founded Logos Research Systems, Inc. in 1992.