Logos 4: Well Done, Aesthetic Department!

I’m compelled to say it: Logos 4 is a very attractive piece of software. This wannabe graphic designer has really enjoyed the visual improvements over Logos 3.

I hope to write more as time passes about the functionality of the interface, but so far I’m impressed with that, too.

Mark Ward

PhD in NT; theological writer for Faithlife; former high school Bible textbook author for BJU Press; husband; father; ultimate frisbee player; member of the body of Christ.


  1. andrew on November 24, 2009 at 4:02 pm

    Dear Mark,

    do you use pc or mac? If so, do you know anything about Logos for mac? I’m having trouble, and rethinking my mac purchase.

    a) can you copy and paste using macros?
    b) can you insert your own study notes?

    These are 2 huge features for me that I’d be very sorry to lose,

    would appreciate a response if you have time,

  2. Mark L Ward Jr on November 24, 2009 at 4:13 pm

    Andrew, I have an iMac and a MacBook. I run Parallels and BootCamp on them, respectively. I admit I don’t know about Logos for Mac, because I have never wanted to spend the money to find out.

    Could you be a bit more specific? Are you reconsidering your purchase of Logos for Mac, or of your Mac? I’ve hit the point recently where I’m going to have to sell my MacBook and get a PC laptop to run Logos 4 and BibleWorks. My MacBook couldn’t handle Parallels anymore, and I don’t want to spend the money for a new one… =( But I’m keeping my iMac!

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