1. Gary

    It is interesting that you mention price, and a library card. If all the texts are freely available in libraries, then the real cost has to be associated with the software that sorts, searches, and displays the text. I wonder if Logos gives any rationale for the cost? Unless some of the documents are still under copywrite, and license fees must be paid. Seems like a lot of money for software. But I guess it is a small amount compared to some DoD software that I am familiar with.


    1. Gary, there are a great many books Logos offers that are copyrighted – just like Kindle, etc… But, some of the books are either produced in-house (Lexham Press) or from public domain. This latter volumes are generally pretty inexpensive.


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