LOGOS Training erfolgreich bestanden- von LAD Rosenkranz

RMI- INADies ist möglich durch die dauernde Verbesserung unserer Bibelsoftware für Lehre und Forschung.<<<<<Hier einighe der ZieleHier einige der Ziele für das Fakultäts-Team (L2):

  1. Where is the Notes tool is found?
  2. How do you create a notebook to organize your notes?
  3. How do you use the Selection menu to create a note?
  4. What is the process of changing the note indicator style?
  5. How do you add tags to a note?
  6. How do you create a note that isn’t attached/anchored to any text in a book?
  7. How do you turn off your notes and highlights in a book?
  8. How can you search or filter your notes to find specific information?


  1. Where is the best place to start your research on a broad topic?
  2. Name two types of sources the Factbook can provide to begin your research.
  3. What can be found at the end of most articles in tertiary resources?  Why is this useful for research?



  1. What is the Favorites tool? What is it used for?
  2. How do you create a notebook in the Notes tool?
  3. Explain the difference between highlighting and adding notes in LOGOS?
  4. Which search type can we use to search all of the books in our library?
  5. What are strategies for narrowing search results?
  6. How do you search for an exact phrase in your books?
  7. How do you select and search a group of consecutive books in your library?


  1. How do you create a shortcut for a search panel?
  2. How do you create a „dynamic“ search shortcut? (dynamic=the search will update as you add books of a certain type to your library)
  3. How do you label a search shortcut so that you know what it searches?
  4. How do you create a folder for searches?
  5. How can you find library filter fields to create a search within a category of your resources?


  1. How do you change your default citation style in LOGOS?
  2. Where can you find a bibliographic citation for any book in the library?
  3. How can you locate citation information under the kebab menu for any book?

L2. Recall: a series of questions including matching, definitions, etc. to evaluate how well you can answer the questions provided with each video

L2. Application:


 Kommt jetzt an Bord für´s neue Sommersemester 2023:

LOGOS Remote Research Library- Neuerungen-News- via LAD Rosary


Hi. This is Dr. Steven Ingino from Logos Bible Software. Your school has graciously subscribed to the Logos Research Subscription (LRS) to enhance your studies and to give you access to a premier theological library that you can access anytime. This library is valued at over $25,000 (per person), so please take time to read the instructions below so that you can get the most out of it.


This digital library includes 1000s of scholarly theological resources for your research (commentaries, Greek and Hebrew resources, theological books, journal articles, resources for exegesis, preaching and teaching, church history, apologetics, devotionals, and more). The library has nearly 3,000 resources for your education.


As part of the LRS, you will also have access to our seminary-level Mobile Ed video courses from renowned teachers and scholars. Some students use this for their research or papers (but check with your professors about this).


What resources are included in the library?

Please click below to discover more about the resources you now have access to: https://www.logos.com/student-instructions-remote-research-library


This link will also explain how to set up a Faithlife account so that you can join your school’s Faithlife group which grants you the license so that you can access Logos Bible Software on your computer or web browser (if you do not have a Faithlife account or haven’t been asked to join your school’s Faithlife group or did not use the free version of the LRS in the past).


If you are a current member of this group, you will not need to follow some of the steps below such as creating a Faithlife account.


How do I access these resources?

  1. Download Logos Bible Software – Click here to downloadOR


  1. Access Logos Bible Software online (this does not take up space on your computer) – Click here to use the web app


  1. If you already have Logos Bible Software installed,the resources will automatically download to Logos. Keep an eye on the blue notifications in the top right of the application – Click here to open your library


  1. You may also access Logos through certain smartphone or tablet apps using the link here:https://www.logos.com/get-started


*** Important: Some students will want these resources to show up in their existing Logos account. If that is the case, you will need to add yourselves to the group while signed into Faithlife with your existing personal email address instead of using a student email address. Your school may have invited you to the Faithlife group with your student email address.


Instead of joining with that, make sure you’re logged in with your existing account and then click on the link to the school’s Faithlife group and request permission to join. This is repeated in the FAQ area since it’s a common issue.



How do I find the Mobile Ed videos in Logos?

To find these videos, click on the library icon (3 vertical books) in Logos Bible Software, and search for a title listed here https://www.logos.com/mobile-ed/courses.


Or, after clicking on the library icon, click on the “hamburger menu” toward the top left (the menu button) to see the Filter menu. Scroll down, and you will see various topics such as Subject, Type, Language, Author, etc. Keep scrolling and you will see Series. Click on Logos Mobile Education under the Series area, and your library will filter to show these classes. Click and select a course to start watching. Remember to click the “x” toward the top of the library area later (below the menu button) to clear this filter so that you can see all your books in the future. Do NOT try to use the Courses features under the Tools Menu.


How do I effectively use these resources?

Now that you have access to these resources, can you find and use them effectively? If you are a longtime user or new to Logos, this is an opportunity to see for yourself how technology can help you find and utilize a digital library in powerful ways.


Watch this video to learn how to get the most out of the new resources in your Logos library. This was based on the Free version, and there have been some minor changes to the subscription version. You will also see training videos on the homepage of your Logos Bible Software.


Other free training videos and articles can be found at support.logos.com. You will also see help cards pop-up as you use different aspects of Logos. I also recommend that you read through the Logos Bible Software Help (or keep it in mind as a reference tool). This manual can be found when clicking on the three dots at the bottom right of the program.


I also recommend these series:





Please note that the videos may show a version of Logos with more features and/or certain books, commentaries, and resources that are only available in a higher tier of Logos.



1) What if the resources aren’t showing up in Logos?


This could be for several reasons. You may want to start by restarting Logos. Make sure you are connected to the internet. Go to “Program Settings” and confirm “Download New Resources” is set to Yes. Also, check the total number of resources in your library. Even if the resources haven’t downloaded, they should still show up in the library.


It is also possible that you are signing in with your personal email address that you use for Logos but your access was setup using your student email address.


If this is the case, contact the admin of your group and ask them to allow you to rejoin the group using your personal email address (navigate to the Faithlife group that was set up for your school and click “join.” The school name/link at the bottom of this email should take you to the group, but you must be logged in with your personal email address/the address associated with your existing Logos account when requesting to join.) If the problem persists, please write cs@logos.com


2) What if I don’t want these additional resources or don’t have space for them?


You can stop the download in Logos if needed, but you can still access the resources through the web app. You can also click the group name at the bottom of this email and remove yourself from the group. This will exclude you from access.


Customer Service

If you experience any technical difficulties, our Customer Service team is here to help! You can reach them in the following ways:


  1. Call 1-800-875-6467
  2. Send an email to cs@logos.com
  3. Start a live chat


You may also email me at steven.ingino@logos.com with questions.


We hope you enjoy the Logos Research Subscription!


For His Glory,


Dr. Steven Ingino




Our Vision and Mission with LOGOS 10. by Lord Archbishop Dr. Uwe A. E. Rosenkranz



Logos Bible Software is an incredible blessing and excels in its ability to help you dig deep into God’s Word. We are convinced that Logos will enhance your studies and save you valuable time. Dr. Steven Ingino from Logos Bible Software will be providing training in Logos for our students (and faculty are welcome to join as well). Steve has used Logos for over twenty years as a seminary student and pastor and will share how to get the most out of the software for your studies and ministries.

If you are new to Logos or looking to grow in your usage of the software, we highly encourage you to attend one or more of the upcoming online trainings described below. You can attend as many of the trainings as you’d like, and if a time doesn’t work for you, there are also on-demand options listed below. Save your spot by registering soon!


  • Logos Basic and Intermediate Training – Friday, 11/4 – Noon Pacific
  • Searching and Research in Logos – Tuesday, 11/8 – Noon Pacific
  • What’s New in Logos 10 – Friday, 11/11 – 1pm Pacific
  • Advanced Logos Customization – Tuesday, 11/15 – Noon Pacific
  • What’s New in Logos 10 – Saturday, 11/19 – Noon Pacific

Check out the Training Hub with all the training registration links in one place and additional trainings (various dates/times) offered by other Logos trainers: https://www.logos.com/academic-webinars

If you have Logos 10, please note that there are two on-demand trainings related to Logos 10 on the Training Hub. One covers the basics (recommended for RRL users and Logos 10 users), and one highlights some new features (not for RRL users but for other Logos 10 users). You can click “On Demand” to filter out live trainings.


If the links below do not work, please use the registration link in the Training Hub (some email clients scramble links for security purposes).


** These trainings will be recorded, and links sent to your schools. It is up to them to forward the link to the student roster.


Logos Basic and Intermediate Training (90 minutes)

  • When?: Friday11/04/2022 @ Noon Pacific (Register Here)
  • Where?: Online – Zoom link supplied with registration
  • Why?: In this training, you’ll discover strategies anyone can use to get started with ease but will also gain a greater appreciation of how to customize Logos for your specific study needs.

    We will cover topics and features such as customizing layouts, utilizing parallel resources, the text comparison tool, the information tool, the passage guide, exegetical guide, topic guide, Bible word study guide (linking tools and guides to your Bible for instant lookup), basic biblical searching, searching your library, the Factbook, the amazing tools on the selection menu to speed up research, and time-saving shortcuts.

  • If these times don’t work for you, take the online “Getting Started” course here (https://www.easy-lms.com/getting-started-with-logos/course-42298) or watch the 101, 102, and 103 videos at www.logos.com/student-training
  • For training materials in Spanish, please visit: https://support.logos.com/hc/es
  • Spanish Training Videos: https://support.logos.com/hc/es/categories/360000675231

Searching and Researching in Logos (90 minutes)

  • When?: Tuesday11/08/2022 @ Noon Pacific (Register Here)
  • Where?: Online- Zoom link supplied with registration
  • Why?: In this training, we will cover how to use Logos to perform basic and sophisticated searches in the Biblical text. You will learn how to do original language searches (on words and phrases) and how to use the morph search for some powerful searches that will enhance your studies and exegesis.

You’ll discover how to search multiple books in your library for various content, improving your research (search all your journals, commentaries, or Bible dictionaries, etc.). We will cover how to use the Notes Tool and Favorites Tool for your research and for writing papers. You’ll learn how Logos can help you with citing sources (footnotes), building a bibliography, “automatically” creating a bibliography for you, as well as collecting, organizing, storing, and searching notes for your current studies and years of use in the future.

What’s New in Logos 10 (1 hour)

  • When?: Friday 11/11/2022 @ 1pm Pacific (Register Here)
  • Where?: Online- Zoom link supplied with registration
  • Why?: Logos 10 has a new user interface and powerful new features. Come explore the updates and get acclimated so that you can continue to get the most out of all that Logos has to offer.

Advanced Logos Customization (1 hour)

  • When?: Tuesday, 11/15/2022 @ Noon Pacific (Register Here)
  • Where?: Online- Zoom link supplied with registration
  • Why?: Learn how to customize Logos for your unique study needs, including editing the Passage Guide, creating your own Guide, crafting shortcuts for various kinds of searches, and arranging Logos for efficient research. Students have said that these search shortcuts have revolutionized their studies. Don’t miss this!

What’s New in Logos 10 (1 hour)

  • When?: Saturday 11/19/2022 @ Noon Pacific (Register Here)
  • Where?: Online- Zoom link supplied with registration
  • Why?: Logos 10 has a new user interface and powerful new features. Come explore the updates and get acclimated so that you can continue to get the most out of all that Logos has to offer.

Please contact Steve Ingino at steven.ingino@faithlife.com if you have questions about the trainings.


Wie ich zu Global edu und LOGOS kam- by LAD ROSARY


Dozenten an einer theologischen Hochschule im Curriculum Universale sind sehr wichtig für die Integration von LOGOS. Eine Uni oder ein Seminar stellt jedoch nicht unbedingt auch eine Gemeinde dar. Das Selbstverständnis: „Wir entwickeln Technologien, um die Gemeinden im Lichte des Wortes Gottes wachsen zu lassen”- implementiert m.E. auch folgendes: Gemäß „Matthes am Letzten”: „Gehet hin und taufet im Namen des Vaters und des Sohnes und des Heiligen Geistes und lehrt sie tun ALLES, was ich Euch beigebracht habe!” – Dieser Misionsbefehl ergeht an die bereits in einem 3,5‑Jährigen Crashkurs desjenigen Dozenten, der ja die christliche Religion damit als Bund in´s Leben gerufen hat. Insofern ist auch die Technik oder Technologie ein wesentliches Merkmal der Mission. Die Theologie erhebt den Anspruch, in einem Elfenbeinturm die Vorbereitungen für das Wachstum der Gemeinden zu legen. – Meine Erfahrung zeigt, seitdem ich/wir 1992 als Missionsleiter von LOGOS Mission India, EUROPA UND DANN Global mit Lehrauftrag von Beröa/Erzhausen, Berean Schools, ICI, Global University, Springfield, MO (vorher: Texas) eingesetzt wurde, dass die Gemeinden wachsen, wenn sie nach der S³-Regel selbstverwaltet, selbstunterhaltend, selbst-ausbreitend sind. Das habe ich in meinem ebook Rosenkranz-Templeroffenbarung dargestellt. Meine erste elektronische Bibel, ein Texas Instruments bookman ging, nachdem ich selber in meiner Gemeinde damit gelehrt habe, in unsere Missionsfelder. Durch selber gemachte Lehrvideos und webinare, die auch per Satteliten-TV ausgestrahlt wurden, bekam mein Missionsbefehl Ausmerksamkeit. Die WERKE, HOCHSCHULEN und Gemeinden entwickelten sich teilweise sehr rasch. Ich bekam mehrere ehrenamtliche Titel und institutionelle Privilegien, sowohl als Gemeindeleiter einer eigenen Denomination, als Professor, Dr., PhD,DD, MA. Meine Libronix Studienbibel wurde nach und nach aufgestockt und wuchs. Somit sind wir nun in der Lage, über 30 Advanced Study- Studienplätze für Pastoren, Bischöfe, Reverends, Gemeindeleiter, Lehrer, Hochschul-Leiter, Studenten für zunächst 5 Jahre (mit der festen Erwartung der perpetuellen Re- Inkardination) zu unterhalten. Über The Remote Research Library stehen damit derzeit 4.230 Werke (mit upgrade etwa 16.000) zur Verfügung, um Forschung, Lehre und Mission, also Gemeindewachstum zu unterstützen. Das hört sich nach sehr viel an, im historischen Kntext umfassten allerdings christliche Bibliotheken (Cordoba/Toledo mit etwa 400.000 Werken, oder die in Sanskrit überlieferten Bibliotheken der Südindischen Thomas-Kirchen mit geschätzt über 1 Mio – teilweise noch nicht elektronisch katalogisierten Werken) bereits sehr viel mehr Literatur. Die Integration von LOGOS- samt Gutenberg-Edition, Wikipedia, Faktencheker- Turbo-Suchen- ist also auch eine wesentliche Umsetzung der integren persönlichen Berufung und Bestimmung. Dabei spielt die Akzeptanz in den jeweiligen Kulturen- und Sprachregionen eine massgebliche Rolle. Als ich 2010 für Deutschland/Germany von der AGO und Global U. meinen Lehrauftrag bekam, standen wir etwas zwischen den Stühlen der deutschen Lehrtradition und der jeweiligen Kirchen. Ob katholisch (wie das Rosenkranz-Gebet und meine Mitgliedschaft bei den Domenican White Fathers nach VGatican Law), als auch keine Laufbahn als Pfingstler und ehem. Mitglied der evangelischen Kirche machte es den jeweils auf ihre Alleinstellungsmerkmale und den damit verbundenen Standesdünkel schwer, sich in Forschung und Lehre sowie Dogmatik über den Tellerrand der eigenen Hierarchien hinwegblickend auf moderne Technologien einzulassen, bei denen nur per einigen Mausklicks die jeweilige Präferenz und Priorität spezialisiert, also Customized auf die Ansprüche der Lehre werden kann. Sicher wird LOGOS nicht alle Einblicke in die Papst-Archive, oder die Sanskrit-Bibliotheken ermöglichen, dennoch sind Einsicht, Weisheit und Erkenntnis möglich, die als Game-Changer bezeichnet werden. Ich freue mich sehr über intelligente Christen, die sich nicht mehr mit WENIGER begnügen, sondern neue Bench-Marks setzen. Ob freie theologische Seminare, Bibelschulen, Hochschulen, Akademien oder Ordinarienuniversitäten, mit LOGOS ist es dem Heiligen Geist mehr denn je möglich zu when wo und wie ER will. Du weisst machmal nicht genau, wo ER her kommt und wohin ER geht, dennoch spürst Du SEIN Wirken wohl. Preis dem Herrn!