The Hermeneia Commentary is more than a collection of interpretive notes on the biblical text; the series offers readers full discussions on nearly every critical issue in the Bible and includes a wide range of citations from ancient sources. If interested, the Hermeneia series also offers rich historical and critical commentary on extra biblical material as well, like the Pseudepigrapha and some of the Gnostic writings. In this week’s video, we will look at how the Logos version of the Hermeneia Commentary series allows users to jump to references from ancient sources, search the entire collection for keywords and topics, examine the structure of a passage, and glean exegetical insight from top scholars.
This video was produced in Logos 7. To see videos featuring Logos 8, visit this page.