I’m in another grading cycle and just had a bit of an epiphany. A student had heard (maybe from an interview I did?) that I was the person at Logos Bible Software who created the King James Version reverse interlinear. It’s a process that involves hand-linking every word of a given translation to the Hebrew/Aramaic/Greek from which it derives. Consequently, I’m probably the only person in the world who has ever done that exercise. It took a year. I wrote the student back and sent him to a video about what you can do with a reverse interlinear — and then it hit me. I’m guessing most of my audience wouldn’t know, either. It’s time you did. There is nothing on the planet like reverse interlinears for doing original language research¬†without being able to sight-read Hebrew, Aramaic, and Greek. All you need is the English. The tool is FAR superior to Strong’s Concordance-based tools. ¬†Here are some videos to illustrate what you can do with one (and this is only ONE tool in Logos).

 

Logos can do a whole lot more than alongside the reverse interlinears. Here’s one example (created for Logos 4, but the EG is still a major part of Logos 6):