We’ve already made a big deal about this video series. You’ve seen it on the blog, and you’ve already gotten emails about it. It’s been the featured Pre-Pub for a couple weeks now.
Thousands of people have pre-ordered it, and it has quickly become the bestselling Pre-Pub of all time. In fact, we even had to delay the ship date by two days just to account for the sheer quantity of DVDs we had to order.
We’re sorry to bug you one more time, but this is shipping soon, and we wanted to make sure the most common question about the video series was answered for everyone . . .
How Can I Get the Most Out Of It?
It’s not Bible software. It’s not a book or a report or a database like Maps or Biblical People. It’s in a completely new category—a video textbook might be the best analogy.
When you take a college or seminary course, you purchase a textbook to go with the course. The textbook is an important part of the course—perhaps the key component.
This is especially true in Greek and Hebrew courses, because the textbook often represents both the content organization of the course—in many cases—represents the bulk of the actual course content. Yet the textbook, for all it bring to the course, falls short of being called the course itself.
This is because textbooks assume there will a learning environment: a professor to lead the course, fellow students, discussion, lectures, and someone to answer individual questions.
Do people read textbooks and learn with a teacher? Yes, of course. Do people learn more or better in group environment with an expert at hand? Again the answer is a resounding yes. Think of Learn to Use Biblical Greek and Hebrew with Logos Bible Software as a textbook, and you’ll have a better idea of what it is like.
Like a textbook, it is densely packed. It moves along at a faster rate than a typical live classroom environment. If you use it in a small group setting or a classroom, you’ll spend just as much time discussing the concepts as you will watching the video. In a self-study environment, this would translate into repeated viewings of the video followed by applying the lesson to your own study in Logos. A student should expect to spend multiple hours of applying principles for every hour of video watched. This is real work with real benefit but it takes energy. You can do it.
What Are You Waiting For?
Join thousands of Logos users and experience this revolutionary study of the biblical languages for yourself.
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Learn to Use Biblical Greek and Hebrew with Logos Bible Software
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