Search HELP

A quick reference to the features of Bible, Morph and Basic Search.


Page Contents


Options

Click the little arrow under the Search icon.
Select Match Case for a case sensitive search.
Select Match all Word Forms to perform a search that is stemmed.
Note that stemming is algorithmic and matches non-Original language words by their perceived stem or root.

Syntax and Operators

Note that search operators must be UPPERCASE.

1. References

To search for references in the text of a resource you need to know the type of data or datatype, its value and, optionally, how you want to operate on/treat that value.
The format is <datatype Op value> where Op can be:
~ (narrow intersection),
= (exact match),
intersect (full intersection),
subset, or
superset.
Note that ~ is the default operator i.e. <bible Jn 3:16> is the same as <bible ~Jn 3:16>; where Jn 3:16 is sought in any reference that specifies a range of verses in the same chapter. It will be found in John 3:15-17 but not in John 3, nor John 2:24-3:17. See Using Operators.

Familiar datatypes are handled automatically, so <Jn 3:16> or <~Jn 3:16> are the same and <G5547>, <H6213> are recognized as Strong’s numbers.
Strong’s number ranges can be specified as <G875-878>, <H769-771>
Louw-Nida numbers & ranges can be specified as <LN 57.125>, <ln 57.125-57.129> or <ln 57.125-129>
TWOT numbers & ranges can be specified as <TWOT 1768>, <twot 1768-1768b>
TDNT Volume/Page can be specified as <TDNT 8.1>, <tdnt 7.445>

2. (Logical) OR, AND, ANDNOT

For example:
 Jesus OR Lord; Jesus AND Lord; Jesus ANDNOT Lord
Alternatively:
 Jesus, Lord; Jesus Lord; Jesus -Lord

Jesus ANDNOT Lord means you want ‘Jesus’ in the result but NOT ‘Lord’. It will exclude ‘Lord Jesus’, ‘Jesus Lord’ and any other result where ‘Lord’ also appears.

Note that substituting characters (comma, space, dash) can give incorrect results especially in Morph Search e.g. @N @V works for AND, but @N, @V does not work and you should use @N OR @V.

3. (Proximity) ANDEQUALS, NOTEQUALS

Results from a Bible search are bound by verses and a Basic search (incl. bibles) is bound by articles/chapers, but you can further restrict results by specifying their proximity.

These operators require words to be in exactly the same location, or in different locations (usually in an Interlinear) e.g.
λόγος ANDEQUALS word => finds where λόγος is translated as “word”
λόγος NOTEQUALS word => finds where λόγος is not translated as “word”
word NOTEQUALS λόγος ==> finds words other than λόγος that were translated as “word”. In a reverse interlinear this will show where “word” was interpolated.

4. (Proximity) BEFORE, AFTER, WITHIN, NEAR

The main unit of proximity for these operators is WORDS or WORD and these are the actual words you see in the text. For example Lord BEFORE 4 WORDS Christ, Lord WITHIN 2-3 WORDS Christ; where 4 means between 1 and 4, 2-3 means between 2 and 3. Use 2-2 for exactly 2 words. Note that intervening punctuation and footnote markers are ignored.

CHARACTERS or CHARS can be used and they include word separators (space), punctuation and footnote markers. Consequently, the minimum separation between words is 2. For example Lord BEFORE 2 CHARS “Jesus Christ” will find “Lord Jesus Christ” with no punctuation or footnote markers between “Lord” and “Jesus Christ”.

BEFORE, AFTER

These specify that word(s) should occur BEFORE or AFTER another word(s), and optionally restrict their proximity.
e.g. Jesus BEFORE Christ, Jesus BEFORE 2 WORDS Christ, Christ AFTER 2 WORDS Jesus.
You can use 5. Lists to specify multiple words e.g. (Lord, Jesus) BEFORE 2 WORDS Christ.

WITHIN, NEAR

WITHIN specifies the proximity of words to each other, irrespective of order e.g. Jesus WITHIN 2 WORDS Christ.
NEAR is similar to WITHIN but has an inbuilt proximity of 48 chars (about 8-10 words) e.g. Jesus NEAR Christ.
You can use 5. Lists to specify multiple words.

5. Lists

A list (a, b, c, d, ...) is used to specify alternative search items in a compact form.
For example (who, whoever, whom) will match who or whoever or whom. The parentheses ( ) are optional in simple searches.

Prior to v7.0 you must use a list with proximity operators e.g. (who, whoever, whom) NEAR Christ instead of (who OR whoever OR whom) NEAR Christ.
Note logical operators within a list will give incorrect results e.g. ((God AND love), (Jesus AND peace))

6. Wildcards

* will match any sequence of zero or more characters e.g. lord* matches “lord”, “lords”, “lorded” and “lord’s”.

? will match 1 character in a word and also matches zero characters at the end of a word e.g. lord? matches “lord”, “lords” but not “lorded” nor “lord’s”.
lo?d matches “lord”, “load” but not “lod”.

A wildcard will not match punctuation, spaces, or anything else that separates words i.e. Jesus?Christ and Jesus*Christ will not match “Jesus Christ”.

7. Phrases

Use quotes to search for a phrase e.g. “My God”, “people of Israel”
You can use phrases in a list e.g. (“My God”, “My Lord”)
You can use wildcards in a phrase e.g. “Lord ??? Christ” will match “Lord and Christ”.

8. Fields

A Field is a specially tagged portion of text in a resource e.g. Bible Text, Words of Christ, Heading Text.
Use the “All... Text” drop down to limit a search to a field.
To match a specific word(s) within a field use the format fieldname:word e.g. words-of-christ:”blessed are”.
An alternative syntax is [field fieldname1, fieldname2, ...] word e.g. [field words-of-christ] “blessed are”.
See Search Fields for available fields.

9. Language Match Commands

Match commands can be used to refine matches for words in different languages e.g. [match dagesh] hebrew:מֶֽלֶךְ, [match accents] hebrew:מֶֽלֶךְ. Commands can be combined by separating with a comma e.g. [match dagesh, accents] hebrew:מֶֽלֶךְ will be sensitive to vowels and accents.

Used for morphologically tagged resources, usually bibles.
General format is lemma:word@morph or root:word@morph e.g. lemma:λόγος@N, root:λεγω@N.
But you can also search for lemma:word, root:word or @morph.

  • type g:transliteration or h:transliteration to get a Greek or Hebrew word list e.g. g:logos, g:lego, h:el.
  • type @ to get a “Part of Speech” drop down and make your selections.
  • a root is best selected from the context menu e.g. λεγω is the root for λόγος so the search has to be root:λεγω@N.

Morphological terms can be used with operators #2 thru #6, #8 and #9 above, but note the following:

  1. To use @ with #3 the format is (@morph) e.g. (@CLI) ANDEQUALS therefore
  2. To use @ with alternative patterns the format is @morph1, morph2, morph3... e.g. περί BEFORE 1 WORDS @NG, JG, DG

You can also search for manuscript words, individually or as a phrase (#7). Also see Basic Search below.

A convenient way to search for biblical text in bibles, and for data that is associated with it e.g. glosses, variant readings. You can also perform morphological searches but get the format by using Morph Search as above and then select Bible Search e.g. lemma:λόγος@N will then appear as
<lemma = lbs/el/λόγος> ANDEQUALS <lbs-morph+el ~ N????>, where lbs=Logos Morph and el=Greek.

You can use operators and lists #1 to #9, but using a subset of #1 that applies to bibles eg. Louw-Nida and Strong’s numbers. Note that you won’t find bible references!

Primarily used for non-bible resources, but you can search bibles as per Bible Search above with the advantage that results can cross verse boundaries (select “Bible Text” instead of All text).

You can use operators and lists #1 to #9.

lang:word is a manuscript search, where lang can be greek, hebrew, aramaic, syriac or a non-biblical language e.g. greek:λόγος, aramaic:מלך, hebrew:מלך. It will find all occurrences of that word in an Interlinear bible unless you restrict it to “Surface Text” instead of All Text.

Everything

Everything replaces/expands the scope of Entire Library from Logos4/5 and searches Factbook, Media, Atlas, books on Logos.com, your Personal Books and your Documents. It also searches for resource data (metadata), Community Tags and Topics in your library. Most of the results are partial and provide links to more complete searches:

  • Fuzzy Bible Search —> performs an online search of bibles for words that ‘fuzzily’ belong to a bible passage. Note that the words are treated individually,
    so a phrase like “water baptism” will not affect the results, whilst it could be significant for other searches. Requires Logos 7 +
  • Topic —> provides articles from your library if the search term is a topic addressed by the “Logos Controlled Vocabulary” (LCV) dataset.
    The search term can be a phrase or words – don’t use <Topic words>.
    Note that Topic Guide is more direct and you can get further results from the Collections section.
  • Factbook —> provides results from Factbook that are related to the search term e.g. topics, biographies, events.
  • Media —> provides an image search of your library.
  • Atlas —> provides a search of the Atlas (online) if your search term is a <Place>.
  • Community Tags —> searches tags that you & others have applied to resources to supplement Faithlife’s tags.
  • Library Resources —> searches your Library metadata for resources that satisfy the query.
  • Books.Logos.com —> searches Logos.com metadata for resources that satisfy the query (online).


Available from the toolbar of most resources, Inline search allows you to search the resource with results formatted directly in the text.
Click the icon to initiate a search and click it again to exit.


Advanced Searching

The capabilities of the Logos 4/5 search engine have been extended with search types that enable powerful searches for rich new categories of biblical data. Many of these features require a current Feature Set e.g. Logos 7 Full Feature Set, whilst some require a subscription to Logos Now/Verbum Now.

New Datatypes

Most datatypes are straightforward and familiar and they can be referenced in the text, but many of the new ones classify words or sections of the text in much the same way that you would e.g. <Sense>, <Person>, <Place>, <PreachingTheme>, <Event>. And the values they have are not as abbreviated nor as predictable as <Bible> or <GreekStrongs> values.
The necessary information for each datatype is stored in a dataset, and most have been documented.

Person, Place, Thing, Event

These datatypes enable you to get relevant results from your bibles, and are used in Factbook:

  • <Person xxxxx> —> biblical persons e.g. <Person Jesus>
  • <Place xxxxx> —> biblical places (towns, rivers, regions..) e.g. <Place Jerusalem>, <Place Jordan>, <Place Judea>
  • <Thing xxxxx> —> biblical things e.g. <Thing Aaron’s Rod>, <Thing dog>
  • <Event xxxxx> —> biblical events e.g. <Event The Israelites cross the Red Sea>

A Search will also find referents for <Person>, <Place> and <Thing> i.e. pronouns, verbs and some adjectives.
In Factbook, type something like Jesus and note the description alongside each suggestion, but hover over it to display the datatype
e.g. “Person”, which governs the search(s) suggested further down the article.

Sense

This datatype is encapsulated by the Bible Sense Lexicon and will find words corresponding to a sense(s) in your bibles.

  • <Sense =~xxxxx> —> encompasses the meaning of various words used in the bible

For example:
   <Sense ~knowledge> —> finds all words (and senses) with an inherent meaning of ‘knowledge’
   <Sense = knowledge> —> finds words with exactly the sense of ‘knowledge’

Textual

For example:

The available datasets are documented in manuals (type:manual) in your Library. Note that these datatypes usually require the {Section} extension syntax to get results from your resources.

Datatype Searching

Start with a Reverse Interlinear bible and right click a word. The right side of the Context menu will show which of these datatypes are present and the left side will allow you to Search using a properly formatted query e.g. {Section <PropositionalOutline = Jesus-Action>}.

Alternatively, type a word in a Search Find box and let the Autocompleter suggest and format the query for you e.g. type ‘marriage’ and you will see suggestions for the Topic, Preaching Theme, Culture and Sense. Click and run the search. An Everything search would be more fruitful as it will usually provide a Factbook article with further results and links to Guides. If you want to restrict the suggestions then type, for example, ‘<PreachingTheme marriage’ or ‘<Event Moses’.

In resources like the Early Church Fathers you can get the reference and its datatype after choosing Reference from the context menu e.g. <JustinMartyr = Justin Martyr, Dialogue with Trypho 8>, and that will give results from other resources in your library.

Search Extensions

The {extension} syntax effectively provides new search types/plugins to the Search engine which can be used within the existing Basic, Bible & Morph searches, depending how you want the results formatted i.e. by verse or by article. Many are associated with data types, but not all e.g. {Highlight} is a search to find the highlighting styles in your resource(s).

One way to view this syntax is to regard a <datatype> search as a specific {extension} e.g. {Reference <datatype>}, because it is looking for references in the text; whereas {Milestone <datatype>} is looking for the text that is tagged with that datatype. To illustrate, Bibles have milestones for <bible> AND the associated biblical text; they do not contain references to <bible> text.

Note that the field (and highlighting) drop-down selector doesn’t apply to search extensions.

Tagged Data Sections

{Section} returns the text that is identified via the new datasets.

Example usage:-

  • {Section <Event xxxx>} e.g. {Section <Event The flood>}
  • {Section <LiteraryType xxxx>} e.g. {Section <LiteraryType Healing>}
  • {Section <Culture xxxx>} e.g. {Section <Culture Light>}
  • {Section <PreachingTheme xxxx>} e.g. {Section <PreachingTheme Marriage>}
  • {Section <PropositionalOutline = Jesus-Action>}

Consult the appropriate Glossary or Manual for search terms, or use the context menu.

Highlighting Styles

Finds text highlighted with a specific style in your resources.

  • {Highlight StyleName}
  • {Highlight PaletteName/StyleName} —> useful if multiple palettes have a style with the same name
  • {Highlight PaletteName/*} —> finds all styles in that palette

Note. use quotes if palettes or styles contain a slash in the name (not needed for spaces)

For example:
   {Highlight Turquoise Highlight} —> finds all highlights in the ‘Turquoise Highlight’ style
   {Highlight Test/Turquoise Highlight} —> finds highlights for the ‘Turquoise Highlight’ style in the ‘Test’ palette if the style name is not unique
   {Highlight Highlighter Pens/Orange Highlighter}
   {Highlight Highlighter Pens/*} —> finds all highlights in the ‘Highlighter Pens’ palette.
   {Highlight "Highlight/Palette"/"Highlight/Orange"} —> finds ‘Highlight/Orange’ styles in the ‘Highlight/Palette’ palette.
   {Highlight *} —> finds all your highlight styles (very effective with Inline Search).

Label

A Label provides a way to attach multiple tags to text, much in the way you attach a label to your luggage with information that enables it to be identified as yours. Use the Highlighting tool to attach a label to a style via the new Labeling section. You can define its properties/attributes and assign default values. When you have applied the style and given values to the Label properties you can Search as below.
Note that you can create any number of attributes with the same name.

  • {Label labelname WHERE [NOT] property1=~value1 AND property2=~value2 ...}
  • {Label labelname} —> finds all labels that have the specified label name
  • {Label labelname WHERE property1} —> finds all labels that have the specified property name (ANY value)
  • {Label labelname WHERE NOT property1} —> finds all labels that don’t have that property name
  • {Label labelname WHERE property1 ~“King David”} —> finds all labels in which the property1 value contains “King David”
  • {Label labelname WHERE property1 ~“King David” AND property2 = OT} —> finds all labels in which the property1 value contains
    “King David” AND the property2 value is exactly ‘OT’

For example:
   Create label Personality with attributes Name, Name, Date, Description
   {Label Personality} —> finds all labels of type Personality
   {Label Personality WHERE Name =Anyone} —> finds labels with exact value ‘Anyone’. It won’t work if a label has multiple Name values.
   {Label Personality WHERE Name ~Anyone} —> finds all labels with value ‘Anyone’ in Name.

Milestone

Milestones identify the text associated with datatype values in resources like the ESV bible, Enhanced Strong’s Lexicon. Consequently, a {Milestone} search will return the text from those resources.

  • {Milestone <datatype xxx>} —> gets the text of any datatype value except Headword

For example:
   {Milestone <Bible Jn 3:16>} —> gets the text of Jn 3:16 in a Bible or Commentary
Note that the text in a commentary is not the actual <bible> text.

Passage List

Finds occurrences of bible references from a Passage List.

  • {PassageList xxxxx} —> N.B. copy and paste the PL name to get the exact name.

For example:
   {PassageList OT Quotes from Jesus – ESV} —> finds references from the PL OT Quotes from Jesus – ESV

Speaker

Finds all the text spoken by a Person.

  • {Speaker <Person xxxx>}

For example:
   {Speaker <Person Jesus>} —> finds text where Jesus is the speaker

Addressee

The Addressees in Reported Speech dataset allows you to find all the places where a person, place, or thing is spoken to in the biblical texts.
Find everywhere Satan speaks to Jesus or look for all the places Jesus prays to the Father.

  • {Addressee <Person xxxx>}
  • {Addressee <Place xxxx>}
  • {Addressee <Thing xxxx>}

For example:
   {Addressee <Person Disciples>} WITHIN {Speaker <Person Jesus>} —> finds occasions where Jesus is speaking to the disciples
   {Addressee <Place Jerusalem>} WITHIN {Speaker <Person Jesus>} —> finds occasions where Jesus is addressing Jerusalem
   {Addressee <Thing Bird>} WITHIN {Speaker <Person An Angel>} —> finds occasions where an angel is speaking to birds
Note: AND could be used but it gives spurious results in a Basic Search


Proximity

  1. WITHIN, INTERSECTS
    • x WITHIN y —> finds text/item x that is fully contained within item y
    • x INTERSECTS y —> finds those parts of text/item x that overlap/intersect item y – v7.1+
      use x WITHIN 0 WORDS yLogos 6
  2. NOT modifier – v7.10+
    Acts as a logical NOT with certain operators:
    • x NOT WITHIN y
    • x NOT INTERSECTS y
    • x NOT NEAR y
    • x NOT BEFORE y
    • x NOT AFTER y
  3. Aliases – v7.10+
    Whilst there are others these are least likely to be confusing:
    • EQUALS is the same as ANDEQUALS
    • NOT EQUALS is the same as NOTEQUALS

Use INTERSECTS where ANDEQUALS (EQUALS) will fail because the items do not share the exact same location.
If the text of an item may not be contained fully WITHIN another use INTERSECTS.
Note that INTERSECTS highlights and counts the overlapping text.

For example:
   <Person Jesus> ANDEQUALS <Place Nazareth> —> gets one result in most RI’s (Acts 26.9). In Mt 9:1 (ESV) “his own city” is tagged for Nazareth, but only “own” is tagged for Jesus, so <Person Jesus> does not occupy the same locations as <Place Nazareth>.
   <Person Jesus> WITHIN <Place Nazareth> —> will get more results, incl. Mt 9:1 because <Person Jesus> is fully within the text for <Place Nazareth>.
   <Person Jesus> INTERSECTS <Place Nazareth> —> will get even more results because of overlap. This is the preferred search.

   <Lemma = lbs/el/κύριος> INTERSECTS <Person Jesus> —> will find where “Lord” (κύριος) refers to Jesus in RI’s.
   <Lemma = lbs/el/κύριος> WITHIN <Person Jesus> —> returns the same results in this case.
   <Lemma = lbs/el/κύριος> ANDEQUALS <Person Jesus> —> fails for similar reasons to the above.

   <LogosMorphGr ~ NGSF?> ANDEQUALS (tongue, language) —> would the usual choice for this, but
   <LogosMorphGr ~ NGSF?> WITHIN (tongue, language) —> gives the same results.

   generation WITHIN {Milestone <Bible Lk 11>} —> finds ‘generation’ within the text of Lk 11.
   descendant WITHIN {Milestone <LN 10.30-31>} —> finds ‘descendant’ within the text of two Louw-Nida semantic domains.
   Nazareth WITHIN {Highlight Important Events} —> finds ‘Nazareth’ within the (user created) style ‘Important Events’.
   darkness WITHIN {Section <Culture Light>} —> finds ‘darkness’ within the text of the Cultural Concept for ‘Light’.
   darkness NOT WITHIN {Section <Culture Light>} —> finds where ‘darkness’ is not within the text of the Cultural Concept for ‘Light’.

    <Person Israelites> INTERSECTS <Person Israelites (the Conquest)> —> finds where ‘Israelites’ is tagged together with Israelites involved in the Conquest of Canaan – should be the same as <Person Israelites (the Conquest)>.
    <Person Israelites> NOT INTERSECTS <Person Israelites (the Conquest)> —> finds ‘Israelites’ who were not involved in the Conquest of Canaan e.g. in the book of Joshua.

   <Person Isaac> INTERSECTS {Speaker <Person Abraham>} —> finds references to Isaac within text spoken by Abraham
   {Speaker <Person Jesus>} INTERSECTS {Section <LiteraryType Quotation, Old Testament>} —> finds all the instances in which Jesus quotes the Old Testament.


Filtering with Reference Ranges

Basic Search has a new heading All Passages, similar in use to All Passages in Bible Search. Its use in Morph Search & Bible Search has been extended.
Click it to see a list of the Reference(s) you can enter in order to filter your search. The references suggested will depend on the resources you select
e.g. from the Reference Box of NPNF 1.2, St Augustine, copy the reference Aug., De civ. Dei 1.27 and paste into the Reference Range box of a Basic Search for “suicide”.

Note: You won’t see the heading in Basic Search unless the resources are associated with a datatype.
Tip: You might find this easier than using WITHIN {Milestone...} in the Find box.
Tip: Clear the Reference Range box before entering a range with new resources.


Options.

Select Match Equivalent References to get results on the same topic/item with datatypes like Person, Place, Thing, Topic, PreachingTheme. It has no effect on the <Bible> data type.

For example:
   <Person Holy Spirit> —> will also return results for <Topic Holy Spirit> & <PreachingTheme Holy Spirit>


Searchable Labels

Many types of data are tagged as labels rather than datatypes. The main advantage is the number and search flexibility of their properties e.g. logical NOT, implicit ANY value.
These may only be available to subscribers of Logos Now/Verbum Now or owners of a current Feature Set e.g. Logos 7 Full Feature Set.
See also Searchable Labels in the “Logos Help” resource.

Bible Outline

Properties:

  • Reference – a Bible reference of the passage being outlined

For example:
    {Label Bible Outline WHERE Reference ~ <Bible Zech 14>}

Journal Article

Properties:

  • Title – the title of the article
  • References – the primary Bible reference(s) the article is about
  • Author – the author(s) of the article
  • Topics – the primary <Topic> reference(s) the article is about
  • Date – the <Date> reference when the journal was published

For example:
    {Label Journal Article WHERE Title ~ “Contextual Analysis”}
    {Label Journal Article WHERE Author ~ “Warrington”}
    {Label Journal Article WHERE Topics ~ <Topic Gospel of Luke>}

Lectionary Reading

Properties:

  • Title – the title of the reading
  • References – Bible references included in the reading

For example:
    {Label Lectionary Reading WHERE References ~ <Bible Zech 14:4>}

Sermon

Properties:

  • Title – title of the sermon
  • Subtitle – optional
  • Creator – name of the creator
  • Series – optional sermon series
  • References – optional Bible references for the sermon as a whole (e.g. passage being preached on)
  • Date – optional Date reference when the sermon was first delivered
  • Liturgical Date – optional Liturgical Date reference when the sermon was first delivered

For example:
    {Label Sermon WHERE Series = The King and the Kingdom} —> exact string match
    {Label Sermon WHERE Series ~ Kingdom} —> partial string match
    {Label Sermon WHERE Date = <Date Jul 9, 1989>} —> exact date match
    {Label Sermon WHERE Date ~ <Date Jul 1989>} —> any date in July
    {Label Sermon WHERE References = <Bible Eph 1:15-23>} —> exact reference match
    {Label Sermon WHERE References ~ <Bible Eph 1>} —> any verse in Ephesians 1
    {Label Sermon WHERE Creator ~ Piper AND References ~ <Eph>} —> any Piper sermon on Ephesians

Figure of Speech

The associated dataset is based upon Bullinger’s Figures of Speech where each article has a title and a number of references to the Bible. You can find any figure of speech by its Name or Description.

Properties:

  • Name
  • Description

For example:
   {Label Figure of Speech WHERE Name=Aposiopesis}
   {Label Figure of Speech WHERE Description=Sudden-Silence}

Intertext

Intertext (Intertextuality) labels expose the data behind the interactive resource “New Testament Use of the Old Testament”.

Properties:

  • Source – Bible Reference
  • Target – Bible Reference
  • Relationship – Citation | Quotation | Allusion | Echo
  • Corpus – optional New Testament | ... |

For example:
   {Label Intertext WHERE Source ~ <Gen-Mal>} —> finds passages in the NT whose Source is the OT
   {Label Intertext WHERE Target ~ <Mt-Rev>} —> finds passages in the OT that are used in the NT
   {Label Intertext WHERE Source ~ <Gen-Deut> AND Relationship=Quotation} —> finds quotations in the NT that come from Gen-Deut.
   {Speaker <Person Jesus>} WITHIN {Label Intertext WHERE Source ~ <Gen-Mal>} —> finds passages from the OT that were used by Jesus
   {Speaker <Person Moses>} WITHIN {Label Intertext WHERE Target ~ <Mt-Jn>} —> finds OT passages spoken by Moses that were used in the Gospels
   {Speaker <Person Moses>} WITHIN {Label Intertext} —> finds Intertext passages in both OT & NT where the speaker is Moses

Psalms Explorer

Every psalm within the book of Psalms has been tagged and placed within the Psalms Explorer dataset. These tags enable you to search the psalms according to properties and values listed in the Psalms Explorer Interactive.

Properties:

  • Genre
  • Attribution

For example:
   {Label Psalm WHERE Genre=Praise}
   blessed WITHIN {Label Psalm WHERE Genre=Praise}
   {Label Psalm WHERE Attribution=David}
   {Label Psalm WHERE Genre=Praise AND Attribution=David}

Proverbs Explorer

Every proverb within the book of Proverbs has been tagged according to Type and Form and placed within the Proverbs Explorer dataset. These tags enable you to search the proverbs for where a father offers advice. You can even find where God—as a father—offers advice to his children. See Proverbs Explorer Interactive for values to search.

Properties:

  • Type
  • Form

For example:
   {Label Proverb WHERE Type=Advice}
   father WITHIN {Label Proverb WHERE Type=Advice}
   {Label Proverb WHERE Form=List}



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