Getting Started

Consider the following as a Bible Student Starter Pack: 

The Hebrew and Aramaic Lexicon of the Old Testament

A Greek-English Lexicon of the New Testament and Other Early Christian Literature Third Edition

Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible

Should you have the budget, the Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary would be an excellent long-term investment.

Finally the new Bible student should seriously consider computer Bible software, as the ease of electronic searching, integration of study results into word processing software and integration with the Internet cannot be beaten. Logos Bible Software is strongly recommended: all the products mentioned above are sold by Logos.

Christadelphian Works

You can quickly build up your library by installing the Logos Bible Software mentioned above and then adding these two Christadelphian resources:

  1. The Christadelphian Magazine 1864-2000 
  2. Christadelphian Works


How do I activate these resources in Logos Bible Software?

  1. Install the CD Magazine or CD Works Volume 2 package onto a PC (which includes the Libronix software if not already installed)
  2. Start Libronix
  3. Tools > Library Management > Location Manager to move the books from the CD to your local drive
  4. Tools > Library Management > Account Summary opens the Account Summary dialog which should include the Serial Number for CD Works Vol 2
  5. Email the Product (Christadelphian Magazine or Christadelphian Works Volume 2) and the serial number to tech@logos.com requesting they activate the serial number on your Logos account.
  6. Once they reply, restart Logos and it automatically updates