Logos Bible Software

The Master’s Seminary is partnering with Logos Bible Software to provide a state-of-the-art theological library for every student enrolled in the M.Div. and B.Th. programs. Students can access this library throughout seminary and keep it permanently after graduation.

Frequently Asked Questions

TMS wants to make sure every student has access to premier biblical and theological tools during and after seminary. By partnering with Faithlife, TMS is able to offer students such a custom library at a greater discount than would otherwise be possible.    

A few weeks before students begin their first semester at TMS, they will receive an email through their student account with download and login instructions.

You will receive an email in your student account with installation and login instructions. If you do not have a preexisting Logos account, simply follow the instructions in the email.

If you have a preexisting Logos account, do not download the software again. If your existing account is registered to your student email, your software will automatically update the next time you restart the program. If you have a preexisting Logos account that is registered to a personal email, you may contact Logos Customer Support (800-875-6467) and request that they merge your accounts.

Once you have successfully installed and signed in to Logos, please begin by viewing the following training videos. These will orient you to the basic use of the software. Specialized trainings will be offered throughout the semester.

Training Videos:

Technical questions should be directed to Logos Customer Support at 800-875-6467.

Because the technology fee covers a variety of services, not just Logos, students cannot opt out of the fee if they already own a Logos library. That said, the high value of the TMS custom library makes it likely that students will benefit from this version, even if they already own a substantial personal library from Logos.   

All actively enrolled M.Div. and B.Th. students are included in this program.

Students who successfully complete seven semesters and graduate the M.Div. are able to keep the TMS custom library permanently. Students who graduate in less than seven semesters are eligible to purchase the Logos custom library at a prorated cost.

Some required texts are included, especially language and exegetical tools. These include BDAG and HALOT, as well a number of required grammars. Additional textbooks can be purchased at logos.com.

Resource Highlights

MacArthur New Testament Commentary (33 vols.)  


MacArthur Pastoral Library (4 vols.)                           


MacArthur Study Bible                                                 


Biblical Doctrine                                                             


New American Commentary (43 vols.)                   


Evangelical Exegetical Commentary (44 vols.)


International Critical Commentary (61 vols.)        


Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary    


IVP Bible Dictionary (8 vols.)


Early Church Fathers


Ancient Near Eastern Texts   


A Greek-English Lexicon of the New Testament and Other Early Christian Literature, 3rd ed. (BDAG). 


Hebrew and Aramaic Lexicon of the Old Testament (HALOT)


Theological Dictionary of the New Testament    


Theological Dictionary of the Old Testament    


Greek Grammar Beyond the Basics by Daniel Wallace


A Grammar of the Greek New Testament by A.T. Robertson 


An Introduction to Biblical Hebrew Syntax by Waltke & O’Connor


A Grammar of Biblical Hebrew, Rev. ed. by Joüon & Muraoka


The Greek New Testament (UBS 5) and Apparatus


Biblia Hebraica Stuttgartensia (BHS) and Apparatus


Septuagint (Ralphs-Hanhart) and Apparatus