- Personal Books Restored and Updated
- Personal Books
- Books By Charles Spurgeon
- Books by Abraham Kuyper
- Books by A.J. Gordon
- Books by Adolf von Harnack
- Books by Albert Barnes
- Books By Albert Benjamin Simpson
- Books by Alexander MacLaren
- Books by Alexander Campbell
- Books by Alfred Edersheim
- Books By Arno C. Gaebelein
Logos Personal books now link to L3 format PBB (*.lbxoeb) and where available the source files for Logos 4’s Personal Books (*.docx).
Logos Bible Software is all about easier Bible study. It consists of a free software engine (the Libronix Digital Library System), addin modules that provide specialized functionality, and collections of electronic books targeted to your needs.The Libronix books on this site were created with the
Personal Book Builder- Standard EditionTo read them you need to have a PBB reading Key. Electronic books built with the PBB will be readable only by users who have a Libronix PBB Reading Key. The reading key is free and is available only to users who own one of the boxed products (e.g. Scholar’s Library: Silver, Scholar’s Library, Original Languages Library, Leaders Library, Bible Study Library, Christian Home Library, Or The Spanish Library.) This key is included with the Personal Book Builder and has been included in boxed Logos Bible Software collections since the QB release. It is not included in free downloadable viewers. Users who own a boxed product predating the QB release can determine their eligibility for the free reading key and download it
here. (The Private Use Edition is licensed for building books that will only work on the system that built them; the Private Use Edition does not build books for distribution but only for personal use.) See:
http://www.logos.com/support/lbs/readingkeyfor more information.
I suggest downloading this directly to your Libronix resource directory which is probably something like:
C:\Program Files\Libronix DLS\Resources\
You might even want to create a special subdirectory for the books as I did like this:
C:\Program Files\Libronix DLS\Resources\PBB_files\
Having a separate PBB directory will help you keep track as your collection (and ours) grows.
After that point Libronix to that directory by going to:
Tools> Options> General> Resource paths, and make sure your directory is included there.
Give Libronix a few moments to discover your new resources and then access them through your Library.