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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Logos Bible Software
Logos Bible Software is a Bellingham, Washington software company and electronic publisher specializing in Bible study. Their flagship product is Logos Bible Software 4, a bible study software application for Microsoft Windows, Macintosh and iPhone/iPad platforms. Logos licenses electronic rights to more than 10,000 titles from over 100 publishers (including Oxford University Press, Eisenbrauns, Brill, Bantam Doubleday Dell, Thomas Nelson, Merriam Webster, T&T Clark International, Continuum, Eerdmans, Moody Press and Baker Books) and publishes its own Lexham Bible Reference Series, consisting of original scholarship related to biblical languages. - Source: Wikipedia
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