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Logos Software recently appointed Mike Heiser to the company's newly created academic editor position. The hire signals a growing commitment to scholarly Bible study at Logos, which published the Stuttgart Electronic Study Bible (SESB) in cooperation with the German Bible Society and the Bible Society of the Netherlands. The SESB is the first electronic version to include the critical apparatuses of Biblia Hebraica Stuttgartensia and the Nestle-Aland Novum Testamentum Graece.

Heiser, who holds a Ph.D. in Hebrew Bible and Ancient Semitic Languages from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, will help Logos develop new electronic resources and will represent Logos within the academic community.

"Bringing Mike on board is another big step forward as we work to meet the needs of scholarly users doing serious research into the biblical texts," said Bob Pritchett, President and CEO, Logos Bible Software.

Other recent announcements from Logos include the commissioning of the Fairhaven Hebrew-English Interlinear Bible and the formation of a $100,000 fund to advance the creation of new academic reference projects for electronic delivery.

Logos Bible Software, a privately held corporation located in Bellingham, Washington, is a leading publisher of multilingual Bible software. Logos can be found on the web at

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