Video Tutorial: Biblical Places Information

Video Tutorial

Walter McDougall, professor of international relations at the University of Pennsylvania, has said, “We all must learn geography in order to learn history.”

This is valuable advice. Geography provides the context for history, and location genuinely matters if you want to understand many of the nuances in historical developments and situations. This is true for a well rounded biblical understanding as well.

In today’s video tutorial we are going to look at the Biblical Places feature that makes it easy to find information on over one thousand places named in the Bible!

Wolfhart? What Kind of Name is Wolfhart?!

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Today’s guest post is from Johnny Cisneros, Product Manager for Systematic Theology, and co-instructor of Learn to Use Greek and Hebrew with Logos Bible Software.

In a previous blog post, I mentioned a theologian that influenced Millard J. Erickson—that theologian is Wolfhart Pannenberg. He was Erickson’s postdoctoral mentor. In fact, Pannenberg was one of the three people to whom Erickson dedicated his book, Christian Theology.

You may never have heard of Wolfhart Pannenberg, which is a tragedy, because his theological influence is monumental.

But who was Pannenberg? The Oxford Dictionary of the Christian Church says this about him:

“[Wolfhart Pannenberg is a] German Protestant theologian. In 1950/51 he studied theology under K. Barth in Basle, proceeding to doctoral work in Heidelberg in 1951. During his Heidelberg years he co-operated with a group of younger theologians in the development of a new approach, both exegetical and systematic, to the theology of revelation. This led to the book, Offenbarung als Geschichte, ed. by Pannenberg (1961; Eng. tr., Revelation as History, 1968). After teaching appointments in Wuppertal and Mainz, in 1968 he became Professor of Systematic Theology in the Protestant Faculty at Munich, where he remained until he retired in 1993)” (The Oxford Dictionary of the Christian Church, page 1222).

Pannenberg is best known for this three-volume work, Systematic Theology. One scholar says that in Systematic Theology Pannenberg offers “a voluminous account of every question before offering his own construction. Thus one may count on him for thorough background to most any debate, or one may move directly to the end of the section for Pannenberg’s own argument” (The Dictionary of Historical Theology, page 420). In other words, if you want to get into theology, you need Pannenberg.

Pannenberg also wrote: Anthropology in Theological Perspective, which is also available in the Science and Theology Collection (9 Vols.).

For an introduction to the theology of Pannenberg see God and the Future: Wolfhart Pannenberg’s Eschatological Doctrine of God, which is also part of the Theology and Doctrine Collection (16 Vols.).

Pannenberg is also regularly cited when God’s revelation to us is discussed. For an overview of Pannenberg’s view of divine revelation, check out God, Revelation, and Authority (6 Vols.) by Carl F. Henry, which is included in Gold, Platinum, and Portfolio.

Logos March Madness Winner Announced – Coupons Expire Soon!

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Logos March Madness is over and you can now buy all 64 titles at discounts up to 75% off through April 13th!

The big winner this year was A Critical and Exegetical Commentary on the Pastoral Epistles, I. Howard Marshall. Retailing at $130.00, you can get it today for $32.50 using the coupon code LMMR7.

Our runner up was Old Testament Theology, Paul R. House, which retails for $40.00 and is now available for $20.00 using the coupon code LMMR6.

These two titles are just a fraction of the savings that you can take advantage of with Logos March Madness. Through April 13th, all Logos March Madness coupons will remain open. That means you can now add more really great titles to your library at really amazing prices. Don’t miss this chance to save.

The discounts below represent more than $800 in total savings! So, grab your books now. The coupon codes and amazing prices all expire on Midnight, April 13th.

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A Critical and Exegetical Commentary on the Pastoral Epistles, I. Howard Marshall $130.00 $32.50
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Old Testament Theology, Paul R. House $40.00 $20.00
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The Ways of Our God: An Approach to Biblical Theology $48.00 $31.20
The Doctrine of the Atonement, As Taught by the Apostles $43.75 $28.44
The Treasury of David, Charles Spurgeon (6 Vols.) $59.95 $38.97
Encountering the Book of Romans, Douglas Moo $24.99 $16.24
He Is Not Silent: Preaching in a Postmodern World, R. Albert Mohler, Jr. $24.99 $16.24
A Quest for Godliness, J. I. Packer $14.95 $9.72
Old Testament Survey, William Sanford LaSor, David Allan Hubbard, Frederic William Bush $50.00 $32.50
1-3 John: The MacArthur New Testament Commentary, John MacArthur $26.99 $17.54
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Commentary on the Gospel According to Matthew, A. T. Roberton $23.95 $16.77
An Introduction to the Old Testament, Edward J. Young $38.00 $26.60
An Introduction to the Textual Criticism of the New Testament, B. B. Warfield $20.99 $14.69
The Doctrine of Justification: An Outline of Its History in the Church and of Its Exposition from Scripture $40.95 $28.67
The Genesis Question: Scientific Advances and the Accuracy of Genesis, Hugh Ross $14.95 $10.47
Paul’s Letter to the Romans, Ben Witherington $40.00 $28.00
Pillar New Testament Commentary: The Letter of James, Douglas Moo $32.00 $22.40
The Work of the Holy Spirit, by Abraham Kuyper $29.95 $20.97
Commentary on the Epistle to the Romans, Charles Hodge $26.95 $18.87
The Epistle to the Galatians, by James D. G. Dunn $34.95 $24.47
A Short Grammar of the Greek New Testament, for Students Familiar with the Elements of Greek, A. T. Robertson $42.95 $30.07
Martyn Lloyd-Jones (1899–1981) and 20th Century Evangelicalism $27.99 $19.59
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary, Merrill F. Unger $39.95 $27.97
Story as Torah: Reading Old Testament Narrative Ethically, Gordon J. Wenham $23.00 $16.10
The Pauline Writings, Craig A. Evens and Stanley E. Porter $70.00 $49.00
A Concise New Testament Theology, I. Howard Marshall $23.00 $16.10
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The Great Exchange: Justification by Faith Alone in the Light of Recent Thought $12.99 $9.74
The Last Things: An Eschatology for Laymen, George Eldon Ladd $14.00 $10.50
Commentaries for Biblical Expositors, Jim Rosscup $19.99 $14.99
Old Testament Theology: Basic Issues in the Current Debate, Gerhard Hasel $22.00 $16.50
The New American Commentary: Isaiah 1-39, Gary Smith $29.99 $22.49
The First and Second Letters to Timothy, Vol. 1 and 2, Jerome D. Quinn and William C. Wacker $88.00 $66.00
The Major Works of Anselm of Canterbury (4 Vols.) $19.95 $14.96
Finally Alive, John Piper $14.99 $11.24
The History of the Second Temple Period, Paolo Sacchi $84.00 $63.00
The Doctrine of Endless Punishment, William G. T. Shedd $15.00 $11.25
Josephus and the New Testament by Steve Mason $9.95 $7.46
A Sourcebook for Baptist Heritage,  H. Leon McBeth $39.99 $29.99
The Christian Doctrine of God, One Being Three Persons, by Thomas F. Torrance $44.95 $33.71
The Reformed Doctrine of Predestination, by Loraine Boettner $14.99 $11.24
Cornerstone Biblical Commentary: Luke, Acts, William J. Larkin and Allison A. Trites $34.99 $26.24
Reading Romans, Luke Timothy Johnson $29.95 $22.46
The Septuagint as Christian Scripture: Its Prehistory and the Problem of Its Canon, Martin Hengel $60.00 $45.00
The Shape of Sola Scriptura, Keith A. Mathison $21.00 $15.75
Caring for Souls: Counseling Under the Authority of Scripture $27.75 $20.81
The Dead Sea Scrolls Today, James C. Vanderkam $19.95 $14.96
Believer’s Baptism: The Covenant Sign of the New Age in Christ, Thomas R. Schreiner & Shawn Wright $19.99 $14.99
A General View of the History of the English Bible by B. F. Westcott $32.00 $24.00
The Holy Spirit, by Charles Ryrie $13.99 $10.49
Grammatical Insights into the New Testament, Nigel Turner $72.00 $54.00
Revelation 20 and the Millennial Debate, Matt Waymeyer $9.99 $7.49
Eternal Covenant: How the Trinity Reshapes Covenant Theology, Ralph A. Smith $12.00 $9.00
Glimpses of a Strange Land: Studies in Old Testament Ethics, Cyril Rodd $108.00 $81.00
Justification: The Heart of the Christian Faith, Eberhard Jüngel $72.00 $54.00
Theologians of the Baptist Tradition $24.99 $18.74
Calvinism, by Abraham Kuyper $24.95 $18.71
Jensen’s Survey of the New Testament $34.99 $26.24
Light from the Ancient East (Deissmann) $49.95 $37.46

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28 Free Wallpapers from Logos Bible Software

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Have you been meaning to find a new wallpaper in order to freshen up your computer screen? Spring is here, and besides baseball starting again (yes!), Spring means cleaning things up, putting away winter darks and bringing out lively, fresh spring and summer colors. Why not start with your computer screen by quickly setting a new Logos wallpaper? Besides, there is only so long you can look at Stonehenge, tulips, a tropical setting, or the galaxy’s expanse, right?

Our art department has been busy designing a variety of free wallpapers for you to choose from based on the new Logos Bible Software 4. With 28 brand new wallpapers, each available in 8 different screen resolutions, there should be something of interest for everyone. And just because they are called wallpapers, doesn’t mean they are limited to your computer screen. Feel free to use them as an overhead image before church service or in a PowerPoint or Keynote presentation.

Head on over to our Logos Bible Software Desktop Wallpaper page to view larger versions and to download one—or all. Or, come back often and switch your wallpaper on a weekly or monthly basis. There are five resolution sizes to choose per wallpaper.

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More Titles on Sale with Logos March Madness

The Logos March Madness Sweet 16 round is complete and we now have 56 titles on sale from 25-35% off their retail price. That also means that there are now only 8 titles remaining in the race for a 75% off coupon code. Your votes determine which titles will win, so head over and vote. The Elite 8 round will be open for voting through March 29th. The titles that don’t advance out of this round will be receive a 40% off coupon code and the remaining 4 titles will battle it out to see who will be in the championship round.

Here’s a list of the current Logos March Madness titles on sale with the corresponding coupon code.

Use code LMMR3 to save 35% on these titles Retail 35% off
The Ways of Our God: An Approach to Biblical Theology $48.00 $31.20
The Doctrine of the Atonement, As Taught by the Apostles $43.75 $28.44
The Treasury of David, Charles Spurgeon (6 Vols.) $59.95 $38.97
Encountering the Book of Romans, Douglas Moo $24.99 $16.24
He Is Not Silent: Preaching in a Postmodern World, R. Albert Mohler, Jr. $24.99 $16.24
A Quest for Godliness, J. I. Packer $14.95 $9.72
Old Testament Survey, William Sanford LaSor, David Allan Hubbard, Frederic William Bush $50.00 $32.50
1-3 John: The MacArthur New Testament Commentary, John MacArthur $26.99 $17.54
Use code LMMR2 to save 30% on these titles Retail 30% off
Commentary on the Gospel According to Matthew, A. T. Roberton $23.95 $16.77
An Introduction to the Old Testament, Edward J. Young $38.00 $26.60
An Introduction to the Textual Criticism of the New Testament, B. B. Warfield $20.99 $14.69
The Doctrine of Justification: An Outline of Its History in the Church and of Its Exposition from Scripture $40.95 $28.67
The Genesis Question: Scientific Advances and the Accuracy of Genesis, Hugh Ross $14.95 $10.47
Paul’s Letter to the Romans, Ben Witherington $40.00 $28.00
Pillar New Testament Commentary: The Letter of James, Douglas Moo $32.00 $22.40
The Work of the Holy Spirit, by Abraham Kuyper $29.95 $20.97
Commentary on the Epistle to the Romans, Charles Hodge $26.95 $18.87
The Epistle to the Galatians, by James D. G. Dunn $34.95 $24.47
A Short Grammar of the Greek New Testament, for Students Familiar with the Elements of Greek, A. T. Robertson $42.95 $30.07
Martyn Lloyd-Jones (1899–1981) and 20th Century Evangelicalism $27.99 $19.59
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary, Merrill F. Unger $39.95 $27.97
Story as Torah: Reading Old Testament Narrative Ethically, Gordon J. Wenham $23.00 $16.10
The Pauline Writings, Craig A. Evens and Stanley E. Porter $70.00 $49.00
A Concise New Testament Theology, I. Howard Marshall $23.00 $16.10
Use code LMMR1 to save 25% on these titles Retail 25% off
The Great Exchange: Justification by Faith Alone in the Light of Recent Thought $12.99 $9.74
The Last Things: An Eschatology for Laymen, George Eldon Ladd $14.00 $10.50
Commentaries for Biblical Expositors, Jim Rosscup $19.99 $14.99
Old Testament Theology: Basic Issues in the Current Debate, Gerhard Hasel $22.00 $16.50
The New American Commentary: Isaiah 1-39, Gary Smith $29.99 $22.49
The First and Second Letters to Timothy, Vol. 1 and 2, Jerome D. Quinn and William C. Wacker $88.00 $66.00
The Major Works of Anselm of Canterbury (4 Vols.) $19.95 $14.96
Finally Alive, John Piper $14.99 $11.24
The History of the Second Temple Period, Paolo Sacchi $84.00 $63.00
The Doctrine of Endless Punishment, William G. T. Shedd $15.00 $11.25
Josephus and the New Testament by Steve Mason $9.95 $7.46
A Sourcebook for Baptist Heritage, H. Leon McBeth $39.99 $29.99
The Christian Doctrine of God, One Being Three Persons, by Thomas F. Torrance $44.95 $33.71
The Reformed Doctrine of Predestination, by Loraine Boettner $14.99 $11.24
Cornerstone Biblical Commentary: Luke, Acts, William J. Larkin and Allison A. Trites $34.99 $26.24
Reading Romans, Luke Timothy Johnson $29.95 $22.46
The Septuagint as Christian Scripture: Its Prehistory and the Problem of Its Canon, Martin Hengel $60.00 $45.00
The Shape of Sola Scriptura, Keith A. Mathison $21.00 $15.75
Caring for Souls: Counseling Under the Authority of Scripture $27.75 $20.81
The Dead Sea Scrolls Today, James C. Vanderkam $19.95 $14.96
Believer’s Baptism: The Covenant Sign of the New Age in Christ, Thomas R. Schreiner & Shawn Wright $19.99 $14.99
A General View of the History of the English Bible by B. F. Westcott $32.00 $24.00
The Holy Spirit, by Charles Ryrie $13.99 $10.49
Grammatical Insights into the New Testament, Nigel Turner $72.00 $54.00
Revelation 20 and the Millennial Debate, Matt Waymeyer $9.99 $7.49
Eternal Covenant: How the Trinity Reshapes Covenant Theology, Ralph A. Smith $12.00 $9.00
Glimpses of a Strange Land: Studies in Old Testament Ethics, Cyril Rodd $108.00 $81.00
Justification: The Heart of the Christian Faith, Eberhard Jüngel $72.00 $54.00
Theologians of the Baptist Tradition $24.99 $18.74
Calvinism, by Abraham Kuyper $24.95 $18.71
Jensen’s Survey of the New Testament $34.99 $26.24
Light from the Ancient East (Deissmann) $49.95 $37.46

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Coupon Code for 25% Off 32 Titles

The first round of Logos March Madness is over and you can now buy these 32 great titles for 25% off using the coupon code LMMR1.

Title Retail 25% off
The Great Exchange: Justification by Faith Alone in the Light of Recent Thought $12.99 $9.74
The Last Things: An Eschatology for Laymen, George Eldon Ladd $14.00 $10.50
Commentaries for Biblical Expositors, Jim Rosscup $19.99 $14.99
Old Testament Theology: Basic Issues in the Current Debate, Gerhard Hasel $22.00 $16.50
The New American Commentary: Isaiah 1-39, Gary Smith $29.99 $22.49
The First and Second Letters to Timothy, Vol. 1 and 2, Jerome D. Quinn and William C. Wacker $88.00 $66.00
The Major Works of Anselm of Canterbury (4 Vols.) $19.95 $14.96
Finally Alive, John Piper $14.99 $11.24
The History of the Second Temple Period, Paolo Sacchi $84.00 $63.00
The Doctrine of Endless Punishment, William G. T. Shedd $15.00 $11.25
Josephus and the New Testament by Steve Mason $9.95 $7.46
A Sourcebook for Baptist Heritage,  H. Leon McBeth $39.99 $29.99
The Christian Doctrine of God, One Being Three Persons, by Thomas F. Torrance $44.95 $33.71
The Reformed Doctrine of Predestination, by Loraine Boettner $14.99 $11.24
Cornerstone Biblical Commentary: Luke, Acts, William J. Larkin and Allison A. Trites $34.99 $26.24
Reading Romans, Luke Timothy Johnson $29.95 $22.46
The Septuagint as Christian Scripture: Its Prehistory and the Problem of Its Canon, Martin Hengel $60.00 $45.00
The Shape of Sola Scriptura, Keith A. Mathison $21.00 $15.75
Caring for Souls: Counseling Under the Authority of Scripture $27.75 $20.81
The Dead Sea Scrolls Today, James C. Vanderkam $19.95 $14.96
Believer’s Baptism: The Covenant Sign of the New Age in Christ, Thomas R. Schreiner & Shawn Wright $19.99 $14.99
A General View of the History of the English Bible by B. F. Westcott $32.00 $24.00
The Holy Spirit, by Charles Ryrie $13.99 $10.49
Grammatical Insights into the New Testament, Nigel Turner $72.00 $54.00
Revelation 20 and the Millennial Debate, Matt Waymeyer $9.99 $7.49
Eternal Covenant: How the Trinity Reshapes Covenant Theology, Ralph A. Smith $12.00 $9.00
Glimpses of a Strange Land: Studies in Old Testament Ethics, Cyril Rodd $108.00 $81.00
Justification: The Heart of the Christian Faith, Eberhard Jüngel $72.00 $54.00
Theologians of the Baptist Tradition $24.99 $18.74
Calvinism, by Abraham Kuyper $24.95 $18.71
Jensen’s Survey of the New Testament $34.99 $26.24
Light from the Ancient East (Deissmann) $49.95 $37.46

Want to save more?

Voting for Round 2 of Logos March Madness is now open. The 16 titles not advancing out of Round 2 will receive a coupon code for 30% off. Head over to www.logosmarchmadness.com and vote for your favorite titles. Remember, the further a title advances, the bigger the discount it will receive!

What’s up on the Mac?

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Getting Logos 4 for the Mac finished is one of our top priorities. Recent Alpha releases are in good shape, and offer many of the core features. We’re working at top speed to get everything else done, too.

The number one questions, of course, is “When?” And we can’t say, because we don’t know. We’re putting our energy into coding, not estimating. And, because of the unique challenges involved in sharing code between platforms, there are many things we can’t predict the time-frame for, even if we tried.

The good news is that the Logos 4 Mac team is seeing success after success. Our shared-code strategy is working, and ensuring compatibility of both content and documents. And as the platform becomes more stable we’re seeing increased speed implementing features at the interface layer.

We’ve been hiring Mac developers for quite a while, and we have even brought some of the Windows development team over to the Mac side. But we couldn’t hire enough great Mac developers fast enough here in Bellingham, so we decided to do something even more dramatic: We opened a temporary office in Bellevue, Washington where we could get access to a bigger pool of Mac developers.

We rented an apartment and moved our Mac team lead there for four days a week. He’s helping keep the half-dozen programmers there coordinated with the larger team in Bellingham.

The bottom line? Logos 4 Mac is full-speed ahead, and making lots of progress. We can’t predict the final ship date, but we’re confident we’re doing everything possible to make it as soon as possible. And, of course, there’s a new Alpha release every two weeks, which many users report is stable and meets their needs on a daily basis.

Want even more updates? Keep an eye on our forums, where you can hear about the latest progress and even interact with the development team.

Save up to 75% on 64 Logos Titles

We’ve hand-picked 64 titles to compete in the 2010 Logos March Madness tournament and it is up to you to decide which one we should sell at 75% off!
The premise is simple—at www.logosmarchmadness.com we’ve taken 64 titles available in Logos Bible Software and split them into four divisions. You vote for your favorite titles in each division and the ones with the most votes at the end of each of the six rounds advance. Titles that don’t advance are then offered at a discounted rate between 25% and 50% off the retail price. The title that gets crowned the champion will be discounted at 75% off!
Voting is now open for the first round, and will remain open thru March 20th. The complete schedule is as follows:
Round 1: March 18-20
Round 2: March 21-23
Sweet 16: March 24-26
Elite 8: March 27-29
Final 4: March 30 – April 1
Championship: April 2-5
See the full brackets
As I said, the titles that don’t get enough votes to advance out of a round will be offered at a discount. Here is how the discounts will break down:
Titles not advancing out of round 1 will be 25% off.
Titles not advancing out of round 2 will be 30% off.
Titles not advancing out of the sweet sixteen will be 35% off.
Titles not advancing out of the elite eight will be 40% off.
Titles not advancing out of the final four will be 45% off.
The second place book in the tournament will be 50% off.
The tournament champion will be 75% off.
So, go check out the full list of titles being offered and vote for your favorites. Of course, if you really want a title to win (so you can get it for 75% off) be sure to spread the word to all your friends and family and tell them to go to www.logosmarchmadness.com and vote for your favorites!
So, what are you waiting for?

A Few Minutes Could Save You…

Refer-A-Friend Program

It is quite surprising when we hear of people who have never heard of things we have been doing for a while. One of those things is our Refer-A-Friend program.

In just a few easy steps, we can send your pastor, friends, co-workers, ministry leaders, and/or family members a coupon code to receive 15% off a Logos 4 base package. And to make it worth a few moments of your time, if your recommendation turns into a sale, we give you a $25 gift certificate good toward a web purchase on Logos.com.

To get started, make sure you Sign In to your Logos.com account, and then head on over to www.logos.com/referafriend.

The first step asks you to enter a person’s email address and their name. We will use it to send your friend two emails which you will be able to view and customize. And the email will not be added to any lists, so we won’t make you look bad.

Next, you see a preview of a plain text email we will send on your behalf. You can easily edit the email to include a personal message if you want, or you can click Next to proceed.

The final step is to select one of seven base packages we include in the program. The default recommendation is set for Scholar’s Library as this is our best selling collection, but you have the option to recommend up to Scholar’s Library: Platinum.

At this point, you may click Send!, or you can see a preview of the fancy html message we’ll send featuring your recommended product.

Chances are, your small group leader would benefit greatly using Leader’s Library, and suggesting Scholar’s Library or above to your relative heading to seminary would make his or her studies and term papers a whole lot easier. Since the Refer-A-Friend program works for the majority of our collections, you can suggest the collection you think would be most valuable to your friend. And don’t worry if you are not sure which collection would be best. If you suggest Scholar’s Library and they end up purchasing Scholar’s Library: Gold, you’ll still get a $25 gift certificate—as long as it is included in the program and they use the coupon code you send them!

You can suggest one of the following collections:

With this ability to offer your friends a discount on a product that hopefully has transformed your devotional times, your sermon or Bible study preparation, or has helped you through seminary, why would you not take a few minutes to run down your list of contacts and send them a quick, pre-formatted email? Not only will you be helping transform their Bible study, you could also "pocket" a cool $25 credit for each person who acts on your recommendation.

So what are you waiting for? Refer-A-Friend Now!

Visit our custom upgrade discount calculator to see what discounts you qualify for on an upgrade to a brand new Logos 4 base package.

New customers should visit http://www.logos.com/4 to learn more and see what discounts are currently available.