Why Do Christians Disagree about the End Times?

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Dr. Mike Heiser loves to take on tough topics. In addition to his academic work primarily on the first half of the Old Testament books and on Semitic language studies, his published works include a rich trove of popular non-fiction works addressing perceptions (often misperceptions) of topics related to the Bible. His goal seems to be to disabuse Christians from popular flights of fancy and redirect them to sound Bible study and interpretation.

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3 Days to Save on Gospel According to the Old Testament Series & More

June is almost over, and that means this is your last chance to get a great deal on featured resources from P&R Publishing. We’ve pulled together five of this celebrated Reformed publisher’s most popular series, including the Reformed Expository Commentary and the Gospel According to the Old Testament Series. There are just three days left to save 30% on these great titles, so now’s the time to make your move:

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Find Everywhere Where Jesus Discusses a Subject

A friend and fellow Logos user called me recently with the following scenario:

I’m studying in Matthew 12 where Jesus referred to the Pharisees as a “brood of vipers.” It made me think of the fact that Jesus often referenced animals in his speech. How can I locate occurrences of His mentioning animals?

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3 Reasons Logos 7 Bronze Is a Smart Way to Upgrade

This time around, there are lots of upgrade options available for current Logos users. And through July 19, they’re all 10% off!

If you want to get the complete Logos 7 experience at the most affordable price, take a look at Logos 7 Bronze. Here are three reasons you should consider Bronze for your upgrade.

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Should We Borrow from Other Preachers?

Image courtesy of the Southern Baptist Historical Library & Archive

The following is a guest post by Steve Rogers, the son of beloved Baptist pastor Adrian Rogers.

Assuming that—as part of your job description—you are expected to preach in a church setting on a regular basis, here is your reality: Every Sunday, in your audience, there will be sin that needs to be confronted, sinners who need to be convicted, doubters who need to challenged, mourners who need to be comforted, and saints who need to be encouraged, exhorted, and equipped.

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Master Logos Bible Software: Camp Logos Videos Are on Sale!

Morris Proctor has spent over 20 years teaching people how to study the Bible better with Logos. He has trained thousands of users including pastors, Christian educators, military chaplains, professors, students, and more. Whether through blog posts, training manuals, or in person at one of his camps, Morris has helped people move past the beginner’s stage and do advanced study in the Logos platform.

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Why Vulnerability Is Critical For Genuine Connection

This is a guest post by Dr. Daniel Bush. Daniel is the author of Live in Liberty: The Spiritual Message of Galatians and Embracing God as Father: Christian Identity in the Family of GodHis newest book is Undefended: Discovering God when Your Guard Is Down.

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How to Get Free Logos Books and Other Swag

Want to see all the free Logos books you don’t already have?

Want to see what Logos books are on sale?

Want to see what’s cheap?

One of our users in the Logos forums recently shared with other users the links he uses to check all these things (and more) periodically on Logos.com. Here’s his full post. I’ll share with you a few of the highlights.

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5 Reasons Studying the Original Languages Is Worth the Pain

greek hebrewShould pastors and other Bible teachers bother to learn Greek and Hebrew? You can use Greek and Hebrew without having to memorize a single paradigm, let alone 3,000 vocab words, so why torture yourself?

I’ll give you ten reasons studying the original languages is worth the pain, five this week and five next.

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Does This Textual Variant Have Theological Implications?

After the great flood, everyone had one language. Humanity congregated in the region of Babylonia (“the land of Shinar”) and started building a tower that would reach into the heavens (Gen 11:1–9). God stopped the project by transforming the single language into many—dispersing humanity over the earth and creating the nations and regions listed in Genesis 10. Most people think it ends there, but there’s more. The story picks up again in Deuteronomy 32:8–9. And the story changes, depending on what Bible version you use.

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