You may have noticed that we recently launched the Confessional Documents References Dataset in Logos Now 6.7. It forms the backbone for the Confessional Documents section in the Passage Guide. This section finds where all of your creedal church documents and commentaries on church documents mention the passage you are studying, and then organizes the results according to theological category (such as soteriology, anthropology, ecclesiology, etc.) and then by denominational affiliation (Methodist, Baptist, Anglican, Modern Catholic, ecumenical, etc.).
This incredible tool lets you compare your study on any Bible verse with ancient and modern creeds and confessions of Christianity. Suddenly, in the middle of your theological study of 1 Corinthians 3:16, you can see how any denomination’s profession of faith cites it, or how any commentator on a church catechism or council bases its belief on the teaching of Paul in that passage.
But what if you don’t have the resources to populate this section of the Passage Guide, and how do you know which resources will give you answers?
We’ve put together 95 volumes of the best documents and resources across nearly every tradition at an incredible discount. This collection has the Book of Concord, the Heidelberg Catechism, the Arminian Confession, the Council of Trent, the Orthodox Confession, the Westminster Confession, the Book of Common Prayer, the Apostles’ Creed, the Vatican II documents, the degrees of the Synod of Jerusalem, the Augsburg Confession, the Philadelphia Confession, the First and Second London Confessions of Faith, the Nicene Creed, the Articles of Religion, the Hutterite Confession, the Doctrine of the Russian Church—you get the idea.
It’s not just church documents. The Confessional Documents section of the Passage Guide also pulls in historical commentaries and annotations on your church documents, and there are plenty of those included in the Confessional Documents Collection.
For the month of November we’re offering the collection at an additional 15% off for Logos Now subscribers. If you aren’t a subscriber to Logos Now, give it a trial run with your first month free and still take 15% off this collection. Or, get the equivalent of two months free by signing up for the annual subscription!