Archives for August 2018

Diverse Mobile Ed Topics. Incredible Deals. Now on Community Pricing.

Get amazing prices, with savings up to 85%, on these Mobile Ed courses by joining in Community Pricing.

Community Pricing lets you choose the price you’re willing to pay on fantastic resources. It’s one of the best ways for you to get a great deal on Mobile Ed courses, Bibles, commentaries, and much more. And even better, there’s no risk—you can cancel your bid at any time, and your card isn’t charged until the resource ships. (We’ll even send you a reminder first.) [Read more…]

The Great Legacy of Richard Watson’s Theological Institutes

Richard Watson’s Theological Institutes was a critical landmark in the development of Methodist doctrine. Originally published in 1831 in four volumes, Watson’s work was the first attempt to systematize John Wesley’s theology. Influencing and guiding the later systematic theological work for Methodist theology, Watson’s Institutes was the main Methodist textbook for systematic theological studies and remained a primary text for over 50 years after his death.

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He Who Loved God Became the Greatest of All

Danish theologian and philosopher Søren Kierkegaard addressed the greatest troubles he saw in his day, including faithlessness, despair, and anxiety. He lived during the Industrial Revolution, in a time when humanity’s scientific potential outweighed the possibilities of faith. Kierkegaard’s writing serves as a corrective for our postmodern era, helping us return faith to the focus of our lives.

In this excerpt from his book, Fear and Trembling, Kierkegaard holds up the example of Abraham as one who exhibited the kind of faith necessary for true greatness. [Read more…]

Dig Deep with Diverse, Rigorous Theological Scholarship

There are only a few days left to get these amazing Eerdmans collections for up to 51% off through the Publisher Spotlight Sale.  

Few collections give you as much diversity, application, and rigorous biblical scholarship as these. Plus, if you already have some of the resources in your Logos library, you’ll get a custom discount. So grab these deals while you can! [Read more…]

The Gospel, Spain, and the Ends of the Earth

“I hope to see you in passing as I go to Spain” says Paul, while imprisoned. His ambitions are repeated a few verses later: “When therefore I have completed this … I will leave for Spain by way of you” (Rom 15:28). It’s certainly ambitious for him to be making travel plans. But Paul wasn’t making casual conversation or planning a vacation. He believed that his life and ministry would not end until he reached Spain. We aren’t sure if Paul made it, but he was passionate about getting there. Why? He saw himself in the prophecy of Isaiah 66. [Read more…]

Last Chance to Save Up to 40% on August Resources

There are only a few days left to get significant savings on a wide variety of resources in the August Monthly Sale—and the deal on Old Testament Theology is one you don’t want to miss! [Read more…]

How to Remove Mobile Devices from Your Logos Account

In previous blogs, I’ve written about “managing” mobile resources from the Logos desktop app. In response to one of the blogs, a user posted this question:

I have had several phones and iPads since using Logos. How do I delete, or remove, the previous devices and their info? Sure hope this can be done. [Read more…]

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14 Courses to Expand Your Knowledge of Christ

The Mobile Ed Christology Conference is happening now, and though it’s too late to join, you can still pick up the courses that serve as the backbone of the conference. Now through August 30, you can save 20% on 14 courses from the conference, including the courses below. [Read more…]

4 Easy Ways to Breathe New Life into Bible Study

Most of us desire to study the Bible, but sometimes we get into a rut. Bible study can become more of a chore than an exciting time of learning and growing in your understanding of God’s Word and in your relationship with Jesus.

Author, Bible study teacher, and radio host Nancy Leigh DeMoss shares four tips for keeping Bible study fresh and exciting—adapted from the free guide Study the Word: 12 Christian Leaders on Bible Study. [Read more…]