Learning Logos: Display Commentaries by Authors’ Denominational Bent

The recently released Logos 9 contains numerous new features, but none more practical than the redesigned Commentaries guide section. With this makeover, we can now display our commentaries in various ways, including the denominational bent of the author! [Read more…]

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Logos Tech Tip: Start Your Study in the New Factbook

Ever come across a cross-reference and wanted to see at a glance how it relates to the passage you’re studying? Or filter the Proverbs based on the type of advice the writer is giving, and to whom he’s giving it? If so, you’re looking for information that we’ve pulled together in a dataset on Logos, which you can use to discover helpful stuff right away.  [Read more…]

What Are We Missing about ‘In Everything Give Thanks’?

“In everything give thanks.” 

The importance of thankfulness is impossible to miss in that well-known verse. 

Other aspects of 1 Thessalonians 5:16 and the following two verses, however, are easier to overlook. Keep reading to find out how “in everything give thanks” applies beyond personal worship, how the command is connected to the Holy Spirit, and more.

The excerpt below is adapted from Dr. Jeffrey Weima’s Mobile Education course on 1 & 2 Thessalonians [Read more…]

3 Controversial Questions in Romans Explored (Free Commentary)

William Hendriksen’s commentary on Romans—free this month—explores what he calls in the foreword a “heartwarming book” and in the introduction “a book for every age, including our own.” 

Since the original print version of this commentary came in two volumes, it’s almost like getting two books for free! [Read more…]

If You’re Asking, ‘What Is Advent?’ You’ve Come to the Right Place

Each year as December draws near, many of us commit to finding rest in a season notoriously wrought with materialism, busyness, and exhaustion. We want to focus on what really matters and prepare our hearts and minds to remember the birth of Christ and all that it means for the believer. One way to do this is by celebrating Advent, which for centuries has been tied to the first coming of Christ.  [Read more…]

Learning Logos: Quickly Access Background Information about Books of the Bible

Sometimes in Bible study, we want to investigate a passage in great detail and we have a lot of Logos tools to accomplish this task: Passage Guide, Exegetical Guide, Bible Word Study, and more!

At other times, however, we want a birds-eye view of a book in the Bible. We want answers to questions like Who wrote the book? To whom was it written? When was it written? [Read more…]

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Are These 5 ‘Myths’ about Logos Costing You Valuable Time?

Are you a current Logos user thinking about upgrading to Logos 9? As with every buying decision, there’s lots to consider, and no two Logos users are exactly alike.

We want to make sure you have all the information you need, so in this post, we’ve pulled together answers to some of the most common questions we hear. [Read more…]

Learn How to Pray Like Jesus through This Book of the Bible

By W. David O. Taylor

Can we learn how to pray like Jesus? We know he prayed in the wilderness and in the garden of Gethsemane. We hear snippets of his conversation with the Father in John 11 when he raised Lazarus from the dead and in Luke 23 when he hung from the cross. We listen in on his lengthy intercessory prayer on behalf of the disciples in John 17. And we possess a record of the definitive prayer he entrusted to his disciples in Luke 11, only moments after the Gospel tells us he was “praying in a certain place.” [Read more…]