5 Words You’re Probably Not Getting in the Christmas Story

Every Christmas Eve growing up, my father read the Christmas story from Luke 2 in the King James Version.

And every Christmas Eve, I thought I understood it. I largely did. But I now see little things I was missing—through no fault of my own, nor of the KJV translators, but simply because of the inevitable process of language change. The KJV is 400 years old, after all. I now see these little things because I focused hard on them while writing my book, Authorized: The Use and Misuse of the King James Bible.

Here are five things you might not have noticed you were missing in the Christmas story in Luke 2 in the King James Version. [Read more…]

You Can Do THAT with Canvas in Logos 8?

Canvas is like joining your paper Bible, a whiteboard, and the power of Logos to help you interpret and internalize God’s Word. With Canvas in Logos 8, you can work the biblical text in incredible ways. When you’re done, you can share and save your creation to use as a sermon illustration, small group handout, or even a children’s bulletin. [Read more…]

Drumroll, Please: Introducing 12 Days of Logos Christmas Deals

You won’t find swans swimming in the Logos 12 days of Christmas—but you may want to do some leaping at deals up to 60% off

All 12 are available right now! Here are just three: [Read more…]

Award-Winning BECNT & More at Can’t-Miss Prices

This month’s Top Picks sale is packed with commentaries, resources for hermeneutics and apologetics, and more. 

If you’re a pastor, missionary, academic, Bible teacher, or other committed Christian, you can find well-respected resources to meet your needs—and save 40%.  Here are just a few examples of what you can find in the sale: [Read more…]

Why Protestants Need to Talk More about Mary

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By Amy Peeler

“A class on Mary called ‘Mother of God’? At a Protestant school?” My admission that I teach such a class arouses incredulity, because not many transgress the ecumenical divide. Reflections on Mary have remained robust for millennia, but not in all Christian circles (mine included).  [Read more…]

Learning Logos: Helpful Resources for Advent

As the Christmas season is upon us you’ll no doubt be reading, studying, and/or teaching passages such as Matthew 2 and Luke 2. In light of that, I want to encourage you to use several resources you most likely own: [Read more…]

New Books by John Stott and Carl Henry: The Best of Christianity Today

For over 60 years, Christianity Today (CT) has set a high standard in Christian publishing. Covering everything from current events to theological trends, the magazine and its authors have modeled evangelical cultural engagement at its finest.  [Read more…]

20% off Logos 8 (plus 2 More Reasons Now’s the Best Time to Buy)

All Logos 8 packages are 20% off this Christmas season, so there’s never been a better time to see how Logos can help you explore Scripture more deeply. [Read more…]

Give 1, Get 1 This Christmas: Meaningful Stocking Stuffers

Have you ever bought a gift you wished you could keep for yourself?

Now, you can (while still being generous).  [Read more…]

December’s Free Book: Study Doctrine in Acts

Throughout December, you can download Brazos Theological Commentary on the Bible: Acts for free. In Logos’ Free Book of the Month, Jaroslav Pelikan (a well-respected scholar on Christian history) offers an insightful, well-written commentary ideal for pastors and teachers. From the in-depth introduction and theological analysis of Scripture, you can gain new observations of Acts to share with your congregation, small group, or class. [Read more…]