5 Reasons You’ll Love the New Logos 8 Libraries

For the past several months, my team and I have had the pleasure of building the brand-new Logos 8 libraries.

We’re thrilled with how customers are responding. One loved the new libraries so much she bought four—“more than ever for any new Logos release,” she said.

So what’s new to the Logos 8 libraries? [Read more…]

Men Without Chests: Lewis, Relativism, and the Soul of Christianity

 

It’s C.S. Lewis week here at Faithlife! We’re celebrating the scholar’s life and writings, and with that, discounting the 30-volume C.S. Lewis Collection for one week only. This is a post from Faithlife staff member Daniel Motley reflecting on Lewis’ warnings against relativism. [Read more…]

The Works of Kierkegaard Are Coming to Logos!

Father in heaven, when the thought of thee awakens in our soul, let it not waken as an agitated bird which flutters confusedly about, but as a child waking from sleep with a celestial smile.”

— Søren Kierkegaard

Kierkegaard, the nineteenth-century Danish philosopher and theologian, is a misunderstood titan among Christian writers. Born to a pious Lutheran family in Copenhagen, Kierkegaard was raised in affluence—reading literature, attending plays, and rubbing elbows with cultured elites. By his twenties, Kierkegaard was moving down the same path as others in the upper echelons of Danish society. He attended the School of Civic Virtue where he learned the humanities and continued on to study theology at the University of Copenhagen. Eventually, Kierkegaard would meet a young lady named Regine Olsen and become engaged. All seemed well for the young student.

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When Google Met God: Billy Graham’s 1998 TED Talk

Billy Graham, a titan of evangelism and possibly the most well-known evangelical pastor of the 20th century, passed from this life to his reward last week.

While many will rightly mention his crusades, his relationships with many U.S. presidents, or his friendship with Martin Luther King, Jr., most probably do not remember the surprising time Billy Graham lectured a group in Silicon Valley about the future, death, technology, and God.
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Discover Spurgeon’s Notes in Your Bible


Charles Spurgeon, the famous Baptist preacher of the 19th century, filled over 60 volumes with sermons—making him one of the most prolific preachers in Christian history. What would he have written in the margins of his own Bible?
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In Memory of R.C. Sproul: 20 Quotes on the Glory of God

R.C. Sproul, beloved theologian, writer, and pastor, went to be with the Lord in the afternoon of December 14th. He founded Ligonier Ministries in the 1970s to provide theologically rich Christian teaching to people with little or no access to it. Using radio, print, and television media, Sproul introduced many people to the Reformed theology, advocating for a revival of Calvinism among evangelicals. [Read more…]

Don’t Miss the Pre-Order Price on the Adrian Rogers Sermon Archive!

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Pastor. Preacher. President.

Considered one of the most influential ministers of the 20th century, Adrian Rogers held these titles with distinction. He led Bellevue Baptist Church in Memphis, TN, for 33 years and grew the congregation by 20,000 people. He preached thousands of sermons in the course of his lifetime. He was elected president of the Southern Baptist Convention for two terms, leading the convention in a conservative direction.

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Get 75% off the Works of Jonathan Edwards This Month Only!

 

Jonathan Edwards may be the greatest and most important theologian America has produced. His depth and breadth of knowledge across multiple disciplines, including the natural sciences and philosophy, would be impressive for a pastor working today. Edwards, however, didn’t have the luxury of having Bible software at his fingertips: he pastored a rural church and worked on the mission field in eighteenth century Massachusetts, reading everything he could get his hands on.

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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 the Reformation Still Matters: An Interview with Matthew Barrett

In this post, we interview Dr. Matthew Barrett, Lecturer of systematic theology and church history at Oak Hill Theological College in London, and the general editor of Reformation Theology: A Systematic Summary

For a limited time, you can get Dr. Barrett’s Reformation Theology: A Systematic Summary for over 25% off the retail price.

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