The Mighty One Has Done Great Things for Me

 

This post is the fourth in a series adapted from Anticipating His Arrival, a family Advent devotional by Rick Brannan. We will be posting one devotional a day through Christmas. [Read more…]

6 Books and 1 Movie That Should Make Every Theology Nerd’s Nice List

You might want to save a little room in the Christmas budget for yourself. Right now you can get 50% off select Bible study and theology resources.

Not sure where to start? Here are seven resources loved by folks who love theology. [Read more…]

When Our Mouths Were Filled with Laughter

This post is the third in a series adapted from Anticipating His Arrival, a family Advent devotional by Rick Brannan. We will be posting one devotional a day through Christmas. [Read more…]

1,500 Reasons (Give or Take) to Get Logos 8

What if someone offered you The IVP New Testament Commentary Series (14 vols.) for $22—91% off the regular Logos price of $241.99?

What if they offered The New International Greek Testament Commentary (13 vols.) for $33—a 91% savings on the Logos price of $359.93?

Those are kind of deals you get when you get Logos 8 Platinum. [Read more…]

He Acts for the One Who Waits for Him

This post is the second in a series adapted from Anticipating His Arrival, a family Advent devotional by Rick Brannan. We will be posting one devotional a day through Christmas.

Isaiah 64:1–4, 8–11 [Read more…]

The Twelve Deals of Christmas: up to 50% off Books

For this year’s Christmas savings, we’re offering 12 Deals of Christmas—3 sets of 12, actually—and most resources are between 40–50% off.

Featured authors include Dietrich Bonhoeffer, A.W. Tozer, John Frame, Michael Heiser, and many more.

Shop the sale to see all the deals. Here are some highlights: [Read more…]

Call for Papers: How Is Technology Affecting How You Handle the Bible?

Technology is becoming a bigger and bigger part of everything—including how we handle Scripture.

That’s the idea behind Faithlife’s BibleTech Conference this year, and we’re asking you to submit a thoughtful paper or discussion on the topic. [Read more…]

Get Select Zondervan Collections 40% Off

Sometimes a simple vision from God grows into something unimaginable.

That’s what happened after Pat and Bernard Zondervan started Zondervan out of their mother’s Michigan farmhouse in 1931, publishing their first book, Women of the Old Testament, just two years later.

Today, Zondervan is a leading Bible publisher of best-selling Bibles, books, curricula, academic resources, and digital products—including the best-selling modern-English translation of the Bible, the NIV.

For a limited time, you can grab select Zondervan collections for 40% off: [Read more…]

The Changes from Logos 7 to Logos 8, Summarized

With Logos 8 comes the most significant changes in an upgrade since Logos 4.

As this article covering all key changes states, “[Logos 8] not only adds many new features, but it also changes existing features and user interfaces in ways that will take some time to adjust to.”

This post is a summary of the full article. Each heading represents the major category of changes between Logos 8 and Logos 7. [Read more…]

Excerpt from the Award-Winning Lexham Geographic Commentary

Each year, Christianity Today honors outstanding books most likely to shape evangelical life, thought, and culture.

The Lexham Geographic Commentary on the Gospels, edited by Barry Beitzel, recently received this prestigious award for the category of Biblical Studies. The commentary delivers fresh insight by paying attention to an often overlooked component of the Gospel stories—their geographical setting.

Most houses (be they of a commoner or a king) had a guest–room or lodging place (katalyma) where a traveler could pause to eat or sleep for a period of time.

This excerpt explores—and challenges—the traditional understanding of the location of Jesus’ birth. [Read more…]