Francis Schaeffer: Will Today’s Pain Lead to Death or Birth?

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Doctrinal rightness and rightness of ecclesiastical position are important, but only as a starting point to go on into a living relationship—and not as ends in themselves. Francis Schaeffer

Francis Schaeffer (1912–1984) was an evangelical missionary, theologian, and writer, best known for founding L’Abri with his wife, Edith. [Read more…]

3 Debates about Paul’s Theology You Might Not Know Exist

Of course, there’s the well-known New Perspective on Paul, which deals with Paul’s doctrine of justification and the relationships between law, grace, and faith.

But did you know there are other debates in current scholarly literature? [Read more…]

Last Chance: Individual Anchor Yale Bible Volumes, Just $20

Don’t miss your last chance to get individual volumes of the Anchor Yale Bible for $19.99.

Individual pricing per volume is normally between $30–$75, so you can save up to 74% on some volumes. [Read more…]

Your Window’s Closing on These IVP UK Savings

Earlier this month, we told you about how you can get more out of your Logos library with the New Studies in Biblical Theology (43 vols.), The Bible Speaks Today: Old and New Testaments (55 vols.), and the IVP UK Ultimate Bundle—which are all 30% off in February. [Read more…]

God Is Closer to You Than Your Own Thoughts

By John Frame

When people philosophize about God, images of his distance often predominate. God is, we say, far from us, in a different realm from the earth in which we live. [Read more…]

Frederick Douglass: Slaves Sing Most When They Are Most Unhappy

Frederick Douglass (1818–1895) fought three great evils in his life: slavery, the subjugation of women, and hatred among humankind.

Born into slavery in 1818 and separated from his mother at birth, Douglass never knew his actual birth date. He was moved around various farms as a child and teenager in New England. He learned the alphabet from one slave owner’s wife, and from there taught himself to read and write—and was soon using the Bible to teach other slaves to read. [Read more…]

Throwing Cheese to the Glory of God

Paul describes the Christian life as the process of “being transformed into the same image [of Christ] from one degree of glory to another” (2 Cor 3:18). There is an upward and downward reading of this text. One reading will transform and the other deform us. [Read more…]

Get a Guided Tour of the History of Trinitarianism

More resources on the Trinity? Haven’t we (collectively) said all there is to say?

We’ll let Dr. Fred Sanders answer that. Sanders is the author of several books and teaches theology at Biola University. He recently recorded a brand-new Mobile Ed course on the Trinity called, History of the Doctrine of the Trinity. [Read more…]

Where Your Faith Meets the Newest Tech

Explore the intersection of Bible and technology at this year’s BibleTech conference, coming to Seattle on April 11–12, 2019.

Learn about advances in biblical studies from over 25 leaders in the tech, Bible translation, and publishing industries. Plan on discovering new ways technological advances equip us to explore and share God’s Word. [Read more…]

Individual Commentary Sale: Anchor Yale Bible Just $20

For a limited time, get any Anchor Yale Bible commentary for just $20 each.

Even if you’ve been a Bible scholar for 20 years, some books require more intense study than others. [Read more…]