Free Course Access to Focus on Faith during the Coronavirus Crisis

Even in the midst of the coronavirus and social distancing, we can use this time to move forward in faith and help others do the same.

Here’s how you can do it for free:  [Read more…]

O Come, Let Us Worship Him: Liturgy in Plague Time

I’ve been praying the sacred liturgy for 70-some years, but it never struck me before as it did this morning—the first Sunday since the coronavirus pandemic and its precautions have swept the nation.

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On Sale This Month: R. C. Sproul, Eugene Peterson & More Starting under $10

Logos March Matchups Voting Continues, but Deals Are Already Here!

The head-to-head battle continues in this year’s Logos March Matchups!

Round 3 of competition just ended, sending dozens of collections and Mobile Ed courses to the bench . . . but it’s okay, because that’s where the real fun happens. [Read more…]

Top Picks Sale: Get This ‘Rare Combination’ Reformed Commentary Set for 40% Off

This month’s top picks sale offers 40% off resources for teaching, preaching, and more. 

Included is the Reformed Expository Commentary (all 30 volumes) for about $10 per volume. [Read more…]

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This Simple Fact in Luke 8 about Jesus and Women Is Significant—Here’s Why

The Gospels show us not only who Jesus is but how Jesus loves his people. With International Women’s Day right around the corner (March 8) and Women’s History Month, let’s consider how Jesus moved toward the women in his life with kindness and love. [Read more…]

16 Excavation Sites in Israel You Need to Know

The pool of Siloam at the end of Hezekiah’s tunnel on the southern slope of the City of David, Jerusalem

By David B. Schreiner

Israel is bursting with biblical archaeology excavation sites, and flocks of graduate students, professional researchers, and laypeople visit the country every summer to join the demanding but rewarding work of excavation. Some sites, like Tel Shimron, are relatively new, while others, such as Megiddo, boast decades of continual excavation. This map shows a selection of key biblical archaeology sites within the modern borders of Israel. These locations (listed below from south to north, roughly) have proven to be extremely important for understanding the culture of ancient Israel. [Read more…]

What Lent Is Really about—and How We Miss the Point

By Steven Wedgeworth

O Lord, open my lips, and my mouth will declare your praise. For you will not delight in sacrifice, or I would give it; you will not be pleased with a burnt offering. The sacrifices of God are a broken spirit; a broken and contrite heart, O God, you will not despise. (Psalm 51:15–17) [Read more…]

Tremper Longman on the Use & Abuse of Commentaries

Whether you want to know how to read Genesis, understand Old Testament essentials, or preach Proverbs, Old Testament scholar Tremper Longman III will lead the way.

He’ll also spark debate. [Read more…]