You Don’t Know Romans if You Don’t Know Rhetoric

To fully understand Romans, you not only need to understand the social history of the book but also rhetoric—the ancient art of persuasion.

In A Socio-Rhetorical Commentary on Paul’s Letter to the Romans (10 hour course), Dr. Ben Witherington III provides a socio-rhetorical analysis of Paul’s letter to the Romans. Considered one of the top evangelical scholars in the world, Dr. Witherington examines the social setting of Paul’s writing and explores the culture of first-century Rome to reveal the specific issues Paul’s Roman audience was facing. [Read more…]

Classic Revival Sermons, Hymns, Memoirs, and More

 

George Whitefield was perhaps the most famous preacher of the eighteenth century—and for good reason. He fearlessly and tirelessly preached an unashamed gospel through a life completely consecrated to God. He was renowned for his powerful oratory, leaving massive crowds mesmerized, and it’s estimated he preached well over 15,000 times to millions and millions of people in America and the UK. [Read more…]

Unparalleled in Our Times: Save on Renowned Commentary Set

Albert Mohler, Jr., president of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, says The MacArthur New Testament Commentary series is “nothing less than a library of faithful exegesis and exposition” that is “unparalleled in our times.”

And this month only, you can get the complete set of The MacArthur New Testament Commentary series (33 vols.) for 35% off. Already own volumes in this series? Dynamic Pricing customers have a rare opportunity to snag the entire set at an even deeper discount—you’ll get the best deal possible without paying for the same volume twice.

From beloved and respected Bible scholar and preacher John MacArthur, The MacArthur New Testament Commentary series continues to be one of today’s top-selling commentary collections. Each volume:

  • Gives a verse-by-verse analysis in context
  • Provides rigorous exegesis of the New Testament
  • Addresses key theological themes and issues in the biblical text
  • Illuminates the biblical text in practical and relevant ways
  • Provides points of application for passages

And in the Logos editions, these volumes are enhanced by amazing functionality. Important terms link to dictionaries, encyclopedias, and a wealth of other resources in your digital library. Perform powerful searches to find exactly what you’re looking for, and take the discussion with you using tablet and mobile apps.

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Know Your Faith, Engage Your World, Confidently Defend Truth

The history and heritage of Christianity. Creeds and their critical role in the formation of the Church leading up to today. Bible versions and their dependability. Answering those who say Christianity is for fools and has no answers for the intellectual mind.

These are vitally important areas of Christian thought and knowledge, and exploring them helps you become more confident in your faith. The newest releases from Lexham Press answer questions about these topics to equip you to know your faith, better engage your world, and confidently defend what you know is true. [Read more…]

Enhance Your Study of the Spirit-Filled Life—and Save Two Ways

Christianity was never meant to be dull, lifeless, or the mere accumulation of knowledge about God and the Bible. It was designed to be a joyful and vibrant experience through the transforming power of the Holy Spirit.

Your Logos library should reflect this as well. And for those desiring a deeper Spirit-filled experience, the Logos Pentecostal and Charismatic library has been curated to help empower your life and ministry with a vibrant spiritual life—and help others do the same. [Read more…]

4 Great Reasons to Pre-order Jacob Neusner

If you’re not familiar with Jacob Neusner, right now is a great time to add the Jacob Neusner Jewish Studies Bundle (99 vols.) to your library and get to know this prolific scholar and author, especially while it’s on Pre-Pub. Here are four reasons to pre-order this bundle now:

1. Learn from the most published academic—ever

Jacob Neusner was one of the highest regarded scholars of Judaism of all time. In fact, he was the creator of modern Jewish studies, transforming the way we think and learn about Judaism by applying academic methods to the various texts. He authored over 1,000 books—and that’s not including his translations. Plus, most of his work was published by academic publishers such as Yale University Press and Brill. These works have a broad range, from the Talmud to analyses of western Judaism and the Holocaust. [Read more…]

Last Chance: 30% off Select Zondervan Commentaries Ends Saturday

Time’s running out to save 30% on top Zondervan resources in June’s Publisher Spotlight! Zondervan resources rarely go on sale, so get these deals while they’re here. They’re all 30% off until Sunday. [Read more…]

Know What You Believe about Baptism

Baptism is a hotly contested topic in the Christian faith. It’s not about whether you sprinkle or dunk. It’s not even about whether you baptize children of believers or believers only. Christians continue to debate what the sacrament of baptism actually symbolizes. Is it a sign of the covenant, or is it a seal? Or is it simply a memorial of God’s salvific work? [Read more…]

3 Reasons to Study Heresy

This video is excerpted from the Mobile Ed course History of Heresies, in which Dr. Michael Bird examines the missteps of theologians from the beginning of the Christian faith.

The 7-hour course, on Pre-Pub until June 25, will give you even more reasons to study the history of heresy. After taking the course, you’ll be able to: [Read more…]

Last Chance to Get 3 WBC Commentaries for Less Than $15!

Time’s running out to get Ecclesiastes, from the Word Bible Commentary series, for free.

Every volume in the Word Biblical Commentary delivers the best in biblical scholarship, from the leading scholars of our day who share a commitment to Scripture as divine revelation. And author Roland Murphy’s commentary on Ecclesiastes is no exception, delving into this sometimes perplexing book and studying its textual history, historical and sociological context, and place in Israel’s wisdom tradition. [Read more…]