Get Isaiah for Everyone—Free until Jan. 31

Isaiah is a notoriously difficult book to study and teach, not only for its length (66 chapters) but also because of the challenge of unraveling Old Testament prophecy for modern hearers.

Dive into the depths of Isaiah with January’s free book, Isaiah for Everyone, by John Goldingay—without getting overwhelmed. [Read more…]

Haddon Robinson on the 2 Essential Elements of Preaching

Some time ago I went to church—I go to church regularly—and on this particular Sunday I did not have any responsibilities (i.e., I didn’t have to preach, I didn’t have to read the Scriptures). I had some friends who went with me. They were folks who, if you were taking a religious survey, would check “churchgoer occasionally.” One of these friends said that, when he [Read more…]

The Difference Between Textual Criticism and Translation

Textual criticism can explain some of the differences people notice between their English translations, such as the omission of “who walk not after the flesh, but after the Spirit” in the NIV of Romans 8:1 (compare Romans 8:1 in the KJV).

However, many variations in translations are not text critical in nature; instead, they reflect the translation techniques and the decisions of translation committees. [Read more…]

Last Days to Save 40% in the New Year’s Sale

The Logos New Year’s sale ends January 31 and with it a chance to save 40% on books and resources.

And since many of the resources are bundled—which means bundled savings is already applied—40% off means an extra layer of savings.

Shop the sale now, starting with these highlights. [Read more…]

Beauty in the Eye of God

In The Beauty of the Lord, Jonathan King restores aesthetics as not merely a valid lens for theological reflection, but an essential one. Jesus, our incarnate Redeemer, displays the Triune God’s beauty in his actions and person, from creation to final consummation. How can and should theology better reflect this unveiled beauty? [Read more…]

How Christian Love Stirred King’s Nonviolence

Today we honor and remember Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Though best known as a civil rights activist, he was first a minister, his faith motivating his zeal and commitment to social justice.

You can explore King’s life, theology, and activism in Martin Luther King Jr. for Armchair Theologians, part of the Armchair Theologians Series (13 vols.).

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What Is Textual Criticism, and Why Is It Necessary?

The Bible was written at a time when the means for sharing documents were far different from the technology we have today. [Read more…]

5 Recommended Resources from the Logos New Year Sale

January brings new opportunities to learn something new or refocus your Bible study.

To help you make the most of this new year, check out the Logos New Year sale and save 40% on dozens of products including these five: [Read more…]

Every Logos Sale Happening Now, in One Post

From free books to discounts on Logos 8, here’s everything that’s free and on sale this month on Logos.com, Faithlife Connect, and Faithlife Ebooks.

Free books

  • Awe, by Paul David Tripp

At the links above you’ll also find books for $2–$4, including two popular Old and New Testament exegesis books. [Read more…]

Worship Is Not Just Wonder; It Is Thankfulness

O Lord, our Lord,
how majestic is your name in all the earth!
You have set your glory above the heavens.
Out of the mouth of babies and infants,
you have established strength because of your foes,
to still the enemy and the avenger. [Read more…]