A Brief Introduction to the Heart of Abraham Kuyper

Last year Lexham Press released a book of daily devotions from the young Abraham Kuyper, Honey from the Rock.

Though most know Kuyper now for his Christian cultural engagement, in his time he was better known for his personal meditations.

George Harinck, professor of history at the Free University of Amsterdam and Theological University of Kampen, writes in his endorsement of the book: [Read more…]

3 Westminster John Knox Bundles 30% Off

With a publishing history dating back to 1838, Westminster John Knox Press (WJK) and its predecessors have faithfully served scholars, students, clergy, and general readers for almost two centuries. [Read more…]

Free in January: Goldingay’s Isaiah for Everyone

January’s free book is here!

This month, go deeper in your study of the book of Isaiah—plus, get two more books for less than $5. [Read more…]

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You don’t have to look very far to see awe problems everywhere around you.

Adultery is an awe problem. To the degree that you forget God’s glory as the Creator of your body and his place as owner of every aspect of your physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual personhood, to that degree it is easier to use the members of your body to get whatever pleasure your heart craves. [Read more…]

Announcing the January Monthly Sale: Up to 50% Off

 

From commentaries to biblical theologies, there’s plenty to browse in the January monthly sale.

What gaps in your library are you looking to fill this year? See if any of the highlights below do the trick, or browse all sale items now. [Read more…]

This Is Probably the Best Time Management Book Ever: Interview with Matt Perman

Matt Perman deserves credit for helping a lot of people do more stuff. But that’s not the point of his book. Matt actually wants to equip you to do stuff that matters. I interviewed Matt recently on his exceptional time management book, What’s Best Next: How the Gospel Transforms the Way You Get Things Done

Speaking personally, this book has been a game-changer for me as I balance family, PhD, work, exercise, artistic endeavors, ministry, sleep, really everything that goes into every single day to make it worthwhile. And, I know I’m not alone in that level of busyness. Enjoy the interview, and I encourage you to get your (digital) hands on this book now early in the New Year (or get a copy for your loved ones; they will thank you).

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Choose Your Free Bible Study Starter Packs

Yesterday we posted about ways to kickstart your yearly Bible study goals.

Today, we’re back with another of a different kind: free Bible study starter packs.

We all come into the new year with different goals. Some of us just want to finally nail down a habit of Bible reading, while others have loftier goals, like learning (or relearning) Greek and Hebrew. [Read more…]

How Do You Want to Grow Spiritually in 2019?

How do you want to grow in your faith, studies, or ministry this year?

If you’re like most Christians, you fall into at least one of these four groups:

  • You want to read the Bible more consistently
  • You want to explore God’s Word more deeply
  • You want a new theological challenge
  • You want to grow as a leader

To kick off the new year, we’ve handpicked resources for each of those goals and put them on sale. [Read more…]

Ending in Hours: Chance to Save over $100 on Logos 8

Our Christmas sale ends at midnight tonight and with it a rare stack of Logos 8 bonuses.

Unlock the following perks when you buy or upgrade to Logos 8 by midnight: [Read more…]

The Top 10 Posts of 2018

As 2018 comes to a close, we first want to thank you for being a Logos Talk reader. We hope the blog has educated and equipped you this year, and we look forward to more of that in 2019.

And now, here are 2018’s most-read posts.

Together we learned a lot about angels, language, and using Logos, and also remembered the legacy of the great evangelist Billy Graham. [Read more…]