3 Days Left to Save up to 70% on Mobile Ed

This is it: there are just three days left to save up to 70% on courses from N.T. Wright, Wayne Grudem, Douglas Moo, and other trusted Christian scholars. If you’ve been waiting to pick you favorites, don’t wait any longer. You only have until Friday at midnight to save. Find a deal while you still can.

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How to Get a Free Download of Logos Bible Software

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There are lots of different resources to help you study the Bible, from commentaries and concordances to devotionals and dictionaries. But by far the most powerful is Bible software. Wouldn’t it be great if you could get a free Bible software download?

You can. For over 25 years, Logos Bible Software has been the preferred way pastors, theologians, and other serious students of the Word have dug into Scripture.

Now, thanks to Logos 7 Basic, you can get a free download of Logos Bible Software.

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Download a Free John Frame Book This Month Only

He’s one of the most influential living Christian philosophers and theologians. And this month only you can get a foundational theological work from John Frame for free.

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Video: Wayne Grudem Responds to His Critics

Last summer, a theological debate exploded across the internet on a subject many would have thought was settled all the way back at the Council of Nicaea: the Trinity.

No one was arguing for a fundamental reinterpretation of this historic Christian belief. Instead, theologians and bloggers were arguing about the nature of the relationships within the Trinity.

All parties agreed that during his time on earth, the Son of God was subordinate to the Father. But what about prior to the incarnation? Is the Son of God eternally subordinate to the Father? [Read more…]

5 Deals from P&R Publishing Available This Month Only

This month we’re shining the spotlight on P&R Publishing. For the next 30 days you can save 30% on some of this beloved Reformed publisher’s most popular titles! Here’s a rundown of what’s on sale:

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Save 70% on This Bundle of 5 Fascinating Mobile Ed Courses

Some of the most challenging issues in biblical studies and theology are also the most rewarding. To help you tackle the doctrines and passages that have challenged theologians over the centuries, we’ve pulled together five essential courses by scholars like Michael Heiser, Craig Keener, and Peter Leithart.

You can get this bundle for 70% off until June 16. Don’t miss your chance to dig into these fascinating topics with help from the experts.

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Master Tough Topics & Save up to 70% on Mobile Ed

When it comes to the Bible, we can’t give in to fuzzy logic. We need the courage to have conviction; we can’t shy away from the perplexing passages or tough topics.

To help you tackle the tough stuff, we’ve hand-picked some of Mobile Ed’s most popular courses from trusted Christian scholars—and put them on sale for up to 70% off.

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Watch Archaeology & Jesus with Your Church for Free!

For years, skeptical scholars claimed that the gospel accounts of Jesus’ burial could not be trusted. Why? For one, claimed the skeptics, Roman authorities would never allow a victim of crucifixion to receive the honorific burial described by Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. Instead, crucifixion victims were literally thrown to the dogs, their bodies tossed into mass graves where wild animals scavenged.

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Solving the Puzzle of Hebrews: An Interview with David de Silva

John Calvin loved the book of Hebrews. “There is indeed, no book in Holy Scripture which . . . so fully explains that Christ is the end of the Law,” said the great Reformer. But it’s that very connection to the Old Testament that makes the epistle so perplexing to the modern Christian. The only New Testament book to quote the Old Testament more is the Gospel of Matthew; its many references to Old Testament prophecies and commandments can be difficult enough to untangle. But Hebrews’ focus on the complex rituals of priesthood and tabernacle present an even greater challenge.

Combine this with the letter’s ambiguous authorship and warnings of apostasy, and we’re left with an intimidating interpretive puzzle. To learn how to put those pieces together, I spoke with New Testament scholar Dr. David de Silva, whose new Mobile Ed course, Exegetical Study: Letter to the Hebrews, is currently available on Community Pricing.

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Stream a Brand New Luther Doc on Faithlife TV Now!

Stream the new film that gives you an inside look at one of the most important figures in church history. Stephen McCaskell’s original documentary combines beautiful animation, powerful storytelling, and riveting interviews with scholars and pastors to explore the life and legacy of the great Reformer Martin Luther.

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