. Thoughts from Spurgeon, Carson, & More in Your Logos

Thoughts from Spurgeon, Carson, & More in Your Logos

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With collected works in Logos, you bring renowned Christian theologians right into your studies. It’s like having them next to you to say, “Psst, if you don’t mind, I have a thought on that.”

For example, let’s say you’re preparing a sermon on mortification, or on Colossians 3:5ff. You want a fresh way to talk about putting sin to death, and you know some of your favorite authors have a way with words.

Run a simple Basic search using “author:[author name],” select all or individual resources, and hit Enter.

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I did this searching Tozer’s works for mention of “sin,” because I know him to be quite quotable, and I found a wealth of options.

You can also build custom collections to make this process even easier.

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Matthew Boffey

Matthew Boffey (MDiv, Trinity International University) is the pastor of worship at Christ Church Bellingham. He is also editor-in-chief of Ministry Team magazine, has edited several books, and has written for several blogs and publications, including Relevant online, the Logos blog, and the Faithlife blog.

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Written by Matthew Boffey