Why Archaeology Makes Faith Less ‘Blind’

Biblical archaeology is archaeology focused on the ancient Near East. It includes places like modern-day Israel, Jordan, Syria, Turkey, Egypt, Iraq, and Iran from 1,400 BC through the first century AD. 

And though students of the Bible often overlook archaeology, it’s one of our most significant partners in Bible study—a witness to the events, culture, and people in the Bible’s stories.  [Read more…]

Massive Tomes. Bigger Savings.

Announcing the IVP sale: up to 30% off major collections this month only.

As we wrote in a different post, IVP is one of those names. Those names in biblical studies everyone knows. [Read more…]

Here’s $200 Toward a Logos Library

If you’ve never owned Logos before, now is the time to experience how powerful and simple it makes deep Bible study. 

For a limited time, first-time Logos package buyers get:  [Read more…]

Was $400, Now $100: Flash Sale on Boice Commentary Set

“Of all that I’ve seen, this commentary probably provides the best direct help for preaching on the Psalms. Boice has written a well-crafted, easily understood commentary that provides good historical background and thoughtful suggestions for illustration.”

— Minister’s Packet (April/May 1999), on the Psalms volume [Read more…]

Free Course + 2 More for 80% Off

“Clarity of Scripture” means the Bible is not a puzzle to unscramble but is clear enough for people to understand, believe, and follow. [Read more…]

Unyielding Literalism: You Reap What You Sow

The Garden of Eden with the Fall of Man, Peter Paul Rubens (1577–1640) and Jen Brueghel the Elder (1568–1625)

I mentioned in an earlier post that I’m exposed to more than my fair share of interpretive incoherence because I’m known on the Internet for my paranormal fiction and for blogging on strange things people believe about the Bible and the ancient world. But that earlier [post] was about how historical circumstances produced challenges to biblical veracity and authority. Unfortunately, sometimes Bible believers have no one but themselves to blame for making the content of Scripture seem utterly absurd. [Read more…]

Free John Frame Course Available Now—Plus Excerpt from Theology of Genesis

This month’s free book isn’t a book—it’s a course by the esteemed professor John Frame.

And along with that generous offer, two other courses are over 80% off: [Read more…]

Why I’m Using Logos to Learn Greek—and Loving It

This may come as a surprise to some, but it’s possible to finish a seminary MA and a PhD in theology without ever learning Greek, and I am living proof of this.

My programs of study were specialized enough that the need never arose (and it was never required). But now that my schooling is over and I want to continue learning, I decided that the time to learn Greek has come. [Read more…]

2 Ways Jesus Is the Word of God: Revelation and Logos

There are at least two senses in Scripture in which Jesus is the word of God. Though related, one has to do with the idea of revelation, and the other with the Greek word logos. [Read more…]

Announcing This Month’s Discounted Publisher: Logos Mobile Ed

Why not tackle a new theology subject this summer, or gain new ministry skills and insights—and earn a certificate while you do?

All while learning from some of the most esteemed scholars in Christian academia. [Read more…]