Learning Logos: Find Greek Words Translated with an English Word

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A college student contacted me with the following scenario:

I’m taking a homiletics course and need to find the Greek words translated “preach” in the New Testament. How can this be accomplished in Logos?

I love questions like this because the answer is in the Logos wheelhouse! [Read more…]

And the Winner Is . . .

The true and better bundle. The great high champion. The winner once and for all.

Ladies and gentlemen, your Logos March Matchup winning bundle is: [Read more…]

Reading C.S. Lewis More Deeply with the Courses Tool

It’s been said of C.S. Lewis that talking to him and reading his writings were remarkably similar experiences. When he spoke on topics he’d written on, he was so enthusiastic you’d think he was discovering them for the first time.

The C.S. Lewis courses available in Logos invite us to interact with this man by reading his words, and, in a sense, conversing with him. [Read more…]

My Favorite Logos Research Kick-Starter

Since theology is the study of God and all things in relation to God, when it comes to theological research the sheer breadth of resources and topics can be overwhelming. Sometimes I need a little kick-starter to get me going on a new project, and I’m sure I’m not alone in this. [Read more…]

3 Reasons to Study the Biblical Geography of Israel

Israel’s geography is more than side trivia for the events in the Bible—it’s the stage God chose to place the characters of his story.

The narrative unfolds across many different landscapes, from the Mediterranean coastal region to the lower Galilee to the southern desert and beyond. It’s an epic story of God’s kingdom expanding from a garden to the whole known world.

The Bible’s original audience would’ve known these places and regions and why they were important to the story. [Read more…]

The Magi, Astrology, and Epiphany: Deciphering the Star

We three kings of Orient are,

Bearing gifts we traverse afar

Field and fountain, moor and mountain,

Following yonder star.

Oh, star of wonder, star of night,

Star with royal beauty bright.

Westward leading, still proceeding,

Guide us to thy perfect light. [Read more…]

He Will Build a House for My Name

This post is the seventh and last in a series adapted from Anticipating His Arrival, a family Advent devotional by Rick Brannan.  [Read more…]

To Testify about the Light

 

This post is the sixth in a series adapted from Anticipating His Arrival, a family Advent devotional by Rick Brannan. We will be posting one devotional a day through Christmas. [Read more…]

The Mighty One Has Done Great Things for Me

 

This post is the fourth in a series adapted from Anticipating His Arrival, a family Advent devotional by Rick Brannan. We will be posting one devotional a day through Christmas. [Read more…]

6 Books and 1 Movie That Should Make Every Theology Nerd’s Nice List

You might want to save a little room in the Christmas budget for yourself. Right now you can get 50% off select Bible study and theology resources.

Not sure where to start? Here are seven resources loved by folks who love theology. [Read more…]