On Writing Commentaries: Interview with Dr. Rod Mattoon

Dr. Rod Mattoon (DMin, Bethany Theological Seminary) is the author of Treasures from the Scriptures (65 vols.), a massive exposition on almost the entire Bible. He has been preaching since 1972 and has served as a senior pastor since 1991. In this interview, he shares about his commentary project, his favorite insight from the entire collection, and the book of the Bible hardest to understand without a commentary. [Read more…]

Turn Your TV into a Discipleship Tool

Turn your TV into a discipleship tool in your home. Check out these five videos—all available through Faithlife TV. [Read more…]

3 Collections You Don’t Want to Miss

For over 100 years, Eerdmans has published resources deeply rooted in rigorous biblical scholarship, the Church, and historic Christian tradition. Many of their works have become bestselling academic standards and are used in seminaries worldwide.

Now you can save up to 30% on their top resources in this month’s Publisher Spotlight. Check out these featured works, and don’t miss all the resources you can save on during the Publisher Spotlight on Eerdmans. [Read more…]

Biggest Deal Ever on Logos 7—and More Back-to-School Savings

Back-to-school season is here again, and that means a huge sale to help you grow in your studies! Whether or not you’re heading back to school, now’s your chance to benefit from these great deals.

First, base packages are 25% off—the biggest sale ever on Logos 7! There’s never been a better time pick up great resources and features to your Bible study. Plus, if you already own a Logos base package, you qualify for Dynamic Pricing, meaning you only pay for what’s new to you. [Read more…]

Learn How to Study Your Bible with Mobile Audio Courses

We all want more out of our time in Scripture—more insights, more wisdom, and more clarity. That’s why it’s important to never stop learning how to study your Bible.

Dr. Darrell Bock, one of the world’s foremost biblical scholars, has distilled his decades of research and teaching experience into a single audio course on how to study your Bible with Logos. And for just a few more days, Mobile Ed: BI100 Learn to Study the Bible (audio) is 25% off along with many other Mobile Ed audio courses. [Read more…]

3 Reasons to Add a Pentecostal & Charismatic Base Package to Your Library

Great preachers and teachers reside in every tradition, whether Anglican, Baptist, Methodist, Lutheran, or any other denomination.  

Regardless of your specific tradition, the Logos Pentecostal and Charismatic base package can give you a wealth of insights with rich resources designed for a vibrant, Spirit-filled life. [Read more…]

Bible Study Magazine Goes Digital

The digital edition of Bible Study Magazine is here!

For a limited time, you can get the print and digital bundle of Bible Study Magazine for just $27.99—a 30% savings. [Read more…]

Wiser Than the Greatest Wisdom: 1 Corinthians 1:10–25 Explained

Even seasoned theologians are challenged with certain passages in the Bible.

The Logos Tough Topics 2018 Bundle was created knowing you might be, too. In this bundle, five leading theologians break down their seminary-level courses to help you untangle some of these perplexing passages. [Read more…]

Work Smarter, Not Harder with the J.D. Greear Sermon Archive

J.D. Greear, pastor of Summit Church in Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina, is now the youngest president of the Southern Baptist Convention in nearly a quarter of a century. Additionally, Greear served for several years as a missionary with the International Mission Board in Southeast Asia and has produced a number of resources concerning missionary work among predominantly Muslim countries. [Read more…]

How to Do Bible Word Studies: A Fool-Proof Guide

how to do a bible word study

Word studies are a treasure trove . . . and a mine field. Somehow you have to weave through the dangers to get the treasures. Think for a moment: if you were about to enter such a field, what would you want to know about first? The gold or the bombs?

I’d want to know about the treasures first: do they make it worthwhile to even bother learning about the dangers? And then I’d want a detailed accounting of the dangers—so I can live to enjoy the good stuff.

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