8 New IVP Books Coming to Logos—and How to Get Them for Less

One made N.T. Wright change his mind on Romans 8; another is now the go-to book on New Testament hymns. Browse these upcoming additions to Logos.

Hang around theological libraries long enough and you’ll see three little letters over and over again on book spines: IVP. [Read more…]

Constantine, Conspiracy, and the Canon

Dan Brown’s bestselling conspiratorial thriller The Da Vinci Code seems like ancient history now. At its peak of popularity, the novel set records both for sales and for irritating scholars with its view that Jesus and the 12 apostles held to gnostic heresies. The book’s bizarre plot focuses on Jesus’ bloodline extending through a child born by Mary Magdalene. Within that narrative, Brown asserts that the New Testament canon was determined by the [Read more…]

Over 50 Authors Featured . . . Who Would You Want to Shape You?

If you’ve ever said, “I’ve been meaning to read more _____ (insert theologian everyone has been reading for decades or centuries),” now’s your chance.

Save 40% or more on collections from over 50 authors.

This is more than a chance to save on important books, it’s an invitation to pattern your thinking after some of the greatest minds of all time. [Read more…]

The Geopolitical Context of the New Testament, in 9 Brief Points

By Mark J. Keown, ThD

At the time of the New Testament, Israel had been an occupied country, at least in part, since the eighth century BC. Its location on the Fertile Crescent meant that anyone seeking to dominate the region had to take control of Israel as it provided a key trade and military link between Europe, Asia Minor, Mesopotamia, and Africa. [Read more…]

Is the Jezreel Valley the Stage for the Final Battle?

It’s been called the “heart” of the promised land—a 141-square-mile triangle in the north-central area of Israel.

Today, the Jezreel Valley is Israel’s breadbasket. A beautiful plain of fertile fields and winding roads, it’s hemmed in by rolling mountains that offer stunning scenic views. [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…]

New Testament Nerds Take Notice

This ain’t your grandmother’s New Testament studies collection.

Currently in Pre-Pub is a dynamic collection of New Testament monographs from T&T Clark, the reputable publisher behind the International Critical Commentary, Barth’s Church Dogmatics, and other important works. [Read more…]

Sitting with Scribes: An Inside Look at Copying Manuscripts (Watch)

Hunched over a table, writing by candlelight, scribes copied God’s Word letter by letter.

What can we know about this ancient craft, highly responsible for the spread of the Bible? [Read more…]

Is the ‘Rock’ Peter, His Confession, or Neither?

But who do you say the Son of Man is? (Matthew 16:15)

Perhaps Jesus’ most famous, pointed question, this marks a turning point in the Gospel of Matthew and is mentioned in Mark and Luke, too.

After Simon Peter answers, “You are the Christ, the Son of the living God” (Matthew 16:16; cf Mark 8:29 and Luke 9:20), Jesus replies: [Read more…]

God Is Closer to You Than Your Own Thoughts

By John Frame

When people philosophize about God, images of his distance often predominate. God is, we say, far from us, in a different realm from the earth in which we live. [Read more…]