Free Ebook: Stress-Free Tips for Getting Started with Digital Bible Study

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It was a little less than 600 years ago when a German goldsmith transformed the way we experience the Bible.

Gutenberg’s printing press put the Bible in the hands of Christians who never had access to it before, and it kicked off a revolution in Bible study.

Now, with Bible software and other digital study tools becoming increasingly common, we’re in the midst of another shift in the way Christians engage with God’s Word.

But getting started with Bible software can be intimidating. That’s why Dr. Mark Ward wrote a new book: to help you discover ways you can use digital tools in your study today. (And now that you can get a free version of Logos Bible Software, getting started has never been simpler.)

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Track When & Where You Preached That Sermon with the Sermon Editor

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Someone once said, If a sermon is worth preaching once, then it’s worth preaching again. May I quickly add, though, Probably not in the same church.  At least not in the same year!

To help prevent sermon repetition and perhaps an embarrassing situation, the Sermon Editor in the recently released Logos 7.4, contains 2 additional fields for keeping track of when and where we deliver messages.

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Discovering Your “True Self” in Christ

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Reading a Daniel Bush book is always a delight! —Steve Brown

undefended_pdpDiscover the beautiful truth that Steve Brown and so many others have found at the core of Daniel Bush’s writing. His new book, Undefended, is born from Bush’s personal experiences as a pastor and counselor and all the difficulties and challenges that he faced in those ministries. Writing from a Gospel-centered and grace-driven perspective, he draws on stories from the Bible, history, and his own life to help bring spiritual awakening to the reader’s own life.

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Why the International Critical Commentary Belongs in Every Library

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The International Critical Commentary has long held a special place among works on the Bible. It brings together everything you need for responsible exegesis; linguistic, textual, archaeological, historical, literary, and theological issues are all covered in depth. And it does it with an eye for scholarly detail that’s hard to find in other series. Right now, you can get the complete series for 30% off the regular price!

Here are three reasons it belongs in every library.

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Introducing Lexham Classics: A New Way to Read the Best of Our Christian Heritage

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We are greatly blessed to live in a time when so many riches from the past are made available to us. Books that cross the centuries and the continents are becoming available to the average reader for the first time.

We here at Lexham Press are hoping to do our part to bring the best of our Christian heritage to modern readers with a new series: Lexham Classics.

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Spark Your Kids’ Curiosity for the Bible with This New Cartoon from Faithlife

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Being a parent is tough. Finding entertainment for our children that is truly meaningful is even tougher. As Christians, we want to go a step further than “safe and family-friendly.” We want something that captivates them, engages their curiosity, and focuses their attention on what will continue to deliver meaning for the rest of their lives: the Bible.

That’s why we’re making a cartoon for early-elementary aged children that’s designed to spark their curiosity about God’s Word. That’s why we’re making Bible Agent 7!

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February Deals Are Here: Save up to 60% on over 50 Resources!

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This month, save up to 60% on over 50 titles including introductions to the works of C.S. Lewis and N.T. Wright, commentaries and outlines perfect for preaching, ministry resources, historical works, and more. See all February deals now.

Here are five deals you won’t want to miss:

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The Ancient’s Guide to the Galaxy: How the Israelites Viewed God and the Universe

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God chose a specific time, place, and culture to inspire people to produce what we read in the Old Testament: the ancient Mediterranean and the ancient Near East of the second and first millennia b.c. Understanding the worldview of this culture can lead to more faithful understandings of Scripture on our part, especially when it comes to understanding how the Israelites viewed God and the universe.

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This Month Only: Save on the ICC, Karl Barth, John Owen & More!

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Throughout February you can get 30% off bestselling resources from publisher T&T Clark. Here are three deals you don’t want to miss.

  • The Works of John Owen: One of the most influential theologians of Puritan England, John Owen was a voluminous writer, composing numerous theological treatises, meditations, discourses, and sermons. This collection includes his English and Latin works—perfect for research in Owen’s original writings—as well as his nearly 4,000-page commentary on Hebrews. Get it for 30% off this month only.
  • The International Critical Commentary: This celebrated commentary brings together all the relevant aids to exegesis: linguistic and textual, archaeological, historical, literary, and theological, with a comprehensiveness and quality of scholarship celebrated by scholars and theologians everywhere. Get it for 30% off now!

There are even more resources from T&T Clark available for 30% off for a limited time. See them all now.

Get a Free Book on Christian Discipleship by N.T. Wright!

blogimage620x324-1What does it mean for modern Christians to drop everything, take up their cross, and follow Jesus? In Following Jesus: Biblical Reflections on Christian Discipleship, this month’s free book, New Testament scholar N.T. Wright explores these and other insightful questions.

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