Sixteen authors went head to head in round three; eight emerged victorious, and eight were sent packing. This was a round of upsets, as three of the eliminated contenders were juggernauts G.K Chesterton, Charles Spurgeon, and D.L. Moody. But don’t let their defeat fool you—the writings of these theologians pack a wallop and you can get their select works for 40% off! Here are a few titles you don’t want to miss, plus a hint on how to get all 11 volumes of the G.K. Chesterton Collection for less than the collection price.
Round 3 is over and only eight authors are still in contention for the title of Logos March Madness Champion. N.T. Wright, Craig Evans, and Dietrich Bonhoeffer highlight this group of battle-tested authors vying for a spot in round 5. And with savings of 45% or more on the line, it’s time to vote for your favorite authors.
The amount of writing and speaking Charles Spurgeon amassed during his lifetime is truly staggering. Though he only wrote two formal commentaries, his thoughts and comments touch on every book of the Bible. In fact, his sermons were filled with biblical content, something he called “Bibline.” He told his students, “Saturate your sermons with Bibline, the essence of Bible truth.” Whether he was reading and commenting on Scripture as part of formal biblical exposition or just referencing or alluding to Scripture when delivering a topical sermon, his words were filled with Bibline.
Sixteen authors are still duking it out in a theological brawl that’s full of surprises—including the defeat of theological all-stars Walt Brueggemann, Ben Witherington, and Karl Barth. But these beloved authors are still worth celebrating—that’s why you can get their select works for 35% off! Here are a few don’t-miss works from each of them, plus a hint on how to get the entirety of Karl Barth’s Church Dogmatics for less than the price of the collection.
I recently blogged about highlighting and note files which generated a few questions like this:
How can I highlight text in one Bible and have those highlights show up in other Bibles?
Until recently that ability didn’t exist, but you’ll be happy to know it’s currently available in Logos Now That feature, Corresponding Notes and Highlights, works like this:
There are plenty of kids shows out there, but precious few that plunge deep into God’s Word . . . without boring kids to death.
Faithlife has helped grownups understand the Bible for decades with Logos Bible Software. Now, we want to help your kids grasp the truths of the Word with Bible Sounds. Bible Sounds is a new kids show that combines the depth you expect from the creators of Logos Bible Software with music and zany humor that keeps kids enthralled.
Jerry Bridges, the author of more than a dozen books on discipleship and Christian living, passed away this week. The outpouring of love from the Christian blogosphere has been tremendous. Evangelical leaders are celebrating the legacy of a Christian who humbly demonstrated the power of grace-fueled spiritual discipline.
Here’s a roundup of articles celebrating Bridges, and a selection of quotes for you to share in his memory. (Simply hover over the images below to reveal sharing options.)
One fine South Carolina day my little family was driving down the road listening to the radio, and on came “Rudy Mancke’s Nature Notes,” a delightful little minute-long feature by a local naturalist who talks about flora and fauna in the Palmetto State. And I got a lesson for New Testament exegesis out of it. And you can, too.
A Nature Notes listener had written in for information on the Latin name for a dead shrimp found “lying against some of the pluff mud” on the Charleston coast. Our two-year-old immediately piped up from her carseat, informing us all with deep conviction, “Lying is bad!”
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Dozens of authors are going mano a mano in a last-man-standing competition for your votes. That’s right: Logos March Madness is here!
Who will be sent home packing and who will ultimately emerge victorious? With the retirement of three-time LMM champion D.A. Carson, it could be anyone’s game.
You only have until 3 p.m. (PT) tomorrow to cast your round-one vote. But should your first-round picks suffer the humiliation of defeat, fret not! Selected works by the eliminated authors will go on sale two hours after round one ends.