FREE: The Inaugural Issue of a Celebrated Theological Journal

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Examine the most pressing issues in biblical studies and interpretation with one of evangelicalism’s preeminent periodicals, the Bulletin for Biblical Research. You can get the first volume of this trusted theological resource for FREE during the month of January. Get it now!

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Engaging the Culture in the New Year: An Interview with Russell Moore

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As we emerge from a political season that exposed the cultural divides of our country, American Christians may feel the temptation to retreat from the public square. But now more than ever, a truthful, winsome, and loving Christian witness is essential.

We sat down with Russell Moore, president of the Southern Baptist Convention’s Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission, to discuss how pastors, ministry leaders, and parents can navigate a complex (and morally hazardous) cultural and technological landscape.

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Learn from Top Scholars with the New Logos Mobile Ed Subscription

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Learn from top Christian scholars anytime, anywhere with the new Mobile Ed subscription! Now you can get full access to select Mobile Ed courses for a low monthly price—or start an annual subscription to save even more. 

Every quarter, we’ll release a new batch of Mobile Ed courses to our subscribers. From January 1—March 31, enjoy access to over 50 hours of Mobile Ed for the low price of $49.99 per month! Or save $100 when you start an annual subscription.

Right now you can enjoy 11 Mobile Ed courses from Michael W. Goheen, Craig Keener, Stephen Arteburn, David W. Baker, and more. The Mobile Ed Subscription offers the flexibility to view the courses at your own pace anytime, anywhere.

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Why Were Mary and Joseph Amazed by Simeon’s Words?

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According to Luke 2:22, a few weeks after Jesus’ birth, Joseph and Mary presented him at the temple according to the Law of Moses. While there, Simeon uttered some very profound words regarding Jesus. Then Luke 2:33 states: And his father and mother were amazed at the things which were being said about him (NASB).

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Last Day to Save up to 75%!

This is it: your last chance to save on some of the biggest deals of the year. Our Christmas sale is coming to a close at midnight tonight. Act now to save up to 75% on resources from Karl Barth, Tim Keller, D.A. Carson, Charles Spurgeon, and more!

Here are just a few highlights you don’t want to pass up.

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A Global Message and a Personal God: Understanding the Book of Daniel

danielThe fiery furnace and the lions’ den; a disembodied hand writing on the wall; four ghoulish beasts rising out of a churning sea; the Ancient of Days and a flaming throne with 10,000 angels around it.

The book of Daniel is an attention-grabber with its compelling stories and shocking visions of the future. If all this weren’t enough, the book also features God-fearing characters who provide shining examples of how to live in a culture that opposes exclusive faith in God. It is no wonder that the book of Daniel is a favorite of so many people.

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3 Days Left to Save on Barth, Spurgeon, Anchor Yale Bible, & More

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Stock up for the new year with savings on resources that will help you uncover the wonder of the Word. This Christmas season, we’ve been featuring great deals on resources by some of our most popular authors.

Christmas may have come and gone, but you still have a few days left to save—but not very many! Christmas deals disappear on December 31 at 11:59 p.m.

Here are five deals from celebrated authors and teachers you don’t want to miss.

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Last Chance to Get Two Books on Psalms & Proverbs for under $2!

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Psalms and Proverbs are wells of refreshment and spiritual encouragement for Christians. Few biblical books include so many memorable passages or deliver such penetrating spiritual insight in just a few poetic lines.

But learning to properly read and interpret these books isn’t as straightforward as it seems. In fact, the beauty of their language and the familiarity of their content can lead us into any number of interpretive pitfalls: cherry-picking verses, interpreting out of context, or ignoring their place within the canon and the trajectory of redemptive history.

What’s more, a closer look at those familiar passages (“Though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death”; “Blessed is the man who does not walk with the wicked”; take your pick . . .) can yield far more powerful discoveries than a cursory glance could ever afford.

But to to truly uncover the riches these familiar books, we must do something more radical than simply spending more time with them, or reading yet another commentary passage.

We need to go back to the beginning. We need to learn again how to read them.

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December Deals You Shouldn’t Miss

Get Great Deals This December

December’s monthly sale ends soon—if you’ve been waiting to shop the deals, don’t wait any longer. And if you’re not sure where to start, check out the four biggest savings:

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Mobile Ed’s 3 Favorite Things from 2016

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From the launch of our free Mobile Ed Activities resource to debuting a new subscription that lets you share the entire Mobile Ed video catalog with your entire church, and producing The Gospel Message in the Early Church (an exclusive Mobile Ed course for Logos 7 libraries), Mobile Ed has had a very busy and exciting year!

Learn more about our 3 favorite things from 2016.

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