The Perfect Starting Point for Your Next In-Depth Study

Introductions_ZondervanFor a limited time, you can combine Dynamic Pricing with sale prices on all collections from Zondervan and Thomas Nelson! That includes some of the most important theological and biblical works out there—like Word Biblical Commentary, volumes by John MacArthur, and new classics like Bill Mounce’s three-volume Basics of Biblical Greek! With so many great choices, it’s hard to know where to start. That’s why we’ve put together the Zondervan/Thomas Nelson Product Guide—your handbook for choosing essential Zondervan and Thomas Nelson resources. Here’s today’s featured resource.

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Why This Logos 6 Customer Subscribes to Logos Cloud (and Maybe You Should Too)

 

Why One Logos 6 User Subscribes to Logos Cloud (And Maybe You Should Too)

When Faithlife set out 23 years ago, it’s mission was to serve the church by making the best Bible study resources accessible around the world.

That mission hasn’t changed.

Faithlife is now one step closer to fulfilling that mission. With the launch of Logos Cloud, powerful, affordable, subscription-based Bible study software is now more accessible to everyone who is serious about growing in God’s Word.

We built Logos Cloud with new users in mind—those who don’t currently own a Logos 6 base package—but we’ve found that some of our most loyal Logos power-users are finding value in Logos Cloud as well. 

One of those power-users is Nathan Parker.

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The Transformative Word Series Has Transformed!

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When Lexham Press first announced the Transformative Word series, we were excited to bring you a series that told the story of the Bible from diverse perspectives. Unique cultural viewpoints can help draw out scriptural truth that might otherwise have been missed, and the Transformative Word series illuminates these perspectives.
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Get Help Learning Greek on Your Own

LogosPro_blogNot everyone who wants to dig into Greek enjoys the privilege of having a teacher. And even if you have one, you may find yourself struggling to retrieve certain Greek skills from your brain’s cluttered archives during a three-semester gap between classes.

Whether you’re trying to remember Greek lessons from the past, or you’ve never set foot in a Greek classroom, Logos has some tools that can help you. Let one of my fellow Logos Pros whet your appetite in this quick video, and then stick around—I’ll explain a few more things that might be helpful:
 
 
 

Learning Biblical Greek with Logos

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How Cultural Context Makes Bible Stories Come Alive

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When I read the New Testament, sometimes I feel like a director who has just been handed an unfinished screenplay. The dialogue and descriptions are scarce. The characters are doing things that don’t make sense. The story isn’t cohesive. The ending is bizarre.

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What’s New in Logos Now 6.6

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With a Logos Now membership, you gain access to new and improved features, datasets, and media as soon as we make them. Instead of waiting for the next major release of Logos, get access to the latest tools and data today.

Every six weeks, we roll out new updates, features, datasets, tools, and more to Logos Now subscribers. It’s easy to get started with Logos Now—you can even get your first month free.

Here’s what’s new in Logos Now 6.6.
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4 Reasons to Put PowerPoint Aside and Try Proclaim

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When PowerPoint was released back in 1990 it revolutionized the presentation scene, and as a result became quite popular in the church. While PowerPoint may work in the church setting, there are simply too many things it can’t do. 

Here are 4 reasons why you should put PowerPoint aside next service, and try Proclaim:

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Keep Track of Your Bible Study Notes with Logos

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You get up early, you carve out time for Bible study, and you have an insight as you read. But reader beware: if you don’t write that insight down, you didn’t really have it. It had you. And it dropped you, perhaps never to pick you up again. Unless you have a steel-trap memory, you need to take notes.

I’ve been taking Bible study notes in various ways for almost 20 years. I also have hundreds of pages of sermon notes from world-class expository sermons. The first several years of those Bible and sermon notes were taken on a trusted, lasting technology called “paper.” But not long after Y2K I got a brand new, shiny Palm Pilot, and my note-taking habits changed forever. Since then, all my notes have been taken electronically, including many of them in Logos Bible Software.
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Save 50% on Moo, Bock, and Witherington

Save 50% on Moo, Bock, and Witherington
This is your chance to save 15% on every individual course and collection in our Mobile Ed catalogue—and 50% off the Mobile Ed: Essentials Bundle. If you’ve ever wanted to take a seminary-level course on Apologetics, Biblical Interpretation, Church History, Communication, Counseling, Cultural Studies, Education, Language, Leadership Development, Missions, New Testament, Old Testament, Pastoral Care, Personal & Professional Development, or Theology, now is the time!

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The Reviews Are in: The Unseen Realm is “Thrilling” and “Insightful”

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The first reviews of The Unseen Realm have been posted and the consensus is overwhelmingly positive. People are raving about the astounding insights found in the book and the accessibility of the writing. Laymen and academics alike have shared their thoughts about The Unseen Realm and we’d like to share a couple of links where it’s being discussed.

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