3 Strategic Uses for the Oxford Humanities Reference Collection

Incorporate Oxford scholarship into your Bible study
For over 500 years, Oxford University Press has published authoritative works by the world’s leading scholars. With the five-volume Oxford Humanities Reference Collection, you can incorporate that renowned scholarship into your study. And if you pre-order this collection by September 4, you’ll get 56% off.

Here are 3 ways the Oxford Humanities Collection will enhance your study.

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The Best Way to Build a Solid Reformed Library

Build a solid reformed libraryWhether you already own a base package or not, if you have an interest in the Reformed tradition there’s no better way to build a Reformed library than with a Logos 6 base package. The Reformed packages contain great resources that are not found in any other packages.

The Reformed base packages are the only ones to include landmark systematic theologies like those from Muller, Bavinck and Vos. Looking for the collected writings of B.B. Warfield, Charles Hodge, Charles Spurgeon, Augustus Toplady, Thomas Boston, A.W. Pink and much more? Look no further. Plus, Reformed base packages include hundreds of commentaries, pastoral resources, and reference works like the Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary.

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Don’t Miss Your Chance to Save on Scholarship from N.T. Wright


There’s still time to save 24% on all four volumes of N.T. Wright’s Christian Origins and the Question of God, but this deal ends August 31. These works are some of the most important contributions to contemporary New Testament studies—don’t miss this opportunity to add them to your library at a great discount.
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Don’t Underestimate the Importance of Dictionaries

Like any specialized field, theology and biblical studies have developed their own unique vocabularies. That terminology has been refined over thousands of years—and often familiar terms are used in unique ways. For instance, although the terms “dichotomy” and “trichotomy” can be used in a variety of contexts, in theology they have a very distinct meaning—namely, they identify two major views regarding the makeup of human beings. Trichotomists say human beings are comprised of body, soul, and spirit, while dichotomists argue for a two-fold distinction: soul/spirit and body.
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6 Essential Resources for Ministry

ministry collectionPastors, preachers, teachers, and other ministry leaders are constantly looking for ways to be more faithful and effective. One way to do that is by building a solid library. But every library has room to improve. Often, ministers will fill their libraries with respected commentaries, the latest theological resources, solid Bible reference works, and their favorite scholars’ systematic theologies—and that’s wonderful.

But how strong is your lineup of resources specifically written to help you become more effective in ministry?
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The Missing Piece in Your Evangelism


There’s a slew of evangelistic methods out there, but one element is key to their effectiveness: prayer. If prayer is absent from our methodology, we’re missing one of the most essential elements of effective evangelism. But how can we incorporate prayer throughout the evangelistic process? In ED121 Introducing Evangelism, Bobby Conway focuses on the importance of prayer and presents eight ways to pray in order to improve evangelism. Watch this clip to learn how to empower your evangelism through prayer.
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Save on Essential Resources for Text Critical Studies


Text critical study is often elusive for serious bible students. But it shouldn’t be. And with the powerful tools in Logos 6, studying textual criticism is easier than ever. But to get the most out of these powerful features, you need resources specially tagged to power them. That’s why we created the Textual Variants Collection.

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Key Resources for Back-to-School

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The school year is upon us! As a college or seminary student, you need more than highlighters and ballpoint pens. You need resources that can stand the test of time.

The Logos Back-to-School Sale is your perfect opportunity to get those very resources at an incredible discount; up to 49% off in some cases! Today, I’d like to share top resources that will last through seminary and beyond.

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Search for the Commands of Jesus with Logos

find every command of jesus with LogosToday’s post is from Morris Proctor, certified and authorized trainer for Logos Bible Software. Morris, who has trained thousands of Logos users at his two-day Camp Logos seminars, provides many training materials.

We are told, in Matthew 28:20 that part of discipleship is obeying all of Jesus’ commandments. The logical question then is, What did Jesus command? And a follow up inquiry would be How can we locate the commands of Christ in Scripture?

Since the makers of Logos Bible Software have carefully tagged Scripture, we can combine a couple of those tags into one search allowing us to quickly find where Jesus issued a command. First, however, we need a bit of background about the search.
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20 Ways to Use the New Apologetics Collection

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Everyone wants a comprehensive library, but gaps are inevitable. Maybe you’re happy with your selection of commentaries, but your apologetics section could use some love. Or perhaps you have a strong selection of systematic theologies, but haven’t yet gathered a solid lineup of biblical theologies.

Right now, you can get 60% off when you pick up select new collections to round out your library. Biblical theology, apologetics, ministry, preaching, church history—we’ve got you covered. Browse these new collections now and save!

For the new Apologetics collection, we’ve pulled together a solid lineup of resources from a diverse group of top-notch scholars. Here are 20 ways you can use the new Apologetics collection to deepen your study and defend your faith.
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