Embrace Wisdom from the Past in The Apostles’ Creed

The Apostles’ Creed has united Christians from different times, places, and traditions. It proclaims eternal truths for life today. Christians believe them, recite them, and build their life on them.

But do they understand these truths? What do Christians believe? How did early church pastors and theologians use the Apostles’ Creed as the essential guide to the basics of the Christian life? [Read more…]

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What’s your view on the end times? What about the New Perspective on Paul? Can you clearly explain the Trinity and why it matters to theology and the Christian life?

Some of the most rewarding biblical and theological topics are also the toughest. But coming to a firm conviction on these issues doesn’t have to be overwhelming. [Read more…]

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They became world champions, winning the big game on one of the biggest stages in pro sports. And to millions of fans, they instantly became heroes and athletes to admire and emulate.

They’re also men who face unimaginable pressures from fame, money, and a lifestyle few will ever know. But some live their lives for a greater purpose than football, and with a deeper motivation than winning. They live by faith in God. [Read more…]

Speaking the Language of the Inquirer


Christian apologetics is often a difficult subject to tackle. Most books are directed toward Christians, helping them develop an apologetic method. But this approach ignores one of the most important aspects of apologetics: the audience. In his new book, Christianity Considered: A Guide for Skeptics and Seekers, John Frame directly addresses this shortcoming. As he puts it: “My goal is to speak the language of the inquirer, not that of theologians.” For the Christian reader, his work provides a deeper understanding of the intellectual milieu Christian apologetics faces in the modern era. In this excerpt, Frame introduces the structure for his inquiry into the Christian intellectual tradition: [Read more…]

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Get 60 Years of Christianity Today for under $100

Christianity Today has been at the forefront of news and analysis from a Christian perspective for over 60 years. And now the most complete digital archive of CT ever assembled is coming to Logos.

In this collection, we’ve gathered together every issue from 1956–2016, most of them previously unavailable digitally. And if you place your pre-order before June 15, you’ll get a one-year subscription to CT in print*, for free. [Read more…]

How to Have a Library Better than Charles Spurgeon’s

There is no truly original theology.

Piper reads Edwards. Edwards read Calvin. Calvin read Augustine. And Augustine read the early church fathers who read the apostles who read the prophets.

If you’re a student of Scripture, you’re in a school dating back to the earliest scrolls.

The question is, who are your teachers?
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The Truth Found in Communal Words

“The truest and most important things we can ever say are not individual words but communal words.”

People today are flooded with opinions and ideas. And they all might be interesting, but are they true? In an era of individualism, pundits, and social media, it can seem important to form opinions and ideas to remain set apart from the crowd. But are those opinions and ideas built on a solid foundation? Or are they merely echoes of the surrounding culture ?
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F.F. Bruce, “Dean of Evangelical Scholars”

Affectionately known as the “dean of evangelical scholars,” F.F. Bruce was a towering figure in modern evangelicalism.

One of the twentieth century’s most prolific scholars, Bruce penned more than 40 books spanning commentaries, church histories, and biblical theology—a dozen of which have been carefully selected for the F.F. Bruce Collection.

But perhaps more significant than his works was his career as a whole.

About F.F. Bruce

In a time when the academic community looked down upon evangelicals, F.F. Bruce demonstrated that an evangelical could perform worthwhile academic work.

At the same time, he persuaded evangelicals that they should not turn their backs on academic methods of Bible study, even if the results might differ from traditional evangelical views.

These words from contemporary C.F.D. Moule provide a compelling picture of the mind and manner of F.F. Bruce:

I know no better example of uncompromising truthfulness wedded to that most excellent gift of charity: Fred Bruce always speaks the truth in love. Certainly the truth: he is one of the rare souls who actually do verify their references. What he says can be relied on to be correct—not that he needs to do much verification, for he is blessed with an exceptionally tenacious memory. On the granite rock of a thorough classical education (Gold Medallist in Latin and Greek at Aberdeen, senior classic of his year at Cambridge) he has built a formidable edifice of extensive and accurate learning.

About the F.F. Bruce Collection

This 12-volume collection makes many of Bruce’s writings available that were previously inaccessible to most Christians. It contains:

  • Select commentaries, including a pared-down version of his famous 1954 Acts commentary
  • Pauline studies, including a work about Paul’s pastoral qualities and another about his inner circle
  • A delightful autobiographical account of Bruce’s childhood and career
  • Books on church history, biblical criticism, biblical theology, and more

This collection offers not only masterful treatments of important topics but also a compelling picture of a faithful Christian and his illustrious career.

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