Meet Your Champions: A Little about the Winning Bundles and Courses

Logos March Matchups is a wrap—but the deals are just beginning.

Meet your champions.

At the above link, you can browse the two winners—the Hebrews bundle and the Gospels and History Mobile Ed bundle—as well as the runners-up in both categories.

Here’s a bit of commentary on each one: [Read more…]

3 Reasons Every Preacher Should Bid on This Series

“Alas! One of the ‘Logos moments’ for which I have been waiting! This cornucopia of homiletic input has regularly been my last phase of sermon preparation.”

That is what one preacher had to say about the Biblical Illustrator: New Testament Collection coming to Logos. [Read more…]

Before You Preach a Narrative Text, Study Your Hero

Samson Slaying the Lion (1628) by Peter Paul Rubens

You will preach narrative far better if you know this literary archetype.

The Bible is full of stories, and most of them revolve around a hero. From Abraham to Moses to Deborah to the True and Better Hero, much of Scripture is a hero’s journey. [Read more…]

Don’t Read Past This Important Word in Genesis 20:7

Abraham’s Journey from Ur to Canaan by József Molnár

“Now return the man’s wife, for he is a prophet, and he will pray for you and you will live. But if you do not return her, you may be sure that you and all who belong to you will die.” — Genesis 20:7

In the drama of the broader story of Genesis 20, we risk missing something quite significant for biblical theology: Abraham is named a prophet. [Read more…]

What Is Biblical Marriage? 11 Essential Principles.

What is marriage?

It’s a question the Bible holds the keys to because God created marriage and revealed it in Scripture. [Read more…]

Dull Dogma? Dorothy Sayers on the Drama of the Creeds.

“The Christian faith is the most exciting drama that ever staggered the imagination of man—and the dogma is the drama.”

In celebration of International Women’s Day, we bring you an exceptional piece of theology from renowned translator, novelist, and Christian thinker Dorothy Sayers. Sayers was also a friend of C.S. Lewis. [Read more…]

Excess Baggage in Scripture—and Why It’s There

“The command tells the truth; the story shows the truth.”

By Leland Ryken

The best methodology for seeing recognizable human experience in the stories of the Bible is simply the conviction that the stories embody familiar human experience. If we are committed to the idea that the story of Jacob (for example) is filled with the experiences of everyday life, we will be able to see and name them. [Read more…]

There’s Learning Hebrew, Then There’s Retaining It

Hebrew doesn’t come easy for most—it certainly didn’t for me. 

While in my Hebrew classes in seminary, I set aside one full day a week to study it, trying my best to memorize the piles of vocabulary words my professor assigned and learn all the rules. [Read more…]

Save Up to 43% on Favorites Like Ryken, Lloyd-Jones, and Hughes

March has many of the best sales you’ll see all year—starting with Logos March Matchups. But don’t forget all the other ways to save on new books this month—including works from popular authors like:

  • Leeland Ryken
  • Martyn Lloyd-Jones
  • William Lane Craig
  • R. Kent Hughes
  • Kevin Vanhoozer 

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Want to Pick What Goes on Sale Next? Then You’ll Love This.

This isn’t a Marcionite debate, but it is the only time of year the two testaments of God’s one Holy Word compete.

Announcing Logos March Matchups, this year’s take on our annual duel to the highest discounts.

Here’s how it works this year. [Read more…]