In The Lord and His Prayer, May’s Free Book of the Month, N.T. Wright provides valuable insights into the Lord’s Prayer, and appeals to the believer to return to a dedicated life of personal prayer. In Logos, this book becomes even more valuable with visual filters, search, collections, and more. Today, I’m going to show you some of the ways I’ve used Logos to get the most out of my study of Wright’s book.
According to Peter Jones, our culture as a whole has switched worldviews over the past few decades. Rather than maintaining a fundamental distinction between God and his creation, today’s predominate worldview sees everything as essentially one.
In his new book, The Other Worldview, Jones explains the difference between what he calls “Oneism” and “Twoism.” He exposes the pagan roots of Oneism, and he traces its spread and influence throughout Western culture. Most importantly, he shows us why Oneism is incapable of saving anyone or truly changing the world for the better.
Here’s an excerpt from R.C. Sproul’s foreword to The Other Worldview:
We’re proud to announce that Founders Press titles are now available for pre-order in Logos Bible Software! Devoted to teaching Baptist churches about ministry and theology, Founders Ministries has published numerous titles to help congregations in their mission to teach and preach the Bible. Now, these works are interconnected with the tools and features in Logos to make biblical references and historical events easier to follow, helping you to gain insight from both the Bible and Baptist history and theology.
The use of language, whether it’s Greek or English, spoken or written, is a true art form—perhaps the only one we practice every day. Instead of choosing colors from a palette or notes from a scale, we choose from a list of vocabulary, grammar, and linguistic devices in order to create meaning. The possibilities are endless.
This variety gives our speech and our writing vibrancy, but it can also cause confusion. How often do we stop and ask, “What did you mean by that?” Even though we practice the art of language every day, our messages are not always received as they’re intended.
When reading the New Testament we need this clarity more than ever. When we come across a confusing passage, we can’t exactly pick up the phone and ask an apostle, “What did you mean by that?” However, we can analyze the linguistic devices they used, and this can help us understand the New Testament authors’ true intentions.
No one likes to wait. Since we began work on Logos 6, we’ve been eagerly anticipating the completion of our journal bundles—definitive collections of some of the most celebrated scholarly journals out there.
We’ve been hard at work tagging over 1,200 volumes. Soon, you’ll be able to search for a Scripture in the Passage Guide or Sermon Starter Guide and see every relevant article in every journal in your library.
The journal bundles are due to ship in September, but we just can’t wait any longer. And we don’t want you to either.
We’re giving you the chance to gain instant access to journals in these bundles as we complete them.
Have you ever been to Arlington National Cemetery? Have you ever had a chance to see the pride of the men and women who guard the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier? Have you seen the meticulous care that the country puts into this hallowed ground? Have you had the privilege of standing in the background and watching the precision that soldiers, sailors, airmen, marines, and coast guardsmen put into military funerals? It is a sight to behold. It is moving!
Building a library that suits your needs as a Reformed pastor, layman, scholar, or academic can be cumbersome and expensive. Even if you can afford the best commentaries available, there are so many great resources you may not know where to start.
We’ve compiled over 150 commentaries featuring top scholarship from the Reformed tradition and made them available in one massive bundle. This bundle combines expositional and exegetical works, with time-tested classics, and contemporary, world-class scholarship. Best of all, this may very well be the most affordable bundle of commentaries we’ve ever offered.
“There is no better single-volume commentary on the New Testament than the one Bob Gundry has written.” So says New Testament scholar Craig A. Evans regarding Robert H. Gundry’s Commentary on the New Testament. Karen H. Jobes offers similar praise:
Gundry’s magnum opus culminates the life’s work of one of our generation’s preeminent New Testament scholars. . . . This one-volume commentary on the New Testament is a rare accomplishment that must find a place on the bookshelf of every serious preacher, teacher, and student of Scripture.”
Through May, download N.T. Wright’s The Lord and His Prayer for free!
Matthew 6 records what is now known as the Lord’s Prayer. This simple prayer contains powerful insights into the mind of Jesus. When studied appropriately, one discovers not only the historical basis for this prayer and the impact it had on Jesus’ disciples, but how it can change our lives today. N.T. Wright dives into some of these insights with his book, The Lord and His Prayer, and it’s free this month!
A.W. Tozer was a dynamic preacher, prolific writer, and a no-nonsense man of God. Throughout his preaching career he gave practical, instructive, exhorting, and invigorating lessons to his listeners. The A.W. Tozer Collection includes 57 books written by Tozer or compiled posthumously from his sermons or editorials—nearly 11,000 pages of rich spiritual insights.
This month only, you can get the A.W. Tozer Collection for 50% off the regular price. Already own some of the volumes in the collection? You’ll get a custom discount based on what you own. Simply visit the product page and sign in to see your price.