The nineteenth century was a period of great political upheaval in Europe. Countries across the continent were wrestling with questions of sovereignty, representation, and governance. The relationship between the state and the church was one of the most controversial issues raised by these political movements. In the midst of this debate, Abraham Kuyper completed some groundbreaking work in articulating how the church should function in modern society.
The Logos Orthodox Gold base package is filled with resources that will connect you to centuries of ancient Christian Tradition that continues to influence Orthodox faith and practice. And with a little bit of customization, this extensive theological library will become a part of your daily readings or weekly homily or sermon preparation.
In the video below, you’ll learn how to customize your library with your favorite lectionary, Bibles, commentaries, and more.
The Great Commission (Matt 28:18-20) has driven the Christian mission since the birth of the church. We are called to be partners with God in taking the Kingdom to the ends of the earth. But we are just individuals working within a larger whole, each of us a tiny speck in the midst of the great undertaking God is directing. Much of this work is done upon the faith that God is actually directing our work, unseen from our physical world.
In Galatians 5 Paul discusses the freedom believers have in Christ. He writes, “For freedom Christ has set us free” (5:1), and, “You were called to freedom” (5:13). What is the extent of this freedom? Some believers view it as a license to live however we want, but is this what Paul intended? Dr. Doug Moo tackles this issue in his course NT341 Book Study: Paul’s Letter to the Galatians:
Now’s the time to prepare your Christmas sermons, Bible studies, and devotions. Get equipped with the Prepare Him Room sale. We’re highlighting dozens of resources for studying the birth narratives, prophecies of Christ’s first advent, and more.
Here are 5 resources to kickstart your Christmas prep.
When one of the Logos Pros traveled to Desiring God to train John Piper on how to use Logos Bible Software, we offered additional training to Bethlehem College and Seminary Faculty. In this post, BCS adjunct professor Dieudonné Tamfu writes of his own experience with Logos.
My journey with Logos Bible Software began in 2005. At the time, I was a pastor in Cameroon and had limited resources to study the Scriptures. I cannot put into words the significant shift that the software brought to my studies. I spent much more time studying, not because of any weakness in the software, but because I now had resources to pursue almost endless in-depth studies of every passage of Scripture.
The Reformation began 498 years ago, but its ramifications continue to be felt even today.
This Reformation Day, we at Faithlife are pleased to offer a variety of ways for you to explore the Reformation and the movements that sprang from it.
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For the last two years I’ve worked hard building our brand new Orthodox base packages. As a subdeacon and catechist in the Orthodox Church, I’ve found this work deeply personal and rewarding. I firmly believe these base packages are the perfect way for Orthodox Christians to study the Scriptures and deepen their faith.
Lexham Press is pleased to announce the publication of a major series of new translations of Abraham Kuyper’s writings in public theology. Created in partnership with the Acton Institute and the Kuyper Translation Society, Abraham Kuyper Collected Works in Public Theology marks a historic moment in Kuyper studies, and we hope it will deepen and enrich the church’s interest and engagement in public theology.