SALE: The New Perspective on Paul, Karl Barth’s Theology, and More

BlogHeader_620x325There’s still time to take advantage of the Wipf and Stock sale. While we celebrate this great partnership, you reap the benefits! Through Monday, 126 of the best titles from Wipf and Stock are on sale—each volume, collection, commentary, and journal is 35% off. Don’t wait to start shopping, the sale ends February 29 at midnight.

Here are three can’t-miss collections to pique your interest.

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What Does It Mean to Be Unequally Yoked with Unbelievers?

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How do you pick up the threads of an old life? How do you go on, when in your heart, you begin to understand, there is no going back? There are some things that time cannot mend. Some hurts that go too deep.”

When Frodo Baggins says these words at the end of the movie The Return of the King, they carry the full weight of someone who is grieving deeply. These words echo some of my relationships. I often wonder: “With all the damage that has been done, how can we ever return to how things used to be?” And, “Was there ever really anything to our friendship at all?”

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Pre-Order New Crossway Collections and Save 20% on Other Crossway Titles

Blog Image_620x325Some of Crossway’s greatest works are now available for pre-order on Logos.com!

Committed to historical, Christian truths, these collections contain some of the most beloved writings in theology, biblical studies, ministry, and Christian living. Leading lights such as Bruce Ware, Thomas Schreiner, Gerald Bray, Wayne Grudem, and Elyse Fitzpatrick provide engaging insights from a biblical perspective. Check out some of the new Pre-Pubs from Crossway.
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Last Chance to Get 2 Great Theological Resources for Just 2 Bucks

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Now through the end of February, get the Journal of Theological Interpretation, vol. 1 for free. Plus, add an additional resource, Genesis 1 as Ancient Cosmology, for only $1.99. That’s two resources for less than $2!

Get your free journal today.

Why are theological journals valuable? In case you missed our earlier blog post, theological journals provide in-depth coverage on a wide variety of theological subjects from experts in their fields of study. When you use theological journals in your study, you can home in on key issues in the biblical text.

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4 Simple Ways to Make Your Easter Service Awesome

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Easter is a huge opportunity for your church. There are more people attending church than almost any other time of year. Your Easter sermon is arguably the most important sermon your church will hear all year. And people who almost never go to church and know little or nothing about the Bible will be sitting among your congregation.

You do this every year—so how do you keep it interesting?

You have to decide if things that worked well in the past are reusable. Can you recycle some Easter sermon ideas you used a few years ago? Did you nail the Easter stage design last year? Does your team have the perfect worship set for Easter?

Those are all things for your staff to prayerfully consider and prepare based on the needs and resources of your church.

If you’re looking to freshen up your Easter service this year, Proclaim Church Presentation Software has some free Easter media to help you with the details, so you can focus on what matters—whether you own Proclaim or not you can use our free media to create smooth transitions, set the tone for your service, and compliment your sermon.

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Why the Questions Jesus Asked Were about More Than Answers

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Sometimes you have this question about the Bible, this burning desire to know. And you want to know what the whole thing has to say about that question. Ideally, you’d have a year to read through the whole of Scripture, marking it up and taking notes on every passage that spoke to your question.

And I say, don’t give up that ideal. Go for it. But reserve that method for only the most important questions. For others, use the search tools in Logos to “read” all of Scripture for you.

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The True Story of An American Missionary on Trial

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When Dietrich Bonhoeffer was just a 27-year-old lecturer at Berlin University, he made a bold move: denouncing the principles of the new German chancellor, Adolf Hitler. Bonhoeffer was one of the first Germans to publicly challenge the new fuhrer, criticizing Hitler during a radio address. But before he could finish his talk, Bonhoeffer’s microphone was cut off. (Some speculate the young theologian was one of the first targets of Nazi censorship—others attribute the sudden ending to a technical glitch.)

Related post: Why “Fruitless” Ministries Are Never Truly Hopeless

Bonhoeffer’s Christian faith led him to spend his few remaining years taking a stand against the Nazis—leading an underground church movement, training new pastors, writing Christian books, and even plotting to assassinate Hitler. Twelve years after that broadcast, the Nazis executed Bonhoeffer at the concentration camp in Flossenburg.

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5 of February’s Most Popular Deals

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Time’s running out to save on February’s monthly sale deals. Want to make sure you don’t miss a really good deal? Here are five of this month’s most popular bargains. Read on to discover why so many people have purchased these resources.

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How to Get Your Dream Library without Spending a Fortune

vast-library-blog-headerImagine a colossal library. These words conjure different images for everyone. Whether the library in your mind features gothic architecture or fluorescent lights, slim ladders or elevators, there’s one constant: shelves and shelves of books. Heavy, dusty, cumbersome—as the library grows, the task of research grows ever daunting.

If you’re one of the 300,000 people who use Logos to study the Word, you know how Logos has revolutionized Bible study and biblical research. Pose a query to Logos and in seconds, you’ve leafed through every book in your library. With digital books, there’s no limit to the size or scope of your library. You are your own curator, free to choose the resources that meet your needs and ignite your curiosity.

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Enrich Your Library with Select Titles from Wipf and Stock

BlogHeader_620x325We have a great thing going with Wipf and Stock Publishers. To celebrate this partnership, 126 of the best titles from Wipf and Stock are on sale now—each volume, collection, commentary, and journal is 35% off. Start shopping now! The sale ends February 29 at midnight.

To whet your appetite, here are the top three deals you don’t want to miss.

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