How to Find Significant Prepositional Phrases in Johannine Literature

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I was recently reading 1 John in which I came to the phrase in the world in 1 John 2:15. From my research, I realized John frequently uses the Greek word kosmos usually translated world. During my study I asked a few questions such as:

  • Where else in John’s writings does he use kosmos?
  • What other prepositional phrases does John use with kosmos such as in the world, from the world, into the world, etc?

Such detailed questions are actually very easy to answer with the Guide, Bible Word Study, which is available in Logos 7.

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This Month Only: Save on the ICC, Karl Barth, John Owen & More!

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Throughout February you can get 30% off bestselling resources from publisher T&T Clark. Here are three deals you don’t want to miss.

  • The Works of John Owen: One of the most influential theologians of Puritan England, John Owen was a voluminous writer, composing numerous theological treatises, meditations, discourses, and sermons. This collection includes his English and Latin works—perfect for research in Owen’s original writings—as well as his nearly 4,000-page commentary on Hebrews. Get it for 30% off this month only.
  • The International Critical Commentary: This celebrated commentary brings together all the relevant aids to exegesis: linguistic and textual, archaeological, historical, literary, and theological, with a comprehensiveness and quality of scholarship celebrated by scholars and theologians everywhere. Get it for 30% off now!

There are even more resources from T&T Clark available for 30% off for a limited time. See them all now.

Just Hours Left to Save on Logos 7! Get Your Intro Discount Now.

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In just a few hours, your chance to take advantage of introductory discounts on Logos 7 will be gone forever. At 11:59 p.m. (PT) tonight, introductory discounts disappear. Here are key resources you’ll need to make your decision on the perfect base package for you.

  • Get a personalized recommendation. If you’re signed in to Logos.com, we’ll give you a personalized base package recommendation based on the resources you already own. You’ll see your 10% intro discount on top of your custom, Dynamic Price. See your custom price.
  • Find the upgrade path that fits you. Whether you’re looking for just the Logos 7 features, a boost to your library, or anything in between, we have you covered. This post will walk you through all the ways you can get Logos 7 and help you find the one that’s best for you. Find your perfect upgrade.
  • Get your most pressing questions answered. When you get a base package, what happens to your current library? What if I can’t afford one right now? What if all the new features overwhelm me? This post will answer all of these questions and more to help you make the right decision. Find answers now.
  • Call us for personalized help. Our team is standing by and staying late. We’ll be here until midnight tonight to answer your questions and help you find the best way to get into Logos 7. Give us a call at 888-875-9491.

Final warning: Logos 7 intro discounts expire tonight!

Don’t wait. This really is it: you’re very last chance to save with an introductory discount on Logos 7. After tonight at 11:59 p.m., this offer expires. Get your personalized recommendation now or call us at 888-875-9491.

3 Days Left! 7 Reasons That Shouldn’t Stop You from Getting Logos 7

blog-imageIf you’ve been thinking about getting Logos 7, but you’re still on the fence, don’t wait any longer: now is the best time to get it, and on February 7 you might find yourself regretting missing your chance. Introductory discounts end in just 3 days!

But rest assured—here are some answers for seven concerns you may have:

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Get a Free Book on Christian Discipleship by N.T. Wright!

blogimage620x324-1What does it mean for modern Christians to drop everything, take up their cross, and follow Jesus? In Following Jesus: Biblical Reflections on Christian Discipleship, this month’s free book, New Testament scholar N.T. Wright explores these and other insightful questions.

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2-Week Free Trial: 1,500 Hours of Biblical Video for Your Entire Church

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Want to give a great gift to your entire church that will cost you absolutely nothing? Surprise them with a free trial to the Mobile Ed Video and Faithlife TV Plus subscription. It’s free, it’s simple, and you can do it yourself, right now.

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You Almost Missed It! Logos 7 Intro Discounts Are Here, but Not for Long

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You can save 10% on Logos 7—but only if you get it within the next five days. Introductory discounts on Logos 7 end February 6 at 11:59 p.m. That’s less than a week. If you’ve been considering getting Logos 7, now’s the time to choose the option that’s right for you.

Here are four more reasons you’ll want to take advantage of these savings while you still can.

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NEW: Send Bible Verse Art in iMessage!

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We’ve been creating verse art that captures the beauty of Scripture for years. And now you can text that art to your friends or family, right in iMessage.

And the best part is, if you have the latest version of Logos Bible installed on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch, you can get started right away.

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Study 1 Corinthians and Interact with Dr. Craig Blomberg!

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Have you ever wanted sit in on a seminary class? Are your days already busy with work and family commitments? How would you like to experience a seminary classroom from home, at your own pace, with one of today’s top scholars? You’re in luck because we are launching a Mobile Ed cohort with a talented New Testament scholar!

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Why Healthy Volunteer Programs Thrive on Delegation

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My wife and I have been leading teams of Young Life leaders for the last several years. This year, she’s pregnant with twins. It’s becoming increasingly apparent that she can’t have the same expectations for herself as a volunteer team leader. As a result, we’ve had a lot of conversations about delegation.

If you’re a perfectionist (like my wife), delegation can feel like a personal failure. Let me assure you, it’s not.

Delegation is an important part of a healthy ministry and a key ingredient of discipleship. Delegating doesn’t mean you’re an incompetent leader or have a bad work ethic. It shows you care about what’s best for your ministry.

Here are eight reasons to delegate:

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