Commentaries Called ‘Masterful’ & ‘Superb’ Just Relaunched: Watch the Trailer

The Evangelical Exegetical Commentary series is studded with gems. D. A. Carson calls the volume on Ephesians, for instance, “unquestionably the best technical commentary.”  [Read more…]

Learning Logos: Add the Factbook to the Dashboard

A subscriber to mpseminars.com submitted the following scenario to me:

I enjoy launching my Bible study from the Dashboard on the Home Page. Also, I work with the Factbook a great deal. I don’t, however, see a way to add the Factbook to the Dashboard. Is there a way and if so, would you show me how?

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Pastor, Are You Burned Out? 10 Telltale Signs—and What to Do about It

Sometimes ministry burnout crashes into a life like a meteor, impossible to ignore. Other times, it creeps up day by day until we think the exhaustion and imbalance are normal.

Find out whether you have burnout—and what you can start doing today to treat it.   [Read more…]

Logos Tech Tip | What Does It Mean to ‘Walk’?

Walking is a biblical metaphor for the way Christians are to live. However, walking was also the most common mode of travel in biblical times. That means if you search for “walk,” you will find all of these instances. [Read more…]

The Free Commentary People Are Snapping Up

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free commentary blogBefore May slides by, pick up this month’s free book. Written by the chair of the Dead Sea Scrolls Foundation, the commentary delivers clear insights into Isaiah 40–66—including background, interpretation, and application.  [Read more…]

Disappearing Tomorrow: Huge Savings on All Logos 8 Packages

4 Things Lay Leaders Can Do in Logos 8

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A few years ago, I wrote a few segments for a popular Bible study. I loved every little bit of the research and thinking and writing, but I was relying on a stack of books about half my height. The real issue was figuring out which books to pack for a family vacation right before the assignment was due. 

Let me just tell you . . . my current self really wishes she could pass on her Logos knowledge to her past self. I didn’t know how Logos could help me in my role as a church staffer, a ministry volunteer, and a part-time seminary student. [Read more…]

Learning Logos: How to Display Notes in Multiple Bibles

Of all of the Logos 8 features, I probably receive more questions about the Notes database than any other. Here’s one I’ve received several times:

When I anchor a note to a specific word in a specific Bible is it possible to display that note in other Bibles?

A feature known as Corresponding Notes and Highlights is what we need for this task. [Read more…]

Logos Tech Tip: Explore Word Meanings with Logos

Bible software has been so focused on morphological searching (which is a powerful and helpful tool in any Bible student’s arsenal) that many people think it can’t do anything more. But with Logos, you can do so much more than search morphology.
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Logos Exists Because of One Mom—Here’s Why

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From Timothy (2 Tim 1:5) to Augustine to John and Charles Wesley and many, many more, God has used mothers to bring people to faith—and to set them afire for the gospel. 

To that number, we’ll add Faithlife’s founder and CEO, Bob Pritchett. [Read more…]