Free R.C. Sproul Book: The Promises of God

The word “covenant” is difficult to understand, yet central to biblical interpretation. But is it really all that important?

The late R.C. Sproul answers assuredly, “Yes!”

In this excerpt from The Promises of God, free this month, Sproul distinguishes biblical covenants from man-made contracts and affirms what makes biblical covenants so unique.
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Joyful News: Save Up to 44% in December’s Monthly Sale

The Christmas season just got more joyful.

For the month of December, save up to 44% on commentaries, courses, and ministry resources during the Logos Monthly Sale.
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4 Christmas Gift Ideas for People Who Love Books

There are at least three things book lovers love doing:

  • Reading
  • Recommending good books
  • Getting free books

The Lexham Christmas Sale encourages all three.

This Christmas, buy one of these print books from Lexham Press and Kirkdale Press and get the ebook free. So you can keep one copy for yourself, and give the other to someone on your list.
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Get a Free Book, Plus 2 More for under $8

“[T]here is no one like God, the King who cares,” writes John S. Feinberg in No One Like Him: The Doctrine of God.

And this month, as you prepare to celebrate the birth of “the King who cares,” you can get No One Like Him free.
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Deals Roundup: 5 Ways to Save in December

The most wonderful time of the year is here!

And some pretty wonderful sales, too.

Here are five ways to save on Bible study resources this Christmas:
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Is the Idea of the Imminent Return of Jesus Biblical?

I recall the traumatic experience of seeing the movie A Thief in the Night as a teenager. The film was about how Jesus could return at any moment—like a thief in the night, a description borrowed from 1 Thessalonians 5:2. The message: If we weren’t believers, we could be left behind by the Lord. The movie didn’t lead to my decision to put my faith in Christ, but it did accomplish one desired effect—it scared me. Is the idea of the imminent return of Jesus biblical?
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A Brief Biblical Theology of God’s Presence

Matthew 1:23

One of the most fascinating developments to follow through the Bible’s storyline is the concept of God dwelling with his people. God, the creator of all that exists, gradually reveals his desire to be present and active with those who belong to him. Tracing this progressive revelation is cause for great worship and wondrous hope. [Read more…]

How to Easily Convert Measurements in a Passage

Beginning in Genesis 6:14, God tells Noah to build a boat according to exact specifications: 300 cubits X 50 cubits X 30 cubits. I’m not sure about you, but I don’t normally speak in terms of cubits today. I understand feet and yards, but cubits are another story.

This isn’t an isolated occurrence because unfamiliar measurements appear throughout the Bible. Fortunately for us, as we study passages with Logos 8, we can easily convert measurements in the text. [Read more…]

Logos for Spiritual Formation: the Lectio Divina Workflow


Guest writer Adam B. Shaeffer holds an MA in Spiritual Formation from Talbot School of Theology and a PhD in Theology from Durham University. He is already a big fan of Logos 8.

In this post, I’ll be exploring one of the ways Logos 8 can play a vital role in our spiritual formation.

One of the primary aspects of how we change is establishing new habits, new ways of doing things, and new ways of engaging with the world around us.

Many of us have good habits, but how often do we ask if the habit could be improved? Just because our habits are good doesn’t mean that they are bearing fruit in our lives. Our good habits can actually sabotage our transformation if we do them thoughtlessly. This is, to my mind, one of the primary motivations behind the ancient practice of Lectio Divina. [Read more…]

Kuyper: Are You Keeping Watch over Your Flock?

Many of us reread the Christmas story every year with a sense of routine, or perhaps even staleness. It can be all too easy in our rereading to miss how the Christmas story challenges us in new ways.

In the following excerpt from Honey from the Rock, a brand-new book from Lexham Press, Kuyper invites us to put ourselves in the shepherds’ shoes. Instead of passing over their work as part of the background, Kuyper challenges us to learn from their watch over all that God entrusted to them. [Read more…]