Logos Learning: Bookmark the Passage You’re Studying

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I recently received the following scenario from a fellow Logos user:

Normally I study passages so I open my preferred Bible to a specific text to exegete. Inevitably during my research, I leave the passage to look up cross-references. Is there a quick way to return to the passage I’m studying without retying the reference or using the history feature? [Read more…]

Not Every Sermon Is Worth Hearing

By Lucas O’Neill, author of Preaching to Be Heard

Many sermons are like meals from typical fast-food chains—flavor at the expense of nutrition. It’s easy, fast, cheap, and tastes addictively good. Your

We begin with the text and we surrender the sermon to its dictates.

preaching may be drawing a lot of people, but are they being fed well? [Read more…]

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April’s Monthly Sale is packed with resources to study the life and work of Christ, including a 3-course Mobile Ed bundle that’s a whopping 47% off.

About the Mobile Ed bundle, Jesus and the Resurrection

Combining three courses that would normally cost $480—but now total just $250—this bundle is perfect for the Easter season. These courses will: [Read more…]

11 Facts about the Christian Book Award Finalists from Lexham Press

The ECPA just released its 2019 Christian Book Award finalists, and we’re excited to share that two Lexham Press titles are finalists!

Let’s meet our finalists:

The Lexham Geographic Commentary on the Gospels is a finalist in the Bible Reference Works category. [Read more…]

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This is more than a chance to save on important books, it’s an invitation to pattern your thinking after some of the greatest minds of all time. [Read more…]

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Dr. Thomas R. Schreiner lauds the book in its foreword, saying: [Read more…]

Learning Logos: Find Greek Words Translated with an English Word

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A college student contacted me with the following scenario:

I’m taking a homiletics course and need to find the Greek words translated “preach” in the New Testament. How can this be accomplished in Logos?

I love questions like this because the answer is in the Logos wheelhouse! [Read more…]

Are You a Drunk Preacher? You Are When You Use the Bible This Way.

By David Helm

Scottish poet Andrew Lang once landed a humorous blow against the politicians of his day with a clever line indicting them for their manipulation of statistics. With a slight alteration in language, the quip could equally be leveled against many Bible teachers today: “Some preachers use the Bible the way a drunk uses a lamp post … more for support than for illumination.” [Read more…]

A Brief Primer on Christian Mission

The word mission is used today in a plethora of contexts. Diplomats, fighter pilots, and some elementary school teachers refer to their work as a mission. Virtually every business, from auto-parts distributors to fast-food restaurants, possesses an articulated mission statement. [Read more…]

The Geopolitical Context of the New Testament, in 9 Brief Points

By Mark J. Keown, ThD

At the time of the New Testament, Israel had been an occupied country, at least in part, since the eighth century BC. Its location on the Fertile Crescent meant that anyone seeking to dominate the region had to take control of Israel as it provided a key trade and military link between Europe, Asia Minor, Mesopotamia, and Africa. [Read more…]