A Conversation with Michael F. Bird on Staying Curious in Bible Study

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The NIV Faithlife Study Bible invites you to explore the Bible and inform your faith. There is limitless depth to God’s Word—whether it’s studying the original biblical languages or the details of the ancient world, there’s always something new to learn. Discover intriguing insights in robust study notes based on the original languages of the Bible. Visualize the biblical story with stunning graphics that bring the ancient world—and the Bible—to life.

Whether you’re studying the Bible for the first time or the thousandth time, the NIV Faithlife Study Bible is the perfect tool to feed your curiosity about God and his work in the world.

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What’s the Big Deal with the Hermeneia Commentary Series?

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In biblical studies, there are a few series singled out by scholars for their consistently stellar contribution to the field.

The Hermeneia and Continental Commentary series, which is 30% off this month, is one of them.

If you’re looking for a technical commentary that wastes no time digging into the details of the original biblical text, then this series was written for you. Users on BestCommentaries.com have ranked 11 of its volumes among the top 10 commentaries on their respective biblical books—and a few volumes have even earned the number-one spot.

Here’s why.

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You Can Now Pre-Order Brand New Titles on Logos.com

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Logos books are so much more than books. Each one is specially tagged to connect with the other resources in your Logos library and work seamlessly with Logos features. While this makes your Logos library far more powerful than a print library ever could be, it also means that producing a Logos resource takes a lot more time and money than a typical ebook.

In the past, that’s also meant that we didn’t always have the luxury of releasing a book on or near the ship date of its print counterpart. Until now.

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Finding Hope in Jeremiah, the Weeping Prophet

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At one point in the famous allegory Pilgrim’s Progress, Christian finds what he thinks is a more agreeable path to the Celestial City; but this choice puts him in the grips of the savage brute Giant Despair, and he finds himself locked in the dungeon of Doubting Castle.

It’s not always easy for me to discern my subtle shift off the path toward Doubting Castle, but once in the grips of Despair, his maneuvers are unmistakable.

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Save up to 50% on Biblical Studies, Theology, & More!

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In March’s monthly sale, you can get commentaries, theological resources, evangelism and apologetic resources, and more—all for up to half off the regular price. Here are five March deals you don’t want to pass up:

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Here Are the Round 2 Winners & Deals You Need to Know

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In a surprise upset, F.F. Bruce has taken down J.I. Packer in Round 2 of Logos March Madness! But now Bruce must face John Piper, who defeated Geerhardus Vos by nearly 20 percent!

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N.T. Wright & Wayne Grudem on Eschatology & the Trinity

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There are many important but challenging biblical and theological subjects to explore and understand. Thanks to Logos Mobile Education, you don’t have to tackle these subjects alone. We bring top seminary professors and scholars into your living room to guide you through your studies. And now, we have two new courses to help you tackle two of the most difficult topics in Christianity: eschatology and the Trinity.

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How to Search for a Greek or Hebrew Phrase from Your English Bible

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A fellow Logos user recently emailed me this question:

I wonder if you can advise me how to search for the phrase “the promise” (found in Acts 1:4 ESV) in both the original languages (Hebrew & Greek).

This is an excellent question which I’ll answer from the standpoint of an English student, not primarily using a Hebrew or Greek Bible.

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5 Bible Study Tools No Christian Should Go Without

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I can get a bit obsessed with gear. Whether it’s art supplies, audio equipment, or Bible study tools, I sometimes find myself believing that if I just get pro gear, I’ll become a pro myself.

But the reality is, you only get good at something with lots of practice, and even if you have the right tools, they won’t do you any good if you don’t know how to use them. With that in mind, here are five essential Bible study tools—and a basic explanation of how they work.

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Prepare Your Heart for Easter with This Free Devotional

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This month, we’re giving away free digital copies of Paula Gooder’s devotional, This Risen Existence: The Spirit of Easter. Visit Logos.com/Free-Book-of-the-Month to download your free devotional.

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