Wiser Than the Greatest Wisdom: 1 Corinthians 1:10–25 Explained

Even seasoned theologians are challenged with certain passages in the Bible.

The Logos Tough Topics 2018 Bundle was created knowing you might be, too. In this bundle, five leading theologians break down their seminary-level courses to help you untangle some of these perplexing passages. [Read more…]

How to Search for the Men-De Greek Discourse Feature

In a previous blog I showed how to use the reverse interlinear to identify the μέν – δέ construction in the New Testament. Please review that blog to fully understand the significance of this discourse feature that Faithlife scholar-in-residence Dr. Steve Runge refers to as Point-Counterpoint. style=”border: 2px solid #eaeaea;”

In today’s blog I’ll show how to execute a simple search in an English Bible to locate most occurrences of this construction. [Read more…]

Work Smarter, Not Harder with the J.D. Greear Sermon Archive

J.D. Greear, pastor of Summit Church in Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina, is now the youngest president of the Southern Baptist Convention in nearly a quarter of a century. Additionally, Greear served for several years as a missionary with the International Mission Board in Southeast Asia and has produced a number of resources concerning missionary work among predominantly Muslim countries. [Read more…]

Rationality and Faith: An Excerpt from Escape from Reason

This month’s free Ebook is Escape from Reason, Francis Schaeffer’s classic examination of postmodernism and Christianity’s response.

Escape from Reason is justifiably ranked as one of the greatest apologetic works of the twentieth century, in part due to Schaeffer’s overwhelming compassion for those lost in humanism that engages the Christian heart and mind on every page. [Read more…]

The Two Most Overlooked Pauline Epistles

The letters to the Thessalonians are often overlooked within the Pauline corpus. Paul’s meatier theological writings, such as Romans or Colossians, often get most of the attention, but 1 and 2 Thessalonians are packed with theology, too. In his letters to the church in Thessalonica, Paul helps his brethren consider the true nature of Christ. They also contain some of the clearest eschatological teachings in all of his writings. [Read more…]

Offline Word Lookup in the Logos Mobile App

The Logos Mobile app allows you to study the Bible anywhere on your mobile device. Now you can even study Hebrew or Greek words when you’re offline.

(This feature is currently only available in the iOS version of the Logos Bible app.)

To look up words offline, download one or more morphologically-tagged Greek or Hebrew Bibles and at least one Greek or Hebrew lexicon. (This step requires an internet connection.) [Read more…]

How Reliable Is the New Testament? Fragments of Truth—Now on Pre-Order

Join Dr. Craig Evans in his search for answers to an ever-present and challenging question: Can we really trust the Bible? [Read more…]

Four Reasons to Get 60 Years of Christianity Today in Pre-Pub

Christianity Today has been the leading evangelical source of timely and insightful Christian news and analysis for over 60 years. Now you can get all of Christianity Today’s content digitized and integrated right into your Logos library at a great price while it’s still in Pre-Pub. [Read more…]

How to Choose Your Next Read

I used to feel a lot of pressure to read must-read books. I felt guilty when I saw books on my friends’ shelves that I clearly should have read by that time. Things like Calvin’s Institutes, and whatever else my more advanced peers in biblical studies had read. I still feel some of that pressure, and I think some of it is healthy.

But then one of my favorite writers, Alan Jacobs, liberated me. He recommended that I drop out of the Vigilant School of the Must-Reads and live my reading life under the sign of Whim. I should read what I want. [Read more…]

June’s Free Ebook: Escape from Reason by Francis Schaeffer

Christian apologist Francis Schaeffer profoundly impacted twentieth-century evangelicalism. And few books have shaped the modern Church’s understanding of the culture more than his classic work, Escape from Reason.

Escape from Reason is Schaeffer’s masterpiece of postmodern analysis. He unpacks humanism’s presuppositions and pushes post-modernism to its logical conclusion–total meaninglessness. But in that despair, he counters with the answer to modern man’s existential crisis—the gospel of Jesus Christ. [Read more…]