You have less than a week left to save on more than 100 products in January’s monthly sale. Not sure where to start? Here are five of this month’s most popular products.
An open letter to Tim Challies, in response to a recent blog post.
The people in my office at Faithlife, makers of Logos Bible Software, read your post “Going All-in With Ebooks” with excitement—and not just because we sell ebooks (including quite a few of them to you, and some of them by you). We read with interest because we are interested in reading. We like books, as do our users, and we like all kinds of books: biography, history, fiction, memoir, and, preeminently, theology and biblical commentary.
Calling all nerd wannabes. I, on behalf of the Logos Pros, am about to share with you one of the most useful computer tips you will ever get. I mean that. I’m going to apply the tip to a narrow question: “What’s the quickest and easiest way to search Logos.com for a particular book or resource?” The answer will help you with all the important sites you search online, from Google to Wikipedia to Beaniebabies.com.
Even if you’ll never preach a single sermon in your entire life, you should still know what good preaching is. And not just so you can spot (and avoid) bad preaching; not even so you can seek out good preaching. You need to understand what makes a good sermon because every time you interpret the Bible, practically speaking, you’re preaching the Bible to yourself.
How good are your self-sermons?
This post is from Morris Proctor, certified and authorized trainer for Logos Bible Software. Morris, who has trained thousands of Logos users at his two-day Camp Logos seminars, provides many training materials.
In an ideal world you and I would fluently read Hebrew and Greek, the original languages of Scripture. If we did, we’d be able to quickly see original language details found in words and grammar. If, however, we primarily rely just on our English Bibles, we may miss some details which are lost in translation.
Numerous features in Logos Bible Software are designed to help English students discover some of those details without being language scholars.
One such tool is called Propositional Outlines which “diagrams” a passage based on Hebrew or Greek.
A Logos Now subscription gives you access to an ever-growing set of the latest Bible study tools. Every six weeks, we update Logos Now with new features, interactives, media, and datasets that open up new ways to study the Scriptures.
Additionally, a Logos Now subscription gives you access to free, month-long, full-access previews to select resources. These books, courses, videos, or magazines are unlocked to your account for one month. At the end of the month, you can purchase those resources with an exclusive discount just for Logos Now subscribers.
Have you ever spent time digging into the Song of Solomon? More than that, have you ever applied the verses in Song of Solomon to your love life or the love lives of those you’ve counseled?
As a pastor, you’ve probably served as a marital or pre-marital counselor at some point. Whether you’re married, dating, or single, the words recorded in Song of Solomon help us understand God’s design for love. As we strive to have a relationship that glorifies God, the words in Song of Solomon are both timeless and beautiful—but they can often feel obscure or hard to understand.
The monthly sale features great deals on more than 100 products, but each month we’ll be featuring one product that we think will be an especially valuable addition to your library. January’s featured product is the Armchair Theologians Series, and here are five reasons you should get it today:
Imagine what would happen if thousands of Christians actually did what we all sort of feel like we’re supposed to do, especially at the New Year: imagine that we all read the Bible.
If you’ve been part of our 30-day Bible study challenge since it began on January 1, congratulations! You’ve now made it halfway! If you haven’t, it’s not too late to sign up.