Logos Tech Tip: Study Jacob’s Life Using a Biblical Person Workflow

Jacob bears the unique designation as the only person in the Bible who literally wrestled with God, and this encounter had a far-reaching impact on redemptive history. Most Bible readers know that what happens in Genesis lays the foundation for the rest of Scripture, but it can be a daunting task to see where Jacob’s story is referred to in the rest of the Bible. [Read more…]

Who Wrote Hebrews? Why It May Not Be Paul . . .

Bible scroll, unrolledBy Thomas Schreiner

Who wrote Hebrews? The short answer: only God knows. In the following excerpt adapted from Lexham Press’ new Evangelical Biblical Theology Commentary volume: Hebrews by Thomas R. Schreiner,1 we see whose names have been put forward—and why the author of Hebrews probably isn’t Paul.

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The authorship of Hebrews is a fascinating issue that continues to interest Christians today.  [Read more…]

How Do the 10 Commandments Still Matter? Find Answers in Monthly Sale Resources

An Easy Way to Learn about the Completion of Hezekiah’s Tunnel

Hezekiah’s tunnel, where archaeologists found an inscription describing the completion of the tunnel (source: commons.wikimedia.org)

The work of archaeologists often overlaps with places, people, and events we read about in the Bible. Some of the evidence from the ancient world takes the form of inscriptions—writings etched into a hard surface, like stone, clay, or metal.

And with Logos Bible Software, you can explore many of these archaeological finds from the comfort of your own living room.  [Read more…]

Learning Logos: Display Mobile Ed Courses by Subject

A subscriber to mpseminars.com submitted this question to us:

I have purchased numerous Mobile Ed courses. How can I see the various subjects covered in the videos? [Read more…]

Pandemics Aren’t New—Just Look at Plagues in the Bible

image of the plague of hail, a plague in the Bible during the exodus

Many Bible readers are familiar with the plague in Egypt at the time of the Exodus (Exod 7:14–12:32)—water turning to blood and infestations of frogs, lice, flies, locusts, and the like. With coronavirus on everyone’s mind, questions abound of whether the word “pandemic” appears in the Bible, too. [Read more…]

Logos Tech Tip: Follow a Biblical Author’s Train of Thought

The Bible isn’t a collection of inspirational thoughts like pearls on a string. The human authors present logical positions and arguments. One of the most important aspects of Bible study is understanding an author’s line of thinking, and Logos makes this easy with the Propositional Outlines Visual Filter.

With this visual filter, you can see the structure of the text and discover relationships between propositions—the statements (usually sentences) that the author uses to assert something as true. [Read more…]

This 2,700+ Volume Digital Theological Library Is Now Open for Seminaries & Bible Colleges

When it comes to excelling in seminary or Bible college, the ability to research well is invaluable. And to do that research well, there’s something else that’s invaluable—a top-notch library. 

What if you could give your seminary or Bible college students a digital theological library with 2,762 volumes for as little as $15/each for an entire year?  [Read more…]

7 of the Best Exegetical Bible Commentaries

People have been asking, “Which Bible commentary is best?” for as long as anyone can remember. They’re such a well-loved and useful Bible study tool that entire commentaries have been written—about commentaries

We won’t try to dive into all the best exegetical Bible commentaries here or even all the best exegetical Bible commentary series. So you can explore them all in just a few minutes, we’ve narrowed it down to only seven exceptional selections. [Read more…]

How Luke 10 Proves We Need Bible Study Tools (+ 2 More Tips)

Danny Zacharias is a Greek grammar specialist with a passion for distilling his years of study into friendly formats for lay learners. Recently, Danny spoke with Bible Study Magazine Podcast host Mark Ward about essential Bible study tools. [Read more…]