3 Tips for Discovering Biblical Connections in Logos

Your brain has already learned one of the most basic Bible study skills: finding connections. When you’re reading an ending to one of Paul’ letters, maybe you hear a faint echo. You think, “Didn’t Paul say something like this at the end of Colossians?” So you check, and lo and behold, he did. And it is frequently in drawing a connection between two such passages that you find insight in Bible study. Paul’s statements shed light on each other.

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3 Days Left to Get Can’t-Miss Deals from InterVarsity Press

This month we’re shining the spotlight on celebrated publisher InterVarsity Press. For just three more days, you can save 30% on some of their most popular collections—plus get a $40 coupon code to spend during next month’s Publisher Spotlight.

Here are five of the best IVP deals available for just three more days:

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5 Days Left to Get These Top 5 Resurrection Resources

Time is running out to stock up on commentaries, monographs, Mobile Ed courses, and more from this year’s Easter sale. Here are the top five, bestselling resources to equip your study on the Resurrection. Get them before April 30 at 11:59 p.m. to save up to 40%.

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How What You Love Shapes How You Interpret the Bible

Love of God and neighbor are the two great commandments upon which everything else in the Bible hangs—and, interestingly, the Bible happens to be the only book in the world written by both God and neighbor. So, for Christians, love drives hermeneutics.

Just like love drives all interpretation and discussion of online articles and social media in the United States.

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The Gospel according to Moses

This post is adapted from the transcript to Dr. Daniel Block’s Mobile Ed course on Deuteronomy.

To a lot of people, the only disease worse than Leviticus is Deuteronomy. We don’t like this book, we don’t understand this book, we don’t get the point of this book, and we are glad that it’s not in our New Testament.

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The Future of Ministry, according to a Seminary President

As society and technology careen toward an uncertain future, what does the future hold for Christian ministry? I sat down with Dr. Randy Roberts, president of Western Seminary, for his insights on the next generation of pastors, how technology shapes ministry, and why his seminary is equipping its students with Logos Bible Software.

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How to Compare the Septuagint to the Original Hebrew in Logos

This week’s post is centered on the following question I received from a Logos user:

I’m hoping you can help me with a frequent task: finding which Greek words (LXX) are used to translate a particular word in the Hebrew text. I’d like to know, for example, what Greek words the scholars chose to use in the LXX for “hesed,” which is so rich in meaning.

Even though not every Logos user will need this tip, the feature in the answer is a good trick to know if you venture into the original languages.

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Become a Bible Life Coach with Light University & Mobile Ed

Have you ever found yourself caring for a Christian in need? Do you often comfort others through difficult times, but struggle to find the right words? Do you have a passion for serving others but long for an opportunity to sharpen your skills?

Logos Mobile Education and Light University have designed a new program for Christians called to care for fellow believers and provide spiritual guidance. The Bible Life Coach and Soul Care Specialty Program will equip you with knowledge and skills to help others in their time of need.

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Last Chance: Save on These Commentaries in the Eschatology Sale

Whether you’re digging into views on the millennium or undertaking a study through the Major or Minor prophets, you’ll want to take a look at some of the commentaries featured in the Eschatology Sale. They’re all available for at least 30% off for just three more days. Here are just three of our most popular commentaries on sale.

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What I Wish I Had Known in Seminary

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Attending seminary can be a wonderfully challenging experience. But so many students enter their studies unprepared for the stress and hardships they might encounter. That’s why Danny Zacharias and Ben Forrest wrote Surviving and Thriving in Seminary. This academic and spiritual handbook provides advice on how to prepare your own heart and relationships, how to manage your time and energy, and how to acquire the study skills you need.

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