Black Friday Savings: Get up to 60% off Select Lexham Press Titles

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You can save big on some of our most popular Lexham Press titles! Deals like this don’t come around often, so take advantage of them while you can.

Reformed Dogmatics (5 vols.) – 40% off!
Discover the early theological thought of one of the premier Reformed thinkers of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, Geerhardus Vos. This unique, multi-volume work presents a biblical theologian’s take on systematic theology.

Get it for 40% off today only!

Abraham Kuyper Comprehensive Studies Bundle (28 vols.) – 45% off
Get everything you need for a comprehensive understanding of one of the most influential theologians of the last century. Covering everything from Christianity and culture to Calvinism and the Church, this bundle includes all of Kuyper’s most influential works and even little-known classics.

Get it for 45% off today only!

Lexham Press Theology Bundle (34 vols.) – 60% off
Featuring works by Abraham Kuyper, Michael Heiser, and Charles Spurgeon—and covering everything from Augustine and Barth to God’s fatherhood and church unity—this collection of theological works from Lexham Press bridges the gap between ancient truth and contemporary conversation.

Save 60% now!

The Unseen Realm Bundle (5 vols.) – 35% off
Michael Heiser’s paradigm-shifting book The Unseen Realm takes an unfiltered look at Scripture, challenging Christians to understand the Word of God through its writers’ distinctly supernatural worldview.  This bundle includes the original book, study guides, the companion resource Supernatural, and even Dr. Heiser’s engaging, eye-opening collection of essays, I Dare You Not to Bore Me with the Bible.

Get it for 35% off!

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How to Easily Convert Biblical Measurements to Modern Equivalents

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Biblical authors often referred to weights, measurements, and distances that certainly were understandable in their context, but are foreign today. For example in Luke 2, 12-year-old Jesus is separated from his parents and verse 46 states after three days Joseph and Mary find him in the temple. Why did it take so long to locate Him? Verse 44 contains a clue. After departing from the Feast of the Passover in Jerusalem they travelled a “day’s journey” before they noticed their son wasn’t with them.

I don’t know about you, but I don’t refer to a “day’s journey” in my normal vocabulary. So how far did they travel? Fortunately for us there’s a simple Interactive in Logos 7 which quickly converts biblical measurements to modern equivalents.

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5 Reasons You Should Get This Month’s Free Book Today!

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As you may have heard, we partnered with Kay Arthur and Precept Ministries International to offer the immensely popular Precept Upon Precept® : Philippians absolutely free during the month of November!

Here are 5 reasons you should take advantage of this unprecedented offer right now.

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5 Early Black Friday Deals You Don’t Want to Miss

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We’re giving you a head start on Black Friday savings with brand new deals on some of our most popular resources. There are over 70 resources on sale, including these five can’t miss deals.

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The 3 Most Affordable Ways to Get All the Features of Logos 7

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With Logos 7, it’s easier than ever to get started with the newest features. Here are the three most affordable ways.

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Connecting the Dots Between Humanity and God

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“How can God be three and one? How can God take on a human nature? If God planned everything, how can I be responsible? Do my prayers make any difference in God’s plan? Will we finally know everything when we get to heaven?

“These are questions that recognize some of the mysterious tensions that Scripture presents to us. They are good questions, but wrong answers to good questions can rob us of a full and fulfilled Christian life, and they rob God of his proper glory. Proper answers—answers that allow the mystery of God and His ways to shine brightly—will evoke in us proper worship.”

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Are You Preparing Your Church for Christmas?

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If you’re a church leader, by now you’re probably knee-deep in preparation for Christmas. From planning extra services to crafting upcoming sermon series to fit the season, there’s a lot to keep track of.

And there are plenty of resources out there to help you do it. With so many Christmas-themed books, small group and Sunday school curricula, workbooks, journals, and DVD series to wade through, how do you know what to trust?

How can you be confident that what you have is biblical, up-to-date with recent scholarship, and trustworthy?

Our brand new Mobile Ed & Faithlife TV Plus church subscription bundle includes thousands of videos on all the key subjects you want your congregation to master—discipleship, leadership, apologetics, theology, and much more.

And yes, we have videos that are perfect for Christmas, too!

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Why Difficulties in the Bible Are a Good Thing

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Jen Hatmaker recently launched a kerfuffle in the evangelical blogosphere (meteorologists have started to assign these kerfuffles their own names, like hurricanes) by reconsidering her stance on a hotly contested biblical doctrine. I won’t get into that particular issue here (though I do not think it is trivial). It’s part of her reasoning for changing her position that interests me in this post:

Thousands of churches and millions of Christ-followers faithfully read the Scriptures and with thoughtful and academic work come to different conclusions…. Godly, respectable leaders have exegeted the Bible and there is absolutely not unanimity on its interpretation. There never has been.

Empirically, she’s got a point. Lots of them, actually. Logos sells the Counterpoints series, after all. Christians of all sorts disagree about all sorts of Bible statements. Combine this fact with our culture’s viewpoint that what one sees has everything to do with where one is standing—and what do you get?

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How to Get the Most Out of Sermon Editor

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Some pastors spend 30 hours or more preparing a single sermon. Even if you treasure every moment of those hours, there are parts of the process of writing a sermon that take longer than they need to—and more importantly, distract you from focusing on the parts that matter. Logos 7’s Sermon Editor feature helps you transition from studying to sermon writing, and from sermon writing to preaching.

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Get a Head Start on Savings with Early Black Friday Deals!

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The end of the year is fast approaching; put your book budget to good use with early savings for Black Friday! Get up to 60% off some of our most popular titles, including resources by John MacArthur, R.C. Sproul, J.I. Packer, Jerry Bridges, William Barclay, and many more!

Then, come back on Black Friday (November 25) for even more deals!

Get started now with these highlighted resources, then browse all Black Friday Deals.

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