4 Ways Free Bible Software Will Help You Survive Your Classes

If you’re a busy student trying to get the most out of your Bible education, Logos 7 Academic Basic is designed for you—and it’s free. Here are four reasons to consider Logos 7 Academic Basic: [Read more…]

Jerry Bridges, Mobile Ed, Exegetical Summaries: Explore September Deals

Have you seen the deals included in September’s monthly sale? Stock up on commentaries, reference works, Christian living books, and other resources to deepen your study. Explore all titles, and don’t miss these featured deals:

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The Most Practical Book in the Bible

In the Book of Proverbs, you’ll find a blueprint for how to build a life according to God’s wisdom. Allan Moseley categorized every verse in this biblical book according to its subject and the result is his new book Living Well. He walks through specific topics—money, relationships, work, and more—examining what Proverbs has to say and translating it into practical advice for our daily lives. In this excerpt from the introduction, Moseley shows us the countercultural nature of Proverbs and the consequences of refusing the wisdom found within.

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Why Parenting Strategies Don’t Work (and 14 Gospel Principles That Do)

This is a guest post by Paul Tripp.

We’re hosting Paul Tripp’s latest conference live via Faithlife! Join us on Friday, September 29 (7pm-10 p.m. EDT) and Saturday, September 30 (9 a.m.–12 p.m. EDT). Do those dates or times not work? Don’t worry! A streaming license allows you, your group, or your church to replay the event as many times as you want through October 31. Register now.

In 1997, I wrote my first book, Age of Opportunity: A Biblical Guide to Parenting Teens. I felt God calling me to write more books, but I was equally as persuaded that Age of Opportunity would be my only one on the topic of parenting. But for the past two decades, as I saw how people were using that book (and my brother Tedd’s book Shepherding a Child’s Heart), I grew increasingly uncomfortable.

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Anyone Can Learn Greek with These New Mobile Ed Courses

Anyone can learn Greek with new Mobile Ed courses

One of the most useful aspects of Logos Bible Software is its suite of original language tools. Logos makes it easy to look up and search Greek lemmas in a variety of ways. If you don’t know Greek, though, you probably aren’t getting the most out of these tools. But with Mobile Ed’s new Biblical Greek: Foundational Certificate Program you can now learn Greek on your own in Logos.

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Free This Month: NIV Application Commentary on Mark

NIV Application Commentary: Mark

This month only you can get the NIV Application Commentary on Mark for free—no purchase required. Add the commentary on Job for just $1.99, and the commentary on 1 Peter for just $2.99 more. Get all three commentaries now. [Read more…]

How to Find All the Words That Appear Just Once in the Bible

Recently a Logos blog post appeared showing how to research a hapax legomenon in the Bible. This Greek phrase literally means “something said only once” and it refers to a word which appears only once in a literary context or an author’s works. The blog correctly points out that numerous hapax legomena occur in the New Testament.

A Logos user then inquired of me:

Using Logos, how do I discover the hapax legomena in the Bible?

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The Importance of a Personal Relationship with God

Learning and understanding the basic tenets of Christianity can be challenging for new believers. There’s just so much to take in. Where do you begin?

Shilo Taylor had to navigate this tension while serving as a youth minister. She wrote Brand New to provide a brief and practical 40-day devotional for new believers. In this excerpt and video, she conveys the importance of a personal relationship with God, one that is full of quality time spent together.

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Logos Pro Summer Training: What Can We Learn about Mary from an Old Testament Law?

Each week this summer the Logos Pros will teach you how to master the tools and resources of Logos Bible Software. You’ll get some pointers and some study questions. 

The Passover is an Israelite celebration with tremendous significance across both testaments. Today the Passover echoes through Christian churches every time the Lord’s Supper is celebrated—because the original Lord’s Supper was itself a Passover meal (see Luke 22:7–22).

It was no accident that Christ established his New Covenant—“this is the new covenant in my blood”—during the celebration of a Jewish feast. There are rich connections between Yahweh’s deliverance of his enslaved people at the exodus from Egypt and Yahweh’s deliverance of his people from much more persistent chains, chains of sin, in the New Covenant. The slaughtering of a lamb is, obviously, a resonant image from the beginning to the end of Scripture.
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2 Days Left to Get 2 John Stott Books for Under $2

Time’s running out to get this month’s free book, Why I Am a Christian by John Stott. And don’t miss your chance to pick up another book by Stott for just $1.99. Pick up both before August 31 at 11:59 p.m. (PT). Get both now.

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