This month, we’re giving away free digital copies of Paula Gooder’s devotional, This Risen Existence: The Spirit of Easter. Visit Logos.com/Free-Book-of-the-Month to download your free devotional.
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The votes are in and 32 authors are headed to Round 2 of Logos March Madness. Jonathan Edwards trounced John Bunyan, besting him by literally thousands of votes. But Augustine and Craig Keener stayed neck and neck until the very end. And Darrell Bock and Dietrich Bonhoeffer slugged it out til the final bell—with Bock claiming victory by just a single vote!
With Round 1 over and Round 2 underway, you can save 30% on select works by the eliminated authors. Here’s a roundup of the LMM deals you won’t want to miss:
Postmodern literary theorists are favorite whipping boys in evangelical hermeneutics textbooks, and Stanley Fish is no exception (although Fish prefers the title “antifoundationalist”). This makes Winning Arguments, the latest book from the former New York Times columnist, an unlikely book for evangelicals to pick up. But as with all of Fish’s oeuvre, this new book might as well be titled Under the Sun; it’s a profound exploration of the vanity of life a la Ecclesiastes—and it clarifies biblical authority by deconstructing pretty much all others.
A soldier’s backpack contains everything needed for survival on the battlefield. In cold climates, it may contain a blanket, extra socks, and a fire kit with a fire starter. In hot weather, the backpack might have sunglasses and sunscreen. The things a soldier carries can mean the difference between life and death in dire situations—no matter what environment they may find themselves in.
Christianity cannot be boiled down to a list of words—say, positive character qualities to be cultivated and opposite, negative qualities to be avoided.
Wait a minute. The Bible needed an upgrade?
Those sound like fighting words to anyone with a high view of Scripture. An upgrade implies that something needed updating, but the Bible is timeless!
That’s true, but in this case I would have to excuse myself from the ring. I wouldn’t want to tangle with those responsible for the improvements: the biblical writers and, well, the Spirit of God.
Has your Facebook feed been full of engagement announcements over the past few months? It’s no surprise: almost 40% of engagements occur between November and February. With summer just months away, wedding season is almost here. And as a wedding planner, I have spent the last few weeks meeting lots of brides and grooms. When I sit down with a couple, one of the first questions I get is “Do you know anyone who can officiate my wedding?”
Recently in the gym, I watched a trainer utilize a weight machine in an unorthodox fashion to focus on one small muscle. Then, I overheard him tell his client, “I like to use this machine in an unconventional way so it does what I need.”
That’s the sentiment in this week’s post. In Logos Bible Software, the Clippings document is officially designed to assist with the writing of papers in an academic setting. We can, however, use it in an unofficial, practical way to store data to be used in a message or lesson.
Logos March Madness is in full swing, and already some matchups are shaping up to be real squeakers. As of this writing, Faithlife’s own Dr. Michael Heiser has a narrow lead over John Wesley, and Walter Brueggemann is neck-in-neck with John Wesley; just two percentage points stand between these theological titans and advancing to the next round.
Meanwhile, Geerhardus Vos has a healthy nine-point lead against Karl Barth. Still, with two days left for Round-1 voting, it could be anybody’s game.
There are two names you won’t see in this year’s competition: D.A. Carson and N.T. Wright have hung up their jerseys and taken up residence in the Logos March Madness Hall of Fame.
But that’s good news for you: throughout Logos March Madness you can save 45% on bundles of some of their most celebrated works.
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New Testament scholar and prolific author N.T. Wright has had a profound influence on the Church. This treasury of some of his best works include entries in his New Testament for Everyone series, his monumental The Resurrection of the Son of God (good luck reading this behemoth before Easter!), and Paul and the Faithfulness of God. You’ll get 54 volumes by Wright for 45% off—and with Dynamic Pricing, you could save even more.
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