Does God Need a Co-Signer?

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We all know why co-signing a loan is required. The bank assumes that the person who is being loaned the money may not be able to repay it. Their commitment or ability is in question. In the Bible, God typically swears by his own character when entering a covenant since there is no one above him who needs to co-sign the agreement (Heb 6:13). There is a fascinating exception to this in the book of Psalms.

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What’s Really Eating Jonah?

Was Jonah swallowed by a fish or a whale? Various opinions can be found in classic works, such as this third-century artistic rendition of the scene, Jerome’s Latin Vulgate, Tyndale’s 1534 translation, and in most theological works to date.

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Get an N.T. Wright Collection & 100+ Other Books for under $200

If you’ve never purchased Logos before, through the end of the month you can get any version of Logos 7 Starter (Standard, Anglican, Baptist, and more) for under $200. It’s the first time Logos 7 Starter has ever been offered at this low a price.

But why would you choose a specific library (let’s say Anglican) over a Standard package? There’s a very good reason, as many first-time buyers are discovering.

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How to Open to Your Favorite Logos Layout Every Time

I recently received this question from a fellow Logos user:

I’m often in the midst of my study when I have to close Logos to move on to other tasks for the day. Is there a way to open the program to the desktop arrangement I had when I closed the program?

The answer is yes! And the solution is super simple.

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How to Support Spanish-Speaking Pastors

The greatest missionary of all time is God himself. His love for the lost beats in multifaceted ways: He sent his Son far away from home to a lost, antagonistic world. His Son, in turn, gave his disciples a great commission to spread that love worldwide.

But there is one facet of missions that is hardly ever considered: God’s providential stirrings of migrations to lands where the gospel is more likely to be heard.

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A Blueprint for Biblical Leadership

Sound Christian doctrine and good Christian living are intimately tied together. You cannot have one without the other. This is especially true for church leaders. In his letter to Titus, the Apostle Paul implores the reader to take truth seriously and to ensure that the good news of gospel is being passed on in its full force. The twin themes of doctrine and a passion for godly life are woven throughout this short epistle. In Living Doctrine, Danny Akin unpacks this powerful message and shows how these themes are still vital for Christians today.

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3 Reasons to Get Logos 7 Starter for under $200

Deciding how to invest in Logos is all about finding the best base package for your needs. If you’re writing sermons, Gold may be a great fit. If you’re writing dissertations, you may want Platinum.

But no matter what kind of study you want to undertake, a great way to get started with Logos is Logos 7 Starter.

And if you’ve never owned Logos before, you can get Starter for under $200 for the first time ever.

Here are three more reasons to give Starter another look.

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Build Your Own Systematic Theology

Systematic Theologies are excellent resources for studying any biblical doctrine. They lay out complex theological topics in an intelligible way and contain a wealth of related Scripture references. It can be difficult, however, to know how to study further. Where do you start?

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The Elohim: What (or Who) Are They?

The following post explaining the origin of the Elohim is adapted from Dr. Michael Heiser’s The Unseen Realm.

We all have watershed moments in life, critical turning points where, from that moment on, nothing will ever be the same. One such moment in my own life came when I rediscovered the word elohim.

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One Week Only: Get Barth’s Church Dogmatics for 75% Off

Through October 23 at noon, you can get one of the most important theological works of the twentieth century for a fraction of the regular price. As part of our Pastor Appreciation Month sale, we’re bringing the price of this 31-volume collection down to just $74.99. That’s $225 off the regular price.

This discount is available one week only! Pick up this classic while the offer lasts.

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