How to Use a Little-Known but Helpful Feature in the Sermon Editor

One of the most talked about Logos 7 features is the Sermon Editor which continues to evolve and improve. A case in point is an almost unnoticed enhancement in the recently released Logos 7.4. Unless you know it’s there, you’re apt to overlook it, but this tweak may prove helpful as you prepare a Sermon document.

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3 Reasons You Don’t Want to Miss February’s Featured Deal

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This month only you can save on the J.C. Ryle Collection: 18 volumes from a classic preacher and writer with insights that resonate with Christians to this day. Here are three reasons you’ll want to pick up this month’s featured deal.

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Bringing a Forgotten Theological Masterpiece to Light

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Last week, we announced a new series, Lexham Classics, that brings the best of our Christian heritage to modern readers. This common heritage spans eras and traditions, reflecting the richness of our shared faith. By studying these works from throughout history, we hope your modern perspective will be illuminated with timeless wisdom.

To commemorate Black History Month, we’re highlighting one forgotten masterpiece in particular—Plain Theology for Plain People by Charles Octavius Boothe.

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What’s the Best Evangelism Strategy? Some Wisdom from John Piper

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Christians and non-Christians argue about the truth of the Bible all the time. (Because Internet . . .)

Christians even argue with other Christians about how to argue about the truth of the Bible: what’s the wisest strategy?

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John Owen and Karl Barth: Save on Their Most Important Works

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Through February 28, you can get a great deal on some of the most influential theological of the last three centuries. During the T&T Clark Publisher Spotlight, get 30% off The Works of John Owen (17 vols.) and Karl Barth’s magnum opus, the 31-volume Church Dogmatics.

Here are three reasons to add these important theological works to your library today.

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3 Can’t-Miss Series You Can Watch for FREE on Faithlife TV Right Now

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Right now you can unlock literally thousands of hours of biblical video with a free trial of Mobile Ed Video and Faithlife TV+.

Ready to dig in? Start your free trial right now.

With over 8,000 videos to choose from, there are plenty of places to get started. Here are three of our most popular series.

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Logos Base Packages Are Now Available in 6 Languages!

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Our vision at Faithlife is to increase increase biblical literacy and accessibility for every Christian around the world. To truly fulfill that vision, it’s not enough to continue creating new versions of Logos Bible Software in English. We want to reach as many people as possible in their own language. That’s why today, we’re pleased to announce the release of a Korean version of Logos Bible Software.

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How Should Christians Treat Pop Culture? Just Like Paul Did.

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Growing up, I had limited experience interacting with people from other cultures. That all changed when I became a student at a university in Vancouver, B.C.—a city where fewer than half of the residents speak English as their first language. Surrounded by fellow students from unfamiliar cultures and worldviews, I was plunged into the role of the outsider. I quickly realized how difficult it was to communicate ideas when two people don’t share first languages, backgrounds or cultural reference points.

As I studied Paul’s teachings and letters in graduate school, I learned to appreciate why God selected him for the role of apostle to the Gentiles. A “Hebrew of Hebrews” (Phil 3:5) steeped in Old Testament traditions, Paul had to explain the gospel and its implications to people of mostly non-Jewish background. He was the perfect man for the task: Although raised a Jew, Paul was brought up in a Graeco-Roman context (e.g., Acts 21:39).

This background gave Paul an insider’s perspective into Graeco-Roman culture and the lives of those he was trying to reach. He engaged popular culture so he could better communicate the gospel.

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To Celebrate 25 Years, We’re Giving You $25 to Spend on Logos.com

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The first copy of Logos Bible Software shipped 25 years ago. There wasn’t much fanfare when that first batch was dropped into the mail: just a few hand-stuffed manila envelopes that found their way to the right people.

If it wasn’t for our customers, we wouldn’t be here to serve you today. Like you, we’re passionate about the Bible, and your commitment to God’s Word serves as a daily example to all of us here at Faithlife.

As a thank you for letting us serve you for all these years, we’re giving you $25 to spend on Logos.com. Just use coupon code 25YEAR. But hurry: this offer is only available until March 1.

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Free Ebook: Stress-Free Tips for Getting Started with Digital Bible Study

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It was a little less than 600 years ago when a German goldsmith transformed the way we experience the Bible.

Gutenberg’s printing press put the Bible in the hands of Christians who never had access to it before, and it kicked off a revolution in Bible study.

Now, with Bible software and other digital study tools becoming increasingly common, we’re in the midst of another shift in the way Christians engage with God’s Word.

But getting started with Bible software can be intimidating. That’s why Dr. Mark Ward wrote a new book: to help you discover ways you can use digital tools in your study today. (And now that you can get a free version of Logos Bible Software, getting started has never been simpler.)

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