Throwing Cheese to the Glory of God

Paul describes the Christian life as the process of “being transformed into the same image [of Christ] from one degree of glory to another” (2 Cor 3:18). There is an upward and downward reading of this text. One reading will transform and the other deform us. [Read more…]

Get a Guided Tour of the History of Trinitarianism

More resources on the Trinity? Haven’t we (collectively) said all there is to say?

We’ll let Dr. Fred Sanders answer that. Sanders is the author of several books and teaches theology at Biola University. He recently recorded a brand-new Mobile Ed course on the Trinity called, History of the Doctrine of the Trinity. [Read more…]

Where Your Faith Meets the Newest Tech

Explore the intersection of Bible and technology at this year’s BibleTech conference, coming to Seattle on April 11–12, 2019.

Learn about advances in biblical studies from over 25 leaders in the tech, Bible translation, and publishing industries. Plan on discovering new ways technological advances equip us to explore and share God’s Word. [Read more…]

How Is the Free Version of Logos Different from the Paid?

Logos 8 Basic is now available for free download.

A feature-light version of Logos 8, Basic is ideal for anyone just beginning their Logos journey.

If you want to jump to the next step up, consider Logos 8 Fundamentals.

Here’s a bit about how the two compare. [Read more…]

Does God Always Give Second Chances? John Says “No.”


It’s a common myth that God will always bring us back to repentance. This myth is debunked in the first letter of John. While John writes that “if we confess our sins, he is faithful and just to forgive us our sins and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness” (1 John 1:9), he also tells us that sometimes God never gives us another chance to confess our sins and be forgiven. [Read more…]

Individual Commentary Sale: Anchor Yale Bible Just $20

For a limited time, get any Anchor Yale Bible commentary for just $20 each.

Even if you’ve been a Bible scholar for 20 years, some books require more intense study than others. [Read more…]

Did the Gospel Writers Make a Mistake?

Five gospels record the life of Jesus. Four you will find in books and one you will find in the land they call holy. Read the fifth gospel and the world of the four will open to you.

– Eusebius Jerome

Possibly the most beautiful, serene place in all of the Galilee is the Mount of Beatitudes (or Mount Eremos in Greek, meaning “solitary” or “uninhabited”). [Read more…]

How to Activate the Outline Formatting Visual Filter

Digital resources offer many advantages over their print counterparts— portability, accessibility, and exportability to name a few.

Another rather obvious plus? Electronic resources use no paper! With print books, publishers have to concern themselves with page count. Thus, in an attempt to conserve space, information may be crammed on a page making the reading more challenging. [Read more…]

Every Good Sermon Has These 3 Qualities

Sometimes when people think about preaching, they think about a bunch of rules (i.e., there are three things that go into an introduction; the ways in which you make a good outline; if you are going to use illustrations, you ought to have one for every point). Those are the kinds of rules you get. [Read more…]

The Greek Powerhouse Your Study Is Missing

Let’s talk about Greek, and what you need to master it—to gain fluency.

You must study. That means years of hard labor bent over grammars and ancient texts, speaking ancient Greek with strangers on Skype, even dreaming in Koine.

Sound like too much? Perhaps mastery at that level isn’t a priority, but exegesis is really important to you. [Read more…]