2 Ways Jesus Is the Word of God: Revelation and Logos

There are at least two senses in Scripture in which Jesus is the word of God. Though related, one has to do with the idea of revelation, and the other with the Greek word logos. [Read more…]

Mark Your Calendar for June 17—for 2 Reasons

You have until June 17 at midnight to save up to 44% on some of the most important works of theology ever written.

And if systematic theology isn’t really your thing: [Read more…]

When the New York Times and Billy Graham Agreed on Theology

The most important work of evangelical theology in modern times.

— Kenneth Briggs, New York Times

Establishes [Carl] Henry as the leading theologian of the nation’s evangelical flank.

— Richard Ostling, Time Magazine [Read more…]

Pastor as Sheepdog: Working Hard but Wagging His Tail

By Harold L. Senkbeil

Some years ago while traveling in Great Britain I watched a televised sheepdog competition, a contest testing the ability of shepherds and their dogs to guide a small flock of sheep through a maze. It astonished me to see how closely the dogs worked in synch with their shepherd/masters, deftly guiding those unruly sheep toward the intended goal no matter how intent they were to run off in all directions at once. [Read more…]

Review: An Introduction to the Greek New Testament Produced at Tyndale House, Cambridge

Dirk Jongkind’s Introduction to the Greek New Testament Produced at Tyndale House, Cambridge is a short, simple, and excellent introduction to New Testament textual criticism. It has such a long title because it also tells a bit of the story behind the new Tyndale House Greek New Testament (THGNT), the goal of which is “to give the text of the original Greek as accurately as possible.” (Anyone interested in textual criticism or involved in academic biblical studies should have the new THGNT—and it happens to be on Pre-Pub in Logos right now.)
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Bad Bible Interpretation Really Can Hurt People

Anyone who teaches the Word of God wants people excited about exploring Scripture. Ultimately, you want to turn listeners into competent students so that they can teach others. Along the way, you have to deal with a lot of mistaken methods and conclusions. But so what? Hey—having folks engaged in studying the Bible is more important than what they actually think they see in it. It’s no concern that what most Christians think is [Read more…]

Learning Logos: Access Notebooks and Collections from the Docs Menu

Our Logos Bible Software continues to expand and improve. Often it’s a small improvement that creates a big impact. Case in point is a recent 8.5 tweak: Notebooks and Collections were added as Filters on the Docs menu. [Read more…]

Outer Edges: Who Are You Forgetting in Your Sermons?

Most preaching is aimed at the people in the middle. How do we preach so people on the edges can feast, too?

By Patricia Batten

I preached on five verses in the first chapter of Mark’s Gospel. In verses 40–45, Mark tells us about a man who lived on the outer edges of society. [Read more…]

A Good Counselor Meets the Wonderful Counselor: David Powlison (1949–2019)

David Powlison’s story stands out in modern debates that ask, “What has Christianity to do with psychology?” Powlison’s life rose to answer this question.

Before becoming a biblical counselor, David Powlison spent four years working in psychiatric hospitals, during which time he came to Christ. Every day he wrestled with the question: What can the gospel say to people with frightening and devastating psychiatric diagnoses? [Read more…]

Thanks a Million: New Record on the Logos Forums

The Logos forums have reached an important milestone—1,000,000 posts on over 144,000 threads from more than 250,000 users.

A special shoutout to our forum MVPs, a select group of Logos wizards who go above and beyond to answer questions and help others experience the power of Logos.

If you’re not in the forums yet, you should join. Here are five reasons to get involved:

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