Dive into more detail to select your commentaries plus get three additional Logos Bible Software tips and a time and money-saving bonus.
Michel Pauw shares four strategies to help you decide which commentaries would be a good addition to your personal Logos library.
As awe-inspiring and transformational as the Word of God is, we do a great disservice to God’s Word by delivering it in a dull and boring manner. If the Word is alive, then the one delivering it should speak as though they are made alive by its truths! After...
Logos Bible Software is an indispensable tool for apologetic research and work. Read on to learn specific examples and more.
TLDR; Consider how you plan to use Logos regularly.Consider how different Logos platforms will support your reading, study, and research objectives.Consider the Logos library size needed to support your reading, study and research objectives. Hint 1: Watch (the...
One of the most beneficial tools a Christian may have is Bible software. It can help you study the Bible more effectively and save you time. Let’s look at how Bible software can save you time.
Logos Bible Software dropped Logos 9 in late 2020, and we take a minute to see how we feel about it months later.
What does beauty have to do with healing the fragmentation within our churches? According to Michael Pasquarello, everything.
Another Gospel? describes the journey Alisa Childers took over as she wrestled with questions that struck at the core of the Christian faith.
Longman engages four particular issues in a way that is thorough, but readable to the average Christian without an advanced degree in biblical studies.
For a lot of people, the Old Testament is just that—the Old Testament. We’ve got a new one so we might as well focus on that one, right?
Something needs to change. How many times have you uttered those words?
Knowing my Enneagram type helps me to live my story with God in a more authentic way.
May It Be So by McRoberts and Erickson is a book you will return to because it shows what God can do in and through your prayer life.
Can we trust the gospels? Peter J. Williams has created a book that is short and easy to read. It sets out to prove that we can indeed trust the Gospels as they were written.