Free books are always a good thing. Especially if you’re a lover of books like most scholars and pastors. But some free books are better than others. November’s free book of the month from Logos is R. T. France’s acclaimed commentary on the Gospel of Mark in the outstanding NIGTC series. Why is this such a good book choice? Because France is a premier example of a pastor/theologian and his commentary demonstrates how to couple intimate knowledge of the Greek text with spiritual profundity.[Read more…]
Words and pictures by Tavis Bohlinger. Shot on Hasselblad.
Warsaw is one of the beautifully melancholy cities I have ever visited. This past summer, the European Association of Biblical Studies was held at the University of Warsaw. The papers were mostly excellent, and the venue was exceptional, but the city itself was glorious. I took my camera along and when not chairing my seminar, headed into the city.[Read more…]
Today, November 1, Faithlife is launching the brand new Bible Study Magazine Podcast. And if you read theLAB you may want to toss it into your podcast rotation. You’ll know some of the people I talked to: Kevin Vanhoozer, Craig Evans, Wendy Widder, Mike Heiser, Vern Poythress, Michael Kruger, Danny Zacharias, and others.[Read more…]
St John’s College at Durham University in England has just announced a new Evangelical Graduate Fellowship in honor of the eminent Professor Walter Moberly. If you’ve ever dreamed of working on a PhD in theology or biblical studies at the most prestigious department of theology in the world (I’m biased, but I’m not alone in that bias), this fellowship may help to realize that dream.[Read more…]
We read and study the Bible in the original languages. That is a non-negotiable. Hebrew and Greek are as fundamental to the work of the scholar and preacher as a hammer in a toolkit. We use the original languages in our day-to-day workflow, including our digital resources. A new tool in Logos helps you do just that.[Read more…]
By Dr. Matthew Everhard | Pastor Elect, Gospel Fellowship, PCA
If you hang around someone long enough, be careful: you might end up becoming more and more like them. You may pick up some of their mannerisms. You may begin to use some of their expressions. If you truly admire them, you might even begin to dress like them or evidence other forms of sincerest flattery.[Read more…]
Words and images by Tavis Bohlinger. Shot on Hasselblad.
Aberdeen University was the proud host of this year’s International Organization for the Study of the Old Testament (IOSOT). The 23rd congress of this event was held August 4-9, 2019 in Scotland’s famous “Granite City,” so named for the granite used to construct many of the buildings in this old and stoic metropolis. In the photoessay below, I’ve attempted to bring the experience of IOSOT 2019 to you, the reader, by capturing key moments from the event and iconic images from the city.[Read more…]
by David Jones | School of Theology, SWBTS
Modern Theological Research
Today’s researcher does not suffer from a lack of information. Rather, the problem of modern research is finding the best, most relevant information for your questions quickly and efficiently. Speed and efficiency are precisely what Logos brings to searching resources. What is true of books in Logos is true of journal articles, and the Master Journal Bundle 3.1 (henceforth, MJB) provides the best collection of journal articles you can own—for the best price.[Read more…]
by R. M. Hurd
I was kindly asked to give a brief outline of my research method and ideas thereon; here are some unrefined thoughts.[Read more…]