If you’re in the mood for some profoundly thought-provoking reading, I recommend working your way through some of Thomas Howard’s books. Whether you adhere to the teachings of the Catholic church, or find your comfort in Evangelical doctrines, the writings of Thomas Howard will move you. Ten of his books are being made available on your Logos digital library for pre-order in the Select Works of Thomas Howard.[Read more…]
The past few weeks have seen new jobs introduced to the market around the world, from Seoul to Dallas, Zurich to Iowa. Happy hunting.[Read more…]
In the following interview, Jacob Cerone discusses his recent translation of Adolf von Harnack’s work on 1 Clement. This book is an invaluable addition to Early Church studies as well as another window into the scholarship and teaching of Harnack himself. We hope you enjoy the intervew below, and make sure to get a copy of Cerone’s book here.[Read more…]
The intersection between Christianity and science is fascinating subject material, especially in regards to the question of origins: is the Christian faith intrinsically opposed to evolutionary theory, or can Christian exegesis and doctrine find harmony with modern scientific consensus on how the world came to be?[Read more…]
One of the best features of Logos Bible Software is the ability to view multiple commentaries at once, all synced to the exact verse you are studying in your selected Bible.
When working in the New Testament, one of your synced commentaries should be a Pillar New Testament Commentary (PNTC). The 18-volume set is now on pre-order for Logos at a major discount.[Read more…]
by Timothy H. Lim | University of Edinburgh
An announcement by the Israel Antiquities Authority (IAA) on March 16, 2021 highlighted the discovery of fragments of biblical “Dead Sea Scrolls.” What have been found and what potential contribution do they make to our knowledge of the transmission, translation, and revision of the biblical texts in antiquity?[Read more…]
The sixth interview in our series on the OUP Handbooks is with Matthew Levering, co-editor of The Oxford Handbook of the Trinity. Some of the best of the Oxford Handbooks series are entering the Logos digital library, and they are currently available at a discounted pre-order price. Individual volumes are available, or you can also save money investing in the 8-volume Oxford Handbooks Biblical Studies Collection or the 26-volume Oxford Handbooks Religion Collection.
In what follows, Matthew and I discuss various aspects of the Trinity handbook, including the vast scope of the work and what makes this resource distinct amongst other works on the Trinity.[Read more…]
The following jobs have been advertised the last few weeks throughout the world for the academic job market in theological and biblical studies, from Alberta to Portland, San Diego to Cologne. Happy hunting.[Read more…]
The fifth interview in our series on the OUP Handbooks is with Paul Dafydd Jones and Paul T. Nimmo, co-editors of The Oxford Handbook of Karl Barth. In what follows, we discuss various aspects of the work including the depth of the essays and what makes this resource distinct amongst other works on Karl Barth.[Read more…]