Logos Bible Software – Review

I first encountered what is today known as Logos Bible Software when over 10 years ago I purchased a CD-Rom (remember them?) containing the then Libronix library system and a copy of the Word Biblical Commentary. It was a useful piece of software, allowing quick research and facilitating cross-referencing through a set of internal hyperlinks. At […]

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Take Flight with Logos

Here’s a great little idea from Logos. Over the course of 2,000 years, Christianity has spread to every corner of the world. According to the Pew Research Center, there are 2.4 billion Christians in the world, a staggering 33% of the entire world population—and that’s just today. That figure doesn’t account for the billions of […]

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More Free Christian Resources

Every so often I want to publish a list of free resources that are available. Some are recent, some I’ve had knocking around for a while but never got to posting up. ESV Global Study Bible. This is a great offer. Crossway Books has made their ESV Global Study Bible available free in eBook form (ePub […]

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17 Free R.C. Sproul books!

Logos are currently offering a sensational set of books for free! In the Crucial Questions Series, renowned pastor and theologian R.C. Sproul provides succinct yet comprehensive explanations of essential Christian teachings. Covering theological topics such as the Trinity, the Holy Spirit, baptism, and providence, Sproul also looks at practical questions such as how to deal with guilt […]

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lots of free resources

who doesn’t love free stuff? Here’s a list of some great recent and free ebooks and other publications. First, via Challies God, the Gospel, and the Gay Challenge — A Response to Matthew Vines. A comprehensive response to Matthew Vines’ “God and the Gay Christian”. Al Mohler has edited this substantial ebook. Vines floats most of the (frankly) […]

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