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Why Is It Important to Pray?

By John Bornshein Why is it important to pray? Knowing the answer—and then doing something with that knowledge—has the power to change our lives. How, exactly? Read on. This excerpt comes from A Prayer Warrior’s Guide to Spiritual Battle: The Front...

How to Nab All the Features of Logos 9

People are loving the awesome new features of Logos’ newest version. It’s astonishing how good the Factbook is. I’m kinda blown away. Incredibly fast, ridiculously broad and deep coverage, pleasant to navigate—it’s just a real treat. —James M. Thank...

Two Types of Blessings in Genesis

Dr. Erika Moore talks about her work on the Psalms (0:10), and Dr. Mark Futato explains the meaning of “bless” in Genesis (1:45). Dive into the Psalms Explore the Psalms with a blend of exegesis and historical commentary in The Psalms as Christian...

Why Are There Gospel Differences?

In this Faithlife Live webinar, hear from Mike Licona, who will discuss why reading the Gospels as first-century biographies of Jesus that conform to the literary conventions of that era explains why they often tell the same story differently. Mike...

Problems with Bible Translations

Dr. Steve Runge discusses verses like Romans 8:28 that create challenges for Bible translators (:10), and get an animated look at Psalm 36:5–9 (2:50). Get more insight into Romans with High Definition Commentary: Romans If you want more of Dr...

Does the Bible Contradict Science?

John Walton explains the interaction between God’s world and God’s Word (0:10), followed by an animated video highlighting why the cultural context of Scripture matters to modern readers (5:10). Study the culture and context of the Old Testament To...

The Bible Summarized in One Sentence

 Dr. Andrew Naselli summarizes the entire Bible in one sentence (:10), and a Logos Pro teaches how to use the Proverbs Explorer tool (2:05). Study the New Testament with Dr. Andrew Naselli Introducing the New Testament: A Short Guide to Its History...