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The Bible as “Myth”

C.S. Lewis famously called the gospel of Christ’s death, burial, and resurrection “True Myth.” What he meant was that 1) it really happened (“True”) and 2) it serves as a worldview-forming grand story (“Myth”) for Christians. Other religions and...

Crossing the Sacred and Secular Divide

Christians often fall prey to the notion that the sacred and secular should be separated. While it’s true that Jesus has called us into his Kingdom, he has also called us back into the world from which we were rescued. Our faith must be grounded in...

The Most Used Words in the Bible

I caved. Somebody sent me one of those time-wasting links you know you’re not supposed to click on if you want to get any work done. But I couldn’t help it. “Find out what your most used words on Facebook are,” the link said. I was like Digory at...

Helping Students Keep Up with Greek

Here’s a great question for you Greek students to ask, and a helpful (I hope) answer for you Greek teachers to give. J.H. writes: I am a second-year student in [a theological seminary] in Nigeria. I am presently taking Greek Grammar 1. My challenge...

Resource Updates: June–July 2015

Whenever a resource you own is updated, you’ll get that new content—for free—so your Logos library is always becoming more valuable and staying up to date with the latest improvements. Here’s a list of Logos resources that were updated...

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