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Proclaim the truths of Scripture as you guide your congregation or classroom through the Bible. The Preaching the Word commentary series was written for you, enriching even your personal study of the Bible with page-turning exposition on 43 New and Old Testament books. Written by preachers for preachers, this down-to-earth series meets pastors and teachers at any level, without compromising Scripture’s significant theological and practical meaning.
Now including Christopher R. Seitz’s volume on Colossians, this commentary tackles exploring theological interpretation—a potentially divisive chore most commentaries shy away from—on some of the most theologically packed books of the Bible. Protestant, Catholic, and Orthodox scholars contribute a wellspring of knowledge in a widely accessible, but broadly academic way.
Combining our previous two Classic Commentaries and Studies on Philippians collections—as well as six other classic works—this giant collection is ideal for any level of exegetical or hermeneutical study on Philippians. Familiar authors like Alfred Plummer, John Calvin, F.B. Meyer, and C.J. Ellicott join 29 other authors to bring you 33 different perspectives and scholarly backgrounds for approaching and interpreting Philippians.
Now updated through 2014, Themelios provides in-depth theological work on a variety of issues—from the study of Scripture to contemporary movements in the church. Book reviews, editorials, and opinion pieces provide thought-provoking insights into challenging contemporary issues. And with articles written by D.A. Carson, Rodney Decker, J.V. Fesko, Wayne Grudem, Stanley Porter, and many others, these articles are guaranteed to keep you coming back. You’ll especially want these in Logos 6, as this journal is tagged to appear in the Journals section of your Passage Guide and Factbook, automatically bringing the relevant discussions right into your own studies.
From Augustine to C.S. Lewis and Francis of Assisi to Jonathan Edwards, Christian History Magazine spans 2,000 years of tumultuous history, from the dangers of early American missionary work to the growth and persecution of Christians in Russia, India, China, Nazi Germany, and beyond. Get fascinating articles on the Puritans, the Huguenots, and the Waldensians. Study the birth of Western monasticism and the medieval shift that facilitated the Crusades. These 108 magazines will flood your library with very readable biographies, events, movements, and periods relevant to the legacy of every Christian. And when studying significant movements and Christians in your Logos 6 Factbook, related articles from this magazine appear as links.
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