Study how the historic creeds and councils of Christianity treat any passage of the Bible. With the Confessional Documents Collection and the new Confessional Documents Dataset, you’ll see all Scripture references from the historic creeds and confessions and their commentaries. Imagine studying Romans 6—and then seeing if it came up at the Council of Nicea, Trent, or the Synod of Dort. Imagine seeing how the Augsburg Confession, the Arminian Confession, and the Schleitheim Confession use 1 Peter 5. And then imagine Luther’s Catechism, the Heidelberg Catechism, the Westminster Catechism, and the Orthodox Catechism all showing you their use of Genesis 2.
The Confessional Documents Collection and the new Confessional Documents Dataset (exclusive to Logos Now) make all of this possible. You get not only primary documents from the historic creeds and confessions of faith, but commentaries, sermons, and historical accounts of each significant church document. Incorporate historic Christianity’s church documents into your Scripture study—study with the Confessional Documents Collection.
Curious how these resources work in Logos? Watch the video below to see for yourself where you’ll be using them: