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Top 10 Free Resources

Logos 9 Basic

This free version of Logos Bible Software puts insights from across all of Scripture—and a collection of key biblical resources—right at your fingertips. With Logos 9 Basic, you’ll do basic Bible study tasks and see for yourself how Logos can help you discover, understand, and share more of the biblical insights you crave. Customize a Bible reading plan, take notes and highlight, consult devotionals and commentaries, and more—all with the help of intuitive, interactive tools.

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Faithlife Study Bible

The Faithlife Study Bible is the world’s largest study Bible, designed for digital with multiple layers of notes. It includes infographics, videos, tables, timelines, and over a hundred articles written by scholars and pastors across the world. Three layers of notes allow you to dig deeper in the text as you find answers to your biblical questions. Based on the original languages of the Bible, it is translation independent, with seven supported English translations in the notes.

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Lexham Intro Collection (5 vols.)

Get started using Logos Bible Software with a collection of high quality Bible study resources—for free! With the Lexham Intro Collection, you’ll get right into the study of the Word. With an English Bible and Greek New Testament, an audio New Testament, a Bible dictionary, the world’s most advanced study Bible, and a 365-day devotional, you’ll begin to see why Logos Bible Software is the most acclaimed Bible software for serious biblical study. Whether using your tablet, phone, desktop, or Mac, this collection provides a well-rounded introduction to biblical studies in Logos.

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LT271: Study the Bible with Logos: Jonah 1

In LT271, the Logos Pro Team helps you progress from simple Bible reading to serious Bible study, along with practical application of the powerful tools in Logos Bible Software. Through a case study on Jonah 1:1-16, you’ll learn to Observe, Interpret, and Apply the Bible, an efficient and rewarding method you can use with any passage of Scripture. We’ll teach you ten specific steps in Bible study, and show you how to use the tools in Logos to gain the most insight from every step.

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The Tragedy of Julius Caesar

Caesar’s assassination is just the halfway point of Julius Caesar. The first part of the play leads to his death; the second portrays the consequences. As the action begins, Rome prepares for Caesar’s triumphal entrance. Brutus, Caesar’s friend and ally, fears that Caesar will become king, destroying the republic. Cassius and others convince Brutus to join a conspiracy to kill Caesar.

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Logos Tutorials: Get the Most from Your Books

This tutorial is designed to help you engage effectively with the resources you use in Logos, such as Bibles, commentaries, and lexicons. The Logos environment allows you to not only read resources but adjust their display mode, turn on automatic highlights, link resources to each other, quickly navigate to different locations within a resource, and much more.

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Ralph West’s Weaving the Textual Web Workflow

This workflow for preparing a sermon is adapted from “Weaving the Textual Web” by Ralph West from the book Power in the Pulpit: How America’s Most Effective Black Preachers Prepare Their Sermons, edited by Cleophus J. LaRue (Westminster John Knox, 2002). The material is adapted with the permission of the author and the publisher. The workflow walks you through the preparation process for writing a biblical sermon with relevant applications. The preacher’s essential task is to communicate the Word with the centrality of Christ in proclamation. Preparing a sermon is like weaving a web from many components, much like a textile crafts worker weaves multicolored fabric from single fibers. Just as weaving is an intricate process, so is the writing of a sermon. Upon completing the workflow, you will have given thought to your overall plan for several sermons and written a manuscript for an upcoming service.

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Still Not Professionals: Ten Pleas for Today's Pastors

Still Not Professionals: Ten Pleas for Today's Pastors is a celebration and extension of John Piper's Brothers, We Are Not Professionals. With two brief exhortations from Piper and eight others from veteran pastors, this short ebook aims to strengthen and challenge Christians in general, and pastors in particular, for the labor of everyday life and ministry. The contributors were asked to express their “heart of hearts” for fellow leaders. You'll find these chapters tap into profound hu

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ESV Hear the Word Audio Bible

Now the complete ESV Bible comes alive in audio format! The new ESV Hear the Word Audio Bible provides more than 75 hours of Bible reading, conveniently captured in digital form for listening at home, in your car, or on your mobile device. The word-for-word precision, literary excellence, dignity, and beauty of the ESV Bible come through with remarkable clarity in this audio recording. The ESV Hear the Word Audio Bible is ideal for busy commuters, people on the go, and for the visually impaired—anyone who prefers to listen to as well as read the Bible. Now you can listen to precise word-for-word translation of the ESV and engage with the Word of God like never before.

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The Abridged Brown-Driver-Briggs Hebrew-English Lexicon of the Old Testament

From A Hebrew and English Lexicon of the Old Testament by Francis Brown, S. R. Driver, and Charles Briggs, based on the lexicon of Wilhelm Gesenius. Edited by Richard Whitaker (Princeton Theological Seminary). Text provided by Princeton Theological Seminary.

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