Logos Bible Software

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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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John Piper’s Ask Questions Method Workflow

The Ask Questions Bible study method is adapted from John Piper’s article “How to Read the Bible for Yourself” and is used by permission from Desiring God. See also John’s expanded article “Unlock the Riches of Scripture: How I Discover Meaning in the Bible” and his book Reading the Bible Supernaturally: Seeing and Savoring the Glory of God in Scripture. These three principles will help you as you ask questions about the text. Principle 1: Read for the author’s meaning, not your own. When we read, we want to know what an author intended us to see and experience in his writing. He had an intention when he wrote. Nothing will ever change that. It is there as a past, objective event in history. We are not reading simply for subjective experiences. We are reading to discover more about objective reality. I’m not content with what comes to my mind when I read it. The meaning of a sentence, or a word, or a letter is what the author intended for us to understand by it.

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Are People Basically Good?

The philosopher Blaise Pascal called man “the supreme paradox,” because compared to all other creatures, he is both the most magnificent and the most miserable. What did Pascal mean? The answer goes to the heart of what the Bible says about man. Man is created in the image of God, but the Bible also tells us that man has fallen into sin and become corrupt. In Are People Basically Good?, Dr. R.C. Sproul explores the nature of mankind by looking at what it means to be made in the image of God and...

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Duke Databank of Documentary Papyri (256 vols.)

The Duke Databank of Documentary Papyri (256 vols.) is a collection of rare ancient manuscripts. These documents were written on various forms of writing material including papyri, ostraca, and wood tablets. This collection is solely compiled of documentary papyri: personal letters, receipts, various political documents, and other correspondence.

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Book of Common Prayer (1979) Daily Office Lectionary

The Book of Common Prayer (1979) Daily Office Lectionary contains the two-year cycle of daily readings from the Episcopal Church's Book of Common Prayer of 1979.

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The Confessions of St. Augustine (audio)

Augustine of Hippo is one of the most important thinkers for Western theology and philosophy. His understanding of the self, of sin, of redemption, and of sanctification set the tone for all subsequent theology. Even those who disagree with him must still interact with the effects of his thought. In his Confessions, Augustine gives a theocentric testimonial of his conversion experience and his growing understanding of God. This crucial work introduced the idea of the inner self to the world. It was the first work that struggled to understand the inner life—the life of the mind. Its place at the beginning of the development of the autobiography is undeniable.

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Selections from the Psalms: Part One (6.5 hour course)

This course explores 18 selected psalms from the Psalter, the prayer book of the Bible and the early church. You will be encouraged and inspired by Israel's worship and praise of God as Creator. You will also come to sense how these ancient songs and prayers shaped the lives of God's people and sense the call of the Davidic kingdom that resounds throughout many of the psalms. This course will examine themes of celebration, including praise for God's glory and his presence, as well as thanksgiving for his lovingkindness and faithfulness. It will also examine the lament of God's people for challenges they faced, losses and injustices suffered, and the hope they found in the middle of distress or disaster.

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The Philocalia of Origen

The present volume contains a selection of scriptural problems and their solutions from various treatises of Origen. It is generally thought that the book, and also the division and titles of its chapters, were the work of the Church fathers Basil the Great and Gregory Nazianzen, and mailed by Gregory to Theodore, Bishop of Tyana.

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Sanctification in the Everyday: Three Sermons by John Piper

How does the cross and victory of Jesus affect your everyday sanctification?

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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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