By Logos Daily
Logos Daily Feb 04, 2021
A Conversation About the Lord's Prayer with Wesley Hill
Dr. Wesley Hill is the Associate Professor of Biblical Studies at Trinity School for Ministry. He holds degrees from Wheaton Collee, Durham University, Bethlehem College and Seminary, and he earned his PhD from Durham University.
His latest book, The Lord's Prayer: A Guide to Praying to Our Father from Lexham Press, is part of the Christian Essentials series. To order a copy of his book in Logos, go here.
For help with Logos Bible Software, visit us at logos-daily.com.
A Conversation with Madison Pierce - Hebrews Scholar
In this episode, we have the opportunity to talk to one of the leading scholars of the Biblical book of Hebrews.
Dr. Madison N. Pierce completed her PhD in 2017 and published her thesis, Divine Discourse in the Epistle to the Hebrews, with Cambridge University Press in 2020 in the SNTSMS series. While a student at TEDS, she was a Teaching Fellow in New Testament and Assistant Book Review Editor for the Trinity Journal. During her PhD, she taught several biblical studies and Greek courses and presented at many conferences, including one she co-organized. This conference led to the publication of an edited collection, Muted Voices of the New Testament (T&T Clark, 2017), for which she was a contributor as well as a co-editor (with Katherine M. Hockey and Francis Watson). She has published essays in peer-reviewed journals, such as New Testament Studies and Biblical Theology Bulletin, as well as other edited collections. She is active in ETS, IBR, and especially SBL, where she serves as Program Unit Chair for the Hebrews section at both the annual and international meetings.
Her interests are Hebrews, the Use of Scripture in Scripture, and the Catholic Epistles.
Dr. Pierce is married to Curtis. Together they have a daughter, Isla. The three of them enjoy music, traveling, and time outdoors.
The Kerusso Collective - A Conversation with Chauncey Allmond
From Logos.com: The Kerusso Collective is a group of African-American scholars, pastors, and theologians in partnership with Faithlife that aims to ensure the inclusivity of African-American content and tools in Logos so that all ethnic groups can appreciate, grow, and learn from the rich history and scholarship of the Black voice.
In this episode, we sit down with the Chancey Allmond who powerfully shares this new opportunity and direction for Logos Bible Software.
Allegiance to Jesus - A Conversation with Matthew Bates
Matthew W. Bates (Ph.D., University of Notre Dame) is Associate Professor of Theology at Quincy University. His main teaching area is the Bible and early Christian literature. He also teaches courses in Western Religion, Church History, and Christian Spirituality. Dr. Bates is an award-winning author. His popular and influential books include Gospel Allegiance (Brazos, 2019), Salvation by Allegiance Alone (Baker Academic, 2017), and The Birth of the Trinity (Oxford University Press, 2015). Current book projects on salvation and christology are underway. Dr. Bates also co-hosts OnScript, a Bible and theology podcast. He enjoys family life, hiking, baseball, and good conversation. More info on Dr. Bates, his publications, and his availability for speaking can be found at MatthewWBates.com.
To order Logos copies of Dr. Bates work, please go to https://f.ls/ei19p
The Study of the Bible with Mark Ward
On this week's episode, we have the opportunity to sit down with Dr. Mark Ward and talk about his latest book, Bibliology for Beginners: What Does the Bible Say about the Bible?
Ward is a prolific author who holds a Ph.D. in New Testament Interpretation from Bob Jones Seminary. He's an Academic Editor at Lexham Press, the editor of the Bible Study Magazine and the proprietor for byfaithweunderstand.com.
To buy his books, go to:
Authorized: The Use and Misuse of the King James Bible (Logos)
Bibliology for Beginners (Amazon)
Discourse Features of the Bible - A Conversation with Dr. Steve Runge
Dr. Steve Runge is a powerhouse of an expert in Biblical languages, specifically discourses features. Join us as we talk to him about his work with Logos Bible Software.
Intentional Preaching - A Conversation with Meirwyn Walters
In this episode, we have the opportunity to listen to Dr. Meirwyn Walters talk about his new book, Intentional Preaching, from Hendrickson Publishers.
Besides being a joy to talk to, Walters decided to write Intentional Preaching to help preachers understand the value of being intentional in our preaching. Everything from what preacher's say to non-verbal communication communicates something to the congregation. This timely resource reads more like a journal than a text book and will benefit both the seasoned preacher, those starting out and everyone in between.
To purchase Intentional Preaching, please head to this link: https://amzn.to/3nDbqt3
Dr. Scott Gibson and Dr. Karen Mason Interview - Hope in Darkness Book
In this episode, Ryland Brown sits down with Karen Mason of Gordon-Conwell Seminary and Scott Gibson of Baylor University to talk about their new book, Preaching Hope in Darkness: Help for Pastors in Addressing Suicide from the Pulpit.
To buy from Logos Bible Software: https://bit.ly/3qXFzWg
To buy from Amazon: https://amzn.to/3mdbEWo
Mike Pasquarello Interview - The Beauty of Preaching
Join us as we sit down with Dr. Mike Pasquarello to discuss his new book, The Beauty of Preaching.
Logos Copy: https://partner.logosbible.com/click.track?CID=432198&AFID=464097&nonencodedurl=https://www.logos.com/product/188855/the-beauty-of-preaching-gods-glory-in-christian-proclamation
Dr. Pasquarello is the Methodist Chair of Divinity, Director of the Robert Smith Jr. Preaching Institute, Director of Doctor of Ministry at Beeson Divinity School. He completed his Ph.D. with a focus on the history of preaching in relation to biblical interpretation, doctrine, worship, pastoral ministry, spirituality and the moral life.
The Beauty of Preaching: God's Glory in Christian Proclamation. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2020.
Dietrich: Bonhoeffer and the Theology of a Preaching Life. Waco, TX: Baylor University Press, 2017.
John Wesley: A Preaching Life. Nashville: Abingdon Press, 2010.
Christian Preaching: A Trinitarian Theology of Proclamation. Grand Rapids: Baker Academic: 2008.
Scott Lindsey Interview • Faithlife and Logos Bible Software
Join us as we talk with Faithlife's Executive Director, Scott Lindsey. Scott is a world renowned expert in Logos Bible Software and works with some of those with large platforms in the Christian community. We get to hear some of his stories from the road and how he incorporates Logos Bible Software into his personal life.
ARCHIVES 2015.09.10: Michael Heiser, The Unseen Realm
What does the Bible really say about the unseen world — unfiltered by tradition or theological presuppositions? Learn how to recover Scripture’s supernatural worldview. Learn More: http://bit.ly/UnseenRealm
Watch the interview: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W9zIuIee2uE
The psalmist declared that God presides over an assembly of divine beings (Psa. 82:1). Who are they? What does it mean when those beings participate in God’s decisions (1 Kings 22:19–23)? Why wasn’t Eve surprised when the serpent spoke to her? Why are Yahweh and his Angel fused together in Jacob’s prayer (Gen. 48:15–16)? How did descendants of the Nephilim (Gen. 6:4) survive the flood (Num. 13:33)? What are we to make of Peter and Jude’s belief in imprisoned spirits (2 Pet. 2:4; Jude 6)? Why does Paul describe evil spirits in terms of geographical rulership (thrones, principalities, rulers, authorities)? Who are the “glorious ones” that even angels dare not rebuke (2 Pet. 2:10–11)? Dr. Michael Heiser explores these biblical questions in The Unseen Realm: Recovering the Supernatural Worldview of the Bible.
The Unseen Realm presents the fruit of Dr. Heiser’s fifteen years of research into what the Bible really says about the unseen world of the supernatural. His goal is to help readers view the biblical text unfiltered by tradition or by theological presuppositions. He presents a clear biblical theology that cuts through our modern worldview that tends to ignore the unseen world. “People shouldn’t be protected from the Bible,” Dr. Heiser says. But theological systems often do just that, by “explaining away” difficult or troublesome passages of Scripture because their literal meaning doesn’t fit into our tidy systems.
In The Unseen Realm, Michael Heiser shines a light on the supernatural world—not a new light, but rather the same light the original, ancient readers—and writers—of Scripture would have seen it in, given their historical and cultural milieu. This light allows today’s pastors and scholars to understand the biblical authors’ supernatural worldview by presenting a biblical theology that embraces, rather than avoids, the unseen realm.
ARCHIVES 2017.03.14: Shaun Tabatt
Shaun Tabatt is a marketing machine — always pushing the envelop in all sorts of areas including podcasting, health, book publishing, and ... coffee! Here's your chance to get to know him. I suggest you do: - Over 10k podcast downloads in February, The Shaun Tabatt Show. - Lost 50+ pounds in 2016 (thanks to Laura Harris Smith). - Has 9 kids (seriously, nine). - Works at Bethany House Publishers and Chosen Books. - And is hacking his own mid-life crisis.
Learn More: http://www.shauntabatt.com/
Watch the interview: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=co1BMr8a6sA
ARCHIVES 2017.05.03: Erik Michael, Songs for the Church
Erik Michael Gaylo is a Worship Leader and Songwriter from Upstate New York. His heart for writing songs and building into the local church has taken him into basements in his local community and to stadium stages shared with artists such as Casting Crowns. Erik Michael brings a level of sincerity and rawness to his songs and approach to ministry that is born out of everyday life, and is purposed to reflect the love of Jesus Christ.
Learn More: http://www.erikmichaelblog.com/
Watch the interview: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=37u2ZGgVv9M
ARCHIVES 2017.03.11: Bob Goff and Maria Goff, Love Lives Here
Maria and Bob Goff, do you know the names? Sometimes you get the chance to sit down and chat with people like Bob Goff and Sweet Maria Goff, people who have helped shapes the lives of millions of people around the world. For those wondering, yeah, you're right, Bob is that balloon guy" who wrote Love Does. And when I say that you sometimes get the opportunity, I mean sometimes in the same sense as winning the lottery (and not just because that's how I felt that day).
I recently had the very rare chance to hop on the phone with both Maria Goff and Bob Goff during launch week of Love Lives Here and here's what I learned from our chat: https://www.bravedaily.com/2017/03/11/maria-and-bob-goff-book-interview/
ARCHIVES 2017.04.01: Matthew West, Hello My Name Is
Matthew West is with us as we discuss his new book Hello My Name Is. Listen or watch the interview to learn more about his book.
Read More: http://www.bravedaily.com/2017/04/01/matthew-west-book-hello-name-live/
ARCHIVES 2017.03.07: Barnabas Piper and The Curious Christian
we interview Barnabas Piper about his new book, The Curious Christian. 📖 http://amzn.to/2kzCiNA
Curiosity is such a childish word, right? Not so fast. Just because we grow up doesn’t mean we should lose our wonder at the world, or the people around us. When we do, we lose so much because curious is how God made us to be. Without curiosity a Christian’s life is incomplete. His relationship with God is incomplete. His connections to others are incomplete. He doesn’t know how to interact with the world around him—politics, media, art, entertainment, science, and so much more simply fly past or overwhelm him.
Without curiosity he can never discover deep things, deep connections God tucked below the banal surface of life. Author Barnabas Piper explores what curiosity is, and how it affects relationships. What if people so sought to learn about each other that the most unlikely people became advocates and friends? It would be transformative, and it would stem from curiosity.
Learn more about the book: http://amzn.to/2kzCiNA
ARCHIVES 2017.03.23: Trevin Wax, CSB Bible
Trevin Wax is managing editor of The Gospel Project at LifeWay Christian Resources, a pastor, contributing editor to Christianity Today, and the author of previous books including Counterfeit Gospels and Holy Subversion. Trevin lives with his wife and children in Nashville.
Learn about the 2017 CSB Study Bible: http://amzn.to/2nacXtO
The CSB Study Bible offers the award-winning Holman study system, which includes over 15,000 study notes, tools, word studies, and articles from respected Bible scholars. The result is a study Bible that helps the reader better understand and apply the life-transforming message of God’s written Word. Features include: 16,124 study notes, 368 word studies, 94 photographs, 61 timelines, 55 maps, 44 paintings, 34 articles, 21 illustrations/reconstructions, 19 charts, Book introductions and outlines, Concordance, Center-column cross-references, Smyth-sewn binding, Presentation section, Two-column text, Topical subheadings, and more. The CSB Study Bible features the highly reliable, highly readable text of the Christian Standard Bible (CSB), which stays as literal as possible to the Bible’s original meaning without sacrificing clarity. The CSB’s optimal blend of accuracy and readability makes Scripture more moving, more memorable, and more motivating to read and share with others.