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October 28 2015, 4AM

Everyone familiar with the Bible knows it talks about angels and demons. But most would be surprised to learn that there’s no verse in the Bible that explains where demons came from. Christians typically assume that demons are fallen angels, cast from h... [Misc.] [mike heiress] [the unseen realm]

May 26, 4AM

Lexicons are commonly used for studying biblical languages. It may shock you, then, that I discourage beginning Hebrew and Greek students from using them. I’m not kidding. I’d be happy if beginning students never used them. I don’t diminish lexicon... [Misc.] [Training] [Beginning Greek and Hebrew] [Bible study] [Greek] [Hebrew] [Lexicons] [Michael Heiser] [mobile ed] [word studies]

April 11 2014, 12 PM

Judaism and Christianity disagree in a number of ways. The most fundamental impasse is obviously Jesus. Christians embrace Jesus as the God of Israel incarnate, the messiah who came to earth to offer himself as an atoning sacrifice for the sins of humanit... [Misc]

November 27 2013, 3PM

Earlier this year, the era of Logos Mobile Education began with the Pre-Pub release of the Bible and Doctrine Foundations bundle. Mobile Ed brings the professors, the library, the visual demonstrations of software features, and the online classroom commu... [Misc] [Products] [bible and doctrine foundations] [distance education] [logos mobile ed] [mobile education]

October 23, 9AM

Logos Bible Software recently announced an exciting opportunity for formal training in biblical and theological studies: Logos Mobile Education. Mobile Ed brings the professors, the library, the visual demonstrations of software features, and the online c... [Company] [Products] [academic] [bethel] [carl sanders] [learning] [mobile ed] [Study]

October 14, 3PM

A few months ago, the era of Logos Mobile Education began with the Pre-Pub release of the Bible and Doctrine Foundations bundle. Mobile Ed brings the professors, the library, the visual demonstrations of software features, and the online classroom commun... [Products] [doctrine] [education] [learning] [seminary] [Training]

October 3, 9AM

A few months ago, the era of Logos Mobile Education began with the Pre-Pub release of the Bible and Doctrine Foundations bundle. Mobile Ed brings the professors, the library, the visual demonstrations of software features, and the online classroom commun... [Misc] [doctrine] [mobile education] [payment plans] [theology]

August 9, 9AM

Since the announcement of Logos Mobile Education and my own subsequent posts on our plans for the Mobile Ed curriculum and how the Logos digital library ecosystem distinguishes Mobile Ed from all other distance education models, response has been steady. ... [Products] [bible and doctrine foundations] [distance education] [educational resources] [mobile ed] [mobile education] [Pre-Pub]

July 11, 1PM

A few weeks ago, Logos announced a new division: Logos Mobile Education. The purpose of Mobile Ed is to go beyond our historical goal of equipping people to do Bible study; now we’re going to provide academic-quality biblical and theological instruction... [Products] [distance education] [logos mobile education] [mobile ed]

July 9, 1PM

Next year will mark my 10th year of online seminary teaching. While my full-time job is with Logos as its academic editor, I’ve never completely said goodbye to being a professor, the job that I had while finishing graduate school. My transition to Logo... [Misc] [distance education] [logos mobile education] [mobile ed] [mobile education]

July 8, 2PM

Logos recently announced a new division: Logos Mobile Education (Mobile Ed). With Mobile Ed, we’re going beyond simply equipping users to do Bible study. Now we’re also providing instruction in biblical content. That announcement has generated a l... [Misc] [logos mobile education] [mobile ed]