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December 21 2015, 1PM

The new year is around the corner, which means now is the time to start thinking about how you want to grow, what you want to learn, and how you’re going to get there in 2016. Many people who desire rich theological education—but can’t move across t... [Products] [seminary] [sale] [mobile ed]

December 15, 3PM

The Mobile Ed team has been hard at work putting the finishing touches on a number of fantastic courses, just in time for Christmas (we’re also having a Christmas sale). Many of these courses are shipping in two days, which means you can save up to ... [Products] [mobile ed]

December 10, 3PM

We’re celebrating Advent by giving away dozens of free books and beautiful Advent Art. In this post, Ryan Rotz reflects on the unexpected Advent lessons he’s learned from a notorious historical figure. King Herod the Great is known by most Chr... [articles] [Advent] [Herod] [Rome]

September 23, 12 PM

When I read the New Testament, sometimes I feel like a director who has just been handed an unfinished screenplay. The dialogue and descriptions are scarce. The characters are doing things that don’t make sense. The story isn’t cohesive. The ending is... [Misc.] [1 Peter] [Ashland seminary] [cultural context] [desilva] [mobile ed] [New Testament] [seminary]

May 12, 12 PM

The use of language, whether it’s Greek or English, spoken or written, is a true art form—perhaps the only one we practice every day. Instead of choosing colors from a palette or notes from a scale, we choose from a list of vocabulary, grammar, and li... [Misc.] [Products] [Bible study] [Biblical Interpretation] [discourse analysis] [hermeneutics] [Logos Bible Software] [logos mobile education] [mobile ed] [mobile ed videos] [mobile education] [Steve Runge]

May 4, 4AM

With a research tool as powerful as Logos, having a guide show you how to use it to its fullest potential is a must. More valuable still is having this guide available down the road—when you really need it. In LT161 Logos Academic Training, certified tr... [Misc.] [Products] [Training] [Camp Logos] [desktop training] [free training] [how to use logos] [learn to use logos] [Logos Bible Software] [logos training] [mobile ed] [Morris Proctor] [Morris Proctor Seminars] [mp seminars] [tutuorial] [video training]

April 22, 12 PM

Many pastors who attend seminary find that the traditional approach to learning Greek and Hebrew does not work for them. First-year courses usually focus on memorizing charts, paradigms, vocabulary, and more. The overwhelming amount of memorization causes... [Products] [Biblical Greek] [Biblical Hebrew] [distance] [distance education] [distance learning] [Greek] [Hebrew] [learn Greek and Hebrew] [mobile ed] [mobile education] [seminary]

March 24, 4AM

“Building a sermon is kind of like being an architect,” says Dr. Kent Edwards. “[If] you travel around the world, you’re going to see that there are many different styles of buildings. . . . Architecture is remarkably different, but there [are] ce... [Products] [kent edwards] [logos mobile ed] [logos mobile education] [mobile ed] [Preaching] [preaching and discipling f] [Sermons]

March 10, 4AM

Last week we had the privilege of working with Dr. David Baker in the Mobile Ed studio, filming a few of his upcoming courses on the Old Testament. Dr. Baker is a highly respected Old Testament scholar and prolific author. Some of his works include The N... [Products] [David W. Baker] [logos mobile ed] [logos mobile education] [mobile ed] [old testament]

February 10, 5AM

In a recent episode of the Mobile Ed Conversations podcast, former US Army chaplain Jeff Struecker discussed his journey in the Army Rangers and the call to ministry he received the day after he was involved in the battle that the film Black Hawk Down is ... [Products] [Chaplain] [chaplaincy bundle] [jeff struecker] [logos mobile ed] [logos mobile education] [mobile ed] [mobile ed conversations] [podcast] [Pre-Pub] [pre-publication] [us army]

January 29, 1PM

There has been a recent influx of successful Hollywood films based on biblical stories. Last year’s Noah and the more recent Exodus: Gods and Kings have been popular at the box office, but controversial among Christians for their departures from the bib... [Products] [Biblical Studies] [Exodus] [Exodus: Gods and Kings] [logos mobile ed] [logos mobile education] [mobile ed] [old testament] [Pre-Pub] [pre-publication] [Tremper Longman]

August 15 2014, 2PM

Since spring, you may have noticed volumes from Bristol Classical Press showing up on Pre-Pub every week or so. We planned to release these works of classical literature, philosophy, archaeology, and ancient history over a number of months but couldn̵... [Misc]

July 18, 12 PM

With fall right around the corner, many pastors and church administrators are finalizing their plans for which curriculum to use for their adult Sunday schools, small groups, and even Sunday-morning preaching. For those that are still weighing the options... [Products]