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Archaeological Encyclopedia of the Holy Land – Negev, Avraham - $29.95
Spanning ten millennia, from the earliest civilization to the Arab conquest, The Archaeological Encyclopedia of the Holy Land is the definitive one-volume reference to the ancient lands of the Bible, fusing scientific discovery and literacy and religious tradition to produce a deeper understanding of the history of human culture. Here the settings of the world's three major religions are examined, incorporating the most up-to-date archaeological information with the biblical record of the Holy Land. The Archaeological Encyclopedia of the Holy Land visits the ancient Near East site-by-site, with comprehensive descriptions of hundreds of archaeological discoveries as well as historical commentary and relevant biblical citations. General articles on such subjects as burial, warfare, cult objects, and clothing provide further insight into the material culture and social systems of the biblical period.

Dead Sea Scrolls and Modern Translations of the Old Testament – Scanlin, Harold - $19.95
With all the recent news about the new publications of the Dead Sea Scrolls, thousands are aware of them but few know how these discoveries have impacted Bible translation. This book is unique because it provides complete information about all the biblical material in the Dead Sea Scrolls and what is truly significant about these ancient manuscripts.

Dead Sea Scrolls Today – VanderKam, James C. - $19.95
An eminent Dead Sea Scrolls researcher, James C. VanderKam offers a popular, up-to-date introduction to the scrolls and the ongoing debate that surrounds their study. Chapters cover all the major subjects of scroll inquiry: the discoveries of the manuscripts and nearby archaeological remains during the 1940s and 1950s and the methods used to date them, the content and character of the scrolls texts, the identity, history, and beliefs of the people who lived in Qumran and collected, wrote, and copied scrolls, and the importance of the scrolls to biblical studies.

New Manners and Customs of Bible Times – Gower, Ralph - $29.95
The Bible was written in a culture and land vastly different from our own. It is essential that we understand the manners and customs of the time in order to fully understand scripture. The New Manners and Customs of Bible Times will open your eyes to the life-styles and customs of the Bible's writers and characters, giving you a clearer understanding of God's Word. You will be enlightened by reading about the people and times of the Bible and learning about the world that they lived in; from Moody Press.


1890 Darby Bible – $29.95
As an ex-Anglican minister and the founder of the Plymouth Brethren, Darby's influence started the Niagara Conferences, which were the beginnings of prophetically-oriented Bible conferences in America. First published in 1890, this translation comes after Darby's understanding of the original languages matured during the writing of his French and German translations of the Bible.

American Standard Version – $19.95
The ASV has long been regarded by many scholars as the most literal English translation since the King James Version- maybe the most literal translation ever. This has made the translation very popular for careful English Bible study, but not for ease of reading. While the KJV was translated entirely from "western manuscripts," the ASV 1901 was influenced also by the older "eastern manuscripts" that form the basis for most of our modern English translations. Because the ASV 1901 is very difficult to find in print, Logos is pleased to be able to preserve and distribute this significant work. This is an excellent choice for comparative English study.

Biblia Hebraica Stuttgartensia (Morph) – $99.95
A revision of Kittel, Biblia Hebraica, prepared by H. P. Ruger and other scholars on the basis of the Leningrad Public Library manuscript B 19A Copyright 1984 by the United Bible Societies. Often referred to as the "Masoretic Text" or simply "BHS," this is the Hebrew text most widely used today. It is the basis for nearly every modern Bible translation. Containing both full diacritical annotation and vowel pointing, it is the text of choice in most seminaries, Bible colleges, and universities.

Biblia Hebraica Stuttgartensia (Non.Morph) – $49.95
A revision of Kittel, Biblia Hebraica, prepared by H. P. Ruger and other scholars on the basis of the Leningrad Public Library manuscript B 19A Copyright 1984 by the United Bible Societies. Often referred to as the "Masoretic Text" or simply "BHS," this is the Hebrew text most widely used today. It is the basis for nearly every modern Bible translation.

Byzantine Majority Textform – $34.95
Coming from the "western manuscript tradition," the Byzantine majority Greek text is a "theoretical text." Put together from hundreds of fragments and pieces, it represents the "text" that agrees in the numerical majority with most, if not all, known western manuscripts and partial manuscripts. It is from this family of "western" or "Byzantine" texts that the King James Version and the Dutch Staten Vertaling came into being.

Five Books of Moses – Fox, Everett - $39.95
The Shocken Bible: Volume 1. The Five Books of Moses: Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, Deuteronomy. A New Translation with Introductions, Commentary, and Notes by Everett Fox. This translation is a stunning achievement - to read it is to hear the Bible as if for the first time. While other English translations of the Bible render its language as if it had been written in English, this new translation re-creates the full force of the Bible’s original rhetoric and poetry-it’s rhythms, nuances, and stylistic devices - allowing the English reader to experience the spiritual and aesthetic power of the Bible’s own voice while recovering layers of meaning that are missed entirely in conventional translations.

God's Word – $24.95
God's Word is today's most unique new Bible translation! God's Word is faithful to the original meaning of the Hebrew, Aramaic, and Greek languages through which God spoke to his people in earlier days. And by using the widely acclaimed linguistic translation method, God's Word communicates the same meaning - the literal meaning - to God's English speaking people today.

Good News Bible – $19.95
This Bible uses simple everyday language and vocabulary shared by everyone regardless of age or background. The "dynamic equivalence" in translation communicates the meaning and style of the original in a unique way. Also known as Today's English Version.

King James Version – $19.95
Also known as the "Authorized Version," is still the most widely used text in the English language. The Logos KJV includes the Strong's Numbers which allow English readers to identify and search for underlying Greek and Hebrew words in the original text.

King James Version Apocrypha – $19.95
Includes the books of I & II Esdras, Tobit, Judith, Additions to Esther, Wisdom of Solomon, Sirach, Baruch, Letter of Jeremiah, Song of Three Youths, Susanna, Bel and the Dragon, Prayer of Manasseh, and I & II Maccabees.

Living Bible – $39.95
The Living Bible is a "thought for thought" translation as opposed to a word for word translation. This is a paraphrase. Its purpose, according to the editors, is to say as exactly as possible what the writers of the Scriptures meant, and to say it simply, expanding where necessary for a clear understanding by the modern reader.

Louis Segond 1910 (French Bible) – $19.95
This is the classic French equivalent of the English King James Version.

Message, The - Peterson, Eugene H. – $39.95
Written in the same kind of language you'd use to talk with friends, write a letter, or discuss politics, The Message preserves the authentic, earthy flavor and the expressive character of the Bible's best-loved books. The Message brings the life-changing power of the New Testament, the vibrant passion of the Psalms, and the rich, practical wisdom of Proverbs into easy-to-read modern language that echoes the rhythm and idioms of the original Greek and Hebrew.

Nestle Aland 26th Edition Greek NT with McReynolds English Interlinear – $129.95
Some English interlinears are heavily contextual and non-literal, distancing the reader from the basic, literal sense of the Greek. Others are woodenly literal or archaic, thus not very helpful for English comprehension. The McReynolds interlinear strikes an optimal balance, conforming closely to the Greek, yet being up-to-date, easy-to-read English. The English interlinear for the Logos NA26 Interlinear edition was prepared by Prof. Paul R. McReynolds (Pacific Christian College). The Logos NA26, Interlinear Edition, provides all the functionality of the standard morphological NA26 and now adds multi-line interlinear support. The text allows multi-line display, with columnar alignment of associated word groups, adjustable ordering of lines, user definable selection of the order from top to bottom of each row, the full grammatical information, Greek text, Greek lemmas, morphological analysis, English gloss, and now also the English interlinear word(s). NOTE: The McReynolds' English Interlinear includes the Nestle-Aland 26th text in its original, non-interlinear form. (You will have two electronic books: the NA26 w/ Morphology and the McReynolds' Interlinear described above.) Users who already own the LLS-format NA26 w/ Morphology can upgrade to the McReynolds' Interlinear edition for $29.95
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Nestle.Aland 26th Edition (Morph) – Kurt Aland, Matthew Black, Carlo M. Martini, Burce - $99.95
Sometimes referred to as the "critical text" or the "eastern manuscript tradition," this is the Greek text most widely used today. It is the basis for nearly every modern Bible translation in the past one hundred years. The Greek text is identical to the Nestle-Aland 26th/27th Edition. The GRAMCORD morphological concordance of the Greek text is one of the most highly regarded works of its kind in the academic world. Designed to meet the needs of Bible scholars and utilizing the language of seminary environment, this work is desired by the practicing clergy as well as the academic. The Logos Library System implementation of the GRAMCORD data base offers the additional usefulness of a non-technical interface, thereby allowing an even broader audience access to the data.

New American Bible – $39.95
This new English translation of the Bible, Old and Revised New Testaments, was prepared especially for Catholics by the Catholic Biblical Association of America, using the Septuagint for the Old Testament. Includes the books of Tobit, Judith, I & II Maccabees, Wisdom, and Sirach (Ecclesiasticus).

New American Standard Bible – $49.95
New American Standard Bible, while preserving the literal accuracy of the 1901 American Standard Version has sought to render grammar and terminology in contemporary English. Special attention has been given to the rendering of verb tenses to give the English reader a rendering as close as possible to the sense of the original Greek and Hebrew texts. Passages with Old English "thee's" and "thou's" etc. have been updated to modern English, along with updates to words whose meanings have changed in the past 20 years. This is an excellent choice for comparative English study.

New American Standard Bible – 1995 Update - $49.95
The New American Standard Bible, long considered a favorite study Bible by serious students of the Scriptures, has been completely revised and updated in this new 1995 translation. Preserving the Lockman Foundation's standard of creating a literal translation of the original Greek, Hebrew, and Aramaic manuscripts, the 1995 NASB provides a literal translation that is very readable. Formalized language and outdated words and phrases have been replaced with their contemporary counterparts. In short, the 1995 NASB is a Bible translation that is very conducive to word-by-word study and is also able to be read (and understood) by the whole family.

New Century Version – $29.95
The NCV is a new translation from the Greek and Hebrew, compiled by a team of more than 40 Bible scholars whose primary objective is "language simplicity." The result is a translation with enormous readability. This is a Bible that can be comprehended at a third-grade reading level. It is the ideal translation for readers with English as their second language.

New International Version – $49.95
The NIV has become the best selling English version of the Bible since the King James Version. The NIV follows the principle of "dynamic equivalence" to insure crystal clear understandable English. The NIV may be the most readable English Bible ever produced.

New Jerusalem Bible – $39.95
This translation, often used in the Catholic Church, follows the original Hebrew, Aramaic, and Greek texts. For the Old Testament the "Masoretic Text" established in the 8-9th centuries AD by Jewish scholars, is used. Only when this presents insuperable difficulties have emendations or other versions, such as the ancient Greek translation begun in 200 BC at Alexandria, the "Septuagint" (LXX), been used.

New King James Version – $39.95
The New King James Version is a total update of the 1611 King James Version, also known as the "Authorized Version." Every attempt has been made to maintain the beauty of the original version while updating the English grammar to contemporary style and usage. The result is much better "readability." It is noteworthy that the NKJV is one of the few modern translations still based on the "Western" or "Byzantine" manuscript tradition. This makes the New King James Version an invaluable aid to comparative English Bible study.

New Living Translation – $39.95
The Holy Bible, New Living Translation provides a wonderful balance of readability and authority. It is easy to understand, poetically beautiful, powerful, and emotive. At the same time, due to the careful work of ninety leading Bible scholars, it is accurate to the original Greek and Hebrew text. The New Living Translation makes the Bible accessible, useful, and enjoyable for every situation. The easy-to-read, clear text is perfect for comparative study of difficult passages.

New Revised Standard Version – $39.95
The original Revised Standard Version served as a standard for nearly forty years. The New Revised Standard Version with Apocrypha maintains the traditions of the older version with fresh new vocabulary and modern English construction.

Reina Valera Actualizada – $19.95
This edition of the Reina Valera (RVA) is the latest in the long line of revisions of the classic Casiodore de Reina Bible of 1569. This edition is based on the 1909 and 1960 revisions and uses the best Hebrew and Greek texts available today. The RVA uses a contemporary language that people can understand throughout the Spanish speaking world.

Revised Standard Version – $19.95
The original Revised Standard Version has served for more than forty-five years. The standard English pew Bible for many denominations, the RSV has become a benchmark for comparison to other English Bibles.

Revised Standard Version: Catholic Edition – $39.95
This edition of the Revised Standard Version of the Bible has been prepared for the use of Catholics by a committee of the Catholic Biblical Association of Great Britain. It is published with ecclesiastical approval and by agreement with the Standard Bible Committee and the Division of Christian Education of the National Council of the Churches of Christ in the United States of America. The Revised Standard Version itself needs no lengthy introduction, being already well know and widely read. It is, as its Preface states “an authorized revision of the American Standard Version, published in 1901, which was a revision of the King James Version published in 1611.

Septuagint (Morph) – $99.95
The Septuagint (LXX ) is the Greek translation of the Hebrew Scriptures, which according to tradition was done by seventy Jewish scholars (hence the name) sometime in the 3rd century BC. It is the Bible which the Greek-speaking world read during the time of the apostles, to which Paul would have referred in his dealings with his churches. The Rahlf's edition is the most modern critical edition of this text. The morphology, prepared by the University of Pennsylvania, gives the user the ability to draw parsing and glossary information directly from the text, which is especially important because the Greek of the LXX is significantly different from that of the NT.

Staten Vertaling (Dutch Bible) – $19.95
This is the classic Dutch equivalent of the English King James Version (Authorized Version) and, like the Authorized Version, was completed in the 1600's. Both the KJV and the Staten Vertaling shared common source materials.

Tanakh (1985) – $39.95
The Tanakh is an entirely original translation of the Holy Scriptures (Old Testament) into contemporary English, based on the Masoretic-the traditional Hebrew text. It is the culmination of three decades of collaboration by academic scholars and rabbis representing the three largest branches of organized Judaism in America. They drew upon the latest findings in linguistics and archaeology as well as the work of early rabbinic and medieval commentators, grammarians, and philologians. The resulting text is a triumph of literary style and biblical scholarship, unsurpassed in accuracy and clarity.

Textus Receptus 1550 – $39.95
Coming from the "western" or "Byzantine" manuscript tradition, the Textus Receptus 1550 Greek text is best known as the basis for the King James Version or Authorized Version completed in the year 1611. Today, with most modern English translations based on the "eastern" manuscripts, there is renewed curiosity and interest in the "western" text. This is a valuable add-on to the Logos Bible software library and a useful text for comparison for those with proficiency in Greek.

Textus Receptus 1881 – $24.95
Coming from the "western" or "Byzantine" manuscript tradition, the Textus Receptus 1881 Greek text is the corresponding Greek text to the 1611 King James Version. The Scrivener text is a modified Stephen's 1550 Textus Receptus in which changes have been inserted to represent the alternate "majority readings" chosen by the KJV translators. The intention was to re-create a Greek text that exactly matched the translator-modified 1550 text and the resulting English version. This is a useful text for comparison for those with proficiency in Greek.

Tischendorf Greek NT – $39.95
Constantinus Tischendorf is perhaps best known for his discovery of the Codex Sinaiticus (one of the oldest extant copies of the New Testament in Greek, circa 360 A.D.) in a monastery at the foot of Mount Sinai. Tischendorf devoted his life to locating the most accurate sources for the compilation of the Greek New Testament. This desire for the earliest, most reliable manuscripts drove him for most of his life. The result of this drive is Tischendorf's Eighth Edition Greek New Testament, completed just two years prior to his death, and considered by many to be his best.

Vulgate – Bonifation Fischer - $39.95
Jerome's translation of the Greek and Hebrew Scriptures into the vulgar (common) tongue of his time: Latin. It was recognized as authoritative during the Council of Trent (1546) and became the official Bible of the Roman Catholic Church. The widespread use of the Vulgate is also recognizable in its influence in early modern Bible translations, such as the Authorized, or King James, Version. Since Jerome lived in the fourth century AD, the original text "developed" much as the Greek autographs did, with geographical variant readings, etc., and the modern edition is a critical text from these variant manuscripts, much as is the case with modern Greek texts. The Vulgate continues to be of scholarly use today in the study of the textual transmission of the Bible and in the historical study of Christian theology.

Westcott-Hort Greek NT (1881) – Westcott, B.F. and Hort, F.J.A. - $29.95
According to Bruce M Metzger, this edition was "the most noteworthy critical edition of the Greek Testament ever produced by British scholarship." They presented what is doubtless the oldest and purest text that could be attained with the means of information available in their day. They took the critical methodology which was then in nascent form, refined it, and applied it to the various texts, producing the classification system which is still in use today; their evaluation of the various texts and text families, almost unchanged, is still accepted. This text, published in 1881, is the first modern critical text and as such the ancestor of the NA/UBS text. It is of use to those interested in the history of textual scholarship and to those who do serious critical work.

Young's Literal Translation – $19.95
Robert Young is best known for his monumental work, Young's Analytical Concordance To The Bible. Young's Literal Translation is a very good work to add to your Bible collection for text comparisons. Since this is a very literal translation, it offers a good contrast and comparison to a dynamic equivalent translation like the NIV.

Bible Dictionaries & Encyclopedias

Easton's Bible Dictionary – Easton, M.G. - $24.95
Easton's Bible Dictionary provides informative explanations of histories, people and customs of the Bible. An excellent and readily understandable source of information for the student and layperson. One of Matthew George Easton's most significant literary achievements.

Harper's Bible Dictionary – Achtemeier, Paul J. - $29.95
Harper's Bible Dictionary is a magnificent companion to the Harper's Bible Commentary. It allows you to understand, in all their contexts, the texts of the Old Testament, the Apocrypha, and the New Testament. It's completely up to date, and represents the best current biblical scholarship. The entire volume is written by 180 members of the Society of Biblical Literature, and contains 3500 articles and 400 photographs.

New Bible Dictionary – Douglas, J.D. - $24.95
The New Bible Dictionary is a unique work of reference, ideally suited for people of all ages and backgrounds. An "A to Z" of Bible terms, written by an international team of more than 150 scholars. Includes more than 2,000 entries with notes on place-names, studies of words and doctrines and comprehensive articles on books and people of the Bible. To help clarify the text it includes maps, family trees, line drawings, diagrams, and charts. It is a magnificent and comprehensive Bible Dictionary which will greatly increase the knowledge and understanding of God's Word. This is an invaluable reference book for schools and colleges, for theological and Bible college students, ministers and layman, teachers and professional scholars - everyone who is interested in understanding the Bible.

Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia – Pfeiffer, Charles F. - $89.95
Every proper name and place mentioned in the Bible is discussed in this standard evangelical Bible encyclopedia, along with all the most important subjects in theology and biblical background. Numerous photographs, drawings, and diagrams have been included to provide the clearest possible presentation of the information. This reference work represents the work of over 200 leading evangelical scholars; many laymen, as well as students and scholars, have found it to be the most complete and trustworthy Bible encyclopedia they have ever used.

Biography / Autobiography

Confessions – Augustine, St., Translated by Edward B. Pusey - $9.95
The classical autobiographical work of a great saint. His theocentric testimonial of his conversion experience and his growing understanding of God. A moving depiction of the life and experiences of a believer from a different age. A must have for those who wish to move into a deeper relationship with God.

Grace Abounding to the Chief of Sinners – Bunyan, John - $9.95
This spiritual classic, originally published in 1666, is in some respects similar to Augustine's Confessions. Bunyan traces his own spiritual pilgrimage from youth, through several crises, to his conversion. Through many trials, difficulties, temptations, and sorrows, he comes to rely solely on Christ for his every need. Written in prison, it served as an epistle of encouragement to his congregation. Bunyan's moving story of his conversion has become spiritual food for countless others.

Christian Living

Alone With God – MacArthur, John Jr. - $9.95
In Alone with God John MacArthur, Jr. explores the anatomy of effective prayer and presents a biblical model. A powerful tool for greater fervency and frequency in your communion with the Lord.

American Experience Volume 1 - Fighting for Liberty and Virtue – Olasky, Marvin - $24.95
In this groundbreaking book, Dr. Olasky gives new insights into the interplay of American politics, religion, sex, and revolution in the eighteenth century. Making connections for today from events of the past, Fighting for Liberty and Virtue takes readers into early American history to demonstrate the link between good government and personal virtue.

Anxiety Attacked – MacArthur, John Jr. - $9.95
Anxiety Attacked goes beyond pop psychology's temporary cures by returning us to our only true source of comfort. John MacArthur compassionately demonstrates from such passages as Matthew 6:25-34, Phillipians 4:6-9, and 1 Peter 5:5-7 God's concern about our anxious situations, and helps us appropriate His resources for dealing with them calmly, yet effectively.

Approved Unto God – Chambers, Oswald - $9.95
Oswald Chambers draws from the treasure-house of scripture, invaluable advice and encouragement for Christian workers. These "talks" lead us in the way of becoming competent servants of Jesus Christ, spiritually fit and mentally fitted, for the great task entrusted to us. Do not read this book unless you mean business, but if you do you will find wisdom and understanding on every page.

Be What You Are – Wiersbe, Warren - $9.95
12 Intriguing pictures of the Christian from the New Testament. The Holy Spirit, the Master-Teacher, uses things we know about -sheep, stones, soldiers, runners- to teach us the unknown, deep spiritual truths about ourselves. A fresh approach to understanding the Christian life.

Believer's Armor – MacArthur, John Jr. - $9.95
Compiled from lecture notes, sermons, and notes, this John MacArthur study guide helps you understand the needs and the benefits of the Believer's Armor. The apostle Paul says that if you are a Christian and are living as a believer should, you'll run head on into the Enemy. Paul concludes Ephesians with an impressive list of armor to protect us in the battle against Satan.

Biblical Foundations for Small Group Ministry – Icenogle, Gareth W. - $19.95
Gareth Weldon examines biblical teaching and the ministry of the early church, offering guidance for setting up and running a biblically based small-group ministry program.

Biblical Psychology – Chambers, Oswald - $12.95
This book contains a wealth of understanding of moral problems to which we may be called to provide a solution. Here are questions and attitudes to which Oswald Chambers gives the Biblical answer.

Big Book of Small Groups – Arnold, Jeffery - $14.95
Jeffrey Arnold discusses the basic components and dynamics of small groups and describes how to develop relationships within the group, how to train group leaders, and much more.

Christian Disciplines, I & II – Chambers, Oswald - $12.95
In this new edition of a classic work, a combination of two volumes, Oswald Chambers concentrates on six major "disciplines" (or areas of concern) for the growing Christian.

Conformed to His Image – Chambers, Oswald - $9.95
In Conformed to His Image, Oswald Chambers guides you out of spiritual failure, frustration, and listlessness and into the authentic Christian life you want.

Different by Design – MacArthur, John Jr. - $9.95
Almost without notice, our homes and churches have become the newest laboratory for sex-role experimentation. Lured by the world's acceptance and a national obsession with fairness, we've replaced the once-clear biblical boundaries between men and women with a confusing, frighteningly secular hybrid. Dr. MacArthur helps the reader discover and understand the beauty, balance, and benefits of God's unique role for men and women in the home and church family.

Drawing Close to God – Eyre, Stephen D. - $9.95
Quiet time is the spiritual discipline that allows us to experience God's presence. It is an opportunity to meet with God-to pray, worship, think and study the Bible. In Drawing Close to God, Stephen Eyre shows you how to develop a regular and fruitful quiet time. He describes the dynamics of quiet time, shows how quiet time can influence the rest of the day, and includes quiet time exercises that help you put what you've read to good and immediate use.

First Love: Joy and Simplicity – MacArthur, John Jr. - $9.95
In First Love John MacArthur, Jr. asserts that what's been lost can be found. This book can help you restore the fire and conviction of your first love for Christ by helping you develop a clearer understanding of His character, His glory, and His love for you.

Following Christ – Sproul, R.C. - $9.95
In Following Christ, renowned theologian R. C. Sproul examines questions that are crucial to Christians living in the modern world: Who is Jesus? Does Prayer Change Things? How Can I Know God's Will? How Should I Live in This World? Sproul challenges us to a biblical and practical understanding of what it means to be mature followers of Jesus Christ.

Fulfilled Family – MacArthur, John Jr. - $9.95
Ephesians 5:21-6:4 clearly presents the divine pattern of authority, submission, and godly love that is to guide us in our family relationships. Dr. MacArthur will help you understand and apply that pattern so that you may have a more meaningful, rewarding, and fulfilling family life.

Getting Together – Griffin, Em - $14.95
Em Griffin describes three kinds of groups (task groups, relationship groups, and influence groups) and explores their dynamics.

God's High Calling for Women – MacArthur, John Jr. - $9.95
God's high calling for women in the church is outlined in 1 Timothy 2:9-15. If followed, His plan results in blessing, unity, and glory for God. Dr. MacArthur discusses major aspects of concern for women in the church as outlined by the apostle Paul: their attitude, appearance, testimony, roles, design, and contribution. This is a thorough study on the important and controversial subject of women in the church.

God's Workmanship – Chambers, Oswald - $4.95
God's Workmanship, Chambers reveals how the energy of the indwelling Spirit of God can work in you if you are ready to walk in His ways.

God: Coming Face to Face – MacArthur, John Jr. - $9.95
You can set your heart ablaze with no loftier, more worthy ambition than the pursuit of an increasingly intimate knowledge of the God who created you. In God: Coming Face to Face with His Majesty, John MacArthur chisels away centuries of cultural residue from our understanding of who God is. As he chips away misconceptions, you will witness the glory and majesty of the divine attributes through the eyes of prophets, kings, mighty men of faith, and God's own Son, Jesus Christ. Packed with Scripture references and day-to-day applications, this fascinating book is sure to enhance your worship and compel you to praise!

Good Things Come in Small Groups – Barker, Steven; Johnson, Judy and Malone, Rob - $14.95
Ron Nicholas and others discuss how to begin and improve small groups in the church, stressing the need for a balance of nurture, worship, community, and mission.

Growing in Christ – Packer, J.I. - $14.95
J.I. Packer outlines the differences between faith and belief to help you grow in Christ. While "belief" suggests bare opinion, "faith," whether in a car, a patent medicine, a protιgι, a doctor, or a marriage partner, is a matter of treating the person or thing as trustworthy and committing yourself accordingly. The same is true of faith in God, and in a more far-reaching way.

Heaven – MacArthur, John Jr. - $9.95
Where is heaven? Who lives there? If heaven seems abstract to you, here is a book that will bring it down to earth. This book combs the Scriptures to compile these fascinating facts about the paradise God has prepared for his people.

Highest Good – Chambers, Oswald - $9.95
Oswald Chambers helps you understand the shadows of life through the lens of the Psalms, the Gospels, and Paul's letters. You'll learn to move beyond discouragement and fear to a deepened faith in God.

How to Meet the Enemy – MacArthur, John Jr. - $9.95
In How to Meet the Enemy John MacArthur explores the origin of spiritual warfare, its present reality, and what our response should be. He also takes a detailed look at each piece of spiritual armor-which he points out is primarily defensive, not offensive, in nature.

How to Study the Bible – MacArthur, John Jr. - $9.95
How to Study the Bible examines not only how to study the Bible, but why Bible study is so important in every believer's life. The Bible is the Word of life, as well as hope in death.

If You Will Ask – Chambers, Oswald - $9.95
Chambers says the purpose of prayer is not to get healed, get a job, or get something else. It is to get "the life of God in us." Vitalize your prayer life by becoming attuned to God.

Internet for Christians – Schultze, Quentin J. - $12.95
The Internet is a worldwide network of computer networks accessible to tens of millions of people and growing rapidly. Christians can use it to: •Communicate quickly and inexpensively with other believers •Conduct theological and Bible study free of charge •Access free daily devotionals for all ages and spiritual levels •Keep up on Christian periodicals for little or no cost •Meet new friends, colleagues and believers around the globe •Publish and sell your own articles, books and commentaries •Take credit and non-credit courses at seminaries and colleges •Access free Bible translations in many languages •Send mail effortlessly to hundreds of ministries •Follow concerts and activities of many Christian artists •Get up-to-date missions information, communicate with missionaries worldwide •Search for jobs posted by churches and Christian organizations •Browse Christian book catalogs and communicate online with the authors •Select and purchase online Christian videos, Bible software and rent Christian films •And much more.

Intimate Marriage – Sproul, R.C. - $9.95
From communication to sex, from divorce to the sanctity of marriage, The Intimate Marriage will lead you past the potential problems of the marital relationship into joyous communion with your partner in Christ. This book provides insight and scriptural application.

Leading Bible Discussions – Nyquist, James F. - $9.95
Anyone can be the match that ignites a Bible discussion. All it takes is a few basic skills. This book will help you learn: How to start a group; How to decide what to study; How to prepare to lead; How to study the Bible; How to use a study guide; How to write your own questions; How to lead the discussion and How to evaluate the study. Over 100,000 copies of this basic handbook have helped people like you with the basics of better Bible discussions.

Our Brilliant Heritage – Chambers, Oswald - $4.95
"You Need Not Sin," "Make a Habit of Having No Habits," and, "Pull Yourself Together": these three chapter headings speak of the practical help you will find in this book.

Passion for Faithfulness – Packer, J.I. - $14.95
In this excellent study, Packer takes an enlightening and lively look at the book of Nehemiah, gleaning from this man's life key principles of leadership, decision-making, obedience, and godliness that leaders need today. A Passion for Faithfulness also reveals God's great love for His people then, and His ongoing love for His church now. Through this great leader's life, Christians in every sector are given a prescription for today's ailing church.

Pleasing God – Sproul, R.C. - $9.95
A world of people have no idea nor do they care about what the words sanctification and righteousness mean. Then how can the idea of a holy God mean anything to them? R.C. Sproul believes these words are still important-especially for Christians-if we are to understand God or know how to live for him. Believers may become uncomfortable when they see this honest look at how the sins of pride, slothfulness, and dishonesty permeate the Christian's life. But Pleasing God is basically a message of hope. This is not only good theology, it is a practical, wise, and biblical view to help you grow closer to God.

Power of Suffering – MacArthur, John Jr. - $9.95
John MacArthur discusses the reasons trials come our way and how believers can learn valuable lessons from God as a result of suffering. Strengthening your faith in the refiner's fire for everyone who has ever faced profound trials, physical or spiritual, and found themselves asking "Where is God in the midst of the pain?" The Power of Suffering examines the reality of pain and trials in the Christian life and offers a plausible, thoroughly biblical explanation for the deep valleys each of us inevitably cross.

Prayer: Basic Training – Wiersbe, Warren - $9.95
Jesus' High Priestly Prayer in John 17 is the greatest prayer ever recorded, says Warren Wiersbe...and it has never been more relevant than today. The author probes the depth and importance of this prayer in careful commentary on the verses, including their impact on believers- then and now. He brings a wide range of understanding, many examples, and practical applications to the most important prayer in the Bible.

Quest for Godliness – Packer, J.I. - $14.95
Dr. Packer masterfully uncovers the hidden treasures of Puritan life and thought. With crystalline clarity he reveals the depth and breadth of Puritan spiritual life, contrasting it with the superficiality and deadness of modern Western Christianity.

Servant as His Lord – Chambers, Oswald - $9.95
A compilation of earlier booklets, "The Fighting Chance," "Stressing The Strenuous Side Of The Christian Life," "The Soul Of A Christian," "Dealing With The Inner Life Of The Saint," and "The Sacrament Of Saints," this book is a moving study of the experience whereby dedicated souls may become broken bread on which others can feast.

Seven Myths About Small Groups – Williams, Dan - $9.95
Dan Williams addresses the issues of small group life, including how long a group should last, whether a group should be closed or open to new members, what kind of leadership is appropriate for the group, and much more.

Shadow of an Agony – Chambers, Oswald - $9.95
Oswald Chambers helps you understand the shadows of life through the lens of the Psalms, the Gospels, and Paul's letters. You'll learn to move beyond discouragement and fear to a deepened faith in God.

Small Group Idea Book – Bunch, Cindy - $9.95
Hundreds of field-tested activities will help you in the four components of healthy small group life, as well as in evaluating your small group. You'll find ideas for worship and prayer that will help you stretch the boundaries of group members and learn from one another.

Small Group Leaders' Handbook: The Next Generation – Long, Jimmy - $14.95
Now completely rewritten and updated, this IVP classic contains everything you need to know about small groups: foundations, key components, life stages, communication, conflict, planning, leadership, and more!

Soul's Quest for God – Sproul, R.C. - $9.95
This book explores with us the dynamics of a person's longing for communion and intimacy with God, drawing insight from the lives of biblical heroes as well as from the writings of history's great theologians. Here is applied theology for all Christians who ask the tough questions, who are honestly examining their relationship with God, and who long for a deeper spiritual life.

Spiritual Gifts – MacArthur, John Jr. - $9.95
Nothing has been more abused and misunderstood in evangelical Christianity than the area of spiritual gifts, yet to understand gifts is vital to the life of a church. Spiritual Gifts will give you a thorough understanding of the various kinds of gifts, how to use them, and the characteristics of each -- because each believer's gifts must be used to glorify God.

Starting (and Ending) a Small Group – Williams, Dan - $9.95
The life of a newly born small group is fragile, but with proper nourishment, love and attention the group will flourish and grow. This guide for group members and leaders lays out the steps needed to bring you through the critical first weeks into a healthy group life. A good group ends well too, and this guide will bring you to a satisfying conclusion.

Strategy of Satan – Wiersbe, Warren - $9.95
This book is a manual of arms for the Christian soldier. It is a deadly serious guidebook for the dedicated Christian who is on the battlefield and wants to know how to win. This book gives biblical instruction for defeating the strategies of Satan's attacks as deceiver, destroyer, ruler, and accuser. Special emphasis is placed on conquering the enemy by obeying God's truth in the church and in the home.

Surprised by Suffering – Sproul, R.C. - $9.95
This is more than a book of theology or a biblical study. It is an examination of questions that all of us ask about our ultimate destiny. It offers Christian answers while responding to unbiblical conclusions. This book provides a sane, rational, and biblical view among all the confusion surrounding suffering, suicide, euthanasia, and life after death.

Training of the Twelve – Bruce, A.B. - $9.95
The lessons and patterns in ageless management principles employed by our Lord with His disciples are an inspiring model for those who seek greater depth and stability in the Christian church today. Featured in this classic work is Christ, the Master Potter, molding and fashioning His disciples into useful vessels. The Training of the Twelve is rich in thoughts, not only for preacher and teacher, but also for every Christian who is interested in being a leader or in preparing others to lead.


365 Day Devotional Commentary – Richards, Lawrence O. - $39.95
Each day you will find a core passage of scripture with devotional commentary, a personal application, and a quote from a well-known Christian. This is the perfect devotional commentary for those who do not have time to read the entire day's passage.

Baffled to Fight Better – Chambers, Oswald - $9.95
Job was righteous, but Job suffered. Oswald Chambers reminds us that Job's calamities taught him to see God, for the first time in his life, as the only sure refuge. Job discovered that in life's extremes, God is enough. So can you.

Be Available – Wiersbe, Warren - $9.95
Wiersbe's "Be" Series on the Old Testament - Practical, devotional, and concise describes the "Be" series. Each of these mini commentaries contains a wealth of practical insight into God's Word.
Be Comforted – Wiersbe, Warren - $9.95
Be Committed - Esther – Wiersbe, Warren - $9.95
Be Decisive – Wiersbe, Warren - $9.95
Be Determined – Wiersbe, Warren - $9.95
Be Holy – Wiersbe, Warren - $9.95
Be Obedient – Wiersbe, Warren - $9.95
Be Patient – Wiersbe, Warren - $9.95
Be Satisfied – Wiersbe, Warren - $9.95
Be Skillful – Wiersbe, Warren - $9.95
Be Strong – Wiersbe, Warren - $9.95

Bible Exposition Commentary – Wiersbe, Warren - $49.95
All the New Testament "BE" books compiled in a handy, two-volume set. Study Matthew through Revelation in digestible sections that emphasize personal application and biblical comment.

Bible Knowledge Commentary – Walvoord, John F. and Zuck, Roy B - editors - $54.95
The Bible Knowledge Commentary is a verse by verse, phrase by phrase walk through the entire Bible. This commentary explains problem passages, alleged discrepancies, customs, geographical locations, key Hebrew and Aramaic words. It includes for each book an introduction (discussion of author, historical background, purpose, features), outline, commentary, and bibliography. It contains over 100 maps, charts, and diagrams.

Bible Reader's Companion – Richards, Lawrence O. - $39.95
The reference book that provides you with introductions and outlines, summaries, cross-references, definitions, explanations of difficult passages, archeological reports, Bible customs, charts, realistic art, and much more! Note: Cultural background has proven to be one of the most popular categories in the Logos Library System. With the ability to instantly hot link to corresponding Bible passages, books of this kind become very useful in electronic form.

Biblical Illustrator - Acts – Exell, Joseph S. - $49.95
Originally published in three volumes this 2,000 page commentary on Acts is one of the most exhaustive works ever written on the book of Acts. With every Bible reference coded for links to other works, this huge reference work in electronic form becomes an instant reference tool for students examining individual verses or phrases in the book of Acts.

Evangelical Commentary on the Bible – Elwell, Walter A. - $59.95
The purpose of this commentary, is to "help the average reader of the Bible understand what the text says." Using the NIV as a basis for its comments, this commentary is a totally new work, not a reprinting or a revised edition. Thirty-eight contributors representing some of the finest American evangelical scholars present their articles in clear, easy-to-understand language. Includes outlines and introductions to each book of the Bible, and extended discussions of key biblical doctrines.

Exegetical Summary of Phillipians – Greenlee, J. Harold - $12.95
An Exegetical Summary of Philippians presents a summary of information and opinions from various commentaries and translations, discussing the interpretation of the Greek Text of Philippians. Alternative interpretations are listed, with the names of those commentaries or translations that support each view. Numerous links to Louw/Nida and the Bauer Lexicon are also included. The material was prepared as an aid for Bible translators and is part of a series on selected Bible books.

Genius of the Fourth Gospel – Thomas, David - $14.95
Originally published in two volumes, this popular commentary has been valued by Bible students for more than a century. The Genius of the Fourth Gospel is an intensely practical commentary which focuses on the issue of the message. As such, the commentary is a wonderful resource for teachers in lesson preparation. It is also an excellent commentary for use in personal devotional readings. The work is enormously practical in that it focuses on the events and the unfolding story in the text rather than grammar issues and word derivations.

Harper's Bible Commentary – Mays, James L. - $29.95
Harper's Bible Commentary was written by 82 members of the Society of Biblical Literature. This readable commentary introduces each book of the Bible and interprets it section by section. Lively general articles place the Bible in its historical, literary, and interpretive contexts. Entries are also cross referenced to the companion Harper's Bible Dictionary.

IVP Bible Background Commentary: New Testament – Keener, Craig S. - $29.95
The IVP Bible Background Commentary: New Testament provides the information students, teachers and preachers need to understand and apply the biblical message. Written in clear non-technical language and arranged verse by verse, this much-needed resource provides cultural background and commentary for nearly every verse in the New Testament. Also included are glossaries of cultural terms and historical figures; maps, charts and a timeline; up-to-date bibliographies; and tips for using this one-of-a-kind resource for preaching, teaching, and study. Note: Cultural background has proven to be one of the most popular categories in the Logos Library System. With the ability to instantly hot link to corresponding Bible passages, books of this kind become very useful in electronic form.

Joel: The Day of the Lord – Levy, David M. - $9.95
The Prophet Joel presented the destiny of the nations as they relate to Israel in the Day of the Lord. An exciting commentary on one of the most neglected and misinterpreted books of the Bible: clear and concise, illustrated chapter outlines and graphic representations of the prophetic events give added insight into the timely and dynamic Book of Joel.

Luther's Commentary on Galatians – Luther, Martin - $9.95
This classic commentary on Galatians enables you to study under the great reformer who not only reveals great scholarship but also an intense personal identification with these profound Pauline truths. Martin Luther avoids unnecessary technicalities, yet he brings to light the depths of Paul's meaning like no other commentator. This is an outstanding, doctrinally-sound, comprehensive commentary. The verse-by-verse exposition offers penetrating insights into Luther's theology. It is also a careful analysis and clear presentation of Paul's doctrine, written for all to understand.

MacArthur New Testament Commentary - 1 Corinthians – MacArthur, John Jr. - $19.95
This New Testament commentary series reflects a sound knowledge of the text and a gift for practical application of Scripture truth. Some commentaries are primarily linguistic, others are mostly theological, and some are mainly homiletical. This series is expository, doctrinal and practical. It focuses on the main doctrines in each text and how they relate to other Scriptures and what they mean to the reader.
MacArthur New Testament Commentary - 1 Timothy – MacArthur, John Jr. - $19.95
MacArthur New Testament Commentary - 2 Timothy – MacArthur, John Jr. - $18.95
MacArthur New Testament Commentary - Acts, Parts 1 and 2 – MacArthur, John Jr. - $34.95
MacArthur New Testament Commentary - Colossians – MacArthur, John Jr. - $9.95
MacArthur New Testament Commentary - Ephesians – MacArthur, John Jr. - $19.95
MacArthur New Testament Commentary - Galatians – MacArthur, John Jr. - $17.95
MacArthur New Testament Commentary - Hebrews – MacArthur, John Jr. - $19.95
MacArthur New Testament Commentary - Matthew – MacArthur, John Jr. - $79.95
MacArthur New Testament Commentary - Philemon – MacArthur, John Jr. - $9.95
MacArthur New Testament Commentary - Romans – MacArthur, John Jr. - $39.95
MacArthur New Testament Commentary - Titus – MacArthur, John Jr. - $19.95

Malachi: Messenger of Rebuke and Renewal – Levy, David M. - $9.95
The Book of Malachi, although short in content and last in the list of prophetic writings, is long on meaty teaching of godly principles and by no means least in importance. This volume gives a comprehensive chronology of Israel's prophetic history-from the Babylonian captivity to the Millennial Kingdom.

Matthew Henry's Commentary on the Whole Bible – Henry, Matthew - $34.95
An eighteenth-century masterwork of learning and devotion, is commonly available in the original six-volume edition or in greatly abridged (or even re-written) one-volume editions. Now with the space saving technology of CD-ROM Logos is pleased to bring you the complete and unabridged edition of this time treasured work. Matthew Henry (1662-1714) studied law at Gray's Inn and was ordained a Presbyterian minister in 1687. He served churches in Chester and in Hackney, near London. He began writing his famous commentary in 1701. Matthew Henry's warm mix of scholarship and practical application has made his commentary a favorite of preachers and devotional readers alike for two hundred years.

Mishnah – Neusner, Jacob - $34.95
In this pathbreaking edition, the eminent Judaica scholar Jacob Neusner provides the first form-analytical translation of the Mishnah. This book is as close to a literal translation of the Hebrew as possible. It follows the syntax of Mishnaic Hebrew.

Not Knowing Where – Chambers, Oswald - $10.95
The steps of Abraham's faith, as seen in the light of the New Testament, are retraced for your personal benefit. Let Oswald Chambers guide you through Genesis. Chambers' look at Old Testament personalities and events illuminates God's ways with mankind. You can gain God's perspective and wisdom regarding the issues you face today.

Prophecy of Isaiah – Motyer, Alec J. - $29.95
Drawing on a lifetime of study and teaching the book, J. Alec Motyer presents a landmark, single-volume commentary on the prophecy of Isaiah. He emphasizes the grammatical, historical, structural, literary, and theological dimensions of the text, and pays particular attention to three central and recurring themes: the messianic hope, the motif of the city, and the theology of the Holy One of Israel.

Shade of His Hand – Chambers, Oswald - $10.95
These lectures on Ecclesiastes were the last message spoken by Oswald Chambers to the British troops in Egypt during World War I. Shortly after these lectures he died on November 15, 1917.

St. Paul the Traveller and the Roman Citizen – Ramsay, Sir William, D.L.C. - $14.95
This classic commentary on the book of Acts was written by a scholar who set out to disprove Luke's authorship and became one of the greatest advocates for the authenticity and accuracy of Luke's account;

Studies in Genesis – Candlish, Robert S. - $14.95
These conservative, expository messages are rich in devotional emphasis and contain many theological discussions of special value to all students of the Word. All the major events of Genesis are expounded to bring out the doctrine of grace. Thoughts and observations are expressed with a simplicity and economy of language seldom mastered. C.H. Spurgeon says, "We characterize this as THE work on Genesis... It should be in every biblical library."

Studies in the Sermon on the Mount – Chambers, Oswald - $9.95
The author's series on Matthew 5-7, first presented at God's Bible School in Cincinnati in 1907, serves to enlarge our understanding of Jesus' teaching about what His life really means in the believer's experience. For Chambers, the Christian life is authenticated when the indwelling Spirit applies the principles of Christ to the particular circumstances of the believer. Consistent with all his works, the author reminds us in these studies that our focus must be on God alone and not on those among whom we live.

Teacher's Commentary – Richards, Lawrence O. - $44.95
In this outstanding Christian education resource, the entire Bible-Genesis 1 to Revelation 22-is divided into teachable units. There are many "link-to-life" ideas to help teach each unit to any age group.

Wiersbe's Expository Outlines on the New Testament – Wiersbe, Warren - $32.95
The purpose of this book is to take you through the New Testament and give you the opportunity to study each book and its strategic chapters to learn how they fit into the total revelation God has given us of Christ and His redemptive work. The studies are concise and general and are especially suitable for Sunday School classes and Bible study groups that want to examine God's Word in a systematic manner.

Wiersbe's Expository Outlines on the Old Testament – Wiersbe, Warren - $29.95
The purpose of this book is to take you through the Old Testament and give you the opportunity to study each book and its strategicchapters to learn how they fit into the total revelation God has given us of Christ and His redemptive work. The studies are concise and general and are especially suitable for Sunday School classes and Bible study groups that want to examine God's Word in a systematic manner.

Wycliffe Bible Commentary (New Testament) – Harrison, Everett F. - $29.95
The Wycliffe Bible Commentary is an entirely new commentary on the whole Bible written and edited by a wide cross section of American Protestant Christianity. Within the limits of its more than a million and one-quarter words, it attempts to treat the entire text of the Old and New Testaments on a phrase by phrase basis. In addition, summaries of the major sections of each biblical book generally appear in the text in connection with the main headings in the outline. Thus the reader is permitted an overview and a detailed discussion of a passage at the same time. This commentary was acclaimed by Wilbur M. Smith as easily the best of its kind originating in this country, taking full advantage of the latest scholarly research. Forty-eight of America's leading scholars have contributed to this complete, up-to-date commentary.

Wycliffe Bible Commentary (Old Testament) – Pfeiffer, Charles F. - $39.95
The Wycliffe Bible Commentary is an entirely new commentary on the whole Bible written and edited by a wide cross section of American Protestant Christianity. Within the limits of its more than a million and one-quarter words, it attempts to treat the entire text of the Old and New Testaments on a phrase by phrase basis. In addition, summaries of the major sections of each biblical book generally appear in the text in connection with the main headings in the outline. Thus the reader is permitted an overview and a detailed discussion of a passage at the same time. This commentary was acclaimed by Wilbur M. Smith as easily the best of its kind originating in this country, taking full advantage of the latest scholarly research. Forty-eight of America's leading scholars have contributed to this complete, up-to-date commentary.

Comparative Religions

Does Jacob's Trouble Wear a Cross? – Weiss, Randall A. - $12.95
This book discusses Jewish origins of the Christian Church and details the history of Christian anti-semitism.


Biblical Counsel: Resources for Renewal – Kettler, Steven C. - $34.95
This unique book-length bibliography enables the reader to bring known Biblical counselors into the home via book, audio cassette, video cassette, and the World Wide Web. Painstakingly researched over a 15-year period, it is a gold mine of Biblical wisdom. The 5,700 titles by 2,300 authors include little known and hard to find books, for example, 273 Reformed classics. The breadth of the collection evidences the interrelationship of absolute truth, life, moral behavior, the law, freedom, obedience, social stability, and the positive sanctions of God. Therefore, it is a strong apologetic for the Biblical Christianity of our forefathers, that aimed to be true to Christ.

Cross References

Topical Analysis of the Bible – Elwell, Walter A. - $49.95
In this eminent biblical reference tool the editor restricts his analysis to 35,000 Scripture references touching on thirteen major doctrines of Scripture: God, Christ, the Holy Spirit, God's works and providence, revelation and Scripture, supernatural beings, human beings, sin, salvation, sanctification, Christian living, the church, and the last things and their many subtopics. In a separate chapter he presents an exhaustive analysis of the biblical statements regarding women. Those setting out to preach or teach a certain doctrine will find this book an invaluable source of help. It not only provides excellent outlines of each doctrine, but all their supporting texts as well.

Treasury of Scripture Knowledge – $19.95
The Treasury of Scripture Knowledge is one of the most comprehensive sets of cross references ever compiled, consisting of over 572,000 entries. This great reference tool is an invaluable asset for your Bible study library. The Logos Library System makes it even more of an attractive and interactive study aid by making every single reference in the book a hot spot. Simply click on any reference in The Treasury of Scripture Knowledge and instantly jump to that verse. Hit the "return" button on your toolbar and instantly jump back to where you were. With this powerful functionality available in the Logos Library System, you will find yourself looking up more cross-references and getting a better understanding of the text than you ever would have, when you had to sit down and flip through your Bible manually. The Treasury of Scripture Knowledge helps you get more Bible into your Bible study.


Amazing Grace - 365 Inspiring Hymn Stories for Daily Devotions – Osbeck, Kenneth W. - $14.95
Add a whole new dimension to your quiet moments with God! Each of the one-page "stories behind the hymns" in this uplifting devotional includes a portion of that hymn, a suggested Scripture reading, a meditation, and a practical application.

Imitation of Christ – a Kempis, Thomas - $14.95
In preparing this edition of The Imitation of Christ, the aim was to achieve a simple, readable text which would ring true to those who are already lovers of this incomparable book and would attract others to it. No claim of literary excellence over the many English versions now extant is here advanced, nor any attempt to solve in further confusion the problem of the book's authorship. As editor and translator, Kempis was not without faults, but thanks to him the Imitation became and has remained, after the Bible, the most widely read book in the world. It is his edition that is here rendered into English, without deletion of chapters or parts of them because doubts exist as to their authorship, or because of variants in style, or for any of the other more or less valid reasons.

Morning and Evening – Spurgeon, Charles H. - $9.95
This has been the classic daily devotional for thousands of Christians for over a century. Each day's devotions are available to you from the browser, choose today's devotion and it will bring up the appropriate devotion tied to that day and time based on your computer's internal clock, or look forward or backward through the 732 inspirational devotions and read Spurgeon's thoughts for any day of the year. More than a devotional, Spurgeon's Morning and Evening combined with the Logos Library System search engine allows you to gain insight into the mind of Spurgeon on your search topics. Expand your searches to include Spurgeon's Morning and Evening and when you do a search on a scripture that he has expounded on your search results will bring his insight into your study.

My Utmost for His Highest – Chambers, Oswald - $9.95
One of the most enduring inspirational classics of our time. The all-time best-selling devotional by Oswald Chambers, My Utmost For His Highest, fills your day with timeless thoughts from a humble servant of Christ. This is an exceptional Logos 2.0 daily devotional book. Just click on "today" in the browser under the title, and immediately jump to the devotional for that day.


Biblical Ethics – Chambers, Oswald - $4.95
This is definitely a study book but, as ever, with a practical spiritual end in view. The problems of human conduct both individually and socially are dwelt upon. The section headed "Spiritual Construction" is most helpful as are the latter sections such as "With Christ in the School of Philosophy.

Moral Foundations of Life – Chambers, Oswald - $4.95
These studies deal with the ethics of the Christian life and its psychology. Chapters headed: Habit, Behavior, Direction of the Will, and What to Think About, are full of practical 'down to earth' guidance for the day by day living of the Christian life.


Christmas Carol – Dickens, Charles - Free! At a time when "Merry Christmas" is being supplanted by a more vague "Happy Holidays," and the season gives way to coarse behavior and unchecked materialism, "A Christmas Carol" is the perfect guidebook to put things into perspective. This short novel by Charles Dickens, originally published in 1843 and conceived and written in a few weeks, is perhaps the outstanding Christmas myth of modern literature. Through a series of spectral visions, the miserly Ebenezer Scrooge is allowed to review his life and to change its outcome. The Ghost of Christmas Past reveals vignettes of Scrooge's early life as a schoolboy, an apprentice, and a young man in love. The Ghost of Christmas Present reveals to Scrooge that joy has little to do with wealth; together they visit the homes of Bob Cratchit, Scrooge's much abused clerk, and of his generous nephew Fred, who has married for love. Finally the Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come allows Scrooge a vision of what his end will be like if he continues on his present course--he will die despised and unmourned. After witnessing these scenes Scrooge is a changed man. He immediately sets about mending his ways, becoming generous and thoughtful and thereby finding redemption and joy. A timeless story the whole family will enjoy!

Holy War – Bunyan, John - $4.95
The battle rages for the town of Mansoul! But who will win the Holy War? Let John Bunyan take you to the continent of Universe as he weaves this exciting story of the struggle between good and evil-the battle for the capture of man's soul. This classic tale makes many spiritual truths come alive: the tactics Satan uses against us, the grace and mercy of God the father, the power and glory of Jesus Christ, the price that was paid to win your soul. This well-known author of Pilgrim's Progress combines scriptural teaching with fascinating allegory.

Love Affairs of a Bibliomaniac – Field, Eugene - $4.95
The Love Affairs of a Bibliomaniac is "a story or a series of sketches on the delights, adventures, and misadventures connected with bibliomania." The final work of author/poet Eugene Field before his death in 1895, this delightful volume will appeal to anyone who shares Field's mania for books.

Pilgrim's Progress – Bunyan, John - $4.95
Pilgrim's Progress, the classic work by John Bunyan, is known as the greatest allegory in the English language; Electronic edition.

Robinson Crusoe – Defoe, Daniel - $4.95
"The life and strange surprising adventures of Robinson Crusoe, of York: Mariner, who lived eight and twenty years all alone in an uninhabited island on the coast of America, near the mouth of the great river the Orinoco; having been cast on shore by shipwreck, wherein all the men perished but himself. With an account how he was at last as strangely delivered by pirates." This literary classic is available from Logos in its original, unabridged form. If you read Robinson Crusoe as a child, you probably would never have known the pages upon pages of his discourse on God and religion, and of his devout faith - many of which were removed from the abridged versions.


Images of the Holy Land – Isachar, Hanan - $29.95
Images of the Holy Land takes you on an exciting photographic tour of the places associated with Biblical personalities and events - Nazareth, Bethlehem, the Jordan River and the Sea of Galilee, where Jesus was born and grew up, and where he preached and performed his miracles. Jerusalem, site of his Passion and glorious Resurrection, is the jewel in the crown, which has attracted pilgrims for almost 2000 years. Contains 200 magnificent color photographs, accompanied by detailed explanatory captions written by Hedva Isachar Canetti. The text includes up-to-date historical and archaeological information with Biblical references and quotations.

Logos Basic Map Set – Logos Research Systems, Inc. - $12.95
The all new Logos Basic Map Set covers basic Biblical geography providing general maps similar to what would be found in the back of a printed Bible. There are maps of Old and New Testament Palestine, Paul's Journeys, the Biblical world, Herod's temple, and many more. Most of the maps were created with new technology developed for the Logos Bible Atlas 2.0.

Logos Deluxe Map Set – Logos Research Systems, Inc. - $29.95
The Logos Deluxe Map Set contains more than 200 maps covering the whole of Biblical history. The maps are beautifully rendered 3D views of the landscape with blow by blow, popup descriptions of Biblical events. The maps are organized into easy to use categories with thumbnail views of each map. The maps can be searched by Bible reference, place name, or person. There are also 3D models of the tabernacle and the various temples throughout Biblical history. In short, this book of maps is the perfect companion to your other Logos reference works for Biblical study.

Logos Map Set – Logos Research Systems, Inc. - $9.95
The Logos Maps are similar in scope to a set of maps to be found at the back of most Bibles. The Logos Bible Map set offers a quick reference guide to the geography of Bible lands. The map set was created with the popular Logos Bible Atlas software.

World Factbook – Central Intelligence Agency - $19.95
The CIA World Factbook is published annually in August by the Central Intelligence Agency for the use of US Government officials. Entries for most of the countries and significant regions of the world include color maps, flags, and hundreds of facts organized under the following major headings: Geography, People, Government, Economy, Transportation, Communications and Defense. This is an excellent resource for academic, business, travel, and missions research.


Handbook to Bible Study – Karleen, Paul S. - $29.95
The Handbook to Bible Study represents an entirely new approach to Bible study. Nowhere else will the conservative Christian find another Bible study guide quite like it: concise yet comprehensive, innovative in approach yet traditional in doctrine. Instead of simply giving you facts, it supplies you with the tools you need to understand the Bible, and shows you how to use them. With the help of the Handbook you can continue to learn about the Bible and deepen your understanding of God's Word to an extent you never thought possible.

Handbook to Prayer – Boa, Kenneth D. - $14.95
This handbook was designed to make prayer a more enriching and satisfying experience by providing both form and freedom in the practice of prayer. Ken Boa's books offer a rich resource of thorough provoking ideas for lesson preparation.

Handbook to Renewal – Boa, Kenneth D. - $14.95
Many of the affirmations in Handbook to Renewal are expressed as desires: you will be affirming that these are the things you want to be true in your life. Using this book on a regular basis will be a faith-building exercise that will make these affirmations increasingly real in your life. Ken Boa's books offer a rich resource of thought provoking ideas for lesson preparation.


History of Israel – Bright, John - $34.95
A scholarly analysis of historic Israel from foundations of civilization in the ancient orient through the New Testament period. This is a volume rich in historical resource material for the serious Bible student. It is especially useful for its treatment of contemporaneous cultures.

History of the Christian Church – Schaff, Philip - $79.95
For nearly a century History of the Christian Church has been considered a standard reference for Church History. Originally published in eight volumes with more than 7,000 pages, this new single volume electronic version contains the complete and unabridged 1910 third revision. Using the Logos Library System search engine, History of the Christian Church serves as a great electronic database of church history with every event available to a high speed search. This is the kind of book made for electronic publishing! It is easier to use in electronic form than it ever was in print alone. For any student who wishes to understand our common Christian heritage, this book is a must.

Jewish Sects of the New Testament Era – Weiss, Randall A. - $12.95
In understanding what life must have been like in the New Testament Era, Weiss presents his research on the times of Jesus as a Jew living in the New Testament era. This book details what the many facets of Judaism looked like in the New Testament era.

Josephus and the New Testament – Mason, Steve - $9.95
Understandably, throughout Christian history, the Works of Josephus have been indispensable in helping us reconstruct the history and the world of the New Testament. Arguably, apart from the New Testament itself, Josephus has helped us understand the life and times and the world of Jesus and the apostles as much as any other document of the ancient world. This book is a great value as a most useful introduction to Josephus by a master teacher.

Tabernacle – Levy, David M. - $14.95
Those who study the Tabernacle often find it extremely difficult to put their research into a systematic format that adequately conveys its true meaning and typology as fulfilled by Christ. For this reason, the author has tried to approach the subject simply, systematically, and scripturally. Unlike most books on the subject, the author has structured his material in a way that will save many hours of personal study for laymen, teachers, and ministers who desire a comprehensive view of the Tabernacle.

Traveling in the Holy Land through the Stereoscope – Hurlbut, Jesse Lyman - $14.95
Traveling in the Holy Land: Through the Stereoscope is a 100 photo tour of Palestine prepared by Jesse Lyman Hurlbutt around the turn of the century. Admittedly, this is something of a novelty product, but it has a rare quality of antiquity. It is like looking not at 100 year old photos, but at thousand year old photos as most of the major changes to the landscape and customs have taken place in the past 100 years. The photos and accompanying articles feature not only well-known Biblical sites but people living and working as they did for thousands of years, before 20th-century modernization. Each of the 100 stereoscopic photographs is discussed in detail by Hurlbutt and linked to relevant scripture passages. The left and right images of each stereoscopic photo are visible and useful, but the ability to see them in 3D requires crossing your eyes or using special glasses. A set of plastic stereo glasses, which can be used with the on-screen images, is available from Logos Research Systems, Inc. for an additional $5 including postage.

Who's Who in Christian History – Douglas, J.D. - $24.95
With over 1,500 biographical entries, this bibliographical dictionary is a comprehensive resource, spanning the first through the twentieth centuries-from Jesus and the apostles to Billy Graham and Mother Teresa. Any reader will be fascinated and inspired by the lives of men and women-well known and obscure-who were influential in Christian history. This one volume biographical dictionary is also a perfect resource for pastors, Bible teachers, Sunday school teachers, Bible students, and seminarians.

Works of Josephus – Josephus, Flavius - $19.95
This is considered the best and most complete one-volume edition of the classic translation by William Whiston. The works of Josephus — the first century Jewish historian — are indispensable to a proper understanding of Jewish thought, background, and history up to and around the time of Christ. This complete work includes the full text and notes of the original four-volume set.

Works of Philo – Judaeus, Philo - $24.95
Complete and unabridged, this updated version of The Works of Philo is the best and most complete one-volume edition of the writings of Philo Judaeus, a contemporary of Josephus. Now for the first time in nearly 140 years the translation of the eminent classicist C. D. Yonge is available in an easy to read edition. A contemporary of Paul and Jesus, Philo Judaeus of Alexandria, Egypt, is unquestionably among the most important writers for the historians and students of Hellenistic Judaism and early Christianity.

Wycliffe Historical Geography of Bible Lands – Pfeiffer, Charles F. and Vos, Howard F. - $29.95
A comprehensive reference work that presents the history, geography, and antiquities of all the Bible lands in one volume. Separate chapters are devoted to each of the ten areas significant for all Bible study: Mesopotamia, Egypt, Palestine, Phoenicia, Syria, Iran, Cyprus, Asia Minor, Greece, and Italy.


Encyclopedia of 7,700 Illustrations – Tan, Paul Lee - $39.95
An enormous treasury of 7,700 illustrations, anecdotes, facts and quotations for pastors, teachers and Christian workers.

Scripture Alphabet of Animals – Cook, Mrs. Harriet N. - Free! This American classic, published in 1842, is a little known treasure of information about animals in the Bible. Learn how God uses animals to teach us, to fulfill prophecy, to show His love, and even to speak to us like Balaam's donkey.


Love of God – Chambers, Oswald - $9.95
This development of how God's love is "shed abroad in our hearts," and what difference it makes, gives Chambers opportunity for expositions of passages selected from the Old and New Testaments.


Complete Guide to Bible Versions – Comfort, Philip W. - $4.95
Philip Comfort presents an easy-to-understand guide to English Bible translations. Comfort explains in simple terms how the Old and New Testaments have been passed down to us today, including what important ancient manuscripts were involved. He also guides the reader through the fascinating (and often inspirational) history of English Bible translations, showing how different Bible versions are related. Differences in several of today's common English versions are drawn out, providing an important guide for choosing between the often confusing plethora of English Bible versions currently available.

General Introduction to the Bible – Geisler, Norman L. and Nix, William E. - $29.95
This is the 1986 revised and expanded edition, with an excellent background for the serious student of the Bible. The work is divided into four major sections. Part One: The inspiration of the Bible. Part Two: Canonization of the Bible. Part Three: Transmission of the Bible. Part Four: Translation of the Bible. In addition there are a number of useful study helps. This book, in a single volume provides a strong historical foundation for biblical studies, and includes the additional revisions that evaluates the English Bible translations made since 1968. An appendix lists over 1100 English Bible translations.

Introduction to the Old Testament Historical Books – Howard, David M. - $29.95
This volume, part of the Moody Introduction to the Old Testament Series, introduces the historical narrative books of the Old Testament. David Howard provides the reader with cultural background information, sketching major themes, solving problems, and answering questions.

New Testament Introduction – Guthrie, Donald - $39.95
In this updated edition of his widely acclaimed reference work Guthrie provides background information for each book of the New Testament and examines issues such as authorship and authenticity, literary structure, and cultural setting. These discussions, as well as the notes and bibliography, are enhanced by Guthrie's attention to recent scholarship and current issues in biblical studies.


Abridged Brown-Driver-Briggs Hebrew-English Lexicon of the Old Testament – Whitaker, Richard - Free! 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 A trio of eminent Old Testament scholars - Francis Brown, R. Driver, and Charles Briggs - spent over twenty years researching, writing, and preparing The Brown-Driver-Briggs Hebrew and English Lexicon. Since it first appeared in the early part of the twentieth century, BDB has been considered the finest and most comprehensive Hebrew lexicon available to the English-speaking student. Based upon the classic work of Wilhelm Gesenius, the "father of modern Hebrew lexicography," BDB gives not only dictionary definitions for words, but relates each word to its Old Testament usage and categorizes its nuances of meaning. BDB’s exhaustive coverage of Old Testament Hebrew words, as well as its unparalleled usage of cognate languages and the wealth of background sources consulted and quoted, render this abridged version of BDB an invaluable resource for all students of the Bible.

Biblical Hebrew Reference Grammar – Van der Merwe, Christos;Naude, Jackie; Kroeze, Jan - $39.95
The stated aim of the Biblical Hebrew Reference Grammar (BHRG) is to "serve as a reference work at an intermediate level for exegetes and translators of the Hebrew Bible who have a basic knowledge of Biblical Hebrew, but would like to use and broaden the knowledge that they acquired in an introductory course." This purpose is acheived with a thoroughly systematic organization that facilitates using the BHRG in conjunction with the Biblia Hebraica Stuttgartensia. The BHRG functions as a centralized resource in matters concerning the grammar and syntax of Biblical Hebrew, and will be found valuable by both beginning and advanced students of Biblical Hebrew.

Dictionary of Biblical Languages With Semantic Domains: Aramaic – Swanson, James - $14.95
This Aramaic volume of the Dictionary of Biblical Languages with Semantic Domains (DBL) provides a comprehensive resource for the student of Biblical Aramaic. The text is ordered by GK (Goodrick-Kohlenberger) numbers, and most definitions are also categorized by semantic domain according to the numbering system set forth in the Louw-Nida Lexicon (also available in LLS format). This Aramaic volume of the DBL serves as a much-needed companion to the Hebrew volume of the DBL, providing numerous links back to the Hebrew volume of the DBL for comparison and study.

Dictionary of Biblical Languages With Semantic Domains: Greek (New Testament) – Swanson, James - $39.95
This Greek volume of the Dictionary of Biblical Languages with Semantic Domains (DBL) provides a comprehensive resource for the student of Biblical Greek: The text is ordered by GK (Goodrick-Kohlenberger) numbers, but vitrually every article contains references to Strong's numbers as well. Links to the Louw-Nida Lexicon (also available in LLS format) abound. Information on semantic domains is a mouse-click away. In essence, the Greek volume of the DBL is a centralized source of information about Biblical Greek, with numerous links to other resources for comparison.

Dictionary of Biblical Languages With Semantic Domains: Hebrew – Swanson, James - $39.95
This Hebrew volume of the Dictionary of Biblical Languages with Semantic Domains (DBL) provides a comprehensive resource for the student of Biblical Hebrew. The text is ordered by GK (Goodrick-Kohlenberger) numbers, and most definitions are also categorized by semantic domain according to the numbering system set forth in the Louw-Nida Lexicon (also available in LLS format). This Hebrew volume of the DBL is a centralized source of information about Biblical Hebrew, with numerous links to other resources for comparison.

Greek English Lexicon of the NT and Other Early Christian Literature – Arndt, William F. and Gingrich, F. Wilbur - $39.95
Recognized by many as the most comprehensive Greek-English lexicon available. A working knowledge of the Greek alphabet is necessary, as all word listings are in Greek. The lexicon lists English translation options for each New Testament Greek word, and gives citations for the use of these words in classical Greek writers, in the Septuagint, throughout the New Testament, and in Patristic Greek (the early church fathers).

Greek New Testament Insert – Chapman, Benjamin - $4.95
Chapman & Shogren. This is a book on Koine (Koy-nay) Greek grammar (the spoken Greek of the NT period, and the Greek used in the New Testament). The insert is clearly designed to be an aid to the reader/exegete of the Greek New Testament. The nature of the insert is not necessarily lexical or morphological, rather it strives to educate the user regarding grammatical and syntactical issues faced by the student of the Greek New Testament and Koine Greek in general. The insert is a tremendous complement to the Greek lexicons, texts, and morphology.

Hebrew Bible Insert – Putnam, Frederic Clarke - $4.95
The Hebrew Bible Insert is designed to be used in conjunction with the Biblia Hebraica Stuttgartensia, as a guide to the syntax of Biblical Hebrew. Examples of virtually every major syntactical construction are available from within the text, as well as paradigms to aid in the declining of nouns and parsing of verbs. As such, the Insert is a valuable tool to assist the student of Biblical Hebrew in the analysis of the Hebrew text. The Insert also offers tremendous benefit to the beginning Hebrew student by presenting the difficulties of Hebrew syntax in a clear, concise, and ordered manner.

Liddell and Scott's Greek/English Lexicon - Abridged – Liddell, H.G. - $34.95
Liddell and Scott's Intermediate Greek Lexicon is an abridgment of the Oxford Greek Lexicon, the most complete standard reference for ancient Greek from Homer to the Patristic writings (with excellent coverage from NT and Septuagint Greek).

Louw Nida Lexicon – Louw, Johannes P. and Nida, Eugene - $39.95
Louw-Nida Greek Lexicon is a modern Greek lexicon using the concept of "semantic domains." This lexicon differs from other lexicons in that it does not arrange words alphabetically and it does not give one listing of a word with all of that word's meanings after it. Instead, it breaks words down by their various shades of meaning. It then groups all of those entries together and organizes them by topics and sub-topics. It shows the nuances in word meanings and explains difficult expressions and idiomatic usages of words, and even provides advice on how words might be translated under various conditions. Since it groups words by meanings, it shows distinctions in meaning between similar words, and also between differences in one word's meaning in different contexts, as well as showing the overlaps between word meanings.

Merriam Webster's New Collegiate Dictionary – Merriam-Webster - $24.95
Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary is based on the world's largest collection of information about the way the English language is written and spoken in our time-a citation file of over 14½ million examples of English words drawn from actual use, more than 1 million collected since the last edition. The volume also includes: well-drafted Definitions and Pronunciations, Extensive cross-referencing, Stories behind the words, Guidance on Synonyms and Usage, Examples of Contemporary Use, Clear and Informative Illustrations and Tables, Extensive Supplementary Back Matter, and Help in using the Dictionary. This special Logos Library Edition allows users to instantly look up any word in the dictionary by direct link from any word in any book in the Logos Library.

Merriam Webster's New Collegiate Thesaurus – Merriam-Webster - $19.95
The Merriam-Webster's Thesaurus is unique. Each main entry contains a concise definition of meaning shared by the synonyms. Simple alphabetical organization throughout eliminates the tedious problems of hunting through an index several times and makes word-finding fast and easy. Thousands of antonyms, related words, and idioms provide additional up-to-date information and guidance. It is a perfect companion to Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary, Tenth Edition, America's best selling desk dictionary.

Strong's Concordance with Enhanced Lexicon – Strong, James - $24.95
Strong's Numbers with Brown, Driver, Briggs and Thayer lexicons allows English readers to identify and search for underlying Greek and Hebrew words in the original text. Definitions are found in Strong's Expanded Dictionary which is based on the Thayer and Brown, Driver, Briggs lexicons.

Synonyms of the Old Testament – Girdlestone, Robert Baker - $24.95
This standard work on the Hebrew synonyms of the Old Testament is unique in its field and has served as a handbook for theological students for more than a century. The studies are topical in nature, dealing with the leading topics of religious thought. By means of the Septuagint, the author explains the relation of corresponding words used in the New Testament. The Scripture is at all times regarded as "trustworthy and authoritative documents which are Divine in origin, though Human in expression." The author's aim was to supply a concise reference for the busy reader and a volume that would be of real value to the beginner in Hebrew to help them study Christian doctrine in the light of OT terminology.

Tense, Voice, Mood – Pierce, Larry - $34.95
Is a database of parsings for every verb in Biblia Hebraica Stuttgartensia Hebrew and Nestle-Aland, Byzantine Majority, and Textus Receptus 1550 Greek texts. Verbs' forms are assigned numbers like Strong's numbers. The parsings are based on two 19th century works edited by George V. Wigram, Analytical Greek Lexicon of the New Testament and Englishman's Hebrew and Chaldee Concordance of the Old Testament. In the Logos Library System the TVM number is automatically displayed at the bottom of your workspace as you draw your cursor over the King James Version of the Bible

Theological Dictionary of the New Testament, Abridged – Kittel, Gerhard - $59.95
The Theological Dictionary of the New Testament is considered by many to be the best New Testament dictionary ever compiled. It contains 2300 entries which cover the spectrum of biblical topics from "A to Z." The one-volume abridgment of the 10-vol. Theological Dictionary of the New Testament, keeps most if not all of the information that pastors and laypeople can use, leaving out the technical and bibliographic information. It explores how each word is used, often in detail, explaining and expounding the underlying concepts. As a consequence, within the Logos Library System, this work allows people who are not scholars to develop a deep understanding of the meaning and usage of words and concepts in the NT, letting them appreciate the nuances of meaning in the text and giving them a deeper understanding of what the biblical author is saying.

Vine's Expository Dictionary – Vine, W.E. - $24.95
Vine's Expository Dictionary brings the meanings of Greek and Hebrew words to life for the student possessing a comprehensive, a limited or a non-existent knowledge of the original languages. Vine's includes both Old Testament and New Testament words in this complete expository dictionary of more than 6,000 biblical words from the original Hebrew or Greek. When you put Vine's Expository Dictionary together with the Logos Library System and Strong's Numbers you have a link from the original language to the exact Strong's number which can be researched further in any other lexicon or reference work you have. Vine's has been a choice of scholars and laymen alike when they need to gain a comprehensive understanding of the original language meanings from some of the world's foremost Greek and Hebrew experts.


So Send I You – Chambers, Oswald - $9.95
So Send I You examines the Christian's call to missionary service. These short chapters tell the secrets of the fully surrendered life and how Christ's love can transform the world around you. The book explores the nature of God's call to every person and how to hear His call in your life.

Workmen of God – Chambers, Oswald - $9.95
Workmen of God offers a challenging approach to spiritual discernment and diagnosis. Pastors, missionaries, and those who want to know more about ministering to the spiritual needs of people will find timeless insights in Chambers' teaching. Taken from his lectures, this material shows how godly Christians can work for the cure of souls with passion and power.


Bibliotheca Sacra – Dallas Theological Seminary - $99.95
Bibliotheca Sacra (affectionately known as BibSac) is a theological quarterly that has been in continuous publication since 1843 (it is the oldest theological journal in the Western Hemisphere). It has been published by Dallas Theological Seminary since 1934. Its stated purpose is to provide continuing biblical and theological instruction to biblical scholars, alumni, pastors, teachers, and serious lay Bible students. Articles focus on biblical exposition and current theological and ethical issues, periodical reviews, and book reviews relevant to those engaged in Christian ministries. This electronic edition contains forty years worth of back issues from 1955-1995.


Paradise Lost – Milton, John - $9.95
John Milton's epic poem, composed in 1667, detailing the creation and fall of man. Long considered a valuable literary treasure, Paradise Lost provides us with one man's picture of the fall of Satan, the creation of the earth and all its creatures, and the fall of man -- all in the classic literary form of the epic poem.


Soul of Science - Christian Faith and Natural Philosophy – Pearcy, N. and Thaxton, C. - $14.95
This book surveys the development of science so that Christians may gain an understanding of its historical progression in light of their faith. It looks at science in its formative stages when Christianity was the backdrop to virtually all scientific discussion and then explores the key controversies that over the years have changed the face of science, including past revolutions in math and physics, and the biological revolution that is currently underway.


Elements of Preaching – Wiersbe, Warren - $9.95
"The art of biblical preaching- clearly and simply presented." Here are the basic preaching principles as well as the main preaching prohibitions that can help you sharpen and focus your skills in the pulpit. Underlying these elements is a heartfelt understanding of the power and purpose of preaching: "A preacher must not be satisfied merely to instruct the mind; he must also stir the heart and motivate the will to apply God's truth personally," say the authors.

Riches of John Bunyan – Bunyan, John - $4.95
This short collection of works by John Bunyan focuses on his theological writings as opposed to his more widely known works of allegory. The utmost attention has been paid to secure complete accuracy in the text, by collating the best editions of his works. Included are sermons on The Pharisee and the Publican, The Trinity and the Christian, The Law and the Christian as well as Bunyan's last sermon.


Biblical Theology of the New Testament – Zuck , Roy B. and Bock, Darrell L. - $28.95
This collection represents a collaborative effort by a group of theologians from Dallas Theological Seminary to demonstrate divine truth, inductively and progressively, through successive eras of human history. The team of writers demonstrate a high view of Scripture and a commitment to the proposition that sound systematic theology must find its roots in a properly undertaken biblical theology.

Bringing Sons Into Glory – Chambers, Oswald - $9.95
Chambers explores the value of spiritual discipline and shows how the Christian experience is not only a thing that we can work out but a matter that God works in. Your enriched insight into Jesus' life and mission will help you understand and appreciate your own life in Christ and your eternal destiny with Him.

Chosen by God – Sproul, R.C. - $9.95
Predestination, says the author, isn't just for Calvinists. It is for all biblical Christians. Predestination doesn't create a whimsical or spiteful picture of God, but paints the portrait of a loving God who provides redemption for radically corrupt humans. There is mystery in God's ways, Sproul says, but not contradiction. Point by point, this book examines the Scriptures on predestination and refutes the naysayers.

Complete Works of Francis Schaeffer – Schaeffer, Francis - $74.95
The books of Francis Schaeffer have marked a watershed in Christian thinking and have deeply affected a generation of readers. Now in this complete and final edition of Schaeffer's works, all twenty-two of his books are included. This is the definitive edition of Schaeffer's books, each of which he updated and revised two years before his death. A comprehensive index is included for easy access to the entire set. Similarly, the set has been arranged so as to best follow Schaeffer's thought.

Concise Theology – Packer, J.I. - $14.95
This is a guide to historic Christian beliefs. As Packer says, "This book sets out in short compass what seems to me to be the permanent essentials of Christianity, viewed as both a belief system and a way of life....As I often tell my students, theology is for doxology and devotion- that is, the praise of God and the practice of godliness. It should therefore be presented in a way that brings the awareness of the divine presence. Theology is at its healthiest when it is consciously under the eye of God of whom it speaks, and when it is singing His glory."

Crucify Him – Foreman, Dale - $9.95
A fascinating sight-seeing tour of all the facts known about the trial of Jesus of Nazareth. Crucify Him is a work of scholarship and faith for the layperson and lawyer alike, written over a period of nearly ten years by Dale Foreman, a Harvard trained trial attorney. Foreman is inspired by the belief that "a person can believe in Jesus and still be a rational, thinking person. It does not require a 'great leap of faith' across an abyss of ignorance and fear. The evidence is abundant; it only takes a step."

Disputation of Doctor Martin Luther on the Power and Efficacy of Indulgences – Luther, Martin - $4.95
Nailed to the door of the Wittenberg Church in October, 1517 to provoke a discussion concerning papal indulgences, this is one of the most significant documents in Christian History. Luther simply wanted to debate the practice of granting indulgences (allowing people to pay money to receive forgiveness for their sins instead of doing penance), but his list of 95 topics of debate was soon published and distributed across Europe. The debate in Wittenberg never took place, but these 95 Theses have surely made their impact on Christianity as many believe this particular document to be the spark that gave birth to the Protestant Reformation. The Logos edition provides the text of the 95 Theses in parallel English and Latin translations.

Essential Truths of the Christian Faith – Sproul, R.C. - $17.95
In R. C. Sproul's Essential Truths of the Christian Faith, over 100 important Christian doctrines are expounded, each in a few succinct pages-from the Fall to the Return of Christ, from Providence to Predestination, from Sin to the Sacraments, from Antinomianism to the Anti-Christ. Sproul's homespun analogies and illustrations from contemporary life make this book interesting, informative, and easy to read.

Glory of Christ – Sproul, R.C. - $9.95
Just what is glory? Christians know that true glory is eternal, not fleeting. The glory of the Son of God does not just inspire admiration. It evokes amazement, reverent fear, and worship. It reminds us that earthly vanity and pretension are petty when compared with the Lord of the universe. It stirs us to join the chorus of saints and angels, bowing before the King of kings. This is a view of the glory of Christ that will change lives.

Handbook of Christian Apologetics – Kreeft, Peter and Tacelli, Ronald K. - $24.95
Sensible and concise, witty and wise, Peter Kreeft and Ronald Tacelli have written the guidebook on apologetics. Their mini-encyclopedia will be a welcome resource for students of apologetics, pastors, small groups, and church members interested in evangelism, student ministry workers, and those exploring for themselves the validity of the Christian faith.

He Shall Glorify Me – Chambers, Oswald - $9.95
A compilation of Oswald Chambers' lectures on the Holy Spirit and other themes, compiled mainly from messages given to the men in Egypt and later printed as leaflets. Pondered in whole or in part, these studies are both of individual value or as part of the thread of continuity, the work of the Holy Spirit.

Holiness of God – Sproul, R.C. - $9.95
A profound, moving investigation of the character of God-His holiness-that defines all we are and do as Christians. R.C. Sproul says, "It affects every aspect of our lives-economics, politics, athletics, romance-everything with which we are involved." This book takes a look at the meaning of holiness and why people are both fascinated and terrified by a holy God.

If There's a God, Why are there Atheists? – Sproul, R.C. - $9.95
Sproul, with penetrating psychological analysis and insight into the meaning of Scripture, explains that the popular dismissals of religion are not to be accepted blindly. Instead, he shows that atheists derive their unbelief from such psychological factors as fear of authority, fear of exposure, and fear of God's "otherness." He shows that there are as many psychological and sociological explanations for unbelief as for belief. Here is a clear, thought-provoking discussion for the believer who is troubled by doubts or who wants to respond intelligently to unbelievers. And it is for the unbeliever with an open mind.

If Thou Wilt Be Perfect – Chambers, Oswald - $4.95
In If Thou Wilt Be Perfect… the author shows that reason has usurped the place of Christ's Spirit through many centuries. The quotations made by Oswald Chambers are themselves of great value, and the expository words that follow are full of luminous and practical teaching for us today.

Institutes of the Christian Religion – Calvin, John - $34.95
(footnotes by translator Henry Beveridge and Robert Dunzweiler) Theologian par excellence of the Reformation, John Calvin is best known for his Institutes of the Christian Religion, written as a theological introduction to the Bible and a vindication of Reformation principles. After appearing in several editions beginning in 1536, Calvin's Institutes was finally published in this authoritative 1559 edition.

Jacob's Dozen – Varner, William - $9.95
Near the end of his life, Jacob uttered an amazing series of prophecies concerning his twelve sons and the twelve tribes that would issue from them. Were Jacob's prophecies true? Have they been fulfilled? This book answers these and other questions.

Making All Things New – Chambers, Oswald - $4.95
Chambers explores the value of spiritual discipline and shows how the Christian experience is not only a thing that we can work out but a matter that God works in. Your enriched insight into Jesus' life and mission will help you understand and appreciate your own life in Christ and your eternal destiny with Him.

Moody Handbook of Theology – Enns, Paul P. - $29.95
This reference work covers major aspects of five theological disciplines: biblical, systematic, historical, dogmatic, and contemporary theology. It is the perfect study tool for the layman and a helpful refresher for the scholar.

Mystery of the Holy Spirit – Sproul, R.C. - $9.95
Jesus was God in the flesh. The Holy Spirit is invisible. As someone said, "The Holy Spirit leaves no footprints in the sand." He is mysterious - and powerful; from Tyndale House Publishers, ©1990. The Holy Spirit was present at the Creation. The Holy Spirit is active in our salvation. The Holy Spirit remains with us as a teacher. The Holy Spirit is active in our prayers. The Holy Spirit is the Comforter. The Holy Spirit is the powerful agent accompanying our ministry. Yet for some, the Holy Spirit is just a name with little meaning. Drawing on the witness of scripture and the testimony of the church's greatest thinkers, R. C. Sproul looks at God the Holy Spirit with clarity and precision to bring enrichment, enlightenment, and greater love for the third person of the Trinity.

Philosophy of Sin – Chambers, Oswald - $4.95
This book deals with the practical moral problems that every man must face, no less the Christian than the pagan. The emphasis on Sin is set against the reality of Redemption. "If sin is a radical twist with a supernatural originator, salvation is a radical re-adjustment with a supernatural Originator"... "It is only the right view of sin and right thinking about sin that ever will explain Jesus Christ's life and death and resurrection."

Prophecy Knowledge Handbook – Walvoord, John F. - $34.95
Here is a one-source reference book that covers all prophecies in the Bible. Everything from Genesis to Revelation, whether fulfilled or not-yet-fulfilled, each prophecy is discussed carefully, along with its various interpretations.

Prophets Still Speak – Meldau, Fred John - $9.95
The Friends of Israel Gospel Ministry has secured the right to edit and publish Fred John Meldau's classic work, Messiah in Both Testaments, under the new title The Prophets Still Speak. It identifies some of the major messianic prophecies of the Old Testament and shows their New Testament fulfillment in Christ. This book is exciting, informative, life-transforming-a tremendous evangelistic tool to use in sharing the gospel with Jew and Gentile alike.

Religious Affections – Edwards, Jonathan - $9.95
The author's object in this book is to distinguish between true and false religion by showing the marks of a saving work of the Holy Spirit in our lives. In his Preface, Edwards stresses the importance of using "our utmost endeavors clearly to discern... wherein true religion does consist." For "till this be done, it may be expected that great revivings of religion will be but of short continuance."

Ryrie's Survey of Bible Doctrine – Ryrie, Charles - $14.95
This text treats all of the essentials of biblical doctrine in a conservative and easy-to-understand manner. The topics covered include the importance of doctrine, what doctrine is, what God is like, the inspiration of the Bible, Christ, the Holy Spirit, the angelic world, the nature and depravity of man, salvation, the church, and what the future holds.

Saved Without a Doubt – MacArthur, John Jr. - $9.95
Do you ever struggle with the insecure feeling of not knowing for sure if you will go to Heaven? Is there any way to overcome that doubt? With pastoral love and concern John MacArthur answers the second question with an authoritative yes! He carefully examines the biblical texts affirming the forever quality of salvation, but does not ignore the troubling passages that seem to indicate otherwise.

Systematic Theology (Hodge) – Hodge, Charles - $34.95
It is hard to think about Reformed Theology without thinking of Charles Hodge, certainly one of the most often quoted theologians in the Reformed tradition. Originally published as a three volume work, the Logos Library System version combines the full unabridged texts in a single electronic book. This is an enduring work characterized by clear writing and thorough scholarship. It is a good standard work to add to any Bible reference library.

Topical Bibles

New Nave's Topical Bible – Swanson, James - $39.95
The best known and most comprehensive topical Bible, containing over 20,000 topics and sub-topics with over 100,000 scripture references. Logos' New Nave's includes 260 new articles and more than 1,300 new topics. Logos New Nave's also features more than 1,500 modernizations of archaic English terms. Combined with Logos Bible software, Nave's becomes more useful than ever. With Logos Bible Software you can even use the Nave's topic as a search parameter. For example, search for the word "love" within the verses associated with the Nave's topic "marriage." Copy search results to topic lists and your word processor. Billy Graham says of the Nave's Topical Bible - "Outside of the Bible this is the book that I depend on more than any other. Certainly there has been no book that has helped me more in my study." Revised and expanded.

New Topical Textbook – Torrey, R.A. - $19.95
Written in the tradition of Nave's Topical Bible, the New Topical Textbook is a practical tool for approaching the Bible text by topic. The most useful aspect of this work is that it is surprisingly different from Nave's in its selection of topics.

Willmington's Book of Bible Lists – Willmington, H.L. - $9.95
This is the most complete book of Bible lists ever published. The lists here can be used in preparing sermons and Sunday school lessons, in individual and group Bible study, and in personal devotions. A system of cross-references makes the lists even more useful by referring the reader to related topics in the book. Includes more than 350 lists of things in the Bible such as cities, parables, wars, occupations, kings, animals, martyrs, miracles, etc. with the biblical references for each entry.

Topical Dictionaries / Encyclopedias

Dictionary of Biblical Tradition in English Literature – Jeffery, David L. - $74.95
Offering an extraordinary window on centuries of dialogue between the Bible and literature, this superb, unprecedented, and award-winning reference work is designed to help the modern reader understand how biblical motifs, concepts, names, quotations, and allusions have been transmitted through exegetical tradition and used by authors of English literature from the Middle Ages to the present. The book includes several hundred encyclopedic articles (more than a million words) written by a distinguished international roster of more than 160 contributors representing the disciplines of biblical studies, theology, patristics, and literary studies.


101 Hymn Stories – Osbeck, Kenneth W. - $19.95
This is an inspiring collection of the stories behind your favorite hymns. The exciting events that motivated these hymns are brought to life in inspiring detail. Some of the well-known hymns included are: "A Mighty Fortress," "Fairest Lord Jesus," "How Great Thou Art," "Jesus Loves Me," "Silent Night," and "Amazing Grace."

101 More Hymn Stories – Osbeck, Kenneth W. - $19.95
A companion volume to 101 Hymn Stories, this is an inspiring collection of the stories behind your favorite hymns. The events that motivated these hymns are brought to life in inspiring detail. Some of the hymns included are: "My Jesus, I Love Thee," "Joy to the World," "Trust and Obey," and "Worthy is the Lamb."

Logos Hymnal – Logos Research Systems, Inc. - $14.95
100 MIDI hymns for playback or reading, includes fully searchable lyrics. Hymns are provided in standard MIDI file format. Use the hymns royalty free, load them into your music software and make your own arrangements, or just have the hymns playing while you meditate on God's Word.

Spiritual Lives of Great Composers – Kavanaugh, Patrick - $12.95 The Spiritual Lives of Great Composers will lead you on a brisk walk through the innermost thoughts of twelve masters of western music. Patrick Kavanaugh's extensive research and lively writing draws fascinating new portraits of Handel, Bach, Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert, Mendelssohn, Liszt, Wagner, Dvorak, Ives, and Stravinsky. His recommended listening choices will bring hours of pleasure, and greater appreciation. Today, when we are enjoying an important revival of interest in the classical music of our culture, it is important that we also gain a true understanding of the spirituality that illuminated many of our most brilliant masterworks.

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