• Gives us the start up of this origination by two well known theologians/scholars D.A. Carson and Timothy Keller. They see the issue and the decline and many of the unhealthy churches. Main theme is the theology being taught and used without being misconstrued. So this is an attempt to get individuals back to sound doctrine on the whole Gospel of God. They go out to organizations and in missions and preach these truths and break them down with an acronym that is biblical and easy to understand. This book is the first one to give you the scope of who they are and what they are about and what their aim is basically mission for this start up of this organization. The Gospel Coalition. There are sever other booklets on different topical doctrines of the Bible which are the essential to the theology to the Bible. I got the whole set and it is right on and a great refresher for me and is strongly recommended for babes in Christ those who just came to the LORD and surrendered their lives to Him. It is their hope by putting this together that other well respected known Christians will follow suite and say yes we have a problem and let's address it and in out context.
    1. I failed to mention in that list that founded the Gospel Coalition is three, not just two. That third person is "Dr. John Piper."
  • It is a good devotional. But when it is translated from English to Spanish it is not exactly word for word and a word thastr is similar is used in its place to translate it. Therefore it loses its meaning in some parts and that is the downfall to that. That goes for any translation. I just read my English version. I am a Polyglot I can speak 9 Languages. I am getting better at Hebrew, Greek, Russian and German. I can speak English, Mandarin, Cantonese, French, and Spanish fluently.
    1. I gave it a three because I am barley getting through the translation with help with my dictionary. I know some Russian but I am still studying. I am at a high intermediate level. Thus the Dictionary assistance.. I might be doing it a deservice if it isd a better translation than some of our English translations. It seems some parts are. I gave it a three stars on the scoring just in case. This is a standard they commonly use so it is good so far I am reading another Russian translation along with it and this one is superior than that one. It is a 1818 translation of the Bible. It is used by Baptist, Orthodox, Catholics and other Protestants in Russia, today.
      1. A good read and good insights that are beneficial.
        1. Good insights and Animals that we already know. And some that are now ex-stint. And some are not heard of, but slight description are in the Bible not are not confirmed animal's in the dictionary I wonder where they got this additional information. Other than that it is a good resource. Considering it was a free resource Logos gave me. I can not complain.
          1. I am new to logos. I just bought the collectors addition a few months ago. It seems I have tons of works in my library that will last several lifetimes. I am a heavy reader. I am now overwhelmed. I have not learned Greek or Hebrew yet. I have learned some words. The Basics and the pronunciation they have in the logos program. All the money I spent frustrated me that it did not have the Hebrew audio pronunciation. I had to buy it separate, You would think after all the money I spent they would included it like they did the Greek one was among my library. My question is the learning how to use Greek and Hebrew with your Logos library. Was it available for another later version...4? Is it worth to buy this resource or not. I am at the beginning of my Masters of Divinity degree and I plan to be a professor of ancient theology and Christian history. My professors want me to have some familiarization with Greek and Hebrew and if I don't they will have me take about two to three classes each ancient language. If somebody could answer my questions and some advice I would be very appreciative. Thank you. Be Blessed in Him.
            1. Greetings, Austin. Given your professional goals, I would advise you to take a full formal course in Greek at least. You might then want to consider Latin as another ancient language. These two would position you well for being a professor of early Christian theology. I've had the older version of this particular product sitting on my desk for about two years and I just started watching some of the videos today. I need to get further into it before I can have an opinion, but I do know the two gentlemen who created the content and did the filming, and they're both really solid. At the very least, the older version of this will give you a good overview of the basics of Greek and Hebrew and some pointers on how to begin to incorporate this into your study of Scripture -- but, as I said above, I think you'll want more in the way of Greek given your career goals.