- I somehow received this book free as a Kindle book and have read and re-read it several times, lamenting that it was not a resource in my Logos library. The Kindle resource is complete, but barebones in its features. I missed the ability to view Scripture references upon mouse-over. In Kindle the notes are not readily accessible either. I just did a "search" and found it in Logos. This is an absolutely outstanding work on the deity of Christ. It ought to be considered essential reading for every Bible-believing Christian. I have recently been answering questions posed online by Muslims. This book provides the Biblical evidence to back up the claims we make for believing in the deity of Christ. It also fully answers the questions I've encountered from Jehovah's Witnesses on these issues. I look forward to reading this book yet again, but this time with the very real advantages available in the Logos edition.
- I have been reading the works of Hendrik Kraemer. Today I was reading his volume, The Theology of the Laity. Dr. Kraemer refers to the work of Torrance several times. On that basis alone I determined that the works of Torrance were worth getting. I even went back downstairs to my reading chair to verify I had remembered correctly that Kraemer cited Torrance. My memory was correct, so I'm in on the pre-publication offer for this marvelous collection.
- I have the print edition of this resource in an excellent binding, and look forward to having the notes in Logos! I keep the print edition right where I can easily access it. Of the many study Bibles I have purchased in recent years, this one is my favorite because the notes and articles are a rich source of helpful information. I hope when this resource is digitized the proofreaders will catch the several errors I noticed in the front matter. But don't mind me, I'm a retired English teacher. You will want and find this resource most useful. It does not duplicate the information in the rest of the study Bibles you may own.