Logos 10-Day Bible Study Training
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Learn a proven method for understanding the biblical writers’ original meaning.
- Over the next 10 days, you’ll learn a proven method for understanding the biblical writers’ original meaning—and how to bridge the gap from ancient context to life today. Click or tap “Follow” above to receive daily videos that will help you put essential Bible study skills into practice. If you already own Logos we’ll automatically add the course to your Logos library when you join the group!
- exceptionally interesting.
- How do I start the 10 days bible study training?
- Hi Michael Dais, do you have Logos on your computer? If not, you'll need to download and install it from here: https://www.logos.com/basic You will also need to go get the free course LT270 here: https://www.logos.com/product/138606/lt270-study-the-bible-with-logos-jonah-1-1-16 Your Logos will need to download your books and things and also the LT270 courseware. Once that's done, come back here and click on the Logos Pro Plan 10-Day button above. I think that should do it. In case I goofed anything up or left something out, Adam Borries (Faithlife) can check/correct me. He knows everything (about Logos, anyway).LT270: Study the Bible with Logos: Jonah 1:1–16Learn ten Bible study steps in ten video lessons. Go beyond simple Bible reading to serious Bible study, using the powerful tools in Logos Bible Software. Through a case study on Jonah 1:1-16, you’ll learn to Observe, Interpret, and Apply the Bible, an efficient and rewarding method you can use with any passage of Scripture. This course was adapted from a longer version of the same content. [[product product-id="122790" caption="LT271"]] will give you greater insight into Jonah 1 and more training on Logos tools, while this abridgment is suited to those who wish to fast-track their introduction to Bible study with Logos.www.logos.com
- "you'll need to download and install it" I would say to install the Logos desktop software for the _best_ experience, but it's not required. The Logos web app has most of the tools, and you can skip over the parts of the lesson that prompt you use a certain Logos tool you don't have. I mean, you don't even have to use Logos at all. The most important part is to work through the lessons and understand the _steps_ to understanding the Bible, not the particular tools you use to help you along the way.
- Wow. A prophet ran away from presence of the Lord. When we disobey God, we are running away from his presence.
- IgnoranceJonah Ignored God's command. He pretended like he never heard it.
- Where is the trinity?
- The Trinity was the primary topic of the Council of Nice around 325. There were those who began to question the Diety of Christ. Primarily Arius and Sebelius. The council and most Trinitarians (of which I am) find their support from Scripture in the following places: Christ is God - John 1 and was with God at creation Christ is of the same substance of God - John 3:16, 1 John 4. So John 1 is a straight forward verse, I won't spend time on that. The pivotal pointer is John 3:16 is the term begotten. Begotten implies that Christ was of the same substance as God the Father and therefore all the attributes of God (God in this sense is the trinity, not The Father, The Son, or the Holy Spirit) apply to Christ. One of those is eternality, not just future, but past or put another way He never did not exist. This was the key in the conversation with Arius and his follower in that they believed "there was a time when Christ was not." From a paper I wrote a couple years ago: The eternality of Christ is best stated in John 1 as John is plain in asserting that Christ was God and was from the beginning. That in Christ all came into existence, much like in Genesis 1 where God created everything, John reinforces the fact that Christ was God and was present at creation, not part of creation. Christ Himself states that He and The Father are one (John 10) in which Christ is stating one, or whole, or one unit. The very essence of God is in Christ, and for the essence of God to be in Christ, the eternality of God must also be in Christ. The term begotten as used in places such as 1 Jn 4, John 3:16 is a reference to “One and only of His kind.” Of His kind implies that there is essence that is the same between The Father and The Son, they are of the same hypostasis or ousia. if we study the New Testament, we will see that Christ Himself made no bones about that He was and is God. While in many cases, it may seem to us that there are few direct statements to this effect, that is not the case. There are many direct statements "I and the Father are One", but there are many that to us are missed as we are not Jews. The reading of Scripture in Luke 4 while we do not see it, the implication was clearly that Christ was God. This is why people were angry. The raising of Lazarus was one that is lost on most, as the common belief was that a person's Spirit hovered over a person for three days and then left, it was only God who could raise someone from the dead after that time. Christ waited until it was (based on belief) that only God could raise Lazarus. There is continual acts and actions which reenforce that Christ was God. Where the Spirit is concerned, we have to look at how He is presented and what is said about Him. Again if we look at Scripture we see that the Holy Spirit if the Spirit of God, not a spirit of God, but The.
- Is this up to date? And you should make a plan for people who are using other devices (tablets, phones). I figured out how to navigate some options by myself but there’s still places where I can’t find myself. Because of that I think I’ll leave and figure it all out alone
- Thanks for the GOD. In this situation I'm so much critical position that is mostly personal harecment that still no body or any man source not show with me. Daddy its my question why?