Who Was Clement of Rome?

Who Was Clement of Rome?

Clement of Rome was the first Apostolic Father of the church—a title given to Christian leaders who personally knew the apostles. He was also one of the earliest popes, and the patron saint of mariners. Not to be confused with Clement of Alexandria, who lived during...
What Is the Septuagint? The Beginner’s Guide

What Is the Septuagint? The Beginner’s Guide

The Septuagint is the oldest surviving Greek translation of the Hebrew Bible, traditionally believed to have been written by 72 Jewish scholars sometime during the third century BC. Since Greek was the common language of the Roman Empire, the Septuagint was popular...
Who Was Eusebius?

Who Was Eusebius?

Eusebius of Caesarea, also known as Eusebius of Pamphili—but not to be confused with his contemporary, Eusebius of Nicomedia—was a fourth century Christian scholar, known as “the Father of Church History.” Despite the nickname, Eusebius was not a Church Father. And...
Logos Bible Software Is Free (Sort Of)

Logos Bible Software Is Free (Sort Of)

Those of you who follow this blog know that I’m a pretty big fan of Logos Bible Software. There aren’t many posts on this site that were written without Logos open in another window. And of my top 20 most-viewed pages, eight of them wouldn’t even...
Spoilers: They’re Messing with Our Bible Study

Spoilers: They’re Messing with Our Bible Study

We’re in a privileged position. The Hebrews had to wait decades (or centuries) for prophets to show up and tell them what God had to say. And on top of that, there was time that passed between a prophet’s ministry and their writings being included in the...
8 songs now ready—AnthemBible: the Psalms

8 songs now ready—AnthemBible: the Psalms

If you’ve been following along the last few months, you’ve seen four songs crop up—one for each of the first four Psalms. Confession: we’re a good deal farther along on this project than we’ve let on. ;) We’ve created a new site dedicated...