The Greek Apocryphal Gospels in Digital Form

| March 27, 2012

My employer, Logos Bible Software, recently put the Greek Apocryphal Gospels on pre-pub. My colleague, Rick Brannan, blogged today over at the Logos blog about that product and those gospels. These gospel documents are not canonical. As Rick points out, they provide a lot of insight into what early Christians were hearing and thinking about […]

Polygamy and Old Testament Law

| March 26, 2012

[UPDATE 3/27/2012: I’m already getting comments that seem to suggest that I “missed” the biblical portrayal of polygamy as causing great consternation in the home. No surprise, and no kidding. I think my post was clear on this originally, but just in case … My point in the post that follows was that polygamy in […]

Seattle Times Article on Logos Bible Software

| March 26, 2012

Just saw this article (its making its rounds in the company) and thought I’d share it with readers. Technorati Tags: company, Logos Bible software, Pritchett, software

Naked Bible Podcast Episode #2

| March 24, 2012

I just uploaded the second podcast episode. The subject of baptism is continued, as the series begins looking at the conflicting language regarding the gospel and baptism in well known creeds. Technorati Tags: Baptism, circumcision, creeds, gospel, infant baptism, salvation

Podcast Note and Thanks

| March 23, 2012

Thanks to all who visited the podcast site for the first episode. My goal is to post an episode a week. Look for the second installment this weekend. Please tell your friends (and maybe a few people you want to irritate) so it grows. I’ve added the feed to several podcast directories this weekend to […]