Happy Sunday, friends!  Here’s what went down at ThinkTheology.org over the past 7 days in case you missed any of it…

New group forum gets a little sudsy 

Luke, Kenny, and Able contributed to a ThinkTheology forum called, “Beer, Believers, and the Bible.” Read all three posts and jump into the comments.  Share your favorite one on your Facebook wall (if it won’t cost you too many friends).

FlipFace_LukeLuke Geraty’s Posts

Our fearless leader did a review on the LOGOS Biblical Counseling collection, as well as an encouraging piece for leaders on Humble Confidence.


FlipFace_AbleAble Baker’s Posts

Our Canadian counterpart, the Able Rev. Baker put up two great posts about his work in the LOGOS version of Barth’s Dogmatics here and here. There is some great video content on the second post. Check it out! If you’re not familiar with or appreciative of the theological contributions of Karl Barth, you’ll want to keep up with Able’s series each week.

FlipFace_KennyKenny Burchard’s Posts

Kenny started the week with part 2 in his four-part series on biblical masculinity (this one is about the influence of our fathers). If you missed the first one, it’s here. Check out his review of the John Wesley Collection in LOGOS in tandem with his Weekly Wesley series.


Logos_Bible_Software_5More LOGOS!

In case you hadn’t noticed, we’re strongly encouraging our readers to increase your appreciation for, and your use of LOGOS Bible software. As pastors, aspiring theological thinkers, and students of Scripture, we think it’s the most powerful resource around.  You’ll see more about that in our reviews in the future.


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See you next week!