Have you ever read something in the Bible, and thought, "Hmm... I wish I could learn more about that?
Have you ever wondered:
- What St. Peter means when he says Jesus "went and proclaimed to the spirits in prison"? (1 Peter 3:19)
- What the Temple that Jesus visited in Jerusalem looked like?
- What the number 666 might actually refer to in Rev 13:18?
Introducing the Faithlife Study Bible
Logos Bible Software (my "other" job) has just announced this exciting new resource for studying and understanding the Bible. Check out the video:
FSB works best on a tablet like an iPad,
but you can also use it on a smartphone,
installed to your computer, or just online.
Share your study.
You can also use Faithlife to connect with your church or study group. Set up a reading plan to study the Bible together. Make a note on a verse, and the rest of your group will see it when they read that passage.
When you sign up for Faithlife, make sure to join us at faithlife.com/tfcnw - we will be using it in the future to read through Scripture together!
Best of all, it's FREE.
The FSB will eventually be subscription-based, but you can use it until March 2014 for absolutely nothing. Just use the coupon code FREE at http://faithlifebible.com/!