Published on June 18, 2018 by Joshua R Monroe

A Brief Notice from Books At a  Glance

Fred Zaspel


We usually focus here on print books, but this outstanding resource certainly deserves notice also. D.A. Carson of course has established himself as one of the premier biblical scholars of our day, and for many years now he has been active teaching, writing, directing The Gospel Coalition, as well as keeping a full preaching and teaching schedule around the country and around the world. Logos has collected 553 recordings of sermons and lectures on a full range of subjects and has made them available both in video and in digital text, providing a biblical study resource of unusual breadth and depth.

Sermon & lecture series range from biblical book studies (Nehemiah, Psalms, Jeremiah, Ezekiel, The Olivet Discourse, Acts, Philippians, Hebrews, First Peter, First John, Revelation, etc.) to contemporary theological issues (Open Theism, Pluralism, Postmodernism, The Intolerance of Tolerance, The New Perspective on Paul, Cross-Cultural Training, etc.) to specific theological topics (Chosen by God, Baptist Beliefs, The Holy Spirit, etc.) to various interpretive issues (Introduction to Biblical Interpretation, The Use of the Old Testament in the New, etc.), evangelism, evangelistic addresses, and scores of expositions on various passages of Scripture.

Carson is well-known for his careful exposition of Scripture, and this massive resource makes much of his work available for the first time in fully-searchable digital text. If you don’t already have Logos, the Carson Sermon Archive is – all by itself – a great reason to get it.

A veritable gold mine of biblical studies.  

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