Free Friday! Come Let Us Reason

Free Book Friday for Bible Software

What attitudes or assumptions do they come in with that hinder their giving the gospel a hearing and that need to be undermined? For example, many people in the United States embody values best articulated by Friedrich Nietzsche. This is not to say that they know their views are from Nietzsche. Rather, they think about their lives primarily in aesthetic categories. Moral reality, to the extent that they give it a thought, appears to be an alien intrusion that hinders their pursuit of the best life. One of my goals as a teacher is to get my students to think about their lives in terms of virtue rather than pleasure. 

Happy Friday everyone! Today’s free download, usually $24.95, is Come Let Us Reason: New Essays in Christian Apologetics by Paul Copan and William Lane Craig.

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Get to Know Donald Cantrell

donald cantrellDonald Cantrell has been a preacher of the gospel since 1980. His goal in writing books is to be helpful to ministers who may need a simple thought to prompt them in developing a mighty message. His hope is to be practical, preachable, and accessible to the busy and pressured pastor.

In addition to preaching and writing, Donald has been active in personal sermon consulting and research, offering help with individual sermon development, subject research, Bible character studies, and sermon series. He has also helped various pastorates with the leading of revivals.

When he released Bible Commentary Snapshots to WORDsearch, we talked with the Florida Gators fan about his alliteration style, preaching, and his writing process. [Read more…]

5 Essential Tips to Finding Treasures in Scripture

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In honor of our new release of 4 new Treasures from the Scriptures volumes this is a re-post of a previously posted guest blog from author Rod Mattoon. 

Let me say up front that I use WORDsearch almost every single day because I study every day. There are two main features that help me immensely.

1. The Topics button
A. Subject Research
This tool enables me to do in-depth studies on any particular subject I want to research. For example, if I am preaching through the book of Job and want to find material on “trials.” By finding verses and information about “trials,” I can then form an outline on this particular subject or incorporate the principles into my message.

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Sermons, Commentary & Cross-Referencing – All in One Resource

Have you used The Sermon Notebook in your WORDsearch library? If so, great news! Alan Carr has added 12 new volumes of topical sermons that you can add to your library for free! Just open WORDsearch, and you will get a pop-up box asking if you would like to update a book in your library. If you click “yes, update it” these sermons will be added. (If you don’t see a pop-up box, go to Help – Check for Book Updates.)

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Why You Should Attend the WORDsearch Training Conference

Make plans now to join us at the beautiful Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, TX on August 7-8, 2017! At WORDsearch Bible, we believe that when you are a better student of God’s Word, you are a better teacher of God’s Word. To help you make the most of your investment in WORDsearch, we offer WORDsearch Training Conferences.

Here are 3 reasons you should come join us in Fort Worth.

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Save Hours of Research with A New Resource Unlike Any Other

Example of Exegetical Summary Series – Matthew alongside the ESV

You can save many hours of research in God’s Word with the new Exegetical Summary Series. Compare and summarize excellent Bible translations commentaries, lexicons, and other study resources, all from your WORDsearch desktop.

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