Only $19.95!
Subscribe Now!

Subscribe Now!

Place your order now for a one-year subscription to Bible Study Magazine at almost 33% off the cover price of $29.70!

Get into the Word with Bible Study Magazine, a print publication of Lexham Press, distributed by Logos Bible Software. Six times a year, Bible Study Magazine delivers tools and methods for Bible study and insights from respected scholarly and church voices.

Take advantage of our discounted subscription price—by subscribing now for only $19.95 per year, you’ll receive a new issue of Bible Study Magazine every two months.

In November–December 2014:

Eric Mason: Rooted in the City of Brotherly Love

When Dr. Eric Mason—church-planter, pastor, and author—began the process of planting a church in inner-city Philadelphia, he envisioned himself as an itinerant minister who spent a couple of years getting things running before moving on. But he soon changed his mind: “I found that with inner-city ministry, you have to be in it for the long haul because these are extremely relational communities. When you’re actively involved in an inner-city neighborhood, you develop a ‘trust capital’ that provides a pipeline for ministry. Building that trust takes time. People aren’t going to connect with a brand.” —Jessi Strong

From Soviet Soldier to Seminary President

When training his students for ministry, Russian pastor Andrey Kravtsev recalls his early days serving the church, before he felt any sense of God’s calling to leadership. “In Russian, the word for minister is the same as the word for ‘serve.’ If anyone doesn’t know how to serve, he cannot learn how to minister, because they are the same thing. You start serving in small things, serving people where they are and doing whatever is needed for your church or community. Then, when the time comes, God gives faithful servers more responsibility—and then more responsibility. But it all starts with humble readiness and availability to serve wherever you are.” —Jessi Strong

Not Your Average Bible Study—Lights in the Darkness: 8 Weeks in 1–3 John

Loving people is complicated. It can hurt. It is messy. Because of this, we tend to insulate ourselves from the very people who need our love. First John calls us to push past the fear of making mistakes or getting hurt. It calls us—Jesus’ followers, God’s children, and the Spirit’s vessels—to love others not “with word or tongue, but in deed and truth” (1 John 3:18). —Carrie Sinclair-Wolcott

Special Section—Out of Slavery: Exodus

The Golden Calf (Then and Now)

While reading the golden calf story in Exodus 32, many of us miss the point of the lesson. We may regard the Israelites as quite silly. They have participated in a series of “signs and wonders”—the 10 plagues in Egypt, the drowning of the Egyptian army in the Red Sea, and the awesome divine display on Mount Sinai. Yet after a mere 40-day absence of their leader, Moses, “they made for themselves a molten calf and bowed down to it and offered sacrifices to it” (Exod 32:8). Where did this bizarre idea come from? —Craig C. Broyles

Retelling Redemption

More than 100 years after Sir Arthur Conan Doyle created the famous detective, his classic tales are still being refashioned into popular movies and TV shows. Biblical authors recycled stories, too. Picking up on earlier biblical narratives, biblical authors used them to express God’s truth. One central event that shows up multiple times in the Bible is the Passover and the Israelites’ subsequent exodus from Egypt. —E. Tod Twist

Library Journal

Renew now at the discounted rate!

Each issue of Bible Study Magazine includes:

Feature Stories

Great interviews and articles with the biggest names in biblical scholarship and the church, including Josh McDowell, John Piper, Kay Arthur, Mark Driscoll, Randy Alcorn, Mark Goodacre, Daniel Wallace, Lee Strobel, N. T. Wright, Elizabeth George, and John MacArthur, plus off-the-beaten-path Bible study stories like “Rock Music and Bible Study,” “Bible Study in Hollywood,” and “Bible at Bat.”

Bible Study Tips

Thoughtful and engaging authors tackle the tough passages in Scripture and explain difficult concepts in a way that helps God’s Word make sense.

On the Cutting Edge

Read the Bible like never before with the aid of leading archaeological and historical findings. Includes articles like “God’s Word through Multiple Voices: The Case of Sennacherib’s Invasion of Judah” and “The Real Ten Commandments?,” which looked at Exodus 34 as the possible real Ten Commandments—not the traditional Exodus 20.

Not Your Average Bible Study

Encounter God by yourself or with other believers with an ongoing Bible study in each issue. Currently featuring “Hope for the Afflicted. A Study in the book of Ruth.”

D.I.Y. Bible Study

Learn how to effectively use Bible study tools with our how-to guides. This section tackles tough problems using commentaries, dictionaries, handbooks, and many other tools.

Thoughts from the Church Fathers

Read the Bible along with those who have come before you and learn from their wisdom.

Word Studies

Get a close-up view of the Bible! Each issue teaches you about significant Greek and Hebrew words and tells you how to examine the words without knowing the original languages.

What They Don’t Tell You in Church

Features articles like “What’s in Your Bible?,” this section graphically illustrates which books each church tradition considers part of their Bible. Also includes articles like “Counting the Ten Commandments,” exploring how each major religious tradition divides the Ten Commandments.

I Dare You Not to Bore Me with the Bible

See things you never noticed in biblical passages you have read dozens of times. Includes articles like “Paul’s Lost Letters” and an article exploring the question “Did Jesus believe in Reincarnation?”

A Moment with God

Devotions at their best—in–depth, but personal and applicable.

Bible Comics & Puzzles

The best comics and puzzles related to the Bible.

Weird, but Important

Strange passages explained and made culturally relevant. A previous issue included “Sanctified Dirt,” which explained why Naaman asked Elijah to take dirt from Israel back to his country.

The Bible as Art

Learn how the biblical writers used literary forms such as metaphors and irony.

Shelf Life

Stay on top of the latest books about Bible study. Each issue contains reviews of books and commentaries to equip you in your study of God’s Word.

Expand your study of the Bible and discover new insights from God’s Word!

In every 48-page issue, you’ll get sound advice and enriching insights from pastors and scholars who have spent a lifetime applying the Bible to their lives and teaching others how to do the same. Read pastor profiles, author interviews, and stories of individuals whose engagement with Scripture has shaped their thinking and defined their ministries. Bible Study Magazine reveals the impact of God’s Word on their lives and the power of Scripture in yours.

Click here to subscribe now! Only $19.95
Copyright 2008-2014 Faithlife / Logos Bible Software