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Take your study of the Bible to the next level with B&H’s complete set of Bible reference works! The 13-volume Holman Reference Collection is packed full of dictionaries, encyclopedias, atlases, and commentaries—all of which enhance your understanding of the Bible and aid your study. The dictionaries and encyclopedias give you thousands of articles on the names, places, people, and events that bring the text of Scripture to life, and the atlases give you access to maps, charts, timelines, graphs, and hundreds of other visuals that help you see the Bible in its original context.
In addition to this complete set of reference guides from B&H, Logos is also pleased to offer The Apologetics Study Bible as part of this collection. Now all of the study notes, articles, and other great features which have made The Apologetics Study Bible one of the most important study Bibles in recent decades are available for your digital library. You get instant access to the articles and notes from contributors such as Charles Colson, John Frame, Norman L. Geisler, Al Mohler, Ravi Zacharias—now with the power of your digital library from Logos!
The volumes in the Holman Reference Collection are written in accessible, non-technical language, making them ideal for Bible study groups, family devotions, and personal study. Yet the contributions from top scholars make them perfect for sermon preparation, research, and advanced biblical scholarship. Logos gives you the tools you need to put your reference materials to work for you. Perform advanced searches, words studies, and biblical analysis with your digital library, and click your way to the Scripture texts you’re studying—in English, or in the original languages. Whether you’re preparing for group Bible study, Sunday’s sermon, or graduate studies, the Holman Reference Collection gives you one of the most complete set of tools and resources.
H. Franklin Paschall was president of the Southern Baptist Convention and the pastor at the First Baptist Church in Nashville, TN.
Herschel Hobbs also served as the president of the Southern Baptist Convention. He was the pastor of First Baptist Church in Oklahoma City, OK, from 1949 to 1972 and the vice president of the Baptist World Alliance from 1965 to 1970. A graduate from Samford University, he also received a Master's in Theology and a Ph. D. in New Testament Interpretation at Southern Seminary. He is the author of My Favorite Illustrations in the B&H Preaching Resources Collection (18 vols.).