When it comes to studying the Bible, there are more options now than at any point in history.
However, deciphering the plethora of digital options can seem daunting. “Church Executive” magazine tackled this topic with an article by Gary Derickson, Ph.D., the chair of Bible and theology in the Corban School of ministry.
In it, Derickson discussed the continued importance of good Bible translations and recommended educators and church leaders consider adding digital software to their collection of resources. Corban University currently uses Logos Bible Software in the classroom.
To read the article, click here.