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Bible Explorer Resources

From RCS:

The Doxa Digital Press Platinum Collection (38 Volumes)

Authors: Various
Pages: 9,665
Number of Titles: 38 Vols.
Print Value: $550.00
Special: $9.95
Media: Download

Here is what you receive:

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There is currently a special offer from Logos on Charles Simeon’s 21 volume Horae Homileticae.  You can get it for 30% off of the sale price by using the coupon code “Biography.”  Here are excerpts from the email I received, and not that this is available to everyone through online checkout, but was not publicized through the normal Logos Newsletter.

http://www.logos.com/products/details/3050

The works of Charles Simeon are hard to find in print, and until recently were almost completely lost to our generation unless you had access to a big seminary library. …but now the massive 21 volume Horae Homileticae containing the collected sermons of Charles Simeon’s 54 years of preaching is available for Logos Bible Software.

As you can see by the return address and personal nature of this email, this offer is not part of a normal Logos NewsWire. This is a special personal message just sent to a handful of people who have shown interest in John Piper and is only available on the web and directly from me.

Right now I can get you Charles Simeon’s complete Horae Homileticae for around $35 per month. That’s about 50% off the retail price, and even 30% off the sale price!

Simeon’s test for a sermon, as he teaches in Horae Homileticae, is threefold: does it humble the sinner, exalt the Saviour and promote holiness? Wouldn’t we all want that to be our test too? I encourage you to check out Simeon’s life’s work today:

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Why Use Gmail’s SSL?

A post over at hungy-hackers explains why you should active SSL for your Gmail account immediately.  Here is an excerpt:

The problem lies with the fact that every time you access anything on Gmail, even an image, your browser also sends your cookie to the website. This makes it possible for an attacker sniffing traffic on the network to insert an image served from http://mail.google.com and force your browser to send the cookie file, thus getting your session ID. Once this happens the attacker can log in to the account without the need of a password.

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