American Vision Materials

An American Vision version of Logos has been available for a while now, but I had only heard of it recently. Quoting from the blurb:

The American Vision Collection brings you 17 volumes on biblical prophecy, apologetics, and the place of the Law in modern government. It also includes commentaries on Daniel, Luke, Romans, and Revelation. The aim of these volumes is to help Christians develop a biblical worldview that subjects every modern philosophy, trend, and thought to the authority of the Scriptures.

The titles on biblical prophecy discuss common misconceptions in eschatology, end-times events, and interpreting Revelation and Daniel. Several works offer an introduction to presuppositional apologetics, while others present a presuppositional approach to combating atheism, Darwinism, the historicity of Jesus Christ, and other controversial subjects. Finally, top scholars in the field, such as Greg Bahnsen and Gary North, discuss the relationship between the Mosaic Law and modern government and its application for today. The American Vision Collection addresses the common misconceptions and misinterpretations of the Bible’s passages, prophecies, and parables, and the consequences that result from them. It is perfect if you are a pastor, student, or layperson seeking a deeper understanding of key biblical topics.

Since the American Vision Collection is fully integrated with Logos, Scripture passages are linked to your favorite translation for quick reference and to your Hebrew, Aramaic, and Greek texts for original-language study! You can also read the American Vision Collection along with your Bible dictionaries, encyclopedias, and the wealth of other Bible study tools in your digital library.

It’s pricy, at about $240, but I believe that it would be a good supplement for Rushdoony’s Institutes and other legal works.

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