College of Christian Studies

CSU partners with Logos for Christian Studies

By Jan Joslin | October 10, 2023

The College of Christian Studies announces a partnership with Logos Bible Software which started with fall semester. The Logos partnership will give Christian Studies majors, minors, and students enrolling in courses beyond the survey-level courses access to a powerful Bible study and research platform.

Dean of the College of Christian Studies Dr. Ben Phillips said, “The textbooks for the class will be downloaded into students’ personal accounts which will stay with them through their time at CSU and will continue to be theirs after graduation.”

Using the Logos app, which can be accessed by computer, tablet, and phone, students will have access to an online theological library. Students are also able to take class notes in Logos!


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