The name Philologos is made up of two parts: philo which means
"loving; having an affinity for" and logos which means "word."
We narrow the definition of logos down to mean THE Word, Jesus,
and seek to provide materials that facilitate the acquiring of a personal
relationship with the Messiah, Jesus Christ of Nazareth, with a special emphasis
on his Jewish background and prophetic ministry. To this end we offer the
following areas of study:
books by such noted authors as Alfred Edersheim, E. W. Bullinger, Louis
Ginzburg, W. M. Ramsay, John Lightfoot etc.
Prophecy Research (BPR): files dedicated to breaking down and examining
different phrases/concepts mostly dealing with the Book of Revelation and
its role as the "Grand Central Station" of Biblical prophecy; a
place to use as a springboard for a journey that encompasses every nook and
cranny of the Bible.
Guide: our recommendations for materials (books, software, videos) we
have found helpful in our studies.
Calendar: a reference source used as a reminder of upcoming Jewish
events and holy days. Also includes significant past events in Jewish
history, as well as upcoming astronomical happenings.