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 THEWord, 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.