Go to Content


Search this website

Here you will find some excellent apostolic website links to other sites, and some examples of how to link to pages on this site


We welcome links to this website, and there are a number of ways in which you can do it. You can link directly to any page on this site by obtaining the URL from your browser when you visit it, or obtaining it from the bottom of the webpage you wish to link to. Any of the studies on this site can be linked-to in this way. The studies also have bookmarks on every section, and on every note, and on every introduction, so that these can be linked-to directly.

The section links are generally like this:

Some examples of linking to Sections

To link to section 5.2 in "When is Divorce and Remarriage a Sin?"
Use: https://www.logosapostolic.org/bible_study/

To link to section 2.1 in "The Sin of Observing Christmas"
Use: https://www.logosapostolic.org/bible_study/

To link to section 4.1 in "Post-tribulation Rapture"
Use: https://www.logosapostolic.org/bible_study/

Note that in these examples the filenames have capital letters in them, and where this is so they must be capitals in the link also.

If you wish to link directly to a Note, or an Introduction, then for a note add "n" (lower case) and for an introduction add "i" (lower case). If the Note or the Use: Introduction has a number then add that immediately after the "n" or the "i" without a space between.

The Note links are generally like this:

Some examples of linking to Notes

To link to Note 2 in section 2.17 of "When is Divorce and Remarriage a Sin?"
Use: https://www.logosapostolic.org/bible_study/

To link to the Note in section 2.31 of "The Sin of Breaking the Sabbath Day commandment"
Use: https://www.logosapostolic.org/bible_study/

To link to the Note in section 1.2 of
"What Faith is"
Use: https://www.logosapostolic.org/bible_study/

Note that in these examples the filenames have capital letters in them, and where this is so they must be capitals in the link also.

The Introduction links are similar but do not contain the section number and are generally like this:

Some examples of linking to Introductions

To link to Introduction 2.1 in section 2.1 of "When is Watching Television a Sin?"
Use: https://www.logosapostolic.org/bible_study/

To link to the Introduction of Logos Apostolic Church of God "Articles of Faith"
Use: https://www.logosapostolic.org/bible_study/

To link to Introduction 7 in section 7 of The Doctrine of Divine Healing, "Paul’s Thorn in the Flesh was not a sickness"
Use: https://www.logosapostolic.org/bible_study/

Logos website also has a Greek - English/Textus Receptus - King James version, and when the Greek font is installed, each verse should give the English and the Greek side by side. Verses in the New Testament were once "book-marked" so that it can be linked-to directly from other sites, or from your own personal computer. These book-marks have now been removed so please change any links you had before.

If you have any difficulties, or need help to link to any other place on this site which is not yet book-marked, we may be able to put one in for you if you contact the Bible College.


Introduction 2

The links to other websites which we have included below are provided as a general guide to some good biblically sound information found on the Internet. This does not necessarily mean that we endorse every doctrine they lay out on their website, or in the linked article for that matter. Some of the articles on some of these sites we certainly disagree with, and what we believe is presented on this website. However, if we insisted on perfection with every website we would have no links at all, and would then miss out on seeing many excellent articles.
We advise you therefore, to please be careful and discerning as you read what is presented in the linked sites, as Jesus said, "Take heed that no man deceives you." (Matthew 24:4). Take the good and leave the bad, and like the Bereans of Acts 17:11, search the Scriptures daily to see if what they say is so. Be careful if they add to God’s word, or draw conclusions that cannot be proved from scripture. At all times let God’s word be your final authority, and let the Holy Spirit be your guide into all truth (John 16:13).
"Beloved, do not believe every spirit, but test the spirits whether they are from God: because many false prophets are gone out into the world." (1 John 4:1)
"Test all things; hold firm to the good." (1 Thessalonians 5:21)
In linking to other sites we will not use any images that represent God, Jesus Christ, or the Holy Spirit, that we feel is a breach of the second commandment (Exodus 20:4). Therefore we will not use any logo, or picture, or banner that contains a cross, or a dove, or a supposed picture of Jesus Christ, or a supposed Christian symbol. We sincerely hope that the links we have given will be a blessing to you.

#2.1 Post Tribulation Rapture

#2.2 The Sabbath Day

#2.5 The Name "Jehovah"

#2.7 Creation not Evolution

#2.9 International Church Directories

If you have benefited from visiting this website, then please tell your friends about it.
If you have a website of your own, please consider linking to this website.
Please copy and paste this link into Facebook and Twitter to all your friends who are interested is some excellent apostolic website links.

Home Page || Top || Bible Studies Index