Last Chance! Don’t Miss Your Introductory Savings on Noet Bundles

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A few weeks ago, we started shipping Noet bundles, and we marked the occasion with some very special limited-time savings. Now we’re down to just three days—after Monday, January 27, Noet’s introductory discounts disappear forever!

This is your last chance to get introductory savings on a Logos-powered study library in philosophy, literature, or the classics. You don’t want to miss out—browse the Noet libraries right now.

When you add a Noet bundle, you get:

1. A complete library of key texts

noet-classical-foundations-bundle Whatever your interests, you’ll find a Noet bundle that gives you your discipline’s core works.

  • If you’re interested in philosophy and apologetics, the Ancient and Modern Philosophy Bundles give you the works of Socrates, Plato, Aristotle, Descartes, Spinoza, Hume, and others.
  • If you’re interested in the New Testament, the Biblical Greek Bundle gives you Nestle-Aland’s Greek NT, 27th ed., plus LSJ, Porter’s Idioms of the Greek New Testament, and much more.
  • If you’re interested in ancient languages, the Biblical Greek, Classical Greek, and Classical Latin Bundles give you important primary texts and valuable study resources.
  • If you’re an all-around exegete, you’ll find a complete library of classical context in Noet’s Classical Foundations Bundle.

The great thing is that these libraries are carefully curated to give you the texts you’ll need. You won’t waste time on the legwork of rounding up hard-to-find editions—just pick up the Noet bundle that fits your study.

2. Logos-powered study features

noet-ancient-philosophy-bundleNoet books aren’t just important—they’re smart. With Noet’s free mobile app, you can study your new library using powerful research tools:

  • Run precise cross-library searches.
  • Set a primary source to scroll in sync with its commentary or translation.
  • See Greek and Latin gloss and morphology with a tap.
  • Remember what you learn with highlights and searchable notes that sync across all your devices.

Don’t have the mobile app yet? You can get it absolutely free!

So, let’s pause: you’re getting essential texts, powerful study tools, a terrific value, and additional limited-time savings.

Why haven’t you already picked up a Noet bundle?

“Noet is expensive”

noet-harvard-fiction-collectionClearly, the Noet editions are much more valuable than paper textbooks—they give you all the books you need, they help you learn more, faster, and they help you remember what you learn. The cool thing is that they’re a better value, too. If you’re a student, you’re probably paying hundreds of dollars for a single semester’s worth of books. With Noet, you can take that book budget and get entire discipline-specific libraries.

Plus, not only do Noet bundles give you the most important books, in carefully curated libraries, connected by smart study features, all for less than what you’re already paying for paper textbooks—for just three more days, introductory savings make them an even better deal.

Take advantage of your introductory savings: pick out your favorite Noet bundle right now.

(P.S. Don’t want to spend your book budget all at once? Spread out the costs with an interest-free payment plan!)

“I’m interested in the Bible, not the classics”

noet-biblical-greek-bundleYou appreciate rigorous study and nuanced interpretation, but you’d rather devote all your attention to Scripture. Why, then, read the classics?

Well, intellectual history and the history of Christian theology aren’t distinct disciplines—they’re a conversation, and they have been ever since Paul started using Greco-Roman rhetorical strategies to drive his points home.

In the West, the Bible is the ultimate classic, and Christian theology is woven into our literary and philosophical canon. When you study the classics, you aren’t turning your back on the Bible—you’re joining the conversation it’s been part of for millennia.

Engage the culture: pick out a Noet bundle while you can still get your introductory savings.

“Noet just doesn’t sound that interesting”

noet-harvard-classics-collectionA confession: I find some philosophy boring. I find certain philosophers’ prose intolerably dense. There are writers I’ve been trying to like for years who, deep down, I know I’ll never like. But none of that matters, because I’ve found the classical authors I love. You will, too, and then you’ll hear their ideas echo through everything else you read, just like you hear the Bible in the pages of Dostoyevsky.

But you don’t need me to describe what it’s like to get immersed in a beautiful, fascinating book. You’ve felt it.

And you know how hard it can be to find books like that, books that connect writer and reader across the barriers of time and language. With a Noet bundle, you’re getting the classics, preselected for quality by centuries of readers like you. What’s more, Noet’s study tools make deep, connected reading easier: they show you original-language nuance with a tap, and they connect you to related texts so you can focus on what you’re reading, not on indexes and tables of contents.

You don’t have to think all the classics are interesting to discover your next favorite writer. Browse all the Noet libraries at Noet.com/Products.

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You have only three more days to take advantage of your introductory savings—on Monday, January 27, they’ll be gone forever.

Don’t miss out: add your favorite Noet bundles at Noet.com/Products!

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