What Makes Platinum So Valuable?

platinumOne of our most popular base packages is Platinum, which gives you all of Logos 5’s advanced tools, as well as a library of 1,370 resources that boasts a print value of more than $28,000. (Thanks to Logos’ bundling discounts, though, you won’t pay anywhere near that much!)

Why it’s special:

With any base package, you get a library that’s integrated with data, smart tools, and a clean, fast interface to access everything. All your books are interconnected, which means more cross-references between books, more valuable original-language data, and more relevant results in the reports you run—the Passage Guide, Exegetical Guide, Bible Word Study, and more.

Platinum shines because of the terrific resources it adds to your library. Here are just a few:

A Greek–English Lexicon of the New Testament (BDAG), 3rd ed.

“It goes without saying that all scholars and students of early Christianity will profit from BDAG and will want to own a copy of this fine new edition.”
Review of Biblical Literature, October 2002, by John T. Fitzgerald, University of Miami

“It is without doubt the best tool of its kind that exists in any language, and the present edition is decidedly superior to the earlier ones.”
Bryn Mawr Classical Review, June 2001, by Jerker Blomqvist, Department of Classics, Lund University

“In all, an excellent alternative format with distinct advantages that many will prefer to the print version.”
Religious Studies Review, April 2003, by Michael Holmes, Bethel College

Lenski’s Commentary on the New Testament

lenskis-commentary-on-the-new-testament“A great work of exegesis, every page the result of long meditation, based on rich scholarship, warm with holy reverence for the Word of God.”
Moody Monthly

“Lenski is one of the most helpful commentators on the New Testament you’ll find—especially for his knowledge of the original Greek text. No serious exegete should neglect his insights.”
The Discerning Reader

“A conservative, very extensive and generally helpful exposition based upon an exegesis of the Greek text. Armenian in doctrine, maintains a rigid approach to Greek grammar, and follows an amillennial interpretation of eschatology. Exceedingly helpful background material and abounds in good preaching values.”
—Cyril Barber, The Minister’s Library

Charles Simeon’s Horae Homileticae Commentary

“[Horae Homileticae] is the best place to go for researching Simeon’s theology. You can find his views on almost every key text in the Bible. . . . What Simeon experienced in the word was remarkable. It is so utterly different from the counsel that we receive today that it is worth looking at carefully.”
—John Piper, Desiring God

“One can easily find suggestive and practical helps in the preparation of sermons, devotional talks, young people’s messages, prayer meeting talks, Sunday School lessons and personal Bible study. The study of these outlines will contribute greatly to expository preaching.”
Bibliotheca Sacra, B.B. Siegel

“If Wilberforce is the most famous evangelical layman in the Church of England, then Simeon is the most famous evangelical clergyman.”
Who’s Who in Christian History

Get the best price: upgrade to Platinum now!

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Check out your custom upgrade discount, and upgrade to Platinum today!

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