Save on These Pre-Pubs under $15

Keeping your eye on the Pre-Pub page is still one of the best ways to find a bargain on Logos.com.

You’ll find some of the best deals on resources while they are generating interest in Pre-Pub. Once these products ship the price goes up, and you’ll rarely find them priced this low again.

Check out these Pre-Pubs priced at less than $15. Some of them ship soon, so order now!

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Last Chance: All Zondervan Pre-Pubs Ship Friday!

Time is running out to pick up incredible content from Zondervan at Pre-Pub prices. The following collections will ship Friday, May 18—don’t miss out!

Zondervan Bible Reference Bundle 3 (63 vols.)

This all-encompassing collection of reference material comprises groundbreaking studies tackling important subjects such as ethics, major world religions, theology, and much more.

You can get 63 new Zondervan books at some of the best prices available anywhere—digital or print. Books like Michael Horton’s The Christian Faith, a dozen new volumes in the NIV Application Commentary, and many more are available for pre-order in a discounted 63-volume bundle .

If you were to get all these books in print, you would pay $1,674.37, and even if you searched the web and found the best deals, you would still pay well over $1,000.00. For a couple more days, you can get all these books for around $899.95 on Pre-Pub, which works out to around $14 per volume.

This pricing is only available until this collection ships Friday, May 18. After we ship, the price will jump, so the window of time to get this discount is quickly closing.

This hefty bundle is composed of the following twelve collections which also ship May 18:

Whether you  invest in the entire 63-volume reference bundle or hand-pick a few of these amazing collections, you need to act soon. We ship all of these Zondervan books May 10, and then the price goes up. Pre-order them now!

Exclusive Mother’s Day Deals from Logos!

Wondering what to get your wife or mom for Mother’s Day? Don’t get her something that will grow less significant over time; give her a gift that will yield fruit for years to come. With Logos Bible Software, Mom can mine the riches of God’s Word for valuable insight and wisdom. More women are discovering the riches of Scripture using Logos Bible Software every day.

Take a tour of Logos 4 and see why  Kay Arthur, CEO and co-founder of Precept Ministries International, calls Logos “an awesome way to expand [your] understanding of the Word through the scholarship of others.”

A Very Special Mother’s Day Offer

We have been working hard on a special Women’s Library, and Mother’s Day seems like a perfect opportunity to offer a sneak peek at this new collection. In fact, we’re offering the Women’s Library for 15% off with the coupon code MOMDAY, and you can get it at Logos.com/WomensLibrary or through our sales department at 1-800-875-6467.

The Women’s Library collection features:

  • English Bibles
  • Topical studies
  • Bible commentaries
  • Bible references
  • Counseling resources
  • Introductions and surveys
  • And so much more!

On top of great resources for Bible study, the Women’s Library includes many other special titles like:

See all the contents of this collection at Logos.com/WomensLibrary.

The retail value of the Women’s Library is over $3500, but with this offer you can pick it up for less than $300! Does your mother or wife already own a base package? You can purchase the Women’s Library add-on which will add the distinctive titles from this collection to her library. Call 1-800-875-6467 from 6 a.m. to 5 p.m. (PST) for special add-on prices! But hurry, this is a special introductory offer. This library will not be this price for long.

Take 15% off All Base Packages

Are you more interested in one of our other base packages? Take 15% off our popular base packages, with the coupon code MOMDAY. Compare the resources available in our various base packages to see which one is the right fit. She will love using Logos Bible Software to enhance her study and having the freedom to take her Bible study library and tools anywhere with free Logos mobile apps.

Get your gift in time for Mother’s Day by ordering your DVD with overnight shipping, or call our sales department to have them assign an immediate download. 

Whether you use the coupon code MOMDAY to get 15% off the exclusive Women’s Library or one of our other base packages, Mom will love a Mother’s Day gift that deepens and enriches her study of God’s Word.

Save 15% from Software Bíblico Logos—Now through May 10!

Did you know that Logos has a Spanish department? It’s true! The Logos Spanish department is bringing the best Bible study tools to the Spanish-speaking world.

If you know someone who could benefit from powerful Bible study tools in Spanish, forward this post to them and let them know about Software Bíblico Logos!

15 % de ahorro en cualquier biblioteca en español

Logos tiene seis bibliotecas en español:

Y desde ahora hasta el 10 de Mayo, puedes ahorrar 15% en cualquier biblioteca en español con el cupón promocional: MAYO

Muchos más recursos poderosos en español

Software Bíblico Logos tiene muchos excelentes recursos para mejorar tu estudio bíblico. Revisa colecciones tales como:

Si conoces de alguien que podría beneficiarse de contar con herramientas poderosas para el estudio bíblico, ¡envíale este artículo y recomiéndale Software Bíblico Logos!

¡Y recuerda aprovechar este descuento especial en cualquier biblioteca en español usando el cupón promocional MAYO antes del 10 de Mayo!

The Expositor’s Bible Commentary Just Got Better!

Many pastor’s studies, seminary libraries, and Christian homes contain at least one volume of The Expositor’s Bible Commentary. This commentary series has become a benchmark tool for pastors and Bible students alike. Winning the coveted Gold Medallion Book Award for exceptional Christian content and selling two million copies, the Expositor’s Bible Commentaries have provided exceptional Bible study content to this generation.

Your Favorite Commentary Series—Completely Updated!

Zondervan is continuing this award-winning legacy with a completely revised and updated Expositor’s Bible Commentary for a new millennium. This new series contains 60% more content and provides the most recent evangelical scholarship from world-class scholars including new contributors like: George Guthrie, John WaltonEugene H. Merrill, and Andreas Köstenberger.

The Expositor’s Bible Commentary, Revised Edition will add depth to your preaching, teaching, and study with brand-new commentaries covering over 30 books of the Bible written by today’s most respected teachers, pastors, and scholars. The whole revision is being overseen by general editors Tremper Longman and David Garland.

New commentaries in the revised series include the following (other volumes have been revised and updated throughout):

Pick up the commentary series that Craig Keener calls “an abundance of excellent scholarship from many of the most prominent and careful evangelical biblical scholars today.”

Get it on Pre-Pub today for only $319.99!

What If I Already Own the Expositor’s Bible Commentary?

You may own the original Expositor’s Bible Commentary series. That’s okay. Simply call us at 800-875-6467 to find out if you qualify for the special $274.99 upgrade price! Special pricing expires May 15, 2012, so call now!

Win a Free Kindle Fire from Pastorum Live!

You can win a Kindle Fire from Pastorum Live!

Not only can you attend Pastorum Live and learn from scholars like Mark Strauss, Craig Keener, and Craig Evans, you can become better acquainted with their works via the free Logos app. The Logos Android app gives you mobile access to a selection of resources from the Logos and Vyrso libraries.

Imagine attending Pastorum Live to hear Daniel I. Block’s session, “What Pleases God? The Hebrew Key to Divine Satisfaction,” and then downloading his New American Commentary on Judges and Ruth for only $23.99—on your free Kindle Fire!

Don’t miss Logos’ special discounts for Pastorum Live! Registration costs range from $99–149, with special rates for students, faculty, and church staff. So register for Pastorum Live today!

You don’t have to attend Pastorum Live to win the free Kindle Fire! Jump over to the giveaway page and enter to win now!

10 Books to Enrich Your Prayer Life on the National Day of Prayer

Today is the National Day of Prayer, an annual day set aside in America to turn to God in prayer and meditation.

Nothing can replace the access believers have to God through prayer—it is an invaluable part of a Christian’s life. Yet in a 2010 Lifeway Christian Resources poll of 1,200 18–29-year-olds, only 35% of those who identified themselves as Christians ever prayed with others, and 38% seldom (if ever) prayed alone.

We are talking about God’s call to his people to respond to him through repentance, intercession, and supplication. Prayer is too important to neglect!

If you need to revitalize your prayer life or just understand prayer better, both Logos and Vyrso have you covered!

Prayer Resources from Logos

  • Prayer: Basic Training by Warren Wiersbe: join Warren Wiersbe as he probes Jesus’ high priestly prayer in this commentary on John 17.
  • How to Get Results through Prayer by Jerry Bridges: are some prayer methods more effective than others? Jerry Bridges says, “Yes!”
  • An Exposition on Prayer in the Bible (5 vols.) by Dr. James Rosscup: learn about more than 1,000 references to prayer in 61 of the Bible’s 66 books. This five-volume collection on prayer compiles 50 years worth of Dr. Rosscup’s teachings on prayer.
  • Transforming Prayers by Kenneth Boa: “I have delighted in and reveled in the beauty of nature for as long as I can remember,” states Boa in the preface of Transforming Prayers. Pairing each prayer with an inspirational photo of nature, he combines written words with a visual illustration of God’s glory for greater effect.
  • Nelson’s Personal Handbook on Prayer by James C. Wilhoit: designed to be thorough and cover a wide-range of topics for personal growth, this practical guide will walk the reader through all aspects of prayer.
  • More Logos resources on prayer

Ebooks from Vyrso on Prayer

The National Day of Prayer is more than an opportunity to set aside some time to pray for our country. We can use this day to remember the value of consistent prayer.

Free Book of the Month: A. W. Pink’s The Godhood of God

A. W. Pink’s The Godhood of God is May’s Free Book of the Month!

“God not only created everything, but everything which He created is subject to His immediate control. God rules over the works of His hands. God governs the creatures He has made. God reigns with universal dominion.”—A. W. Pink

Arthur Walkington Pink, pastor and biblical scholar, discusses the omnipotence and sovereignty of God in The Goodhood of God. This book extols the virtues of a God who is more than a distant figurehead or quiet spectator, but the supreme potentate of the universe.

Biographer Iain H. Murrary says, “The widespread circulation of [Pink's] writings after his death made him one of the most influential evangelical authors in the second half of the twentieth century.”

You can get Pink’s book free throughout May, and when you visit the Free Book of the Month page, you can enter to win the 40-volume A. W. Pink Collection.

Visit the Free Book of the Month page to download your free book and enter the giveaway!

Dr. Craig Evans on the Dead Sea Scrolls and Pastorum Live

Pastorum Live is coming to Chicago June 5–6. Register today and you will spend two days with 21 of the world’s leading Bible scholars examining scriptural themes like covenant, God’s kingdom, and the mission of the church.

An Interview with Craig Evans

Craig Evans, Payzant distinguished professor of New Testament at Acadia Divinity College of Acadia University, is one of Pastorum Live’s distinguished speakers. Dr. Evans taught for 21 years Trinity Western University, where he directed the graduate program in biblical studies and founded the Dead Sea Scrolls Institute. Author and editor of more than 60 books and hundreds of articles and reviews, Dr. Evans regularly speaks at conferences and retreats. He has also served as a consultant for the National Geographic Society.

We talked to Dr. Evans about his session, The Dead Sea Scrolls and New Testament Christology; here’s what he had to say.

Logos: How would you describe the importance of the Dead Sea Scrolls?

Dr. Evans: It is, without a doubt, the most important discovery relating to the Bible. The Dead Sea Scrolls are hugely important for the OT, NT, and what lies between.

Logos: What significance do the Dead Sea Scrolls have for biblical studies?

Dr. Evans: Two basic things:

  1. For Old Testament studies, the Dead Sea Scrolls provide invaluable information relating to the text of the Hebrew Bible in the time of Jesus and just before. The scrolls supply missing materials (e.g., Ps 145:13; 1 Samuel 10–11) and confirm disputed readings (e.g., Ps 22:16). The Dead Sea Scrolls also give us some insight into the formation of the canon of Scripture at the time of Jesus.
  2. For New Testament studies the Dead Sea Scrolls provide invaluable backdrop information relating to the teaching of Jesus and several New Testament passages. The scrolls also provide backdrop info relating to criticisms directed against the ruling priests in Jerusalem—a priesthood Jesus encountered.

Logos: What can you tell us about your Pastorum Live session?

Dr. Evans: My lecture will focus on the contribution that the Scrolls make to our understanding of first-century Jewish messianic expectation. I look at the expectation of one who will be called a “Son of God” and “Son of the Most High” (4Q246), a Messiah, whom heaven and earth will obey, who will heal the wounded, give sight to the blind, raise the dead, and announce good news (4Q521). Also of significance is the Melchizedek figure in 11Q13, who will announce the jubilee, forgive sins, defeat Satan and his allies; in some sense, he represents God on earth. Here lies something very significant for New Testament Christology.

Don’t Miss Pastorum Live!

Dr. Evans is just one of the many dynamic teachers sharing profound insights at Pastorum Live. Take one look at the scheduled sessions and you’ll get a good idea of this conference’s practical and scriptural nature.

Sessions include:

Logos is now offering special discounts for Pastorum Live! Registration costs range $99–149, with special rates for students, faculty, and church staff. So register for Pastorum Live today!

Last Chance! Pick Up April’s Free Book of the Month

John Bunyan’s Grace Abounding to the Chief of Sinners has been April’s Free Book of the Month, but the month is nearly over. If you haven’t downloaded this freebie, now’s the time!

Bunyan’s spiritual autobiography, Grace Abounding to the Chief of Sinners, was written while imprisoned for preaching without a license. Grace Abounding tells of Bunyan’s mental torment over the state of his soul, and how doubt can spiral into a crises of belief. You will identify with Bunyan’s struggles, and rejoice at the depth of God’s grace to the chief of sinners.

Crowds of 3,000 people gathered to hear Bunyan’s Sunday sermons, and nearly half that number would show up for his 7 am weekday messages. Add this vibrant preacher’s classic work to your library now; download Grace Abounding to the Chief of Sinners.

When you go to our Free Book of the Month page, you can enter to win the Works of John Bunyon. This three-volume set, which sells for $79.95, includes over 60 of Bunyan’s literary and spiritual works! A winner will be chosen April 30, so enter now.

Don’t wait, download the Free Book of the Month. A new free book goes up on May 1st.