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For a Limited Time: Save on the Revised Expositor’s Bible Commentary

Since 1976, the Expositor’s Bible Commentary has been a gold standard for evangelical scholarship. Now this world-class commentary is even better. You won’t want to miss the highly acclaimed Expositor’s Bible Commentary, Revised Edition (13 vols.), with 30 new contributors and 60% brand-new content.

Get yours for only $319.99 when you order before November 5—after that, the price will go up to $459.99. And don’t forget—you can also create a payment plan, starting at just $31.67/month!

“Every student, teacher, and pastor needs a foundational set of commentaries that covers the Bible from Genesis to Revelation. The Expositor’s Bible Commentary (13 volumes) is that set. . . I have used the Expositor’s Bible Commentary over the years and look forward to using this newly revised edition for many years to come.”

Mark Futato, Robert L. Maclellan Professor of Old Testament and academic dean, Reformed Theological Seminary, Orlando, FL

Enhance your library with the commentary pastors have been turning to for over three decades. Hurry—this offer ends November 5Get the Expositor’s Bible Commentary, Revised Edition (13 vols.)

New Endorsements for Reformed Dogmatics

Geerhardus Vos was among the Reformed tradition’s finest theologians. The contemporary of J. Gresham Machen, Herman Bavinck, and other famous thinkers, Vos lectured at Princeton alongside such able systematicians as B. B. Warfield and Abraham Kuyper. Their remarkable grasp of systematic theology almost certainly influenced Vos’ thought and writings.

Vos who understood that good biblical theology leads to the acceptance of important propositional truths self-published his five-volume Reformed Dogmatics (originally Gereformeerde Dogmatiek). Now Logos is working with Dr. Richard Gaffin and a team of translators to complete the first-ever English translation of Vos’ important work.

Here are a few of the endorsements for this translation:

“Written in tight prose and moving from question to answer, Vos’ work allows us to watch his fruitful mind work as he represents both historic Reformed orthodoxy as well as fresh insights driven from his approach that highlights the progressive and organic nature of revelation.

Clearly these volumes are worth our attention and I highly commend Gaffin and Logos for bringing them to an English speaking audience.”—Kelly M. Kapic, professor of theological studies, Covenant College

“‘Precision’ is the word. Vos’ understanding is clear, his definitions are to the point, and his explanations are crisp and cogent.”—Fred G. Zaspel, adjunct professor of systematic theology, Calvary Baptist Seminary

Pre-order this first-ever English translation today to get these essential volumes at the low Pre-Pub price. You’ll get the first two chapters as soon as you place your pre-order, and further chapters as we finish them. Don’t miss out—place your order now!

Limited-Time Offer on the Welwyn Commentary Series

Most pastors and Bible teachers rely on more than one commentary to help them formulate their sermons and lessons. Some commentaries offer literary context, discussion of the original languages, and in-depth exegesis, while others provide practical insight, illustrations, and expository thoughts. The Welwyn Commentary Series belongs in the latter category. It’s a terrific resource for personal study, preaching, and teaching.

Until 11:59 p.m. on Thursday, October 18, the Welwyn Commentary Series (49 vols.) is 59% off—that’s $490 off the retail price! Use coupon code WEEKLYWCS at checkout to get this discount.

A Commentary for Leaders

The Welwyn Commentary Series’ 49 volumes of Bible exposition are designed to help you teach God’s Word in a practical and straightforward way. With numerous maps, illustrations, book outlines, and study questions, these commentaries will help you communicate the biblical story to your congregation or small group. They’ll help you make the Word relevant with clear areas of application.

If you’re leading a small group or Sunday school class, the Welwyn commentaries will help you steer the discussion toward Scripture. They’ll give you clear analogies to help you drive home the point of the text.

Save Big for a Limited Time

Through Thursday night only, this comprehensive commentary series is on sale for 59% off retail. Save $490 when you order the Welwyn Commentary Series (49 vols.) before 11:59 p.m. on Thursday, October 18, with coupon code WEEKLYWCS. Get it now!

Study Berean School of the Bible’s Curriculum in Logos!

Logos Bible Software and Berean School of the Bible (a continuing education arm of Global University) are offering a comprehensive pastoral education and Bible study platform. With these 27 courses, now available in Logos, you can learn better ministry on your own or earn credit right in Logos toward Berean’s Ministerial Studies Diploma.

Berean materials have been used to train Assemblies of God pastors since 1948. These courses offer an in-depth look at every facet of pastoral work, from preaching, exegesis, and missions all the way to conflict management, church administration, and law.

Take Your Courses Using Logos

Get the most out of these courses when you take them right in Logos. Create a new reading plan to go through your courses as quickly or as slowly as you’d like.

With the self-test feature, you can take tests in Logos. When you finish, your test will be graded. You’ll immediately see your grade and your percentage of accuracy (example). You can even listen to chapter introductions right in the software (example) and use notes and highlighting to make sure you don’t miss a thing. With Logos, your notes are always right alongside your textbooks, and your Scripture references link to your preferred Bible.

Don’t Miss This Price!

Logos and Berean School of the Bible are offering you a comprehensive pastoral education at an incredible price. Save big on this collection while it’s on Pre-Pub! Pre-order the Berean School of the Bible Digital Courses (27 vols.) today and continue your pastoral education—anytime, anywhere.

Read the NT like a Scholar: Save $200!

For the next two weeks, Understanding the Bible Commentary Series: New Testament—which used to be the New International Biblical Commentary: New Testament—is on sale for a spectacular price. Through August 19, you can get this 18-volume commentary, which retails for $299.95, for only $99.95!  Save $200 with coupon code UBCNTSALE before 11:59 p.m. (PDT), Sunday, August 19.

Excellent Scholarship Made Accessible

For years, students, pastors, and leaders have studied the New Testament with the help of the NIV-based New International Biblical Commentary. Understanding the Bible Commentary Series: New Testament’s 18 volumes have earned a reputation for scholastic rigor and clear language.

In this thorough, approachable commentary, such trusted scholars as F. F. Bruce, Craig A. Evans, Larry W. Hurtado, and Gordon D. Fee take you through each New Testament book, examining the biblical setting, the original Greek, and historical and literary issues. Each volume includes a detailed contextual chapter illuminating the New Testament in its original form.

Don’t forget about Understanding the Bible Commentary Series: Old Testament (16 vols.) on Pre-Pub!

Save Big Today

Don’t miss this opportunity to save hundreds of dollars on an incredible commentary—get the 18-volume Understanding the Bible Commentary Series: New Testament for just $99.95 with coupon code UBCNTSALE through August 19.

Free for March: Martyn Lloyd-Jones’ Authentic Christianity

Authentic Christianity is March’s Free Book of the Month!

Martyn Lloyd-Jones, who died 31 years ago today (March 1), has been called “the finest biblical expositor of the twentieth century” by John MacArthur, and “one of the titanic figures of twentieth-century Christianity” by Al Mohler. Martyn Lloyd-Jones’ “logic on fire” preaching style has inspired many of today’s leading expositors.

Compiled from a series of messages preached during the peak of his ministry, Authentic Christianity features D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones’ comparison between modern Christianity and the early church. Here, Lloyd-Jones encourages readers to embrace the courage and faith of first-century Christians.

Don’t miss the opportunity to add this amazing volume to your library for free. Visit the Free Book of the Month page to download your copy today and enter for a chance to win the 10-volume Selected Works of Martyn Lloyd-Jones!

Watch a Logos Training Workshop Live

We are pleased to announce we will be hosting a 2 hour workshop at the Liberate Conference in Fort Lauderdale, FL on February 23.

Learn how to get the most out of your library, and get your own sermons, notes, and books into Logos. And don’t miss Dr. Sam Lamerson’s presentation on studying original languages with Logos! He will be teaching on reverse interlinears, Louw-Nida numbers, morphological and syntax searching, visual filters, and much more.

Sign Up to Watch the Workshop

You can log in February 23 and watch the workshop streaming live!

Enter your email address below, and we will send you the link, as well as reminder before the event.

Or Attend the Conference in Person

Visit LiberateConference.com to learn more about the event!

This is your chance to hear from speakers like Tullian Tchvidjian, Darrin Patrick, Paul Tripp, Elyse Fitzpatrick, and more. As a Logos customer, you can get an exclusive discount! Register to attend Liberate 2012 and get $15 off your ticket!

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4 Princeton Theologians You Should Know

B. B. Warfield’s Revelation and Inspiration is February’s Free Book of the Month!
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Over the years, Princeton Theological Seminary has been home to many first-class theologians and ministers, but a few stand head-and-shoulders above the rest. Among these are Archibald Alexander, Charles Hodge, A. A. Hodge, and “the Lion of Princeton,” Benjamin B. Warfield.

Archibald Alexander

As the founding principal—and first professor—of Princeton Theological Seminary (1812), Archibald Alexander forged the way in contextualizing Calvinism to the United States. He was the author of many books and treatises, including Thoughts on Religious Experience, and The Canon of the Old and New Testament Ascertained. His legacy as a strong proponent of Biblical authority played a large influential role in the lives of his successors.

See the Archibald Alexander Collection (20 vols.) on Community Pricing.

Charles Hodge

Charles Hodge was the second principal of Princeton and successor to Archibald Alexander. He was appointed Professor of Oriental and Biblical Literature in 1822. 18 years later, he was transferred to the chair of exegetical and didactic theology, where he taught until his death in 1878. Hodge instructed thousands of ministers and help revise the Presbyterian Church’s Book of Discipline. His Systematic Theology is the hallmark of his theological legacy.

See The Works of Charles Hodge (29 vols.) on Community Pricing.

A. A. Hodge

A. A. Hodge carried on the legacy of his father, Charles, serving next to him as the chair of systematic theology from 1878 to 1886. He was also an accomplished theologian, having studied and written many works on the atonement and the Westminster Confession. His theology stemmed from his experience as a pastor, his work in India as a missionary, and his teaching career spent with the students and faculty of Princeton.

See the A. A. Hodge Collection (11 vols.).

Benjamin B. Warfield

Upon A. A. Hodge’s death, B. B. Warfield was appointed to the Charles Hodge chair of systematic theology at Princeton. Warfield served from 1887 until his death in 1921.

“Those who hold to the historic doctrine today add very little to what Warfield said a hundred years ago. So also any who reject that doctrine must contend with Warfield before their work is complete. He was the theologian of inspiration. This was his gift, in God’s kind providence, to the modern church.”—Fred G. Zaspel, author of The Theology of B. B. Warfield: A Systematic Summary

Get Benjamin B. Warfield’s Revelation and Inspiration for free, this month only. And be sure to enter the 20-volume Works of B. B. Warfield Giveaway!

Have a favorite Princeton theologian? Leave us a comment!

Free for February: B. B. Warfield’s Revelation and Inspiration

Benjamin B. Warfield’s classic Revelation and Inspiration is February’s Free Book of the Month!

This book is marked by the careful exegesis for which Warfield was renowned, and lays a solid foundation for an acceptance of biblical authority. The argument is compelling; I do not believe it has ever been answered.John Stott

For nearly a century, Warfield’s writing has helped shape Christian’s perspectives on the authority and inspiration of Scripture.

Not only can you get this book for free all month long, but when you visit the Free Book of the Month page you can enter to win the 20-volume Works of B. B. Warfield.

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

Perseus and the Greek Background of the New Testament

On September 30 we released over 1,700 free books in the seven Perseus collections. With all the collections available for free download, a lot of people are asking “How can I use Perseus for Bible study?”

Dr. David Instone-Brewer, Senior Research Fellow in Rabbinics and the New Testament for Tyndale House, recently published an informative article on the combined efficacy of Perseus and Logos 4 in studying the Greek context of the New Testament.

“The combination in Logos of the Perseus material and the Duke Databank of Papyri makes this Logos collection more useful for NT research than any other collection of Greek literature,” says Dr. Instone-Brewer. “In my opinion, the Logos implementation of Perseus is now the best tool available for studying classical Greek background of the Bible.”

In the article, Dr. Instone-Brewer digs into the submission of women in the New Testament, and how to study this topic using Scripture alongside Greek classical literature from the Perseus collections.

The Perseus Collections are free, so if you haven’t downloaded them yet, download all seven collections today!

Do you have a favorite resource in the Perseus Collections? Leave us a comment and let us know which one and what you like about it!

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