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Get 25% off the Zondervan Biblical Languages Collection

collection-coverThrough August 23, get the Zondervan Biblical Languages Collection for 25% off!

This collection, worth over $780 in print, includes core textbooks, language grammars, reference works, and more essential Bible study resources—many of which are among the most respected works in their fields.

Greek and Hebrew audio, interactive workbooks, and more

Perform in-depth word studies, even if you don’t know Greek or Hebrew. With interactive workbooks, Greek and Hebrew audio readings, quick-reference guides, and texts for all levels of Greek, Hebrew, and Aramaic learning, this collection is essential for anyone looking to expand their knowledge of Scripture.

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Get the Best Price on Logos 5 Training

Logos 5 represents the culmination of over 20 years’ worth of research and development. You can search, analyze, and compare biblical texts in amazing ways—and it’s up to you to decide how much you get out of your study.

Are you using Logos to its full potential?

Did you know that most Logos users take advantage of only about 10% or less of Logos’ full potential? If you fall into that category, it’s time to start tapping into the other 90%. Right now, you can get the entire Camp Logos curriculum on DVD for just $199.95 while it’s on Pre-Pub.

Camp Logos 5

Tens of thousands of attendees have attended Camp Logos and been blown away by Logos’ power. Trainer Morris Proctor packs an incredible amount of learning into two-day training sessions around the world—and now you can experience these seminars from the comfort of your home, at your own pace.

Perfect for new and seasoned users alike

If you’re a new user, don’t be afraid. Morris starts at the beginning, and you’ll learn to use each feature in a way that’s easy to understand. And if you’re a seasoned user, don’t shy away. Continue Reading…

Now Hiring: Mobile Ed Video Instructors

LME-LogoWe recently released Logos Mobile Education, a revolutionary education program that provides formal biblical instruction akin to that offered by Bible colleges and seminaries.

Now we’re looking for talented individuals to create training videos for Mobile Ed students.

As a Mobile Ed video instructor, you’ll work from home on a contract basis to create instructional screencast videos. We need to cover a wide range of topics, so you’ll have a lot of options when it comes to deciding what types of videos to create. These tutorials will help Mobile Ed students get the most out of their learning experience.

If you’re interested in applying, check out the criteria and job details:

The ideal candidate will have:

  • A strong working knowledge of Logos 5
  • Exceptional verbal communication skills
  • An unstoppable work ethic

The really ideal candidate will also have:

  • Experience making screencast videos
  • Seminary training

FAQs:

What if I don’t know how to create screencast videos?

Don’t worry if you don’t have previous screencasting experience—as long as you’re highly skilled with Logos 5, we’ll help you with the rest.

What if I’m not familiar with how Mobile Ed works?

We’ll bring you up to speed on which specific features need to be highlighted, how Mobile Ed integrates with Logos, what the final product should look like, etc.

Do I need to be knowledgeable in the topics covered in Mobile Ed courses?

Not necessarily—this is purely software training. You’ll be teaching others how to use Logos 5 in conjunction with Mobile Ed, and experience in the covered topics is not required.

How many hours per week of work will it require?

Since you’ll be working on a contract basis—getting paid based on how many videos you create—you can take on as much or as little work as you’d like.

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If you’re a Logos 5 whiz and you’d like to help others know the Bible, apply to be a Mobile Ed video instructor today!

3 Reasons to Add a Master Bundle to Your Library Today

master-bundle-xlWith a base package purchase or upgrade, you can get 50% off bundles. Now’s your chance to personalize your library with the topics that interest you most—but these discounts are only available when you have a base package in your cart (or if you own the Portfolio base package).

Choose from a variety of topical bundles, or get everything included in the smaller bundles at an even better price. If you haven’t already added a Master Bundle to your library, here are three reasons why now is the time:

1. Huge discounts

With the Master Bundle, you can choose from four sizes at incredible discounts, all the way up to the X-Large bundle, which includes 1,196 volumes at 69% off the regular prices if you were to buy the books separately on Logos.com. On top of that, you’ll also get 50% off when you upgrade to Logos 5, and an additional discount for any books you already own! This is the perfect scenario to add a Master Bundle to your library—the average price per book is only $2.93 (or less, depending on what you already own) if you purchase the X-Large Master Bundle with your Logos 5 upgrade. Continue Reading…

Place Your Bid Before It’s Too Late

Community Pricing, which lets you help choose the price on new products, is the best way to build your library at the lowest cost. As soon as there are enough bids to push a product into Pre-Pub, the price goes up, so always be sure to place your bid early.

These products will be moving into Pre-Pub very soon—place your bids today to get them at the best prices!

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Henry Cowles Commentary Series

Regularly $199.95—current bid is only $35

The 16-volume Henry Cowles Commentary Series strives to make the original words of Scripture understandable to today’s church. Cowles aims for sound interpretation, bringing out the truest sense of the passage, while illuminating its historical context, its audience, and the intent of its author. In this way, Cowles’ commentary affirms that the Bible is a practical book, useful for Christians of every time and place.

the-works-of-charles-hodgeThe Works of Charles Hodge

Regularly $299.95—current bid is only $90

This is the most complete collection of Charles Hodge’s writings available in print or electronically! What’s more, the Logos edition makes The Collected Works of Charles Hodge more widely available and easier to access than ever. From the countless Scripture references linked straight to the biblical text, to the powerful search tools in your digital library, the Logos edition lets you encounter Hodge like never before. Continue Reading…

Get $20 off the Augustus Hopkins Strong Collection

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In celebration of Augustus Hopkins Strong’s birthday, you can use coupon code STRONG13 to take $20 off his entire collection through August 5!

Who was Augustus Hopkins Strong?

Strong was among the most notable Baptist theologians of the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. His theology combined traditional Reformed emphases with Baptist convictions. Renowned for his work in Systematic Theology, Strong influenced generations of believers with his focused historical criticism of the Scriptures. Now, with this 15-volume collection, you have access to this American theologian and professor’s insights, observations, and wisdom.

About his works

Strong’s approach to Scripture was reverent and thoughtful. His most famous work, Systematic Theology (included in this collection), is one of the most respected texts of its kind. It remains a required textbook in seminaries, pays attention to detail despite its vast scope, and continues to be used for personal studies decades after being published. Here are some highlights from this three-volume edition:

“A perfect system of theology is impossible. We do not expect to construct such a system. All science but reflects the present attainment of the human mind. No science is complete or finished.” Continue Reading…

Lock In Your Custom Discount and Take up to 12 Months to Pay

Logos 5During our upgrade sale, you can save big when you move to Logos 5. If you’ve been thinking about upgrading, now’s the time to act.

Interest-free payment plans

payment plan makes the library you want affordable by breaking up the payments, interest-free.

Use the Custom Upgrade Discount Calculator to find out how big a discount you qualify for, and break up your bill with up to 12 easy payments. Don’t wait to study God’s Word—you can start using Logos 5′s smart, intuitive features right away.

Six extra months to pay

For every purchase over $1,900, we offer an extended payment plan of 18 months—that’s an extra six months to pay! Paired with your custom upgrade discount and special upgrade-sale pricing, this is the perfect scenario for moving to Logos 5.

Just purchase one of our larger base packages, such as Diamond or Portfolio, or even supplement a base package like Gold with a couple of bundles. As long as your total exceeds $1,900, you’ll get the option of an 18-month payment plan. Continue Reading…

Get 20% off the Reformed Expository Commentary Series

reformed-expository-commentaryRight now, you can pre-order the Reformed Expository Commentary Series for 20% off.

Preaching through the Bible can be challenging, and sermon prep can be time-consuming. Use the Reformed Expository Commentary to aid your research and you’ll find that most of the work is done for you. You’ll get thorough, clear expositions of Scripture, verse by verse.

This Reformed series focuses on Christ through the lens of redemptive history, and applies the Bible to our contemporary setting. Created for pastors, Bible teachers, and anyone who wants substantive devotional materials, these expositions are scholarly but easy to understand.

Useful for both sermon prep and personal study, the Reformed Expository Commentary Series has received extremely positive reviews:

“A rare combination of biblical insight, theological substance, and pastoral application.” —R. Albert Mohler Jr., ninth president, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary

“Those of us who regularly preach need commentaries that provide the best biblical scholarship and that also understand the challenges of today’s pastorate. This series ably speaks to both needs.” —Bryan Chapell, distinguished professor of preaching, Knox Theological Seminary Continue Reading…

Preaching Prophetically with Dr. Warren Gage

Dr. Warren Gage headshotToday’s guest post is by Dr. Warren Gage, professor of Old Testament and senior advisor to the president at Knox Theological Seminary. 

Is the account of the battle of Jericho retold in Revelation?

The church fathers interpreted Joshua’s battle at Jericho as foretelling the end of the world.  Did they understand something we’ve forgotten?

A whore and her scarlet, two spies (witnesses) sent into the great city, seven trumpets sound, a great city falls, the people of God rescued—is Joshua’s battle against Jericho the basis for nothing less than the dramatic narrative of the book of Revelation?

Modern expositors of Revelation have overlooked this completely. What have we missed?

Unravel Revelation with Dr. Warren Gage

These are some of the questions I’ll be covering in my class “Preaching Christ Prophetically,” in Bellingham, WA, October 1418. This class is part of Knox Theological Seminary and Logos Bible Software’s Doctor of Ministry (Preaching & Teaching track). Continue Reading…

Place Your Bid on the Henry Cowles Commentary Series

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Right now, you can get the best price on the Henry Cowles Commentary Series, which includes all 16 volumes of Cowles’ commentaries.

Who was Henry Cowles?

Henry Cowles was born on April 24, 1803 in Norfolk, Connecticut. After a childhood working on his family’s farm, he entered Yale College in 1822, with the dream of going into congregational ministry. He graduated from Yale in 1826 and enrolled in Yale’s Theological Department. In 1828, Cowles was licensed to preach by the Litchfield North Association.

In 1835, Rev. Cowles was hired as professor of languages at Oberlin College. Shortly after he joined the staff at Oberlin, he teamed up with abolitionists around the state to form the Ohio Anti-Slavery Society. In 1837, Cowles became professor of ecclesiastical history and pastoral theology at Oberlin Theological Seminary, and in 1840, he was named professor of the literature of the Old Testament.

Upon retiring, Cowles assumed part-time editorial work for the Oberlin Evangelist. From 1863 until his death in 1881, Cowles worked almost exclusively on writing biblical commentaries. Continue Reading…

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