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Get the Best Price on Matthew Poole’s Commentary

Matthew PooleRight now, you can bid on Matthew Poole’s Commentary on the Holy Bible at 67% off!

“If I must have only one commentary, and had read Matthew Henry as I have, I do not know but what I should choose Poole. He is a very prudent and judicious commentator . . . not so pithy and witty by far as Matthew Henry, but he is perhaps more accurate, less a commentator, and more an expositor.”
Charles Spurgeon

Who was Matthew Poole?

Poole was one of the seventeenth century’s most influential Puritan ministers and thinkers. A clergyman in England during a time of religious persecution, he fled the country because of death threats. Poole was a devoted Christian, full of integrity and perseverance, as well as a great theologian and writer. His commentary series continues to be a trusted resource for pastors and laity.

Poole’s exposition offers verse-by-verse insight into the entire Bible. Characterized by questions and answers, attention to cultural context, and cross-references, it includes a brief introduction and summary for each chapter and book of the Bible. Continue Reading…

Upgrade Sale: Your Last Week to Save!

Logos 5If you haven’t upgraded to Logos 5 yet, you have only a week left to take advantage of your special upgrade discounts!

Be sure to check out your custom upgrade discount, and then visit Logos.com/WhyLogos5 to see why so many people have already upgraded.

Limited-time extended hours

If you’d prefer to talk through your options, call our sales team at 800-875-6467 or send them an email. We’ve even extended our hours over the next week:

  • Monday, September 23: 6 a.m.–9 p.m.
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Get These Collections at the Best Prices!

Community Pricing lets you help pick the prices of brand-new Logos resources. It’s your best chance to build up your library for less. But because of those incredible prices, many products don’t last long in the Community Pricing stage. When you see a collection or book you want, place your bid! Once it leaves Community Pricing, you’ll miss out on that price for good.

Here are seven collections you’re about to miss:

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Oxyrhynchus Papyri

Regularly $299.95—current bid is only $150

In 1898, Bernard P. Grenfell and Arthur S. Hunt discovered thousands of papyri fragments just outside the ruins of the ancient city of Oxyrhynchus. These fragments turned out to be one of the most important papyri discoveries of all time, providing access to the editors’ transcriptions of over 1,800 fragments of detailed notes, translations, and commentary.

The Whole Works of the Rev. Ebenezer Erskine

Regularly $79.95—current bid is only $34

Ebenezer Erskine was a Scottish minister, talented orator, and key figure in the Secession Church in Scotland. He was known as a man of incorruptible integrity who acted with honesty and courage. This devotion led him to lead a group of ministers who resisted the Church of Scotland’s compromised rights. Included are this steadfast Puritan’s published sermons and poetry in their entirety, still worth studying today for any student of Puritan and Reformed thought.

text-and-studies-contributions-to-biblical-and-patristic-literatureText and Studies: Contributions to Biblical and Patristic Literature

Regularly $229.95—current bid is only $50

The early church leaders were prolific in their writing and historical documentation. While some of this work has been canonized, much has been forgotten. The Text and Studies: Contributions to Biblical and Patristic Literature collection resurrects these documents in a renewed and focused study, attempting to glean ancient wisdom and insight.

Classic Studies on the Synoptic Problem

Regularly $59.95—current bid is only $30

This collection of classic monographs on the Synoptic problem presents seminal works from eminent scholars—works that were instrumental in shaping the field of Synoptic scholarship. These foundational texts address major issues in Synoptic scholarship, such as the mixture of shared and unique material in each Synoptic account, and what this reveals about the date, composition, and interrelatedness of the Synoptics.

classic-studies-on-the-life-of-paulClassic Studies on the Life of Paul

Regularly $259.95—current bid is only $30

Each of these 18 texts explores a different aspect of Paul’s life. This collection pieces together his travels using every available historical record. It provides remarkable insight into the context of Paul’s ministry and his revolutionary teachings about Christ.

John Macpherson Collection

Regularly $49.95—current bid is only $40

John Macpherson was an author, a translator, and a Presbyterian minister. The John Macpherson Collection brings together six of his most important works on theology, doctrine, and Scottish church history. Included are Macpherson’s highly respected commentary on Ephesians, a collection of lectures on Scottish theology, Macpherson’s handbook on the Presbyterian church, and more.

jeremy-taylor-collectionJeremy Taylor Collection

Regularly $69.95—current bid is only $8

Known as the “Shakespeare of Divines,” Jeremy Taylor was a priest and writer from the time of Charles I through that of Charles II. The Jeremy Taylor Collection contains the two beloved devotionals, his essay on religious tolerance, The Golden Grove (a manual for personal devotion), and more.

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Bid now before you miss out! And make sure to check out all the Community Pricing deals.

Get up to $370 off the Anchor Yale Bible Reference Library

anchor-yale-bible-reference-libraryThrough September 30, you can use coupon code AYBRL13 to get up to $370 off the Anchor Yale Bible Reference Library!

Groundbreaking scholarship

The Anchor Yale Bible series presents the best contemporary scholarship in a way that’s accessible not only to scholars but to anyone looking to expand their biblical knowledge—a tradition established half a century ago by series founders William Foxwell Albright and David Noel Freedman.

Respected contributors

The Anchor Yale Bible Reference Library offers works by 23 of the most respected scholars, pastors, and teachers:

A wide variety of topics

The Anchor Yale Bible Reference Library is intended for the broadest possible readership, ranging from world-class scholars to general readers dedicated to expanding their knowledge of the Bible and its world. Continue Reading…

10 Wise Quotes from Timothy Keller

Logos is proud to team up with Timothy Keller and Redeemer Presbyterian Church to offer the Timothy Keller Sermon Archive, a digital collection of more than 22 years’ worth of Keller’s expositional sermons.

This exciting project will put over 1,200 sermons in your Logos library1, allowing you to search for topics and Scripture passages and helping you in your personal studies, sermon preparation, and devotional reading.

Here are 10 quotes straight from the sermon archive:

1. “Occasionally God rips aside the veil, and you begin to see this very fact: All things happen for you. All things. Everything is knit together.”

2. “God is so great that he works out a plan, a plan to work everything out for your good if you belong to him, and his glory, which takes into consideration your choices, and still works his plan out infallibly.” Continue Reading…

  1. The sermons are being released in five increments: 1989–1993, 1994–1998, 1999–2004, 2004–2009, and 2010–2011, and the first two increments have already shipped. You’ll receive future releases as free downloads as soon as they’re issued. []

Last Chance: Get Special Deals during Our 500K Celebration!

The Logos forums recently passed both the 100,000-user and the 500,000-comment thresholds. To celebrate, we’ve put some exciting resources on sale for just a few more days!

Save on the following books and collections through September 2:

the-works-of-john-owen (1)The Works of John Owen

Regularly $399.95—only $269.95 with coupon code JOWEN2013 

This collection includes Owen’s massive work on Hebrews. This vast commentary—almost 4,000 pages, and over two million words—reflects Owen’s careful inquiry and mastery of the text, and vindicates Owen’s claim that “this epistle is as useful to the church as the sun is to the world.”

The United Bible Societies’ New Testament Handbook Series

Regularly $399.95—only $249.95 with coupon code UNITEDNT2013 

This 20-volume set of detailed commentaries provides exegetical, historical, cultural, and linguistic information on the original text. The series has been instrumental in helping translators all over the world spread God’s Word. Continue Reading…

Get the ESV Audio Bible Free on Pre-Pub!

esv-hear-the-word-audio-bibleThe ESV Hear the Word Audio Bible allows you to simultaneously read and listen to the entire ESV using the audio read-along feature for PC, Mac, iOS, and Android devices. And right now, you can pre-order it free—you just have to own the ESV translation.

This audio Bible provides more than 75 hours of Bible reading, conveniently recorded for listening at home, in your car, on your mobile device—anywhere you have an internet connection. You’ll appreciate the ESV’s word-for-word precision, literary excellence, and beauty.

About the ESV

The English Standard Version, first published in 2001, is considered “essentially literal.” One of today’s most widely used translations, it seeks to capture the precise word-for-word meaning of the original Greek, Hebrew, and Aramaic. Millions prefer this translation for personal reading, public worship, in-depth study, and Scripture memorization.

In Logos, the audio syncs perfectly with the ESV Bible text. Logos saves your spot, so when you shut down your computer and open the app on your smartphone or tablet, you’ll pick up right where you left off. Continue Reading…

Get Big Discounts during Our Labor Day Sale

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Labor Day, for many of us, means an end to summer and a return to routine. Because that often entails getting back to more regular Bible study, we’re discounting a few of our best-selling collections and resources. This sale runs only through September 3—if you’ve had any of these on your wish list, get them right away!

Included in the sale:

new-testament-for-everyone-seriesNew Testament for Everyone Series (16 vols.)

Regularly $179.95—get it for $139.95 with coupon code LABORDAY2013

The New Testament for Everyone Series (16 vols.) provides guides to the books of the New Testament, as well as Wright’s fresh translation of the entire NT text.

Tyndale Biblical Reference Collection (12 vols.)

Regularly $149.95—get it for $139.95 with coupon code LABORDAY2013

Whether you’re preparing a sermon, teaching a Sunday school class, leading a small group, or simply hoping to expand your knowledge of the Bible, you’ll find useful resources in the 12 vol. Tyndale Biblical Reference Collection. Continue Reading…

Place Your Bid on the John Eadie Collection

John EadieRight now, you can get the John Eadie Commentaries and Bible Reference Collection on Community Pricing. The current bid is only $35—86% off—so place your bid before it’s too late!

Who was John Eadie?

John Eadie was born May 9, 1810, in Alva, Stirlingshire, in Scotland. He spent many childhood years as the assistant to a local preacher, and then studied at the University of Glasgow, where he excelled at the classical languages. Upon graduation, Eadie became an active member of the Secession Church, an influential nineteenth-century Scottish Presbyterian denomination, which was later renamed the United Presbyterian Church.

In 1835, Eadie became a minister at the Cambridge Street Church in Glasgow. In addition to his pastoral duties, Eadie became the professor of biblical literature and hermeneutics at the United Presbyterian Divinity Hall, and received his DD from St. Andrews in 1850. During his career at the Divinity Hall, Eadie wrote the five New Testament commentaries for which he is best known. Continue Reading…

Last Chance: Get 46% off the Baker Academic Biblical Studies Bundle

baker-academic-biblical-studies-bundleThrough August 29, you can get the Baker Academic Biblical Studies Bundle for 46% off—that’s a savings of more than $1,140! Don’t miss this deal on 85 volumes of outstanding scholarship.

A huge collection at an incredible price

This bundle consists of the following collections:

The whole 30,000-page bundle would cost about $2,500 in print, and that wouldn’t give you all the benefits of the Logos editions—it would be almost impossible to find exactly what you’re looking for. In Logos, these collections connect to the rest of your resources and to powerful features like the Topic Guide, Sermon Starter Guide, and more. Every volume is fully searchable, helping you find insights into specific passages and topics. Continue Reading…

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