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Big News: the Noet Mobile App Is Here!

NoetLast June, we announced a brand-new product line: Noet. Now the wait is over—the Noet mobile app is here! Visit Noet.com to download it free for iOS and Android.

Discipline-specific Noet libraries are shipping, too—you can browse all the bundles at Noet.com/Products.

Love the classics? Get this app!

You’ll be glad you did—when you register an account, you’ll get access to a digital bookshelf of philosophy, literature, and the classics, absolutely free.

  • Ancient philosophy—Plato’s Phaedo (the best single-volume exposition of Platonism, and probably the most moving text in all of philosophy) and his Apology (which lays out the core thought of Socrates), Aristotle’s Nicomachean Ethics and Marcus Aurelius’ Meditations (two of the most influential ancient guides to living well), and more
  • Ancient literature—Homer’s Odyssey and Iliad and Virgil’s Aeneid (the three most important epic poems of antiquity), Dante’s Divine Comedy and Milton’s Paradise Lost (two of literature’s great intersections with faith), Augustine’s Confessions (a sublime conversion narrative, with strong elements of Platonism), and more
  • Modern philosophy—Hume’s Treatise of Human Nature (a look at cognition, emotions, and morality), Rousseau’s Social Contract (that famous attempt to reconcile social stability and individual freedom), Descartes’ Discourse on the Method (“I think, therefore I am”), and more
  • Modern literature—Defoe’s Robinson Crusoe (widely regarded as the first modern novel), Dostoyevsky’s Crime and Punishment (a renowned exploration of good and evil), Tolstoy’s Anna Karenina  (ranked by a Time magazine poll of 2007’s leading writers as the greatest novel ever written), and more

You’re looking at the equivalent of a fascinating (and top-dollar!) university syllabus. And when you want more books, you can pick up library-builder bundles at Noet.com/Products and individual collections at Noet.com/Collections.

As you read, you’ll learn, understand, and remember more with Logos-powered study features:

  • Search: find every appearance of a word or phrase across your entire library.
  • Split screen: explore a primary text and its commentary, side by side and scrolling in sync.
  • Notes and highlighting: record your insights across all your devices.
  • Original-language tools: when you come across an unfamiliar Greek or Latin word, see its gloss and morphology with a tap.
  • And lots more

The most important books, the smartest scholarly editions—if you’re at all interested in philosophy, history, literature, and the classics, you should do two things:

  1. Download the Noet app right now, and register your account to get access to these free books. (Already have a Logos account? You’re good to go.)
  2. Once you’ve gotten to know the app, leave a rating and review in your favorite app store. We’re trying to reach more folks like you, so your honest recommendation means the world.

Not that into the classics, but interested in Christian context? Get this app!

Noet is a treasure trove of intellectual history, and it’ll make you a better student of Scripture and the Christian tradition.

  • Paul engages Stoic philosophy. Read Marcus Aurelius and you’ll have a much better feel for what that worldview entails.
  • Philosophy everywhere engages Christianity. On the one hand, Descartes uses belief in God to counter extreme skepticism; likewise, Kant argues that Christianity is the very core of Western morality. On the other hand, Hume argues against design—and, if you’re interested in apologetics, isn’t it best to know his famous arguments?
  • Plato helped set the intellectual stage for the early Church Fathers. Read the Phaedo and Confessions and you’ll see how.
  • Milton, Dante, Augustine, and Dostoyevsky built, on Christian foundations, some of literature’s most enduring monuments. Read Paradise Lost, the Divine Comedy, Confessions, and Crime and Punishment and you’ll have a clearer understanding of how the church has shaped the world.

Context matters. Here’s an app that’ll help you grasp it. You’re a serious thinker, interested in sound exegesis and the ancient world—why would you not want the free new app for the classics?

Want in on the next big thing? Get this app!

You know how powerful the Logos engine is. You know how much smarter Logos editions are than their paper and PDF counterparts. You know how much Logos has done for your Bible study.

Just think what Noet’s going to do for students of philosophy, history, literature, and the classics.

This app’s going to be a big deal, and you’re the very first to know about it. So get in on the next big thing from Logos—download the free Noet app and give it a try!

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Now do us an awesome, awesome favor. Help us get the word out by sharing this post on your favorite social networks. You probably know people who love Logos; they should hear about this! And you probably know people who don’t even use Logos—who aren’t Christian, maybe—but who would love this aid to lifelong learning. They should hear about it, too!

So let’s spread the word together:

  1. Download the free Noet app right now.
  2. Leave a rating and review in your favorite app store.
  3. Then share this post to tell the world!

5 Reasons Vyrso is the Best App for Christian Reading

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The free Vyrso app is unlike any other app for Christian reading. Here are five awesome things you can do with it:

1. Access thousands of Christian ebooks

Choose from the latest, best Christian titles—mysteries, devotionals, thrillers, pastoral guides, historical romances, political commentaries, and more! Vyrso’s always adding new books (like a never-before-published devotional from A. W. Tozer), so you’ll want to follow the Vyrso blog for updates.

2. Take your ebooks anywhere

Vyrso is available for both iOS and Android, so you can bring your personal reading material wherever you go! Plus, Vyrso’s mobile-friendly shopping experience lets you navigate titles with ease, enabling you to get the ebooks you want—wherever you are. You can also read your Vyrso books in Logos 5 and on Biblia.com.

3. Get free and discounted ebooks

From summer bundles to pre-order discounts to special sales, we offer low prices on thousands of ebooks by your favorite Christian authors. Plus, we give away free ebooks all the time! Here are a few we’re offering right now:

Vyrso's Best Deals

4. Use one-tap Bible references

With a touch, you can connect Scripture to your everyday reading. Simply tap a Scripture reference in your ebook, and Vyrso displays the verse in your preferred Bible translation. This saves you time and makes it easy to connect the Word with your daily reading.

5. Search your library with ease

Search your entire bookshelf by topic, author, and more. Our cross-library search tool locates the quotes and passages you’re looking for in no time. Just enter your query—Vyrso will find every place that your word or verse is referenced in each of your ebooks. You can highlight, take notes, and copy and paste.

Oh, and did we mention that the app is free?

Take advantage of Vyrso’s powerful features: download the Vyrso app today!

Free LEB New Testament Read-Along for Desktop and Mobile

lexham-english-bibleNow you can simultaneously read and listen to the New Testament using the Lexham English Bible’s New Testament audio read-along feature for PC, Mac, iOS, and Android devices!

Audio New Testament for PC and Mac

The Lexham English Bible’s New Testament is now available as a free audio read-along resource. The Lexham English Bible is a standard resource included with each base package purchase. If you don’t yet own a base package, you can add this Bible to your library—free.

Audio New Testament for mobile

The free Logos Bible app for iOS and Android comes loaded with several Bible translations, books, and study features. When you download the Logos app and create an account, you get access to even more free resources—69 total. One of the included resources is the Lexham English Bible (LEB), with the new free audio read-along.

This new feature will briefly display a circle at the start of each verse (as you pass it) to help you keep your place. Listen to your Bible as you read, pause to highlight a verse and compose a Community Note, and press play to continue reading and listening. Take your Bible study with you throughout the day—listen to the LEB New Testament on your way to work, during lunch, while out for a jog, or while you’re cooking dinner. Continue Reading…

Easily Manage Your Devices and Downloads

iPhoneWith Logos 5, you can access most of your library on multiple devices. Now, it’s easier than ever to manage your devices and downloads.

Managing Your Devices

When you download any free app from Logos (Logos Bible Software, Faithlife Study Bible, or Vyrso) on your iOS or Android device, and sign in with your Logos.com account, your device will instantly be logged on your account page. Under the heading “Mobile Devices,” you’ll see all your devices and downloaded apps.

Device MgmtAbove, you can see the apps I have on my Sony tablet and Motorola phone. Let’s say I have one tablet for home and one for work, and I get them confused. When I hover over either of the devices, I’m given the option to edit their names to make it easier to remember which is which.

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If I were to lose, break, or sell either of these items, I could simply hover over the device and choose to “Remove.”

Managing Your Downloads

I like to keep a couple books downloaded to read when I’m lounging around or have some time to kill. Managing those downloads is a cinch. Here are three ways you can manage your downloads:

1. Download books directly from the device

Click the information icon (i) to the right of any book in your library and you’ll get a pop-up with a button to download the resource to your device (iOS or Android).

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2. Download books from your order page

When you purchase a single volume, you’ll be taken to the order summary page. If you have devices on file and want to download your new book, you can do so here.

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Even if it’s a book you purchased a while ago, you can go to your order page, scroll down to the order history, click the order number, and choose where to download it.

3. Download books from Logos 5

My favorite way to manage my downloads is directly in Logos 5. Click on the Library icon, right-click on the bar to choose the information displayed, and check “Devices.” Once you choose for your library to display devices, you can see the books already downloaded.

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If there’s a particular item in your Logos 5 library you want to download, open the book, and then click the information icon.

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Now you can choose the device and app(s) where you want to download your book.

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We’re serious about Bible study. Not only do we want to give you the best tools available, we want to make managing those tools as easy as possible.

Do you have any suggestions that we could implement to make our tools easier to use? Leave us a comment; we’d love to hear them!

See It All: from Genesis to Our Time

Logos’ Timeline maps out every major event and time period in biblical and church history—from Adam to our time. You’ll see how all of the Bible’s people, places, and things interconnect with events that span millennia.

Both events in your preferred Bible and dates in select Logos resources link to the Timeline, so you can get the big picture fast.

Learn more about Logos’ Timeline, and be sure to check out all of Logos 5’s new features.

Discover connections you never knew existed—get Logos 5 today.

Dr. Timothy Keller: Faithlife Study Bible Contributor

The Faithlife Study Bible is always adding rich content—most recently, “Old Testament Law and the Charge of Inconsistency,” an article by New York Times bestselling author and Redeemer Presbyterian church senior pastor Dr. Timothy Keller. Dr. Keller’s focus on Jesus’ character, ministry, and work has influenced the Christian community at large and resulted in Redeemer’s growth from 50 to over 5,000 members.

Dr. Keller’s FSB article takes a look at common objections to Christianity that stem from perceived inconsistencies in the Old Testament Law. Old Testament prohibitions no longer practiced today include:

  • Eating raw meat, pork, or shellfish
  • Executing people for breaking the Sabbath
  • Wearing clothes woven with two kinds of materials

Yet, of course, the Old Testament is full of guidelines that we should still follow today. Find out how Dr. Keller addresses these perceived inconsistencies in the Faithlife Study Bible!

Get the Faithlife Study Bible free through March 2014 to access Dr. Keller’s article, along with other thought-provoking Bible study articles.

After you unlock the Faithlife Study Bible and download it onto your mobile app, you’ll find a link directly to Dr. Keller’s article from the in-app news feed “Content Update in the Faithlife Study Bible.”

You’ll also see articles written by:

Get the Faithlife Study Bible free through March 2014.

Build Amazing Presentations with Proclaim

You use Logos Bible Software to prepare your sermon. You dig deep into the original text. You prepare the right illustrations, stories, and questions to teach and challenge your congregation. But making all that information look excellent in a presentation—well, that’s another story.

When it comes to turning your message into a presentation, Logos wants to make it as easy as possible—and we’re getting you started with a bunch of free media.

Proclaim church presentation software works seamlessly with Logos Software, allowing you to send images, quotes, and Scripture directly from Logos. Because Proclaim is cloud-based, your whole team can access and adjust the presentation from anywhere with an internet connection. As you’re making your presentation, you’ll find lots of free media—$500 worth. And we’re adding new media all the time.

Download Proclaim for free and make a sample presentation today by logging in with your current Logos account. If you don’t have a Logos account, it’s easy and free to create one.

Dr. Charles Stanley: Featured Contributor to the Faithlife Study Bible

“If you are being called to Christ, you are being called away from sin, to Him. There are some who take their call seriously. They are the ones who take the time to hear from God.”—Dr. Charles Stanley, from the Faithlife Study Bible article “Being Called to Christ”

Through September 30, we’re celebrating the ministry of Dr. Charles Stanley. The centerpiece of this celebration is the brand-new 46-volume Charles Stanley Collection. This collection, worth over $900 in retail value, can be yours for only $80 when you use the coupon code CSCOLLECTION.

If you’d rather just pick your favorites, you can create your own Charles Stanley sale. Through September 30, adding the coupon code CSBDAY80 to any of Dr. Stanley’s books will save you 15%.

Dr. Charles Stanley in the Faithlife Study Bible

Did you know that Charles Stanley is a featured contributor to the Faithlife Study Bible? Dr. Stanley is one of the many notable figures whose insights appear throughout the FSB. Besides Dr. Stanley, FSB contributors include:

When you download the Faithlife Study Bible* (free through March 2014), you’ll enjoy Dr. Stanley’s “Being Called to Christ”—plus many more outstanding articles.

Download the Charles Stanley Collection Today

You can save on the Charles Stanley Collection through September 30. That gives you less than 10 days to add 46 new books to your library for less than $1.75 per volume. Don’t waitsave more than 90% on the  Charles Stanley Collection with coupon code CSCOLLECTION now!

*Enter now and you could win a Scholar’s Library base package from Faithlife. This grand prize will add more than 475 books and commentariesworth nearly $8,000 in print—to your library. When you combine the Scholar’s Library with the powerful Faithlife Study Bible, you have the raw materials for profound Bible study. Enter now!

Free Books for Your App Insights

Want free books and some terrific discounts? Through October 19, we’re asking that you rate and review the Logos mobile app. Leave us honest ratings and reviews in the Apple, Google Play, and Amazon app stores and you’ll get free titles and outstanding savings.

We’re kicking this off by giving away Archibald A. Hodge’s The Life of Charles Hodge and taking 50 percent off Gordon D. Fee and Douglas Stuart’s How to Read the Bible for All Its Worth. Go get them now. But here’s the important part: before you settle down to start reading, take a few seconds to rate and review our app in the Apple, Google Play, and Amazon app stores.

It’s worth your time. For every 2,500 new reviews, star ratings, +1s, and “likes” we get, we’ll give you another free book.

It’s all organized in one spot—get The Life of Charles Hodge free and follow the giveaways.

It doesn’t get much simpler. Share your feedback, get a free book, tell your friends, and get more free books. Deepen your library and let us know what you think—love!—about the app.

Don’t wait—rate and review our app in the Apple, Google Play, and Amazon app stores today.

Experience the Biblical Story with Rich Media

Sometimes all it takes for an idea to really click is a strong visual representation. Infographics make information more accessible, engaging, and memorable. That’s why the Faithlife Study Bible supplements its study notes with stunning images, videos, and infographics of biblical places and artifacts.

When we talk about infographics, we’re not talking about pie charts and bar graphs. We’re talking about dynamic, colorful graphic art that brings the Bible’s information to life.

The Faithlife Study Bible gives you:

  • Infographics—See the Bible’s story with over 120 infographics, timelines, and tables.
  • Photos—Get to know biblical locales, including Israel, Greece, and Turkey, with over 240 pictures.
  • Videos—Visit the Bible’s setting with over 35 videos.

We’re never done building the Faithlife Study Bible’s study notes and infographics. We’ll be adding rich media and study materials to the FSB all the time!

You can get the Faithlife Study Bible absolutely free through March, 2014.

Win a Scholar’s Library from Faithlife!

Enter now and you could win a Scholar’s Library base package from Faithlife. This grand prize will add more than 475 books and commentaries—worth nearly $8,000 in print—to your library. When you combine the Scholar’s Library with the powerful Faithlife Study Bible, you have the raw materials for profound Bible study. Enter now!

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