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Flash Sale: The 500 Book Mega Pack Is Logos’ Best Deal Ever!

The 500 Book Mega Pack is too good to last! Come midnight, December 31, we pull it down forever. 

We’re not going to raise the price—we’re going to pull the product, and this amazing 500-book collection will exist no more.

The 500 Book Mega Pack

We’ve pulled 500 classic titles into one amazing collection—and we’re offering it for over 96% off. That’s not a joke, people. That’s hands-down the greatest discount we’ve ever offered. It’s an even larger discount than you’d get with Portfolio, our largest base package!

Round out your library with an enormous bundle that would cost you over $10,000 any other time—for only $399.95!

We worked hard to make sure you’re not going to find this stuff in any base package. And even if you do already have some of these resources, you’ll get a custom ownership discount—this means potential savings on top of the more than 96% you’re already taking off!

If you missed your opportunity to secure any of these products while they were on Pre-Pub or Community Pricing, this is your second chance to get some amazing prices. It’s not that often you get an opportunity for an honest-to-goodness do-over!

Get today’s discount with tomorrow’s budget

As we’ve said, the window on this deal is short—it’ll disappear in a manner of days. But don’t let that keep you from taking advantage of this unbelievable discount. If you pick up the 500 Book Mega Pack today, you can stretch out the payments for up to a year at less than $39 a month!

Consider this:

One of the collections in the Mega Pack is the 21-volume Cambridge Greek Testament for Schools and Colleges. If you were to purchase this commentary set, which Baptist Magazine called “one of the most popular and useful literary enterprises of the nineteenth century,” you’d pay $244.95. That’s 61% of the entire bundle’s cost!

This collection is full of the kinds of commentary, theology, history, and practical application that your library needs. Adding this bundle doesn’t just give you more individual books—the value of Logos’ networked library lies in the fact that each resource’s content bolsters Logos’ collective study power. With the 500 Book Mega Pack, your Passage Guide, topical, or phrase searches become more robust and powerful, putting next-level study within arm’s reach.

Merry Christmas!

Offering our largest sale ever is our special Christmas gift to you, and come January 1, we’re pulling it down forever. This collection will never be available again—at any price. You’ll need to act fast to take advantage of this amazing resource and this unbelievable price. Get yours now!

All 12 Days of Logos Deals Are Live!

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The big day is here: all the 12 Days of Logos deals are live! Get huge savings on top commentaries, new dictionaries, and more.

But hurry—all deals end January 6!

WBC

Get up to $150 off the Word Biblical Commentary (WBC)

Regularly $699.95—get it for $549.95 with coupon code 12DAYS2013

Get one of Logos’ top three commentaries at an amazing discount. The WBC offers some of the very best in biblical scholarship. This highly acclaimed series provides a thorough analysis of textual, linguistic, structural, and theological evidence. Each of the 50 contributors offers specialized insight into their area of biblical expertise, providing a collection of in-depth research that’s perfect for theologians, pastors, and seminarians.

Get up to $200 off the Baker Exegetical Commentary on the New Testament (BECNT)

Regularly $699.95—get it for $499.95 with coupon code 12DAYS2013

Improve your understanding of the gospel with one of today’s most respected sources for New Testament Exegetical studies: the BECNT. Coupling thoughtful scholarship with accessibility, this series is perfect for scholars and laypeople alike. The BECNT presents a variety of theological perspectives, providing a diverse bank of scholarly knowledge while holding strong to biblical truth.

Ben Witherington Collection

Get 25% off the Ben Witherington III Collection

Regularly $119.95—get it for $89.96 with coupon code 12DAYS2013

Learn from one of the world’s top evangelical scholars. In this collection, Witherington offers new insight into highly discussed areas of Christian doctrine and interpretation. Get thoughtful analyses of the Bible’s history, communion, the Protestant Reformers, baptism, and rhetorical criticism.

Get up to $140 off the IVP Bible Dictionary Series

Regularly $329.95—get it for $249.95 with coupon code 12DAYS2013

This recently updated resource is both comprehensive and accessible, bridging the gap between scholars and the pastors, teachers, and students who use scholarly information every day. It offers some of the best articles in modern evangelical scholarship, covering both traditional and contemporary topics—among them cross-sectional themes, methods of interpretation, and significant historical and cultural background.

Now’s the time to save! Check out all the 12 Days of Logos specials, but don’t wait—these amazing deals end January 6!

Take up to $80 Off the IVP Dictionary Series

collection_330The IVP Dictionary Series, newly reconfigured as a single resource, is on sale now for Christmas! Use coupon code 12DAYS2013 to get it for 24% off—depending on your current library, you could save up to $80!

This eight-volume series, often called the “Black Set” for its iconic covers, gives you important, clearly written academic content from world-class scholars like Craig Evans, Peter Enns, and others. Using the latest critical methods, it explores the Bible’s themes and topics, comments on the challenges facing the modern church, and commits to the authority of Scripture.

IVP’s Black Set: even more powerful in Logos

In its more than 50 years, InterVarsity Press has grown from a small imprint to a powerful publishing house renowned for its exceptional Bible-reference material. These dictionaries are among its most popular and most useful resources, and they’re especially useful in Logos—extensively tagged, they support powerful searches and network with the rest of your library.

The Dictionary of Jesus and the Gospels (2nd ed.) is of particular interest: it’s coming to Logos for the very first time. (It’ll be ready in a few months, and download automatically then.) Those who enjoyed the first edition, a groundbreaking volume that started a wave of new scholarship, will appreciate the updates and additions that make this second edition even more valuable.

Don’t miss out on introductory pricing!

Remember: if you already own any of these volumes, you’ll get a special custom discount. Don’t miss this deal—use coupon code 12DAYS2013 today to take up to $80 off The IVP Dictionary Collection!

Then check out the rest of our 12 Days of Logos deals.

How to Get the Best Deal on Your Dream Library

portfolioLogos’ Christmas sale is here, and for just a little while, you can save 15% on a new base package. This is a great deal no matter what, but there’s a way to make it even better. For the best library and the best value, go with Portfolio.

What you’ll get:

1. The best books and features

Portfolio is simply massive—it’s by far the biggest base package we’ve ever produced. You’ll get 2,585 resources, which would cost you $78,000 in print; that’s 500-plus more resources than Diamond and 1,500-plus more than Gold.

But maybe you knew all that. Maybe you think Portfolio’s just so big that it wouldn’t be useful—after all, when would you find the time to read all those books?

If that’s you, here’s the thing: Portfolio’s books are what power its smart tools and features. In Logos, your books (which are exactly as valuable as their content) connect to other books, and thus to other content. Metcalfe’s Law states that the value of a telecommunications network is proportional to its number of users squared; networks like Logos behave the same way. As you build your library, your Logos resources become exponentially more valuable:

  • Timeline events link to articles for further study. With Portfolio, you understand more context.
  • Original-language words link to original-language tools. With Portfolio, you get more resources to appreciate Greek, Hebrew, and Aramaic nuance.
  • Commentaries link to Bibles link to dictionaries link to atlases. With Portfolio, you make more connections.

The takeaway: whether or not you read all the books cover to cover, choosing Portfolio sets you up with the biggest, smartest, best library.

2. The best value, by far

Base packages are a remarkable value: bundled, their contents are way cheaper than they would be purchased one by one. But figures like “print value of $78,000” don’t always make that clear, since print prices can vary pretty dramatically. So let’s keep the math rigorous: let’s look at base package savings vs. individual resources in Logos.

Turns out Portfolio’s such a good deal that, at Logos.com’s current prices, Portfolio’s 31 commentaries alone cost more than the entire 2,585-resource library. Still not convinced? Try picking up these 8 resources, all of which you’ll get in Portfolio:

  1. Sheffield/T&T Clark Bible Guides Collection (44 vols.): $849.95
  2. Second Temple Period Collection (19 vols.): $799.95
  3. The College Press NIV Commentary Series (40 vols.): $739.95
  4. Gnostic & Apocryphal Studies Collection (10 vols.): $649.95
  5. Hermeneutics Collection (12 vols.): $649.95
  6. Exegetical Summaries Series (24 vols.): $499.95
  7. Library of NT Studies: JSNTS on Paul (17 vols.): $449.98
  8. Charles Spurgeon Collection (86 vols.): $399.95

That’s already more expensive than Portfolio, and we’re still counting on our fingers—at this point, the rest of the library might as well be free! It’s simple: if you study lots of Logos books, you should look at Portfolio. And remember: if you already own something, you won’t pay for it twice—Dynamic Pricing gives you a special low price based on your current library.

Trouble is, Portfolio’s price tag can make it tough to work into your budget. That’s why we offer 12- or even 18-month payment plans. Choose Portfolio and an 18-month plan and you’re looking at payments of just $282—and that’s assuming you don’t already own even one resource in the base package! If you do, of course, your custom price will be even lower.

Why you should get Portfolio right now

OK: we’ve established that Portfolio is the biggest, smartest library. We’ve established that it’s far and away the best value. We’ve established that payments plans make budgeting easier. But you’re still on the fence.

Here’s why should get Portfolio right now:

1. For a limited time, you’ll save 15%

Logos’ Christmas sale is your chance to save 15% on a new base package, but it’s ending very soon. With an investment like Portfolio, 15% is a big deal—it corresponds to significant savings, or maybe to those bonus books you’ve had your eye on. Again, if you know you’ll be buying lots of Logos books, you should certainly look at Portfolio—and if you know you might eventually pick up Portfolio, why leave your 15% on the table?

2. You can customize your library with expanded bundles for 50% off

Topic-specific book bundles let you fine-tune your library to fit the disciplines you love—you can add hand-picked volumes on preaching, theology, apologetics, marriage, NT and OT studies, and far more, all for 50% off! This year’s bundles add lots of content to last year’s; they’re a wonderful way to deepen your study. Portfolio is already the biggest, smartest, best base package. Once you’ve customized it to fit exactly what you’re interested in, you’ll have the best Bible study library money can buy—at a special Christmas price.

If you do a lot of Bible study, you owe it to yourself to consider Portfolio this Christmas. For just a little while, you can take advantage of some special savings and finally build the library you’ve always wanted.

But you can’t wait—these discounts expire very soon.

Start using your dream library today: take 15% off Portfolio, make the payments easy with an 18-month plan, and customize your library with 50% off bundles.

Then check out the rest of our Christmas deals!

Ann Voskamp, Christianity in Nigeria, and No Pollyanna Prophets

bible-study-magazineWe often read Micah 5:2 at Christmastime: “But you, O Bethlehem Ephrathah, too small to be among the clans of Judah, from you one will go out for me, to be ruler in Israel; and his origins are from of old, from ancient days” (LEB). Reading this verse against the backdrop of Christ’s birth, we envision Micah as a gentle prophet bearing a gentle message. But Matt Morton explains that the context of Micah’s message reveals much more about its implications.

The January–February ’14 issue of Bible Study Magazine features this article and others as part our special section on the eighth- through seventh-century (BC) Minor Prophets. If you subscribe today, you’ll also get the following:

  • Do Prophecies Sometimes Fail? Explore the nature of biblical prophecy and how, sometimes, prophecies were designed to fail. (And why we should be glad they did.)
  • Making Sense of Severity. Divine justice in Nahum can be difficult to understand and explain. Here are some helpful steps for interpreting this prophetic book.
  • This Time, It’s Personal: Sometimes the prophets had to move beyond simply telling the truth. Sometimes, the message and the messenger were one.  
  • The Predestined, Yet Free, Prophet: How Jonah was free and God’s purposes were fulfilled anyway.

You’ll also receive a cover story featuring Ann Voskamp, a feature story on the state of Christianity in Nigeria, and an interview with Brad Lomenick, leader and director of Catalyst. Subscribe today!

Get 15% Off Logos 5—Then Customize It for 50% Off!

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If you’ve been on the fence about getting Logos 5, here’s your golden opportunity: this Christmas season, you can use coupon code L5CHRISTMAS to get 15% off a new Logos 5 base package!

2014 is right around the corner—make it the year you start doing deeper, more insightful Bible study. Know exactly where to start your research, put Scripture in historical context, and learn to tackle the Bible’s toughest passages. Regardless of your stage in life, Logos 5 equips you to be a better student and teacher of the Word.

Payment plans make it easy

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Our interest-free payment plans let you start making the most of your Bible study today—while only paying a relatively small amount up front. For example, you can start using Gold—which gives you the full suite of Logos 5 features—right away, and only pay about $140 a month, interest-free.

If you spend over $1,900 by purchasing Diamond or Portfolio or supplementing your base package with some of our new, expanded topic-specific bundles, you can even stretch out your payments from 12 months to 18!

Here’s how you benefit: let’s say you go for Gold, but customize your library to include the Preaching Bundle (XL), Counseling Bundle (L), Marriage and Family Bundle (L), Pastoral Leadership Bundle (XL), and Devotionals Bundle (XL), which together set you over the $1,900 mark. You’d get over 220 extra volumes catered to your interests, but with your 18-month plan, you’d still only pay about $140 a month.

Make your library even better

On top of getting 15% off a Logos 5 base package, for a limited time, you can snag topical bundles for 50% off. That makes now the perfect time to add hand-picked resources on the topics you love. Here are just a few options you can choose from:

Choose, customize, and save on the base package that’s right for you: for a limited time, get 15% off a new Logos 5 base package with coupon code L5CHRISTMAS, and then make your library even better with new and improved bundles for 50% off!

Get up to $200 Off the BECNT

BECNTWith today’s 12 Days of Logos deal, you can take up to $200 off one of our most popular resources! Deepen your library with the Baker Exegetical Commentary on the New Testament, one of the very best collections for NT exegetical study. Just use coupon code 12DAYS2013 at checkout to save.

3 reasons you need the BECNT

  1. To balance scholarly questioning and biblical truth. By investigating a variety of viewpoints while maintaining a firm grasp on concrete meaning, the BECNT gives you an authoritative overview of each study passage.
  2. To learn from diverse theological perspectives. With contributions from Thomas A. Schreiner, Grant A. Osborne, Frank Thielman, and others, the BECNT fleshes out differing viewpoints to wrestle with in your own studies.
  3. To gain access to an awesome setup of NT Greek texts. Each volume shows you the original Greek words, directly followed by the corresponding transliterated and translated phrases. The BECNT opens up the New Testament, allowing you to understand language and context and, therefore, develop a deeper, more accurate study routine.

Don’t miss out—use coupon code 12DAYS2013 to get the BECNT for up to $200 off. Then stay tuned for more 12 Days of Logos deals!

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Time’s running out! Take advantage of Christmas discounts on new base packagesspecial bundles, and some of our most requested products!

Then enter to win a one-of-a-kind MacBook Pro and Logos 5.

How to Get the Best Deal on Books You Love

XL_Master_BundleTopic-specific bundles are one of the very best ways to build your library—these carefully curated collections let you add hand-picked books on the subjects you love.

Because they’re so focused, they’re already really good deals: you can take full advantage of Logos’ bundling discounts (which make the whole more affordable than the sum of its parts), without adding books you don’t want.

But, for just a little while, you can save even more—way more.

Here’s how:

1. Take 50% off bundles

Most of the year, saving 50% on bundles is an exclusive perk reserved for base package owners—you normally can’t get that special discount unless you’re buying a base package. But this Christmas, you can take 50% off bundles without the big-ticket purchase!

If you really care about a topic—Paul’s letters, let’s say—you know you’re going to end up accumulating years’ worth of books on Pauline studies. Why not proactively get them right now, start studying your new library today, and save 50% over the long run?

2. Take advantage of Dynamic Pricing

Of course, if you’re deeply interested in a topic, you probably already own lots of books in the field. Good—that’s where bundles really shine. Dynamic Pricing means you won’t pay twice for books you already own; instead, you’ll get a custom discount based on your current library. It’s especially valuable if you already own bundles from last year. Let’s say you own the Master Bundle: when you upgrade to this year’s expanded version, which gives you tons of new content, you’ll save a remarkable 62%! Bundles were a smart investment then, and upgrading to version 2 is a smart investment now.

3. Get lots of books

You already know that bundling books is a much better deal than buying them one by one. Bundling bundles is a much better deal, too. The Master Bundle, ver. 2 rounds out your library with a vast selection of premium content: 1,588 volumes in the XL version. If you chose that XL library, you’d get 69% off what you’d pay for the individual resources at their regular prices. And that’s before both Dynamic Pricing and your extra 50% off!

If you pass on the Master Bundle, you’ll still benefit from bundling discounts. Most bundles come in sizes small through extra-large, so you’re in charge of both the content and the price point. Pick the largest size you can and you’ll get the best bundling deal:

The takeaway? Short of upgrading your base package, there’s simply no better way to build your library, especially if you’re interested in a few specific topics. And the more books you add, the more you save. But you can’t wait—these triple discounts won’t be around for long.

Don’t miss this special opportunity: take 50% off bundles on the subjects you love.

Then browse the rest of our Christmas deals!

Over 200 Sermons Added to the Timothy Keller Sermon Archive—Free!

timothy-keller-sermon-archive-1989-2011This week, we released another update to the Timothy Keller Sermon Archive, adding 205 new sermons to the collection. If you own the archive, you should have already received your update (and downloaded your new resources) automatically. If you haven’t received your update yet, simply restart your software!

Free updates for Logos resources

When you purchase a Logos resource, you’ll always receive the latest updates for free. In this case, that means tons of new content; in other cases, we make updates behind the scenes that you might not notice, like adding links or better navigation. The result is that your Logos experience always gets faster and better.

22 years of preaching, integrated into your library

Timothy Keller started Redeemer Presbyterian Church in New York City in 1989. The church grew from 50 people to over 5,000, becoming known as “one of Manhattan’s most vital congregations.” Keller’s sermons focus on the character, ministry, and work of Jesus Christ. The Timothy Keller Sermon Archive includes 1,233 sermons, covering Keller’s preaching from 1989 to 2011. In the Logos editions, these transcripts are incredibly useful—Scripture citations link directly to English translations, and important terms link to dictionaries, encyclopedias, and lots of other resources.

So far, we’ve released the 1989–1993, 1994–1998, 1999–2004, and 2005–2009 increments, covering a wide variety of topics. This is a collection you don’t want to miss!

Get the Timothy Keller Sermon Archive now.

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Time’s running out! Take advantage of Christmas discounts on new base packages, special bundles, and some of our most requested products!

Then enter to win a one-of-a-kind MacBook Pro and Logos 5.

Free Book & 15 Christmas Deals under $100

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Right now, you can get A. W. Tozer’s And He Dwelt among Us for free! Use coupon code 12DAYS2013 to get your copy right now. In addition, as part of our Christmas sale, we have 15 other products on sale for under $100. Just use coupon code STOCKINGSTUFFERS to get your discounts.

And He Dwelt Among Us BlogAnd He Dwelt among Us

Regularly $11.95—get it FREE with coupon code 12DAYS2013

How could deity—with no beginning and no end—cross the gulf separating what is God from what is not God? How could the infinite ever become the finite? How could that which has no limit deliberately impose limitations upon itself? You could study the mystery of the Incarnation for years. Whether you’re already knowledgeable about the Gospel of John or you’re just beginning your studies, this is a great place to start.

AMG Bible Essentials

Regularly $99.95—get it for $74.96 with coupon code STOCKINGSTUFFERS

The AMG Bible Essentials collection puts all the essentials for inductive Bible study at your fingertips, including original-language resources and insightful helps for those preparing for Sunday school, Bible studies, and small group lessons.

hope-for-the-heart-biblical-counseling-libraryHope for the Heart Biblical Counseling Library

Regularly $109.95—get it for $93.46 with coupon code STOCKINGSTUFFERS

For more than 20 years, June Hunt has worked to provide biblically based counseling, help, and encouragement to thousands of Christians through the ministry of Hope for the Heart. This massive 100-volume library gives you helpful books on some of today’s key topics—marriage, abortion, time management, death, parenting, overeating, spiritual warfare, and more.

Evangelical Dictionary of Theology

Regularly $53.95—get it for $40.46 with coupon code STOCKINGSTUFFERS

This is a thoroughly revised edition of the Evangelical Dictionary of Theology—every article from the original edition has been revisited. The result is a completely new dictionary covering systematic, historical, and philosophical theology, as well as theological ethics.

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These aren’t all the sale items under $100! Don’t miss out—check out all our Stocking Stuffers, and pick up your favorites today. 

Then see even more special deals in the 12 Days of Logos sale!