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Your Golden Opportunity—3 Reasons to Upgrade Now

goldThe Gold base package gives you the best of both worlds: you get the best price for all of Logos 5’s powerful features. But don’t just take our word for it—Gold consistently receives positive customer reviews.

If that’s not enough to convince you, here are three reasons to upgrade to Gold today:

1. You’ll get the most advanced features

Gold is the most affordable package that includes all of Logos 5’s smart features.

Free Book: D. L. Moody’s Heaven

heavenDwight Lyman Moody’s Heaven: Where It Is, Its Inhabitants, and How to Get There is free for the month of August. Get yours today!

Preacher. Evangelist. Publisher.

Dwight L. Moody (1837–1899) was one of the most influential and prolific evangelists. His tale is a powerful testimony to struggle and triumph, from his early life in rags to the Civil War, the Boston fire, and the foundation of (still-) prestigious evangelical institutions. It’s estimated that in the prime of his ministry, he drew crowds of up to 30,000 people. Heaven reflects the same tenacity and brilliance with which he lived.

“There can be no need for us to commend the living, blazing speech of our brother Moody. Who can equal him in natural simplicity all aglow with holy passion? ”—Charles Spurgeon

Download this free book to get Moody’s insights into heaven and its hope, inhabitants, happiness, certainty, riches, and rewards.

Visit the Free Book of the Month page to download Moody’s Heaven: Where It Is, Its Inhabitants, and How to Get There today!

Get Big Back-to-School Savings

It’s that time of year again: with coupon code BTS2013 you can get major discounts on some of our most popular back-to-school products. Whether you’re a student, a pastor, a small-group leader, or a layperson, this is the perfect opportunity to enhance your library at a big discount.

Hermeneia CollectionHermeneia and Continental Commentaries

Regularly $1,349.95: get $660 off with coupon code BTS2013

Get internationally renowned critical commentaries at a huge discount. Hermeneia’s scholars provide a critical and historical commentary on Scripture without arbitrary limits on size or scope. This series makes use of the full range of philological and historical tools, including textual criticism and the methods of the history of tradition and the history of religion.

Anchor YaleAnchor Yale Bible Dictionary

Regularly $269.95: get $70 off with coupon code BTS2013

This dictionary is a landmark in biblical scholarship. The definitive six-volume, 7,200-page, unabridged Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary features more than 6,000 entries by 800 authors, with illustrations. It’s the most comprehensive, up to date, and authoritative reference work in the field, and it’s invaluable for anyone seeking to explore the Bible in depth. Continue Reading…

Lexham Bible Guides: Your Tools for Better Research

lexham-bible-guides-pauls-letters-collectionMy first college class on Paul’s letters overwhelmed me so much that I chose Paul’s shortest letter for my final paper. I knew that if I focused on anything longer than Philemon, I might miss something—there’s just too much published research about Paul and his letters.

As it turned out, I was right: I watched students around me struggle as they tackled Galatians, Romans, and Paul’s other long letters. In the sea of commentaries, they missed major points. If the Lexham Bible Guides had existed back then, my fellow students and I wouldn’t have had this problem.

Biblical research shouldn’t be this difficult. A requirement for entry shouldn’t be how fast you can read or access the right material.

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What It’s Really Like to Use Logos 5

Our goal is to make the very best tools for Bible study, but measuring that success comes down to you. Your feedback is how we know we’re on the right track.

That’s why we care so much about endorsements—they paint a picture of what it’s really like to use Logos.

Here’s what Jon Micah Sumrall, lead singer of Kutless, has to say about Logos 5:

What others are saying:

“Logos 5 is an incredible tool that instantly connects me with everything and everyone I need to get the Word out, from its Timeline to smart searches to social sharing.” —Kirk Cameron, producer of Monumental: In Search of America’s National Treasure and star of the international hit Fireproof Continue Reading…

Connect Your Bible Study Using Logos 5

Your time is valuable, especially when you’re studying the Word. By connecting your resources and devices, Logos 5 helps you get the most out of your Bible study.

Your integrated library syncs across platforms, so you can always pick up where you left off on your desktop, mobile, and tablet devices. Start the day off with a devotional reading in Faithlife, and highlight a verse on your desktop. Then see that same highlight in your phone when you open the passage on your lunch break. Make a note in your ESV; when you get home, open it on your saved translation on your tablet to share with your friends and family.

Plus, whenever a resource in your library is updated, you’ll get the new version free—you can keep up with the latest scholarship and trust that you have the most current versions available.

Check out all of Logos 5’s powerful features, and download our free apps to bring your study wherever you go.

Connect your Bible study across resources and devices—upgrade to Logos 5 today!

Take Advantage of July Deals

Have you checked out July’s sales yet? We have over 140 popular resources discounted through the end of the month—there’s bound to be a deal that’s right for you! But don’t wait: you only have a week left to save.

You don’t need a coupon code for these specials; they’re already discounted for you. Build your library today:

lenskis-commentary-on-the-new-testamentLenski’s Commentary on the New Testament

Regularly $299.95—only $219.95 through the end of July

R. C. H. Lenski offers an original, literal translation of the New Testament, as well as meticulous research on its texts. Writing from a conservative Lutheran perspective, he is unwavering in his high view of scriptural authority, investigating deeply and arguing masterfully. The Lenski Commentary will introduce you to a range of interpretations, allowing you to see how differing viewpoints relate.

Critical and Exegetical Commentary on the New Testament

Regularly $249.95—only $230.95 through the end of July

The Critical and Exegetical Commentary on the New Testament (21 vols.) includes 16 volumes by Heinrich August Wilhelm Meyer, two by Gottlieb Lünemann, three by Joh. Ed. Huther, and the final work on the Revelation of John by Friedrich Düsterdieck. These authors introduce each book of the Bible, providing biographical information about the biblical writers, a look at authorship controversies, and information about the time of composition, the intended audience, and more. Continue Reading…

Take 50% off Topical Bundles When You Upgrade to Logos 5

Right now, with upgrade discounts, you can save big when you upgrade to Logos 5. And to sweeten the deal, you can also get 50% off topical bundles when you upgrade!

A base package upgrade gives you access to all kinds of new resources and features; topical bundles, designed as base package supplements, allow you to tailor your library to the subjects that interest you most. You can study your discipline-specific bundles with Logos 5′s smart features—Clause Search, Topic Guide, and more.

Here are some of our most popular bundles:

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New Testament Studies Bundle

Regularly $859.90—only $429.95 with your Logos 5 upgrade

This 45-resource supplement offers everything you need for in-depth research on the New Testament. You’ll study depictions of Christ in the media, gender roles in the writings of Luke and John, the relationship between community and ethics, the latest research in historical-Jesus studies, and much more.

pauline-studies-bundle-xlPauline Studies Bundle

Regularly $659.90—only $329.95 with your Logos 5 upgrade

This bundle gives you several volumes that look closely at specific passages and interpretive issues in Paul’s letters, as well a broader overview in Paul and His Letters by John B. Polhill. Other volumes address Acts’ accuracy, the relationship between Peter and Paul, and topics related to the New Perspective, justification, and atonement. Continue Reading…

Get the ESV Free with the FSB!

ESV Giveaway Free

Thanks to our partnership with Crossway, you can get the ESV free on your Faithlife app when you download by August 10!

The Faithlife Study Bible stands as the world’s largest, most advanced study Bible. Study notes and multimedia equip you for Bible study on the go, and the recently announced read-along feature makes it more convenient than ever. Plus, with the Faithlife community, it’s easy to share what you learn with your loved ones.

Your can read the Faithlife Study Bible on your iPad, iPhoneAndroid device, or Kindle Fire, or online at Bible.Faithlife.com. It’s the perfect resource to bring to church or Bible study: it lets you study wherever you are.

The English Standard Version (ESV), first published in 2001, is considered “essentially literal.” It seeks to capture the precise word-for-word meaning of the original Greek, Hebrew, and Aramaic, and it’s one of today’s most widely used translations.

Now you can apply all the benefits of the Faithlife Study Bible to the ESV—free. The FSB is always growing and improving, and by downloading it today, you’ll get both the FSB and the ESV for life.

Already using the Faithlife Study Bible? Just open your app by August 10 to get your free ESV.

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This offer ends August 10—get your ESV today!

Exploring Paul’s Letter to the Galatians

lexham-bible-guides-pauls-letters-collectionAll pastors have an abiding love for the people of their congregation. The apostle Paul was no different. So when he heard news of false teachings in the Galatian church after his departure, he was compelled to write. Paul’s letter to the Galatians reveals his two greatest concerns: Theologically, that a person can be justified by faith and faith alone. Practically, that believers’ actions should stem from their freedom in Christ, which liberates them to treat everyone with love and respect since all—regardless of differences—have been accepted. Paul explores these concerns by discussing the authenticity of the Gospel, the connection between the Gospel and the Old Testament law and covenants, and the theme of Christian freedom from the law.

Galatians 5 serves as a wake-up call to the Galatian believers who were falling prey to false teachings and returning to a “yoke of slavery” (Gal. 5:1). To explore this, let’s take a look inside the Galatians volume of the Lexham Bible Guides: Paul’s Letters Collection:

Issues at a glance

  • Severed from Christ
  • Will Not Inherit the Kingdom of God
  • The Fruit of the Spirit
  • Key Word Study: Katargeō, “To Abolish”
  • Key Word Study: Anastatoō, “To Disturb”
  • Key Word Study: Epithymia, “Desire”
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