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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…

Free Book, $20 Gift Certificate, and Special Discounts in the 500K Celebration!

We recently announced that the Logos forums passed both the 100,000-user and the 500,000-comment thresholds. That’s a big deal—those numbers represent the worldwide community that’s sprung up around the importance of Bible study and the value of Logos Bible Software. Since then, we’ve been thinking of a unique way to celebrate.

How about a free book?

For the next five days, you can get the Understanding the Bible Commentary: Mark absolutely free! Just use coupon code 500K through the end of the day Tuesday, August 20, and you’ll get this respected commentary without spending a cent.

The Understanding the Bible Commentary: Mark transports modern readers back to the days of Mark’s original audience and helps us understand and apply his unique writings. Normally this commentary would cost you $14.95, but with coupon code 500K you can get it free today!

Let’s add some special deals!

Yes, a free commentary helps show our appreciation, but it just doesn’t seem like enough. So we’re discounting the following books and collections through September 2: Continue Reading…

Announcing Mobile Ed Payment Plans!

LME LogoLogos’ senior vice president, Dale Pritchett, introduced Logos Mobile Education at the end of May. Since then, we’ve told you about:

Registration is now open, and you can pre-order the Bible and Doctrine Foundations bundle today at a deep discount!

Two ways to pre-order

While the first nine courses are available for pre-order, you can get them for only $999.95—just $110 per course. And we’re rolling out a couple of ways you can pay for this one-of-a-kind Pre-Pub:

  1. Pre-order and we’ll bill you when it ships. As with any Pre-Pub, you can pre-order it now and your credit card will be billed the moment it’s available. This is the most cost-efficient choice in the long run, and you can do it online. Just head to the product page, click the “Pre-order” button, and proceed to checkout.
  2. Pre-order now with a payment plan. If you need a more budget-minded solution but you still want to get in on the special Pre-Pub price, you can pre-order now and spread the payments out over a year. Continue Reading…

Get 30% off the Fathers of the Church Series

fathers-of-the-church-seriesThe Fathers of The Church Series is a truly exciting new collection in Logos. The biggest collection of patristic documents ever gathered in English translation—and still growing!—this series represents the absolute best in early church history.

It’s difficult to put into words just how valuable this series really is. Maybe it’s the history buff in me, but it’s hard to deny that nearly 50,000 pages of patristic primary-source material ranging from the first to the fifth centuries isn’t something exciting. It’s even harder to deny that, in Logos, this collection is arguably the most powerful patristic study tool available to students and scholars anywhere.

Brilliant scholarship at an incredible price

What makes this collection so valuable isn’t just the sheer immensity of text (at less $.04 per page, the absolute best value anywhere): it’s the brilliant scholarship and translation that this series is renowned for in the English-speaking world. The English translations of both Greek and Latin texts are clear and easy to read, and the scholarship behind them is unparalleled both in scope and in scale.

While there’s some overlap with the Early Church Fathers collection, most of these works are brand-new to Logos, and all of them offer new and improved translations. Plus, this edition includes many of the commentaries the early Church Fathers wrote on books of the Bible, most of which are omitted in the Schaff edition. Continue Reading…

Featured in Platinum: Lenski’s Commentary on the New Testament

platinum“My favorite new Testament commentary is that of R. C. H. Lenski . . . I profit greatly from his sane and spiritually sensitive exposition.” —Warren W. Wiersbe

Any collection so highly praised by one of the most prolific Christian writers of the last 100 years demands attention, but Lenski’s Commentary on the New Testatment draws special notice because Dr. Wiersbe crosses denominational lines to praise Lenski’s scholarship, adding that “you do not have to be a Greek scholar to benefit from Lenski.”

This is a massive commentary. Lenski introduces each passage with his own original translation, and then adds a discussion of historical, exegetical, and thematic points, leaving no stone unturned. Lenski’s scholarship and smooth narrative style make this collection a perennial favorite. Morris Proctor, the authorized trainer for Logos, even lists it among his prioritized books in Platinum.

Other valuable resources

Lenski’s Commentary on the New Testament is included in Platinum, along with many other respected titles, like:

Logos Mobile Education: Value and Pricing

logos-mobile-education-bible-and-doctrine-foundations-bundleSince the announcement of Logos Mobile Education and my own subsequent posts on our plans for the Mobile Ed curriculum and how the Logos digital library ecosystem distinguishes Mobile Ed from all other distance education models, response has been steady. We appreciate the interest and enthusiasm! We’re moving ahead at full speed, and the feedback is valuable.

One recurring question has been the matter of pricing. Logos Mobile Ed launched with the Bible and Doctrine Foundations bundle at a Pre-Pub price of $995.95. At nearly $1,000, that price sounds high. In reality, it’s a tremendous value.

In my earlier post about the Logos digital library’s role in Mobile Ed courseware, I pointed out that video is only the starting point in a Mobile Ed course. There’s a lot more to Mobile Ed than video. But since people are familiar with video content in today’s world, the flawed assumption that we’re reinventing that wheel is understandable. Mobile Ed courses give you a lot more value than video. They’re worth the expense, especially as a Pre-Pub bundle.

The cost of seminary is rising

The brutal, unfortunate reality is that seminary education is very expensive. Daniel Aleshire, the executive director of The Association of Theological Schools (ATS), a national accrediting body for seminaries, recently observed that the average cost for a three-year Master of Divinity degree has risen to $100,000 in North America. Continue Reading…

5 Reasons to Download the Free FSB Now

ESV Giveaway Free

In partnership with Crossway and CreationFest, we’re giving away the trusted ESV translation to all Faithlife users through August 10. You only have a couple more days to grab your copy, so get it today!

Here are a few more reasons to download the Faithlife Study Bible:

1. Multimedia & infographics—We live in a highly visual society, surrounded by glowing screens. We’ve become accustomed to ideas in picture form. The Faithlife Study Bible is chock-full of art, photography, timelines, and video to help you visualize Scripture. We sent a crew to Israel, and they returned with hundreds of pictures and hours of video. We even commissioned artists to illustrate biblical concepts—and you can get it all for free in the Faithlife Study Bible.

2. Respected contributors—Writing a study Bible is a huge undertaking. We didn’t want to take it on alone, so we reached out to some of the most trusted leaders in Christianity. N. T. Wright, Timothy Keller, Charles Stanley, Ed Stetzer, Lee Strobel, Randy Alcorn, and many others contributed their wisdom and expertise to the Faithlife Study Bible. See the whole list at FaithlifeBible.com/Contributors. Continue Reading…

3 Ways Linguistic Criticism Can Aid Bible Study

lexham-methods-series (1)We learn our first language with relative ease. It’s only when we study a second or third language that we can begin to appreciate language’s complexity. Even if we master the vocabulary, grammar, and syntax of another language, we will still stumble on idioms, metaphors, and other cultural references. The best way to navigate a different language is to have a native speaker as your guide.

But who’s here to help us with biblical Hebrew and New Testament Greek? With no living first-language experts to guide us, these are “dead languages.” Countless interpreters have wished they could ask Moses, Isaiah, or Paul exactly what they meant by certain uses of Hebrew or Greek.

To effectively study a book written in “dead languages,” we must look to other language systems for help. This field of study is called linguistic criticism, and a new book by Logos Bible Software introduces you to the concepts, terminology, and methodology of the discipline. The third volume in the Lexham Methods Series, Linguistic Criticism, will improve your Bible study in three ways:

  1. Appreciate the complexity of language study. We can read the Bible in English today only because scholars labored through the difficulties of language-learning. As they continue to study living languages, they’re able to translate and interpret the Bible’s dead languages more accurately. Continue Reading…

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…

Don’t Miss Out on August Savings!

We have special deals running all August long and you don’t have to miss a single one! Check out August’s monthly sales page right now to see this month’s bargains.

Here are some of the products we’re featuring this month:

Theology of the Old Testament Collection (11 vols.)

Regularly: $999.95
Yours now: $219.95

This 11-volume collection of Old Testament theology features a scholarly presentation of topics like Old Testament eschatology, Job and the problem of evil,  and how Christians should respond to Judaic law. Contributors to this important set include such luminaries as F. F. Bruce, Walter Brueggemann, John Rogerson, Philip R. Davies, Stanley Porter, and many more. Get it now for less than $220, or use a payment plan and get it for only $23.33 a month!

A. T. Robertson Collection (15 vols.)

Regularly: $249.95
Yours now: $159.95

These 15 volumes from the latter part of the nineteenth century provide valuable insight into Civil War–era theology. As one of the great New Testament scholars of his time, Robertson produced works that remain widely influential today—his Greek grammars are still used in seminaries, and his commentaries are still found on the shelves of preachers and teachers, reinforcing his place among the most influential Baptists in American history. Get this collection all month long and save 36%! Continue Reading…