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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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Updates to the SBLGNT Apparatus

When Logos released The Greek New Testament: SBL Edition (SBLGNT) in 2010, we included an apparatus that provided information on which editions of the Greek New Testament differ from the reading found in the SBLGNT. The apparatus included readings from four editions: Westcott and Hort (WH), Tregelles (Treg), Robinson-Pierpont (RP), and the Greek behind the 1984 NIV. Where the NA27 edition differed from the NIV Greek text, the NA was cited explicitly.

The Greek behind the 1984 NIV, published by Zondervan in print in 2003 as A Reader’s Greek New Testament, provided a modern edition of the Greek New Testament that could be used for comparisons. However, it’s clear that most users of the SBLGNT and its apparatus would rather have the Nestle-Aland family of editions represented in the apparatus.

So that’s what we did. If you haven’t already received these updates, you should receive them soon.

With the release of the 28th edition of the Nestle-Aland Greek New Testament (NA28)  in 2012, we had a great excuse to revisit the SBLGNT apparatus and update it to cite readings from NA28 instead of NIV.

Please note: the text of the SBLGNT has not changed; only the apparatus has changed. Continue Reading…

5 Years of New Testament Discourse: Celebrate by Saving 25%

lexham-discourse-greek-new-testament-bundleFive years ago this week, we released a product that has changed how pastors and scholars read and study the New Testament.

The Lexham Discourse Greek New Testament has helped thousands of people get behind the text and study the discourse features and devices that speakers and writers of all languages use to convey meaning.

These are devices we use (and rarely notice) every day in our conversation—and the writers of the New Testament used them, too.

Examples of how it works

  1. In Luke 10:2, Jesus says, “The harvest is plentiful, but the workers are few.” There’s a word there designed to create anticipation, but that’s usually left untranslated. It’s a word absent from most English translations, and even if you know Greek, you’re likely to skip over it. But it’s an important discourse device that effectively makes it “although the harvest is plentiful . . .”
  2. All over the Gospels, Jesus says things like “truly, truly” or “truly I say to you.” These words don’t mean that what Jesus is saying is more or less true than words that aren’t prefaced by this phrase. Instead, “truly, truly” is primarily meant to get the audience’s attention and highlight the thing that comes next. It’s a discourse device you’ve probably read a hundred times but haven’t noticed. In the Lexham Greek Discourse New Testament, it will be plainly marked for you.
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Get the New Daily Study Bible NT at the Lowest Price in Years!

the-new-daily-study-bible-new-testamentThis month only, you can take $60 off the internationally respected New Daily Study Bible: New Testament! Use coupon code DSBNT to claim this special offer today.

The New DSB-NT, with roots in the influential Barclay Study Bible, is significantly revised and updated—it’s better than ever. If you’ve been thinking of adding this set to your library, now’s the time!

Perfect for personal study

The New DSB-NT is an ideal help for both devotional and scholarly Bible study. Barclay’s works reveal important background that gives the NT context, and his accessible style will engage readers at all levels of Bible study. The commentaries discuss Scripture a handful of verses at a time, giving you detailed study in each chapter of the New Testament.

More powerful with Logos

Logos sets you up to make the most of the New DSB-NT’s extensive content. You’ll be able to search over 5,000 pages of New Testament insight. You can link commentaries to your favorite Bibles for ease of reference, and reference Scripture on mouseover. Continue Reading…

Lock In Your Custom Discount and Take up to 12 Months to Pay

Logos 5During our upgrade sale, you can save big when you move to Logos 5. If you’ve been thinking about upgrading, now’s the time to act.

Interest-free payment plans

payment plan makes the library you want affordable by breaking up the payments, interest-free.

Use the Custom Upgrade Discount Calculator to find out how big a discount you qualify for, and break up your bill with up to 12 easy payments. Don’t wait to study God’s Word—you can start using Logos 5′s smart, intuitive features right away.

Six extra months to pay

For every purchase over $1,900, we offer an extended payment plan of 18 months—that’s an extra six months to pay! Paired with your custom upgrade discount and special upgrade-sale pricing, this is the perfect scenario for moving to Logos 5.

Just purchase one of our larger base packages, such as Diamond or Portfolio, or even supplement a base package like Gold with a couple of bundles. As long as your total exceeds $1,900, you’ll get the option of an 18-month payment plan. Continue Reading…

Sampling the Wisdom of the Ages

G. K. Chesterton

Whenever you address an audience, your goal is always to find just the right words to convey your message. Finding those words can be a challenge, especially when you’re searching for a quotation to make a concept more memorable or when you want to share wisdom from church history.

We compiled 1,500 Quotations for Preachers to help you at just such times. This five-volume set contains hand-selected remarks from church leaders (and a few others) throughout the centuries. Each volume features quotations from a particular era of church history, and each quote is accompanied by a slide, like the above quote from G. K. Chesterton.

This is not your typical quotation collection

  • Search tools save you time. Find quotations by searching for author, theme, or Scripture reference. This enables you to find exactly what you need—fast. For example, the above quotation is tagged with the theme sin, and the Scripture references Genesis 8:21; Psalm 51:5; Romans 3:11–12, 23; and Ephesians 2:2–3.
  • Sharing becomes easy. All quotations come with a professionally designed slide featuring an excerpt, making it easier to share with others.
  • Language is updated. For some quotations, archaic language (like “thee” and “thou”) has been updated, making the quotations ready to use in a modern context.
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Get 20% off the Reformed Expository Commentary Series

reformed-expository-commentaryRight now, you can pre-order the Reformed Expository Commentary Series for 20% off.

Preaching through the Bible can be challenging, and sermon prep can be time-consuming. Use the Reformed Expository Commentary to aid your research and you’ll find that most of the work is done for you. You’ll get thorough, clear expositions of Scripture, verse by verse.

This Reformed series focuses on Christ through the lens of redemptive history, and applies the Bible to our contemporary setting. Created for pastors, Bible teachers, and anyone who wants substantive devotional materials, these expositions are scholarly but easy to understand.

Useful for both sermon prep and personal study, the Reformed Expository Commentary Series has received extremely positive reviews:

“A rare combination of biblical insight, theological substance, and pastoral application.” —R. Albert Mohler Jr., ninth president, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary

“Those of us who regularly preach need commentaries that provide the best biblical scholarship and that also understand the challenges of today’s pastorate. This series ably speaks to both needs.” —Bryan Chapell, distinguished professor of preaching, Knox Theological Seminary Continue Reading…