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Your Last Chance to Pre-order Camp Logos 2 on DVD

camp-logos-2-dvd-romUntil February 6, you can save $25 on the Camp Logos 2 DVD. After that, though, the price goes up—pre-order today and save 10%!

Thousands of pastors, students, scholars, and other learners have used Camp Logos to get the most from their Bible study. Camp Logos 1 is the perfect place to begin, and Camp Logos 2 takes you even further into what Logos has to offer.

Why Camp Logos 2 is a must-have for Logos 5 users

The Camp Logos 2 DVD picks up where the first Camp Logos left off. Not only does it help you master the software—it guides you through customizing it to maximize your study.

You’ll receive practical training on:

  • Organizing and indexing your library
  • Text comparisons
  • Original-language searches
  • Understanding morphology
  • Passage lists
  • And much more

What others are saying about Camp Logos

Here’s what people love about Camp Logos 1:

“Absolutely the best in Logos training; each new session builds on the previous one, and you can watch it over and over again!!!”

“It is a very good course. I have had Logos for several years, but I am using it far more effectively since going through these DVDs. I did not know how much I did not know until I finished going through the DVD training. If you already payed for the Logos software and the books, the cost of the training so you can use the material more effectively only makes sense.”

“I’ve studied the Camp Logos 1 DVD-ROM; the training is amazing, simple, concise . . . After following the first camp, I realized that, ‘Did you know that most Logos users only utilize 10% or less of Logos 5’s full potential?’ is really true.”

Don’t wait—after February 6, you’ll miss your only chance to pre-order Camp Logos 2 at the best price. Pre-order the Camp Logos 2 DVD now!

Improve Your Marriage with Jimmy Evans and MarriageToday

MarriageToday QuoteRight now, you can pre-order the Jimmy Evans Sermon Archive for 38% off!

Christian marriage expert Jimmy Evans and the teaching staff at MarriageToday have brought together over 400 sermons and small-group lessons for Christian couples who are married or thinking about marriage.

No marriage is hopeless

Jimmy and his wife, Karen, know that no marriage can’t be saved. After their first few years together nearly ended in divorce, they rebuilt their marriage by applying the principles they now share. Today, after 40 years of marriage, they teach that no matter how hopeless a marriage appears, every couple has a 100% chance of success—in fact, they can thrive!

“We’ve learned through personal experience that no matter how it may appear right now . . . no matter what kinds of challenges your marriage faces . . . no matter how high or thick the walls between you and your spouse may be . . . your relationship can be whole, fulfilling, exciting and strong. And if it’s good now, it can get even better.” —Jimmy Evans

The Jimmy Evans Sermon Archive covers 400+ topics, helping you overcome past wounds, face present challenges, and prepare for future obstacles. To hear more about what Jimmy Evans has to offer, check out the interview we did with him last year.

Attend the MarriageToday conference or webcast!

Each year, Jimmy and Karen Evans host a MarriageToday conference. This year, they’ll be teaching on “Becoming One”—it’s an event you don’t want to miss. The event will be held in Southlake, TX, but you can also attend via webcast.

This year, make a commitment to improving your marriage. Pre-order the Jimmy Evans Sermon Archive, and attend the MarriageToday conference or webcast!

Newly Expanded: Anchor Yale Bible, New Beacon Bible Commentary, and More!

We recently rebuilt four popular collections to make it easier to find your favorite books. This week, take advantage of introductory coupon codes and start learning from some of our most trusted resources! Already own volumes in these collections? Be sure to check out your custom discounts.

new-beacon-bible-commentaryNew Beacon Bible Commentary (19 vols.)

Through February 8, use coupon code BEACON15 and get 15% off!

Study God’s Word with one of the most engaging and perceptive commentaries out there. The New Beacon Bible Commentary offers a contextual study of Scripture, providing verse-by-verse theological analysis and academic scholarship on 24 books of the Bible. Complete your set, and make sure to check out the three volumes on Pre-Pub!

Welwyn Commentary Series (53 vols.)

Through February 7, use coupon code WELWYN15 and get it for 15% off!

The recently expanded Welwyn Commentary covers 61 books of the Bible across 13,000 pages of commentary. Its meticulous exegesis provides evangelical insight that you can apply regardless of your walk in life.

paul-and-pauline-theology-collection (1)Fortress Press Pauline Studies Bundle (31 vols.)

Through February 7, use coupon code PAULINE15 and get it for 15% off!

Looking for a comprehensive study of Paul and his thought? Check out the 31-volume Pauline Studies Bundle from Fortress Press, and explore the meaning of Paul’s teaching for your studies and your life. These modern volumes include works from E. P. Sanders, Hermann Gunkel, Neil Elliott, and J. Christiaan Beker.

Anchor Yale Bible (86 vols.)

The Anchor Yale Bible is one of the most respected and scholarly commentaries out there. It offers 86 volumes on the canonical and deuterocanonical Scriptures from a variety of religious perspectives. This invaluable series was recently updated with the three newest volumes: Nahum, Proverbs 10–31, and Mark 8–16.

Most of these collections are discounted for the rest of the week only, so now’s the best time to pick them up or complete your commentaries. Get your favorites today!

January Deals End Tomorrow!

All January long, we’ve offered over 300 resources at huge discounts, but these deals end tomorrow. You don’t want to miss the best prices on your favorite books, and to make it easy, we’ve gathered all of January’s deals into one place. Check them out—this is your last chance to take advantage of January sales!

studies-in-the-dead-sea-scrollsStudies in the Dead Sea Scrolls

Regularly $219.95—on sale for $164.95 (that’s 25% off)

The Studies in the Dead Sea Scrolls collection gives both students and scholars a look at the scrolls’ historical and contemporary significance for the Christian faith. This 12-volume collection rediscovers the purity texts, war texts, exegetical texts, temple scrolls, and more, all in easy-to-read language.

Studies in Jesus and the Gospels

Regularly $349.95—on sale for $274.95 (that’s 21% off)

Reconstruct the world and person of Jesus and his followers with this 23-volume collection. In each volume, the authors apply the latest critical and methodological practices to the synoptic gospels, revealing a wealth of fascinating issues surrounding the life of Jesus.

ivp-evangelical-theology-collection (1)IVP Evangelical Theology Collection

Regularly $189.95—on sale for $129.95 (that’s 32% off)

Gain insight into the biggest issues facing the contemporary church with the IVP Evangelical Theology Collection. InterVarsity Press assembled essays from 11 conferences, featuring respected Christian thinkers like Dennis L. Okholm, Timothy R. Phillips, and Mark Husbands.

The Expositor’s Bible

Regularly $199.95—on sale for $98.95 (that’s 51% off)

The Expositor’s Bible brings together the body of Christ around the essentials of the Christian faith. It’s the standard among expository commentaries, and its authorship represents every branch of Protestantism. Warren W. Wiersbe urges, “If you can locate the six-volume edition of the Expositor’s Bible, buy it immediately!”

college-press-biblical-studies-collection (1)College Press Biblical Studies Collection

Regularly $79.95—on sale for $54.95 (that’s 31% off)

The College Press Biblical Studies Collection covers a multitude of topics, including baptism, challenges faced by the church in Acts, and difficult cultural issues in the Old Testament, as well as what the Bible says about the challenges Christians face in everyday life.

P.S. don’t forget to pick up your free book this the month—the Cambridge Greek Testament for Schools and Colleges: Hebrews.

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Act now—this sale end tomorrow! 

Want to see if your favorite products are on sale? Check out the complete list of over 300 deals.

Time’s Running Out: Save on This Top-Selling Commentary

Cornerstone CommentariesThe Cornerstone Biblical Commentary series (CBC) is famous for its evangelical scholarship. It equips you with important exegetical and theological knowledge: you’ll study the message and history of each key passage of Scripture, learning about both text and context. And through Friday, January 31, you can use coupon code CBC2014 to get it for 11% off!

“An enormously helpful series for the layperson and pastor alike because it centers on the theological message of each book and ties it directly to the text. This approach has been needed for some time and will be an invaluable supplement to other commentary series.” —Grant Osborne, professor of New Testament, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School

This commentary will equip you with the exegetical and theological knowledge you need to apply the Bible to modern life. You’ll study passage by passage, and pay special attention to context and important themes.

A trusted commentary on the whole Bible

The CBC is an amazing value, especially when you consider that it covers the entire Bible, allowing you to tackle even those hard-to-interpret passages. For example, take David Baker, Dale Brueggemann, and Eugene H. Merrill’s commentary on Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy. Many people don’t pay much attention to Leviticus, but Baker, Brueggemann, and Merrill explain three reasons you should: theological, religious, and historical. (Leviticus gives a history of the people of Israel, explains the who, where, when, and how of worship, and gives a background look at how Christians shaped the ancient Near East.)

Leviticus is just one example of an important yet sometimes-hard-to-read passage that the CBC helps you understand. Plus, with 40 contributors, the CBC is theologically balanced—you’re getting up-to-date, respected commentary you can trust.

Don’t wait—time’s almost up! Use coupon code CBC2014 and get the Cornerstone Biblical Commentaries at the best price.

Last Chance! Get 44% Off the Mobile Ed Bible And Doctrine Foundations Bundle

logos-mobile-education-bible-and-doctrine-foundations-bundleA few months ago, we announced the very first Logos Mobile Education courses, gathered in the Bible and Doctrine Foundations Bundle. On February 3, the bundle is shipping—this is your last chance to pre-order it at 44% off!

Learn from some of the most experienced professors in the field

The Mobile Ed professors—among them Drs. Mark Futato, Lynn Cohick, and Michael Goheen—are some of the most respected in their fields. They each have a minimum of 10 years’ experience, as well as considerable experience teaching in the local church.

Video lectures are broken down into short segments and filmed in a one-on-one format: the professor speaks directly to you. Screencasts relevant to the lecture content provide hands-on training you can apply in your ministry. Best of all, Mobile Ed courses stay with you. Your videos, notes, books, graphics, screencasts—they’re all right there whenever you need them.

Integrate your learning with Logos

Mobile Ed is different from any other form of education: it was created to work seamlessly with your Logos software. As you study, you’ll be able to easily click through to the right book, the right page—even the right sentence. That’s a huge time saver. Plus, your video lectures are completely searchable within your library, so you’ll be able to use them time and time again. This isn’t a textbook you’ll use for only one class. It’s a library of information you’ll keep pulling from long after you’ve finished your formal coursework.

One of the greatest benefits of Logos is that you can take your research, notes, and entire library with you no matter where you go—even on your smartphone or tablet. The same goes for Mobile Ed. Logos brings the professors, the library, the visual demonstrations of software features, and the online classroom community directly to you—on your desktop, laptop, or mobile device. No matter whether you’re at a coffee shop or on an airplane, you’ll have everything you need to learn.

Lock in the Pre-Pub price, and take up to 12 months to pay!

The pre-order price breaks down to just $110 per course. That’s an amazing deal, but if you’re still not sold, just call us at 800-875-6467 and we’ll set you up with a payment plan. As with any other Pre-Pub, your card won’t be charged until the courses ship—and you can lock in the Pre-Pub price and split the costs up over 12 months.

Don’t miss out: pre-order the Logos Mobile Education: Bible Doctrine and Foundations Bundle today!

Add Over 1,200 Timothy Keller Sermons to Your Library

timothy-keller-sermon-archive-1989-2011This week, we released another update to the Timothy Keller Sermon Archive, completing the 1,233-sermon set! 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.

“Fifty years from now, if evangelical Christians are widely known for their love of cities, their commitment to mercy and justice, and their love of their neighbors, Timothy Keller will be remembered as a pioneer of the new urban Christians.” —Christianity Today

Since its launch last year, Tim Keller’s sermon archive has earned a glowing five-star rating. The archive integrates over 20 years of preaching into your Logos library, allowing you to search Dr. Keller’s sermons by passage or topic—which, without Logos, would be nearly impossible. You’ll be able to study Keller alongside your favorite Bible translation or commentary,  and take all 1,233 sermons with you wherever you go.

If you haven’t already downloaded the Timothy Keller Sermon Archive, now’s the time! Get the entire archive today.

Last Chance! Don’t Miss Your Introductory Savings on Noet Bundles

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A few weeks ago, we started shipping Noet bundles, and we marked the occasion with some very special limited-time savings. Now we’re down to just three days—after Monday, January 27, Noet’s introductory discounts disappear forever!

This is your last chance to get introductory savings on a Logos-powered study library in philosophy, literature, or the classics. You don’t want to miss out—browse the Noet libraries right now.

When you add a Noet bundle, you get:

1. A complete library of key texts

noet-classical-foundations-bundle Whatever your interests, you’ll find a Noet bundle that gives you your discipline’s core works.

  • If you’re interested in philosophy and apologetics, the Ancient and Modern Philosophy Bundles give you the works of Socrates, Plato, Aristotle, Descartes, Spinoza, Hume, and others.
  • If you’re interested in the New Testament, the Biblical Greek Bundle gives you Nestle-Aland’s Greek NT, 27th ed., plus LSJ, Porter’s Idioms of the Greek New Testament, and much more.
  • If you’re interested in ancient languages, the Biblical Greek, Classical Greek, and Classical Latin Bundles give you important primary texts and valuable study resources.
  • If you’re an all-around exegete, you’ll find a complete library of classical context in Noet’s Classical Foundations Bundle.

The great thing is that these libraries are carefully curated to give you the texts you’ll need. You won’t waste time on the legwork of rounding up hard-to-find editions—just pick up the Noet bundle that fits your study.

2. Logos-powered study features

noet-ancient-philosophy-bundleNoet books aren’t just important—they’re smart. With Noet’s free mobile app, you can study your new library using powerful research tools:

  • Run precise cross-library searches.
  • Set a primary source to scroll in sync with its commentary or translation.
  • See Greek and Latin gloss and morphology with a tap.
  • Remember what you learn with highlights and searchable notes that sync across all your devices.

Don’t have the mobile app yet? You can get it absolutely free!

So, let’s pause: you’re getting essential texts, powerful study tools, a terrific value, and additional limited-time savings.

Why haven’t you already picked up a Noet bundle?

“Noet is expensive”

noet-harvard-fiction-collectionClearly, the Noet editions are much more valuable than paper textbooks—they give you all the books you need, they help you learn more, faster, and they help you remember what you learn. The cool thing is that they’re a better value, too. If you’re a student, you’re probably paying hundreds of dollars for a single semester’s worth of books. With Noet, you can take that book budget and get entire discipline-specific libraries.

Plus, not only do Noet bundles give you the most important books, in carefully curated libraries, connected by smart study features, all for less than what you’re already paying for paper textbooks—for just three more days, introductory savings make them an even better deal.

Take advantage of your introductory savings: pick out your favorite Noet bundle right now.

(P.S. Don’t want to spend your book budget all at once? Spread out the costs with an interest-free payment plan!)

“I’m interested in the Bible, not the classics”

noet-biblical-greek-bundleYou appreciate rigorous study and nuanced interpretation, but you’d rather devote all your attention to Scripture. Why, then, read the classics?

Well, intellectual history and the history of Christian theology aren’t distinct disciplines—they’re a conversation, and they have been ever since Paul started using Greco-Roman rhetorical strategies to drive his points home.

In the West, the Bible is the ultimate classic, and Christian theology is woven into our literary and philosophical canon. When you study the classics, you aren’t turning your back on the Bible—you’re joining the conversation it’s been part of for millennia.

Engage the culture: pick out a Noet bundle while you can still get your introductory savings.

“Noet just doesn’t sound that interesting”

noet-harvard-classics-collectionA confession: I find some philosophy boring. I find certain philosophers’ prose intolerably dense. There are writers I’ve been trying to like for years who, deep down, I know I’ll never like. But none of that matters, because I’ve found the classical authors I love. You will, too, and then you’ll hear their ideas echo through everything else you read, just like you hear the Bible in the pages of Dostoyevsky.

But you don’t need me to describe what it’s like to get immersed in a beautiful, fascinating book. You’ve felt it.

And you know how hard it can be to find books like that, books that connect writer and reader across the barriers of time and language. With a Noet bundle, you’re getting the classics, preselected for quality by centuries of readers like you. What’s more, Noet’s study tools make deep, connected reading easier: they show you original-language nuance with a tap, and they connect you to related texts so you can focus on what you’re reading, not on indexes and tables of contents.

You don’t have to think all the classics are interesting to discover your next favorite writer. Browse all the Noet libraries at Noet.com/Products.

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You have only three more days to take advantage of your introductory savings—on Monday, January 27, they’ll be gone forever.

Don’t miss out: add your favorite Noet bundles at Noet.com/Products!

3 Ways the Classics Help Your Christian Studies

ClassicalFoundationsBundle-201x300Earlier this month, we announced the release of the Noet app. Since your primary focus is probably the Bible, you’ll want to know how Noet texts enhance biblical and theological study, especially as we approach the end of Noet’s introductory discounts (January 27).

Here are three ways the classics aid your Christian studies:

1. Understand the context of Scripture

Understanding the world of antiquity helps you understand the New Testament. With the Perseus collection and Liddell and Scott’s Greek–English Lexicon, Noet’s Classical Foundations Bundle—a vast library spanning philosophy, literature, and the classics—gives you texts and tools that will deepen your understanding of classical literature and its world.

Take Paul’s letters, for example. It’s no secret that Paul took advantage of the Greco-Roman literary conventions of his day. Studying the works of Roman rhetoricians like Cicero and Quintilian, contemporaries of Paul’s, illuminates issues of composition, form, and structure in Paul’s letters (see 1 Cor. 4:8–13). You can study earlier literature, too—for instance, you’ll see how the writings of ancient Greek rhetoricians like Demosthenes and Lysias influenced their Roman successors. With LSJ and a host of Greek and Latin grammars, you can explore these primary texts and their historical relationships.

You’ll also get key Roman works like Livy’s History of Rome and Julius Caesar’s Civil Wars, which provide insight into Rome and its evolution from republic to empire. Read the letters of Pliny the Younger, which provide the earliest accounts of Roman persecution of Christians. Against this backdrop, the emergence of Christ, and his proclamation of a kingdom of peace and mercy, become even more miraculous.

2. Explore key categories in Christian theology

The Classical Foundations Bundle includes several key philosophical texts. When it comes to ancient philosophy, no Logos library is complete without the works of Plato and Aristotle. Plato’s dialogues, for example, articulate the theory of forms, which posits the existence of distinct physical and spiritual realms. (In his Confessions, Augustine would later credit the Platonic worldview and its hierarchical ordering of the universe as instrumental in his coming to Christianity.)

Likewise, Thomas Aquinas’ massive Summa Theologica (which you can add separately) represents an effort to reconcile the revelation of Christianity with an Aristotelian framework. For example, Aquinas’ appeal to the “unmoved mover” (in one of his five proofs of God’s existence) draws on Aristotle’s notion of a “prime mover.”

The philosophical texts included in the Classical Foundations Bundle don’t stop there—you’ll also get key works by modern philosophers like Descartes, Hume, and Kant, all of whom were influenced by (and continue to influence the shape of) Christian theological reflection. Plus, you’ll be learning more with Logos-powered study tools—there’s simply no better way to explore the relationships between philosophy and Scripture.

3. Discern Christianity’s influence on literature

In addition to classics and philosophy, the Classical Foundations Bundle includes the Harvard Classics and Fiction Collection, a broad library of the West’s key literary texts. And since the Bible sits at the foundation of Western culture, it’s no surprise to find its influence throughout the history of literature.

Dostoyevsky’s Crime and Punishment, for example, is a narrative rich with themes of suffering, guilt, and redemption. Tracing the experience of Rodion Raskolnikov after he commits a grisly murder, Dostoyevsky takes us on a harrowing interior journey of moral anguish, exploring the psychological effects of guilt. Written in response to the nihilism of his day, Dostoyevsky’s narrative culminates in Raskolnikov’s confession, indicating that sin cannot be forever hidden while reflecting the promise of redemption that Dostoyevsky recognized in Christianity.

Don’t miss out on introductory pricing!

Expand your library today: add these core texts in the Western intellectual tradition. You’ll make Logos an even more powerful tool for research and study, whether you’re interested in philosophy, the classics, and literature, or purely in biblical and theological study.

Introductory discounts and Dynamic Pricing—you’ll want to take advantage of these savings before they expire on January 27. Choose your favorite Noet bundles today!

Vyrso’s Top 5 Deals, Interviews, and Posts

Vyrso LogoThe Vyrso blog is having its best month ever! We’ve offered a bunch of free books, listed our top picks from 2013, interviewed some of the most promising up-and-coming Christian authors, and more.

If you’re missing out on some of Vyrso’s best content, here are five posts you need to check out:

1. Resolve to Grow: Get 20 Devotionals under $5

Make 2014 the year you commit to spending more daily time with God. To help, we’re offering 20 devotionals for less than $5 each! Through January 27, you can save on bestselling authors like Sarah Young, Jarrid Wilson, and others.

2. Top 15 Authors to Watch in 2014

We reached out to some of the most popular Christian publishers to ask which authors to watch in 2014. The result is this list of incredibly talented writers. From names you’ve probably never heard of to already-burgeoning stars, this is your go-to list for staying in the know on new Christian talent.

3. Growing toward Christlikeness: An Interview with Dr. Andrew DavisAn Infinite Journey

Dr. Andrew Davis’ first book has already received glowing reviews from the likes of D. A. Carson and Tim Challies. In his exclusive interview with Vyrso, Dr. Davis, one of our authors to watch, talks about the roadblocks to Christian maturity, his passion to explain how justification and sanctification relate, and his “infinite journey” to glorify God.

4. Win an iPad mini, Logos 5 Gold, and Real Marriage by Mark Driscoll

Mark and Grace Driscoll’s annual Real Marriage conference is right around the corner, and to kick-start this exciting event, we’re giving away some awesome free stuff! Until February 20, you can enter to win an iPad mini, Logos 5 Gold, Real Marriage, and the Real Marriage Participant’s Guide. Plus, you can use coupon code LOGOSRM to get 10% off the Real Marriage simulcast. Register for the simulcast and enter to win today!

5. Vyrso’s Top 20 Reader Favorites of 2013vyrso-badges_reader-fav-300

Our roundup of last year’s most downloaded books is awesome for two reasons: 1., it tells you which books you need to add to your 2014 reading list, and 2., most of the featured books are either free or heavily discounted. Check out our top 20 reader favorites today!

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