Not Your Average Study, Not Our Average Sale

not-your-average-bible-study-seriesLexham Press is proud to announce our newest series, Not Your Average Bible Study. Right now, when you pre-order the first nine volumes, you’ll get 50% off!

Whether you’re a long-time student of the Word or you’ve just recently started studying the Bible, this collection sets you up to dig deeper into Scripture. Each volume guides you step by step through a book of the Bible, exploring themes, providing background, and helping you discover powerful new insights and interpretations.

Are you looking for a way to apply the Bible day to day? Are you in the midst of a dry spell in your Bible study or prayer life? As you work through each book, you’ll be prompted to respond with discussion and reflection questions, specific prayer suggestions, and ideas for further study. Each volume is ideal for individual or small group study.

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Drawing material from the Old Testament and the New, from the shortest book of the Bible and the longest, Not Your Average Bible Study offers variety as well as depth. These studies are adapted from content in Bible Study Magazine, but we’ve enhanced the digital versions to take advantage of Logos’ amazing features. This is not your average Bible study.

Pre-order the Not Your Average Bible Study collection today!

Logos 5: How to Resize Panels with the Highlighting Tab

Today’s post is from Morris Proctor, certified and authorized trainer for Logos Bible Software. Morris, who has trained thousands of Logos users at his two-day Camp Logos seminars, provides many training materials.

The Tools menu houses a variety of Logos features, each of which opens a certain way on the Logos desktop. For example:

  • Passage Analysis opens in a floating window.
  • Collections opens in a typical panel.
  • History opens in a “locked” panel.

It’s the locked panel I want to discuss with you, because if you’re not aware of this little trick, resizing can be challenging.

  • Choose Tools | Highlighting.
  • Notice that the Highlighting panel locks into place on the left side of the screen (A).

When you place your cursor on the border line of the panel, you’ll notice that you can’t resize like you can a typical panel (B). (You can drag the Highlighting tab to reposition the panel, but that doesn’t resize it the way we want.)

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So try this:

  • Close the Highlighting panel.
  • Choose the Tools menu again.
  • Click and hold Highlighting.
  • Drag Highlighting around the Logos desktop.
  • Notice how different portions of the desktop highlight in blue (C).

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  • Release the mouse.
  • Notice that the blue area becomes a typical panel housing Highlighting (D).

You can now easily resize the Highlighting panel, because it’s not locked into place (E).

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Try dragging other features on the Tools menu, such as History, Information, Bible Facts, or Power Lookup. I think you’ll enjoy the flexibility that dragging provides!

Your Last Day to Save on Lexham Press Resources!

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Today is your last day to take advantage of the Lexham Press sale! For the rest of the day, we’re offering great discounts on a huge selection of Lexham products. Here are a few of the bestsellers so far:

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Lexham Discourse Greek New Testament Bundle

Regularly $149.95—get it for $119.95

The Lexham Discourse Greek New Testament makes discourse analysis simple. It includes the entire Greek text of the New Testament, marked up with more than 20 discourse devices, and comes with a general introduction to discourse grammar—you’ll get an overview of each discourse device, plus numerous examples of how the New Testament authors used these devices to communicate.

Lexham Bible Guides: Paul’s Letters Collection

Regularly $534.95—get it for $461.95

The Lexham Bible Guides: Paul’s Letters Collection is your starting point for study and research on the Pauline epistles. It surveys all the relevant literature on key passages, summarizes all the major views, and brings the summary straight to you. A complete introduction to Paul’s letters, this collection will bring new thoroughness to your research.

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Spurgeon Commentary Collection: New Testament Letters

Regularly $143.95—pre-order it for $84.95

Spurgeon’s writings on the Bible fill dozens of volumes; his thoughts on particular passages are scattered across numerous books and sermons. These volumes collect his thoughts on nine different New Testament letters in a commentary format, with illustrations and applications selected from his sermons and writings.

Studies in Faithful Living: Patriarchs Collection

Regularly $39.95—get it for $31.95

Discover new meaning in the lives of the patriarchs. Answer the questions you’ve never thought to ask. Learn new ways to apply the patriarchs’ stories in your life. This collection helps your entire church dig deeper into the lives of the founders of our faith. It has everything you need for personal study, and it’s best used in conjunction with the complete church curriculum.

These deals expire at midnight (Pacific Time). Check out the full list, and pick up your favorites right now!

Join Us for the National Camp Logos in Bellingham

CAMP LOGOSThe National Camp Logos is rapidly approaching! From June 25 through June 27, join us in our hometown of Bellingham, WA, for extended training, tours of the Logos headquarters, facetime with Logos leadership, and fellowship with other Logos users.

The National Camp Logos is extra helpful: we present both Camp Logos 1 and Camp Logos 2 back to back, allowing you to pack as much learning into three days as possible.

Your registration includes:

  • Camps 1 and 2
  • Catered breakfasts and lunches for three days
  • Tours of the Logos headquarters
  • Q&A sessions with Logos leadership

You’ll receive practical training on:

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

Plus, the beautiful Pacific Northwest is the perfect place for a getaway, and June is a great time to sightsee, hike, take a ferry to nearby islands, and enjoy stunning views of the mountains.

Check out the details, and register for Camp Logos in Bellingham, WA today!

P.S. If you’d like to register for Camps 1 or 2 individually, you can pick just the one you’re interested in.

Get 89% Off the Pre-Summer Pack—and Then Get Even More Deals!

pre-summer packThough the official beginning of summer is still about a month away, for many, Memorial Day weekend represents the real start to the season. It means spending time with family, grilling, and soaking up some sun.

It also means preparing your summer reading list. Logos is here to help with special limited-time savings on some awesome resources!

The best deal: the Pre-Summer Pack

The Pre-Summer Pack retails at $1,382.54, but right now, you can get it for 89% off—that’s more than $1,232 in total savings!1

At a little more than $2 per book, this variety pack is the perfect way to get the titles you’ve been wanting—and then some! The limited-time Pre-Summer Pack gives you resources from a wide variety of top scholars and authors, including A.W. Pink, I. Howard Marshall, R.A. Torrey, and others. With everything from biblical study guides to expositions to topical studies, it’s jam-packed with helpful resources for study and research.

For only $149.95, you can round out your library with an enormous bundle that, at any other time, would cost you over $1,382. And if you already have some of these resources, you’ll get a custom ownership discount—this means potential savings on top of the 89%+ you’re already taking off!

This deal won’t be around for long. Don’t miss out—get it today!

memorial day saleThen choose from even more deals this Memorial Day weekend

We also have a selection of resources on sale through Monday only:

These aren’t all the products on sale this weekend—check out the full list, and be sure to pick up your favorites while you still can!

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Pre-order the Dictionary of Classical Hebrew for $50 Off!

the-dictionary-of-classical-hebrewFor a limited time, you can pre-order The Dictionary of Classical Hebrew for $50 off!

Most Hebrew dictionaries cover only biblical Hebrew. The Dictionary of Classical Hebrew, on the other hand, covers not only the biblical texts but also Ben Sira, the Dead Sea Scrolls, and the Hebrew inscriptions. All told, it lists, analyzes, and translates every occurrence of every Hebrew word from the earliest Hebrew texts through 200 AD.

The print edition is worth $1,200, but the (richer, more useful) Logos edition is listed at just $299.95. And right now, you can save $50 more!

Here’s what people have to say about it:

“Sheffield is to be congratulated on a remarkable achievement. Volume one proves beyond doubt that The Dictionary of Classical Hebrew is going to combine the strengths of the Gesenius-BDB tradition—thoroughness, comprehensiveness, meticulous ‘old-fashioned’ textual scholarship—with impeccable twentieth-century linguistic theory.” 
—J.F.A. Sawyer, Society for Old Testament Study Book List

“If there is anything sensational about the contemporary study of ancient Hebrew, then one must say: it is in book form, and the book is called the Sheffield Dictionary of Classical Hebrew. Absolutely indispensable!”
—Bernhard Lang, editor, Internationale Zeitschrift für Bibelwissenschaft und Grenzgebiete

At a fraction of the print price, this is one Pre-Pub you won’t want to miss! Pre-order The Dictionary of Classical Hebrew today for $50 off.

How Logos 5 Helps You Study like an Expert

Take your Bible study to the next levelI’ve noticed something interesting about experts. They’re usually most interested not in already knowing, but in being able to learn.

An example: At LogosTalk, we write and edit using a modified version of the Chicago Manual of Style, which is more than a thousand pages long. When I was getting into the field, I asked a veteran editor how on earth she remembered the whole thing. She explained that she didn’t—she was just really good at finding what she needed. It came down to 1.) having access to all that information and 2.) being able to navigate it quickly and accurately.

It’s the same with experts in lots of other fields. Translators don’t need to memorize every last word in the original language; they need to know the language overall (its syntax, its standard reference works) well enough to learn what new words mean. Software developers don’t need to know how to solve every single problem ahead of time; they need to understand new problems well enough to look for solutions, and they need to know where and how to look. The important thing isn’t knowing everything off the top of your head—it’s being smart and resourceful enough to find useful answers fast.

Logos 5 helps you learn

Last week, we discussed why a large library is so valuable: interconnected by Logos’ tagging and datasets, it constitutes a network that’s far richer than any standalone volume. The cool part is that Logos 5 doesn’t just change what you study—it changes how you study, too. Logos 5 sets you up to learn more, faster.

We’ve seen that the two key criteria to really high-level learning are 1.) how much information you have access to and 2.) how confidently and precisely you can navigate it. Logos 5 base packages address the first criterion through their wealth of resources. The largest base package, Portfolio, gives you more than 2,500 resources from experts in their field—that’s a treasure chest of potential knowledge, more books than you would read in decades’ worth of formal education. (You can browse the contents of all the base packages at Logos.com/Upgrade.) And the second? Logos 5 sets you up with study tools like the Timeline, Clause Search, Bible Facts, and the Bible Sense Lexicon, which connect you to context, precise search results, original-language nuance, and far more. You don’t have to sit down and read every book in your library—thanks to Logos’ tools, you can find useful new answers exactly when you need them.

Logos 5 gives you an enormous biblical and theological library. It gives you the means to find fast, accurate answers. It equips you to study like an expert.

Get Logos 5 at the best price

Right now, during the Logos 5 upgrade sale, you can save on Logos 5 in three ways:

  1. Bundling discounts: Base packages are already a superb deal—because they bundle so many resources, they let you build a library that would cost far, far more in print. (The print equivalent of Portfolio, for example, would cost around $78,000!)
  2. Dynamic Pricing: Logos.com looks at your current library and gives you a custom discount based on what you already own. Let’s say you own a commentary included in your new base package—you’ll get a lower price, because you’re only paying for the books that are new to you.
  3. Special upgrade discount: For a limited time, the upgrade sale gives you an extra way to save. Like Dynamic Pricing, this discount is based on what you already own; unlike Dynamic Pricing, it takes your whole library (tools, datasets) into account, not just your books. If you’re upgrading from Logos 5 Starter to Logos 5 Gold, for example, you’ll get a personalized upgrade discount—one in addition to what you’re saving with bundling discounts and Dynamic Pricing.

The upgrade sale won’t last forever, though—if you’re still on the fence, now’s the time to upgrade.

Get equipped to learn more, faster. Take advantage of all three discounts before the upgrade sale ends. See your custom upgrade discount right now!

 
P.S. Budgeting doesn’t have to hold you back from getting the library you really want. If you’d rather spread out the payments in easy-to-manage chunks—interest-free!—look into a simple payment plan. Why not lock in your upgrade savings while you can, make budgeting a little easier, and start exploring your new library today?

We’ve already calculated your custom upgrade discount: take a look at Logos.com/Upgrade.

Save 24% on the Zondervan Textbook Bundle

zondervan-textbook-bundleFor just a few more days, the Zondervan Textbook Bundle is on Pre-Pub for 24% off. Pre-order it before it ships to get the best price!

Whether you’re a professor, a pastor, a student, or a Christian looking to expand your theological toolkit, these texts give you introductory access to college-level curricula. Discover the latest texts to use in your coursework, find better ways to communicate and simplify complex theologies, or gain a better understanding of your favorite discipline. The Zondervan Textbook Bundle puts some of the best biblical scholarship at your fingertips.

Get the best price on widely used theological texts

The Zondervan Textbook Bundle provides everything a first- or second-year Bible college student needs in the course of their studies. Spanning Christian history, philosophy, ethics, New and Old Testament studies, and spiritual formation, these works have helped set the standard in their respective fields. You’ll get:

Together, these resources add a valuable layer to your Logos library: introductory texts like these serve as a bridge between general knowledge and highly academic scholarship. Grab these books to enhance your ability to understand and communicate theological principles.

Get 24% off the Zondervan Textbook Bundle today!

Get $200 Off the Evangelical Exegetical Commentary Series!

evangelical-exegetical-commentaryTime is running out on the Lexham Press sale—you have less than a week to take advantage of big discounts on all our resources!

One of the very best deals is on the Evangelical Exegetical Commentary (EEC): right now, you can save $200 on the full 44-volume collection.* That’s a huge amount off one of our biggest and best resources.

These commentaries are built digital-first, so it can be hard to imagine just how big an individual EEC volume might be. Well, we just received a typeset proof of EEC: James, and this single volume is thick! We snapped this photo in our Bellingham office just to give you a glimpse of what a physical copy looks like:

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What sets the EEC apart, though, isn’t the quantity of material—it’s the quality. Each volume incorporates the latest critical biblical scholarship and looks at application and devotional implications.

Two ways to save

To get the biggest savings on this respected series, you’ll want to go with the full 44-volume collection. Since you can save $200 during the Lexham Press sale, the per-volume cost is just $19! As new volumes are released, they’ll automatically download into your library—no need to check back for new volumes.

We’ve also set up a new 7-volume collection that includes all the currently released volumes. If you’ve already purchased any of the EEC’s individual volumes, thanks to Dynamic Pricing, you won’t pay for the same book twice. Unlike with the full collection, though, you’ll have to purchase new volumes one by one as they’re released.

Don’t wait—the price goes up in just a week. Get the entire set now and save!

*Total savings may vary depending on your Dynamic Pricing discount.

4 Bible-Focused Series You Should Know About

the-expository-thoughts-of-jc-ryleDid you know that Logos offers more than 40,000 books in our format, over 1,000 of them commentaries? Shopping Logos.com could get overwhelming, but we’re here to help you find the resources that best meet your needs. Here are four series we’ve recently updated:

1. Expository Thoughts of J.C. Ryle

Regularly $79.95—get it for $39.95 (50% off!) with coupon code EXPOSITORYRYLE

Looking for a classic, verse-by-verse commentary on the four Gospels? J.C. Ryle’s wise, pastoral commentary meets you where you’re at. It reads like a devotional—Oswald Chambers, perhaps, except in commentary form—but it sets you up to go deeper with cross-references and thoughtful theological interpretation.

2. Dr. Grant Richison’s Verse by Verse Commentary

Regularly $99.95—get it for $84.95 with coupon code VRSBYVRS

Verse by Verse is an introductory-level commentary on 19 books of the Bible, with practical lessons and in-depth background information on each and every verse. Every passage in God’s Word can be lived out by those who read and study it closely, and every student of the Word can get started with this approachable, comprehensive commentary.

exploring-the-old-and-new-testaments3. Exploring the Old and New Testaments

Regularly $114.95—get it for $97.95 with coupon code EXPLOREOTNT

SPCK’s Exploring the Old and New Testaments series brings you a closer look at every book of the Bible, and now it offers the newest editions of the New Testament volumes. Ideal for students and lifelong learners, these textbooks reveal the Bible’s cultural and historical background and provide questions for literary, theological, and structural discussion.

4. What the Bible Says Series

Regularly $185.95—get it for $149.95 with coupon code WHATBIBLESAYS

This recently expanded series addresses some of the biggest questions Christians face. What exactly does the Bible say about the afterlife? Or the church? Or suffering? The series sets you up to get the biblical answers you need and share them with your community.

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Looking for even bigger savings? If you’ve picked up individual volumes in any of these collections, you’ve already earned a Dynamic Pricing discount. Sign in to Logos.com and check out the product pages to see your savings. And remember—you can make payments even easier with an interest-free payment plan.

Pick out your favorites today!

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