Only a Few Days Left to Save 20% on Logos 8 Packages and More

This year’s back to school lineup gives you great deals to help you build the Logos Library of your dreams, but these savings are ending soon! 

Here’s what you’ll miss if you don’t snag these deals before 11:59 p.m. on September 20: [Read more…]

What’s Unique about the Word Biblical Commentary Series—Now on Sale

The respected Word Biblical Commentary (WBC) series (61 vols.) is 40% off this month. It’s one of the most comprehensive and well-loved series, and when you look at the whole series, it’s easy to see why.

What sets the WBC series apart

If you’re wondering what the Word Biblical Commentary series could possibly add to your collection, let’s start with the numbers: [Read more…]

Learning Logos: How to Print or Export Filtered Bible Text

The recent Logos 8.7 update contained a lot of exciting new features. I certainly hope you’re discovering and enjoying them.

Today’s blog focuses on one that’s almost hidden, but nonetheless can assist us as we’re working with specific Bible verses. Succinctly stated, we can now print or export filtered Bible text. [Read more…]

3 Tips for Cataloging Your Sermons


I recently guest-taught a four-part series. Given a short turnaround time and other commitments, I needed to draw from past sermons. 

The problem? My sermons were everywhere. 

Some were hiding in the deep recesses of my external hard drive. Others were lodged in my Sent folder. One never even made it there—I found it as a half-finished draft that I must’ve printed and finished on paper.  [Read more…]

5 Fascinating Highlights from September’s Monthly Sale

September’s monthly sale features unique biblical studies, Church history, and theology resources—at up to 40% off

Here are some highlights: [Read more…]

The One Thing You Can’t Get More of—and Why It Matters for Knowing Christ

This post is adapted from In Season and Out: Sermons for the Christian Year by David A. deSilva.

Paul, of course, was not just a seeker of Christ on Sundays. His passion for knowing Christ Jesus spilled all over his calendar. Granted, Paul was a bit of a fanatic when it came to knowing Jesus and making Jesus known, but nevertheless, let’s allow his example to challenge us.  [Read more…]

Why Your Genesis Commentaries Might Be Like 8-Track Tapes

This post has been adapted from The Bible Unfiltered by Dr Michael S. Heiser.

We’ve all heard the old saying that certain things get better with age—wine, cheese, common sense. Anyone who’s watched Antiques Roadshow also knows that the longer you have something that there’s a demand for—real estate, investments, fine art, a popular car—the more value it will accrue. Unfortunately, the reverse is true for many of the most popular tools for biblical study. They’re often more like tech gear—they get worse with age and sometimes become totally obsolete. [Read more…]

Learning Logos: How to Enable Match Case and All Word Forms at the Same Time

The recent Logos 8.7 update contained a small, but potentially important tweak to the software that I want to make sure you’re aware of. In a Basic or Bible Search, we can now enable match case and match all word forms at the same time! [Read more…]

All the Ways You Can Save on Logos.com Right Now

Whether you’re looking for resources to round out your theological library, multiply your preaching aids, or beef up your studies, Logos.com has you covered right now!

Check out these ways to save big this week: [Read more…]

Why the Mystery of Our Faith Demands Understanding

By K. Scott Oliphint, adapted from The Majesty of Mystery: Celebrating the Glory of an Incomprehensible God

When it comes to biblical mysteries, the temptation that most Christians face is . . . to favor our own thinking, to trust our own minds. If we do this, however, we exclude the rich mysteries of the Christian faith. [Read more…]