See What’s Happening on the New Product Page

Today’s guest post is by Robert Campbell, from the Logos Bible Software marketing team.

As a bibliophile, I couldn’t ask for a more suitable job than working for Logos. I’m surrounded by books, I get to write about books, and I talk about books for 90% of my day (the other 10% is divided between HTML and coffee). I get to be a part of a process which makes Christian books easily accessible to a large number of people, and that’s pretty cool.

One of the things I do at Logos is making books, books you’ve asked for, available for individual download. If you haven’t visited the New Products page lately, you haven’t seen the hundreds of books we’ve listed after breaking up collections. While purchasing collections gets you a better deal, more books for the buck, sometimes individual titles out of those collections are what you really need.

As the number of books Logos offers grows, so does their diversity and range:

In the last few days, we have posted systematic theologies, scholarly commentaries, pastoral helps. Books on biblical archeology, astronomy in the Bible, church history, and much, much more. If you are a book lover like me, you’ll find it’s a book lover’s dream. So check out the New Products page, and check it often—we are constantly adding resources!


  1. John Thomas Fuhler says

    Dear Logos staff,
    If you have any idea, can you tell me when the Babylonian Talmud will be released? I’m waiting with bated breath!

  2. Steve Maling says

    It’s always good news to learn that individual volumes from another commentary set have become available. NOW, if only the Anchor and Hermeneia publishers would let Logos sell individual volumes . . . . Maybe some day:-)
    Thanks for all you all do there in Bellingham and Scotland and South Africa!

  3. Is there a way to create a New Products RSS feed? I subscribe to your PrePub and CP RSS Feeds, and one of these would be excellent!

  4. Will Jay E. Adams ever be broken up from the Biblical Counseling Collection(30 Vols.)?
    This is one of the most asked for request in the forum, still no joy.Could we have Jay Adams as an individual download? Thanks.

  5. Nathan,
    You can use Google Reader to subscribe to any page which is a nice help. We are working on a ground up website rebuild and we will probably create a feed for new products when that is rolled out.