We’re introducing a regular feature on the Logos blog which will alert you to some of the significant things you may have missed. The Weekly Roundup is the perfect opportunity to get up on Saturday morning, grab a cup of coffee, and check out some of the things that may have fallen through the cracks during your busy week. Here’s the Roundup for the week of July 18–22, 2011.
- Logos 4: Windows and Tiles and Tabs. . .Oh My!
- 5 Ways Logos Is Helping You Do Better Bible Study
- 3 New Scripture Sharing Plugins from Biblia.com
- Digging Deeper into the Lives of Historical Figures
- Collins Bible Companion Wins Award for Best Reference Book
- $100 Off Any Android Tablet
- Those Other Tools May Be More Powerful Than You Realize
- Suggestions: Shepherding a Child’s Heart—The Suggestions Forum will let you see what resources people are suggesting and allow you to suggest resources of your own. If there are books you’d love to see in Logos 4, make sure you avail yourself of this great forum to make your voice heard (and build a case for your resource with other users)!
- True or False: Being able to search thousands of books this quickly is one of your top 3 reasons for using Logos
- The Eerdmans Dictionary of Early Judaism
- Paul’s Letter to the Philippians: A Socio-Rhetorical Commentary
- The Didache
Last Chance Pre-Pubs
These are Pre-Pubs shipping next week. Don’t miss your last chance to get these at their amazing Pre-Pub prices!
- Studies in the Dead Sea Scrolls and Related Literature Series (11 vols.)
- The Meaning of Jesus by N. T. Wright and Marcus J. Borg
- Clarence Larkin Collection (6 vols.)
- The Major Works of Justin Martyr in Greek (3 vols.)
- Clear Study Series (5 vols.)
New Community Pricing Titles
- The Lives of the Popes in the Early Middle Ages (19 vols.)
- The History of the Popes from the Close of the Middle Ages (40 vols.)
The Dictionary of the Apostolic Church (2 vols.) is about to cross over! Make sure to get in on this great bargain!
Bible Study Magazine Reviews
Was there anything else that you found interesting this week? Leave us a comment and let us know!