Get December’s Discounts before They’re Gone

december-monthly-sale-bannerJust in time for the holidays, we have special deals running all December long, and you won’t want to miss a single one!

Study the Messiah’s Old Testament beginnings, see Scripture through the eyes of the Apostolic fathers, and discover the love of God with these three exciting resources:

The Prophecy of Isaiah

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The book of Isaiah is replete with messianic imagery, much of which is lost to the casual reader. With this exciting, single-volume commentary, J. Alec Motyer takes you on an in-depth tour of the book and its three recurring themes: the messianic hope, the motif of the city, and the Holy One of Israel.

biblical-exegesis-in-the-apostolic-periodBiblical Exegesis in the Apostolic Period

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This acclaimed second edition provides an in-depth look into the nuance of first-century Judaism and its impact on New Testament interpretation. Richard Longenecker provides the reader with detailed analysis of the Christian faith’s Judaic roots while explaining the differences between Christianity and Judaism. With new findings and research, this essential volume is one you won’t want to miss.

D.A. Carson “Love of God” Collection (3 vols.)

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“We love because he first loved us” (1 John 4:19). But what is the nature of that love? In his signature work, The Difficult Doctrine of the Love of God, D.A. Carson takes an in-depth look at the problems surrounding God’s love, including God’s relationship to unbelievers, God’s wrath, and his sovereignty. Additionally, this bundle includes the two-volume devotional For the Love of God, a 365-day plan that takes readers through edifying comments and somber reflections.

These are just a few great titles on sale—be sure to check out the rest of this month’s discounted products!

Comments

  1. Supposedly I own 7114 Resources So My Friends Where Are They?
    I'm ONLY seeing 6,776 in the actual Library. Ok thanks much.

    • Hamilton Ramos says:

      Good morning and God bless you all.

      I am no expert, but I had similar concerns, I saw somewhere posted that even though the interlinears are available from within the particular Bibles, they do not show as separate resources.

      But from the program point of view, they are different. I think there are other instances like that: sometimes collected works include in 1 resource, all 3 volumes.

      Out of curiosity, how do you keep track of the number of resources?, in Logos 5,
      I made screen shots when the updated resources list appeared, but I do not count them to see if they are the amount said.

      Hope this helps.

      • Don Schuman says:

        You don’t have to manually count the books in your library. Logos does that for you. Click Library. At the right of the search box, Logos shows a count next to the magnifying glass.

  2. Blessed to see Logos and its wonderful modules!