Start 2015 Off with a Bang!

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Happy New Year! Start 2015 off right with devotionals, commentaries, and more.

Go back to the beginning with two brand-new commentary collections on Genesis and John. These collections include more than 100 volumes of commentaries on these well-loved books of the Bible. Here are just some of the commentaries available in these collections:

  • New American Commentary
  • International Critical Commentary
  • College Press NIV Commentary
  • Pillar New Testament Commentary
  • Cornerstone Biblical Commentary

Take your education to the next level

Advance your theological education in 2015 with Logos Mobile Education. The new commentary collections available during the New Year’s sale pair perfectly with the discounted Mobile Ed courses. With courses like OT 301 Origins of Genesis 1–3, the Bible and Doctrine Foundations Bundle, and BI 201 The Story of the Bible, you can start learning now from renowned professors like Dr. Mark Futato, Dr. John Walton, and Dr. Lynn Cohick—all at your own pace.

Don’t miss the opportunity to get 15% off these courses and take your education to the next level.

Stay on track with your reading

Don’t forget to pick up a devotional or two, like Tozer on the Almighty God or A Godward Life, and set up a reading plan in Logos 6 for the new year. Read the entire Bible by setting up a custom 90-day reading plan. If you start the reading plan now, you can finish the whole Bible just in time for Easter!

All of these resources are enhanced by the power of Logos 6, making them searchable and allowing you to pinpoint answers in seconds, so if you don’t already own it take the opportunity to pick it up before the introductory offer disappears.

Get the year started with a bang—shop the New Year’s sale now!

Comments

  1. Francis Rouvinez says:

    It is great to see a collection on John that includes good commentaries and monographs. But I am not sure that those who are interested in up to date academic titles also are in so many oldies. The whole thing works out to be quite expensive and so prohibitive. Perhaps it would be good if there was an academic package (that does not have all the oldies) and a classics package (for those who want those) as well as this package (for who might want it all perhaps at a better price overall).