The Best Way to Build a Solid Reformed Library

Build a solid reformed libraryWhether you already own a base package or not, if you have an interest in the Reformed tradition there’s no better way to build a Reformed library than with a Logos 6 base package. The Reformed packages contain great resources that are not found in any other packages.

The Reformed base packages are the only ones to include landmark systematic theologies like those from Muller, Bavinck and Vos. Looking for the collected writings of B.B. Warfield, Charles Hodge, Charles Spurgeon, Augustus Toplady, Thomas Boston, A.W. Pink and much more? Look no further. Plus, Reformed base packages include hundreds of commentaries, pastoral resources, and reference works like the Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary.

But what if you already own a base package? Reformed base packages provide a massive influx of Reformed resources into your current library! Because base packages are offered at such an amazing discount, they’re always the best way to build your library. Combining this discount with Dynamic Pricing means that you won’t be charged for any of the books you already own and you’ll still get the fantastic base package discount on the new books.

A full range of choices

The Reformed base packages range from Starter to Portfolio. Each level adds unique and valuable resources to the lineup.

  • Starter offers 165 resources including The Select Works of Jonathan Edwards and Hodge’s Systematic Theology.
  • Bronze contains 387 resources and includes the Opening Up Commentary (37 volumes), Calvin’s Commentaries (46 volumes), and the abridged TDNT.
  • Silver adds the excellent Focus on the Bible Commentary set and the Abraham Kuyper Collection.  
  • Gold includes the Pillar New Testament Commentary, Barth’s Church Dogmatics, and Berkouwer’s Studies in Dogmatics.
  • Platinum adds The Evangelical Press Commentary, the B.B. Warfield Collection, and Bavinck’s Dogmatics.
  • Diamond adds the New International Greek Testament Commentary and the Complete Works of Cornelius Van Til.
  • Portfolio contains nearly 3000 total resources worth over $50,000 including the ICC NT, Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary, and the Continental Commentary Series.

If the authors and resources listed above interest you, there’s no better way to add them to your library than with a Reformed base package. Get one before August 31 and you’ll save 15%

Comments

  1. Raymon Timmermans says:

    I don’t think Dr. Muller would agree with you that his Post-Reformation Reformed Dogmatics is properly called a systematic theology. It is a historical analysis of Reformed dogmatics in the post-reformation era.