Get Dozens of Acclaimed Monographs for Just $9.99 Each!

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Now through February 1, save on over 200 select volumes from three of our most popular collections: The New American Commentary Series, the Anchor Yale Bible, and The Library of New Testament Studies (LNTS). Included in these volumes are some of the most important theological and biblical works out there—and for a limited time you can add them to your library at a fraction of the cost.

Library of New Testament Studies

Having a solid selection of monographs in your Logos library is a great way to ensure access to relevant scholarship when you’re studying a biblical passage. Featuring scholarship by Lynn Cohick, Craig Evans, Stanley Porter, D.A. Carson, and many others, LNTS volumes are perfect for tackling specialized issues in biblical studies. Right now, individual volumes from this series are just $9.99 each!

All the many and diverse aspects of New Testament study are represented, including innovative work from historical perspectives, studies using social-scientific and literary theory, theological, cultural and contextual approaches. Whether you’re studying the historical context of Mark’s Gospel, grappling with Paul’s rhetorical techniques, or diving deep into some other issue in a book or passage, LNTS volumes will give you the insight you need to arrive at sound conclusions.

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The Library of New Testament Studies . . .

  • Delivers top-end studies on New Testament critical and theological discussions
  • Elucidates specific issues, passages, and interpretative approaches to various New Testament texts
  • Includes scholarship by Lynn Cohick, Craig Evans, Stanley Porter, D.A. Carson, and more


Don’t miss your chance to get individual volumes from this acclaimed series for just $9.99 each! This sale ends on February 1. Start shopping for LNTS volumes, or explore all deals in the Biblical Studies Sale now!


  1. Terry Lee Lewis says

    Does Logos offer a seminar type program for beginners within a classroom setting.
    Initially this is overwhelming.