Let the Logos March Madness Commence!

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The clash of the titans starts today! For the next 30 days, 64 theological all-stars will face off in an epic contest for your votes. For each author matchup, pick your favorite and rally your friends to vote your champions through. From scrappy challengers like A.W. Tozer and R.C. Sproul to heavyweights Augustine, Calvin, and Spurgeon, there are plenty of authors to root for. Check out all the matchups now and start voting!

To the victor go the spoils

Regardless of who’s victorious when the bell rings, the real winner is you. Authors with the most votes advance to the next round, and the longer they last, the deeper the discounts on their selected works. Discounts start at 30% and increase each round until the championship, when the works of the wreath-bearer are a whopping 70% off. As in any contest, there are runners-up, but don’t despair if your favorites don’t make it. The works of the eliminated authors go on sale immediately after the rounds end—so you can start saving while the battle rages on.

Here’s when each round will take place. (All rounds end at 3:00 p.m. (PST), and the next round will begin within two hours.)

  • Round 1: March 2–8
  • Round 2: March 8–14
  • Round 3: March 14–18
  • Round 4: March 18–22
  • Round 5: March 22–25
  • Championship round: March 25–31

So it begins . . .

The matches are set. The ring is ready. Who will land a knockout? Who will bounce back from the ropes in an upset? And who will be crowned the 2016 Champion?

It’s up to you.

Logos March Madness is a rollicking good time, but we need your votes to make it happen.

Cheer on your favorite authors and score deep discounts on their works—vote today!

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We’ve handpicked the best works from these 64 contenders, and for the first time ever, Logos Mobile Education courses will be included in the discount-eligible titles. That means you have the chance to save up to 70% on seminary-level video courses from contenders Bock, Chappell, Fitzpatrick, Evans, Heiser, Longman, Witherington, or Walton. Why wait? Start voting!

 

 

Comments

  1. I hope they put Darrell Bock’s larger Baker commentary on Luke in the mix. One of the best commentaries out there.