Have You Heard about Logos’ New Membership Program?

BlogImage_620x325We’ve revamped Logos Now, transforming it into a brand new membership program with more to offer than ever before! With members-only offers on Lexham Press, Kirkdale Press, Mobile Ed, and more, a Logos Now membership pays for itself. Right now you can start saving on works like St. Andrew’s Expositional Commentary Series (5 vols.), The Bible Exposition Commentary by Warren Wiersbe, and NT 305: New Testament Theology.

Get every feature…ever!

For the first time, a Logos Now membership gives you access to every single Logos 6 feature. That means that no matter what version of Logos you own—or even if you don’t own a base package at all—when you join Logos Now, you become fully up to date with every feature available in Logos 6.

With a Logos Now membership you also get early access to Logos 7 features. And every six weeks, we’ll send you the newly-minted features so you can deepen your Bible study without having to wait for the complete release of the newest version of Logos.

It gets even better—Logos Now members also get exclusive access to certain features that are only available with a subscription, such as Lemma in Passage and Discourse Datasets & Visual Filters. See all the early-release and subscription-only features available to Logos Now members.

Try before you buy

Logos Now members also receive full-access previews to select resources. Try them out in your Bible study for a month, then use an exclusive discount to keep the ones you like. It’s a great way to experience new resources without ever opening your wallet. Curious about what has been offered in the past? Check out all the preview resources Logos Now members have enjoyed.

Take a seminary-level course for free

For the first time, Logos Now members can access select Mobile Ed content at no extra cost! Learn from top scholars on some of the most important biblical topics today. Currently, Now members can take NT156 The Significance of the Resurrection, featuring Douglas Moo, Craig Evans, and Ben Witherington III. Start your membership today, and take this course valued at $69.99 at no additional cost.

Strengthen your presentation with free media

Logos Now members can use exclusive media that is only available through subscription. Enjoy over 6,000 pieces of premium still and motion media. This includes slides for your presentations, photographs to deepen your understanding of the Bible, verse animations, and more.

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Join thousands of others who are already enjoying Logos Now membership benefits—get started today for only $89.99 a year.

Comments

  1. Scot Tomlinson says:

    I have read this post a number of times and still haven’t been able to wrap my head around Logos Membership and Logos 7. Aside from the fact I’m still learning Logos 6 (and really don’t want to think about trying to afford Logos 7) I don’t understand the implication of Logos Membership and 7.
    If I have a membership when 7 rolls out, will I already have all those features? If so, do I have to purchase 7? If I do purchase 7 what, exactly, will I be getting if I already have the features?
    The idea of an annual membership AND buying Logos 7 seems like too much. I hope I am missing something.

    • Holly Marr says:

      To answer your first question, yes! Those who have a membership when Logos 7 is released will automatically be updated to Logos 7—they’ll have all the features they already had, plus the brand-new features that we’re keeping under wraps until release :) On the day that Logos 7 releases, Now members will have a few choices:
      1. Get a Logos 7 library: we’re rebuilding the libraries from the ground up, and a purchase of a Logos 7 library will enhance any existing library already owned—Dynamically Priced of course. (Plus, Now members will get an exclusive additional discount on a new library!)
      2. Get a Logos 7 Base Package: while this purchase wouldn’t increase or enhance the Now member’s features (they’ll already have them, plus more) there are some users who also like to own their software. This will be the least-expensive way for Now members to increase their library and gain ownership of the Logos 7 Core feature set, if ownership is valuable to them.
      3. Do nothing! When we release Logos 7, Now members will be instantly up-to-date with the newest features. And if they already own a library, then they’ll be able to jump right in and start using Logos 7 on day one.

      The Logos Now membership really is an incredible bargain, since Now members will have Logos 7 on release day, plus new features every six weeks, PLUS access to the subscription-only features. So the question of buying a Logos 7 base package or becoming a Now member is simply a matter of preference: whether a user prefer to subscribe to the software, or own it. (Either way, you’ll always own your books!) I hope I’ve answered your questions, please let me know if you have any more!

      • Scot Tomlinson says:

        Thank you Holly. That helped a great deal.

      • I was going to buy this – expect for the auto renew feature. Sure a lot of companies do it – hoping people will forget, and buy it over and over.

        Charge a few dollars more and give an opt out.

        • Holly Marr says:

          Okay, sorry to hear it wasn’t right for your needs. For what it’s worth, I believe opt-out is possible once the membership begins; users need only visit logos.com/accounts/subscriptions to manage their subscriptions and membership. But if you’re happy with what you have, then we’re happy!

          • Garnett Gregory says:

            “For what it’s worth, I believe opt-out is possible once the membership begins; users need only visit logos.com/account/subscriptions to manage their subscriptions and membership.” – Holly

            Frankly, that’s not worth very much if you are wrong. It sounds like “If you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor.” That didn’t turn out to be true. Can you opt out or not? Thank you for answering.

          • Tyler Smith says:

            Garnett,

            You can cancel your membership by calling our Customer Service department at (800) 875-6467. You will be refunded as long as you cancel within the 30-day return period. Once past the 30-day return period, your membership is non-refundable and you will continue to have full access to all member benefits until the end of the annual membership term.

            Hope that helps,

            Tyler Smith

    • LOGOS has the most confusing information about the product of anyone in the world. A bunch of tech focused people. They need to learn the principle of KISS. And often if you speak to one of their customer service person its only more confusing. I like the product – but its clear they always want more money.

      • Tyler Smith says:

        Hi, Jerry. Sorry you’ve had a bad experience. I’ve emailed you at the address you provided with your comment. Let me know if you have any specific questions and I’ll be happy to help.

        Best,

        Tyler

      • Randy Baker says:

        I don’t get the sense that techies are creating the plans, it feels more like sales teams trying to maximize their sales potential by squeezing the customer into their product offerings.

        I have subscribed to the membership plan to try for a year.

        Most software that I pay annual fees for allows for upgrades of the software during the maintenance period. If you don’t renew, you don’t have to revert to the version you started with at the beginning of the maintenance period.

        As a Bible College student, I need to watch my funds carefully. I purchased the Platinum edition to start my education, but I don’t have hundred’s of dollars to save a thousand on resources that I may never use. What Logos texts that I have found that are used in my courses are more expensive than purchasing them in print at the Christian Bookstore.

        I am hoping Logos 7 will be even more helpful than Logos 6, but I am also hoping in future an economical upgrade is offered in an obvious way in future upgrade offerings.

  2. Leslie Wright says:

    Like the former speaker I hope that the day does not come when I am forced to invest more money into Logos. I really enjoy Logos and all that it offers, But I already have more books than I can possibly read and I am still learning all of the features on Logos 6. I do not have the entire package with all of the bells and whistles, but I have invested a considerable amount of my budget into it.

    • Holly Marr says:

      Glad you’re enjoying Logos! We’re excited about the ability to provide ownership and subscription options to our customers, and we’re really excited that we get to offer so many additional perks with Logos Now. But if you’re happy with what you have right now, so are we!

  3. Question: If I do the subscription option, and then decide six months after Logos 7 is released to opt out of the subscription route, does my version of Logos revert back to Logos 6, or do I retain the same version at the time of leaving???

    • Tyler Smith says:

      Hi, Sam.

      Great question. You maintain access to the features included with a Logos Now membership for as long as you are a member. If you cancel your membership, you lose access to the features you accessed as part of Logos Now, but will always maintain ownership of any features you purchased as part of a base package. In other words, in the scenario described above, you would not “keep” any of the Logos Now features after cancelling your membership, you would only be able to use features that you own.

      Hope that helps. Let me know if you have any further questions.

      -Tyler

      • Jonathan Larsson says:

        Actually, I don’t think that answered the question of whether someone who was upgraded to Logos 7 by virtue of being a subscribing member would be downgraded to Logos 6 if he cancels his membership. Or is that what you meant by “you lose access to the features you accessed as part of Logos Now”?

        And what will be the cost for upgrading to Logos 7 for non-subscribers?

        • Tyler Smith says:

          Jonathan,

          Sorry I wasn’t clear! If you own Logos 6 and are subscribed to Logos Now, you will automatically be updated to Logos 7 at no additional cost when it is released. (In the meanwhile, you’ll enjoy early-release Logos 7 features). However, if you cancel your membership, you will revert back to the features of Logos 6.

          To answer your second question: When Logos 7 launches, Logos Now members will receive an additional 5% off on top of the introductory discounts for Logos 7.

          Please let me know if you have any further questions.

          Best,

          Tyler

  4. Philip Wlson says:

    What is the relationship between a Logos Cloud subscription, which I have, and Logos Now?

    • Tyler Smith says:

      Hi, Phillip.

      It looks like you are subscribed to Logos Cloud Essentials, which only includes a portion of the features available in Logos Now. So, if you were to become a Logos Now member, you’d get every Logos feature available (every feature of Logos 6, early-release Logos 7 features, and some exclusive features). You’d also be able to take advantage of members-only discounts and the other benefits listed at logos.com/now.

      Let me know if I can help you with anything else.

      • Philip Wilson says:

        Tyler, thank you for your reply. Can you let me know the cost difference if I change my subscription. I am a retiree and as I am not doing a PhD in biblical studies don’t really need access to the more sophisticated books. I do use English language commentaries and dictionaries when preparing for teaching sessions I conduct at the church I attend. I would really appreciate it if Logos would consider including access to the IVP Dictionaries as part of the essential or next level package.

        Thanks Philip Wilson

        • Tyler Smith says:

          Phillip,

          You’re on the monthly subscription to Logos Cloud, which adds up to $107/ year. A Logos Now membership is $89.99/year. So, if you were to start your membership today, you’d spend a total of $197/year for your Logos Cloud subscription and a Logos Now membership.

          You mentioned “changing your subscription.” I just wanted to clarify that a Logos Now membership isn’t meant to replace a subscription to Logos Cloud; it’s designed to complement it. Since Logos Cloud includes the commentaries and dictionaries you rely on for teaching sessions, I recommend sticking with Cloud. Logos Now can get you some new features and great deals on additional resources, so that’s a good option for you too, if it’s in your budget. But you won’t get much out of Now if you have it without a subscription to Cloud or a base package.

          And thanks for the tip about the IVP dictionaries! We’ll take it under consideration.

          Please stay in touch if you have any further questions.

          God bless your teaching sessions!

          Tyler

          • Philip Wilson says:

            Tyler,

            Thank you for this information. You have answered my question. I will not be taking up a Logos Now subscription as I have enough hard copy resources on my bookshelves. I will occasionally buy single books as I do at the moment. Logos Cloud essentials is all I require.

            I must add that if Logos had been available in 1974 when I started out in Christian work I would have bought one of the packages.

            Regards

            Philip

  5. Hoyt Roberson says:

    All I have is the core (free) engine. What would a Now membership get me for $90 a year?

    • Tyler Smith says:

      Hi, Hoyt. If you were to become a Logos Now member, you’d get all the features of Logos 6, early-release Logos 7 features, and some exclusive features that are only available with a subscription. That’s in addition to the other benefits you can read about on Logos.com/now.

      In other words, you don’t have to own a base package in order to get something out of Logos Now. However, I would point out that many of the features included with Logos Now really depend on having a library to function properly. If you’ve built your own library of Logos resources, you may get some functionality out of those features, but we usually recommend getting a base package because we build those libraries to help power Logos features.

      I hope that helps. Let me know if you have any other questions and I’ll answer them here.

      -Tyler

  6. Hoyt Roberson says:

    How does Now work with Cloud?

    • Tyler Smith says:

      Hi Hoyt,

      We think Logos Now is a good choice for Logos Cloud subscribers too. Logos Cloud Essentials and Logos Cloud Plus only include a portion of the features included with a membership to Logos Now. So if you subscribe to either one of those Cloud levels, a Logos Now membership will give you access to additional features. You can check out all the features includes with a Logos Now membership logos.com/now-timeline. (I’m hunting down a list of what features are included with the different Cloud subscription levels, and will provide any helpful information here when I find it. Thanks for your patience!)

      Logos Cloud Premium and above contains the same set of features included with a Logos Now membership. However, a Logos Cloud subscription does not include all the other benefits of a Logos Now membership. So even if you have the highest level subscription to Logos Cloud, the additional benefits (and discounts!) with Logos Now could easily make it worth your while. The choice is yours, of course. :)

      Let me know if you have any other questions. I’m happy to help.

      Tyler

  7. Tom Durrance says:

    I have read all the comments and understand the concept of the subscription. My question is on the rebuilding of the libraries. I have Logos 6 and the Platinum level library. What do you mean about rebuilding the libraries, and what kind of cost is associated with upgrading to the platinum level?

    • Tyler Smith says:

      Hi, Tom.

      I think you are referring to my comment that you could “build your own library.” I meant that it is possible to purchase add-on resources/collections and build your library piece by piece. Of course, that can get costly, so I usually recommend a base package.

      Since you have Platinum, that piece of advice doesn’t apply to you. (Let me know if I’ve misunderstood your question.)

      Can you clarify your question, “What kind of cost is associated with upgrading to the platinum level?” Are you asking what the cost for upgrading to Logos 7 Platinum will be for upgraders?

      Let me know!

      Tyler

      • Randy Baker says:

        Like Tom, I too have the Logos Platinum base package along with a number of purchases I have made. I am also a Bible College Student (read tight budget) and have the educational discount.

        How much is the Logos 7 upgrade from Logos 6 going to cost?

        Will a Logos Now Membership benefit existing customers like myself who are busy working towards completing their education?

        • Tyler Smith says:

          Hi, Randy.

          Sorry for the delay in getting back to you. I wanted to wait to answer since you asked your question the day before we launched Logos 7!

          Because of Dynamic Pricing, the cost of upgrading will be different for every customer. However, the cost of a Logos 7 base package is roughly the same as the same level Logos 6 base package. (e.g. the regular price of Logos 7 Gold is about the same as the price for Logos 6 Gold). You can browse base packages at logos.com/basepackages. (Just click on a package to see your Dynamic Price.)

          Re: Logos Now – Have you heard about our academic discount program? Any discounts you get with Logos Now are on top of the discounts included in that program. I encourage you to take a look if you haven’t already.

          Let me know if you have any other questions.

          best,

          Tyler

          • Randy Baker says:

            Thank you for your reply Tyler. I have been on the Academic Discount program for some time now. I did post a comment above where texts for my courses that are offered through Logos are more expensive than purchasing the print edition through the Christian Bookstore. The price difference per text was more than $15.00 for each of the two texts I looked at.

            The low CDN$ against the US$ isn’t helping either.

            For what it is worth, it seems that the Academic Discount is selectively available, or the discount is not identified separately from any other discount.

            I do appreciate the dynamic pricing on the Logos website, and I also like the how resources I own are greyed out.

            What I would really like to see with Logos 8 is the option to just upgrade the software without anything else unless it is essential to the continued function of the product.

            That does not mean I would not be enticed to get in on some more expensive bundles, but I would also not feel railroaded into an expense I would rather reduce or defer.

          • Tyler Smith says:

            Hi, Randy.

            Thanks for your feedback. We really appreciate it.

            FWIW, you can purchase a Logos 7 Full Feature Set on its own. https://www.logos.com/product/120029/logos-7-full-feature-set

  8. Would the Now work on all mobile devices as well?

    • Tyler Smith says:

      Hi, Terry.

      I’m assuming you are asking if the Logos 7 early-release features and subscription-only features are available on our mobile apps. Currently they are not, but some of those features may become available on mobile in the future.

      Thanks!

  9. Ron Burtraw says:

    I am already a Logos Member and I own a Logos 6 package. Do I have to do anything to change my current Logos membership?

    • Holly Marr says:

      Hmm, I’m not sure what you mean by “Logos Member.” Do you mean Logos Now, or do you mean that you have a Logos account? If you mean you’re already a Logos Now member, then no, you don’t need to do anything! You can visit the Logos Now membership page to see your exclusive deals. If you mean that you have a Logos account, then you still don’t have to do anything :); but if you’d like to take advantage of the numerous Logos Now membership benefits, visit logos.com/now to learn more and become a member!

  10. Elizabeth says:

    Where can I easily find the Logos Now for the current month?
    I deleted the email and now cannot find the August features.
    I suggest a button that can be clicked for the member of Logos now on our main screen
    Till then please send the url for the August features list.

  11. John English says:

    I’ve been using Logos since version 2 or 3. I seems that every change has been confusing to me. But when I bought the new versions it has always been wonderful to see all the new features in the newer version. I have more books than I can possibly read if reading was all I did for the rest of my life, but I claim they are for reference use.
    I believe the upgrades have been worthwhile, maybe a little pricey but still very helpful. I’ve been doing the Now thing for a while and I like it – I get to learn new functions as they appear instead of being deluged with stuff all at once. It is very helpful.
    Thanks.

  12. Hello,
    I am new to Logos. So the obvious question is:
    Should I purchase a basepackage (I have the free core installed) OR should I go for the Logos NOW membership because it has all the features of Logos 6 (as in basepackage portfolio or vi??)?
    In advance thank you so much.
    God bless the company and its members with favor beyond thoughts and prayers.

    Kindest regards!

    • Tyler Smith says:

      Hi, Jorma.

      Of course, the choice is up to you! But here’s some information that may help you make your decision. (Sorry for the delay in responding. I wanted to wait until we launched Logos 7 so I could more clearly answer your questions.)

      Either one of the choices you mentioned could work for you. There are a few advantages to each option:

      1. Getting a base package: A Logos base package includes a set of Logos features and a library of books specially tagged to work with those features. Purchasing a base package is a great way to build your library. If you don’t own many Logos books, it is likely a good option for you, since many of the features in Logos 7 rely on books in your library to fully function. Plus, if owning your features and library is important to you, a base package is likely your best option. Purchasing a base package is the most affordable way to get a large number of books.

      2. A Logos Now membership: If you want to selectively build your own library of Logos resources and get all the features of Logos 7 and beyond (plus other exclusive benefits) then a Logos Now membership could fit your needs. It’s also a great choice if you’re price sensitive and aren’t concerned about ownership. (You can join for just $89.99).

      3. Get a Logos 7 Feature Set: Another option you didn’t mention (because it’s new with Logos 7) is purchasing the Logos 7 Full Feature Set. If you’re happy with your current library and really want to own your features (as opposed to accessing them through a subscription with Logos Now) then this is probably a good option for you.

      Jorma, I think the answer to your question probably comes down to the books you own (or don’t own). If you need to build your library, a base package could be a great choice for you. (Many customers purchase a base package and a Logos Now membership.)

      Feel free to reach out to me if you have any further questions.

      Best,

      Tyler

  13. Vanessa Catchings-Ligon says:

    I have decided for now that I need to stop at Logos 6. I have had the software since the Libronix age and have never mastered using the program. I am pretty computer savvy but not a geek and I get the training manuals and there is just so much to learn and remember. Things need to be simplified somehow. Sometimes I just have to buy the print version so that I can read without frustration. Another thought that I’ve had for some time now is we should also be able to create our own packages with a payment plan. I don’t need all of the language lexicons from every author but there are some things I would like to be able to put together into a package that would be most beneficial to me. IJS

  14. Philip isaac says:

    I agree that Logos has provided me with some assistance that I would not term exclusive. I am now on Logos 6 and Logos is not as user friendly as advertised and turns out to be a tad costly because training involves time and money. I use it anyway because I own it and the features are quite good. My question is Would the new and frequent upgrades require hardware upgrades? What kind of storage will be required and would the new features require being connected to the internet 24/7

    • Tyler Smith says:

      Hi, Phillip.

      You can find our current system requirements here.

      There are a few features that require an Internet connection:

      1. Bible Browser (included with a subscription to Logos Now)
      2. Media Tool (included in Logos 7 Bronze and above. Internect connection required to access online media)
      3. Text Comparison Interlinear View (included in Logos 7 Bronze and above)
      4. Lemma in Passage Guide (available with a subscription to Logos Now)

      I hope that helps. Let me know if you have any other questions!

      Best,

      Tyler

  15. I like the concept of Logos Now! It seems that this is the route that all the big software companies are going. Microsoft does something similar with Office 360 and also Adobe have a number of subscription programs for Photoshop and other products. Some of those are expensive but the basics seem to be a good way to go. I bought into both of those programs,
    Because I am not a preacher but part time on a church staff, I cannot afford, or justify, the full libraries. So, I will go with your NOW because it is a good way to keep up with the new features. I don’t feel that I need new content or libraries but I do like some of the new features, including the availability of the PowerPoint graphics. Of course, I will continue to purchase some content.

  16. Dan McDevitt says:

    Honestly, it’s very confusing and seems somewhat like buying a used car. I appreciate all of the work that you guys do but the packages and logos now and the logos cloud make me feel like I am being taken advantage of. I would prefer 2 choices the logos program on my computer or the logos program on the cloud. I understand about the cost and only getting what you want to use but it’s so complicated at this point that it’s hard to figure out what you need and I would almost rather have the books despite the higher cost. Just reading this blog is confusing.

    • Tyler Smith says:

      Dan, I’m sorry to hear this. Is there anyway I can help? If you have specific questions, please leave them here and I’ll do my best to clear things up. Or, feel free to reach me via email at tyler.smith@faithlife.com.

      Best,

      Tyler

  17. Inez Thomas says:

    GM, I am a seminary student, and associate minister at my church. I have invested a lot into Logos 6, and I am still trying to learn how to use it. I am a computer teacher, and I find the operational use of this app very challenging and confusing from time to time. I have had the Logos plan for over four years, and it gets more and more confusing with every upgrade. I also am worried about pricing after spending a bundle for Logos 6. Do I have to purchase the entire program again? Do I lose the Logos 6 feature if I do not upgrade to Logos 7? Will my Logos 6 package still be valid to use for my studies?The membership Now plan is very confusing as I have seen others stated the confusing. What will be the difference in pricing for those that already have Logos six and do we have to purchase Membership Now to enhance the use of Logos 7. There is not enough clarity for the instructions of buying this Great Biblical Program. It is such a great program, and it enhances the study of the Bible so well! Hoping to get clarity!

    • Tyler Smith says:

      Hi, Inez.
      I think I can help.

      I have invested a lot into Logos 6, and I am still trying to learn how to use it.
      Have you heard about our free, 10-day Logos training course? It’s a great way to get up to speed on how to use Logos.

      I also am worried about pricing after spending a bundle for Logos 6. Do I have to purchase the entire program again?
      Nope. You can continue using Logos 6 for as long as you like.

      Do I lose the Logos 6 feature if I do not upgrade to Logos 7?
      No. You won’t lose access to your Logos 6 features if you choose not to upgrade to Logos 7.

      The membership Now plan is very confusing as I have seen others stated the confusing. What will be the difference in pricing for those that already have Logos six . . .
      I’m sorry it’s confusing. I admit I’m not quite clear on what you’re asking, so I’ll answer your question twice!

      Do you mean, “What is the cost of upgrading to Logos 7 for Logos Now members who own a Logos 6 base package?” Logos Now members save an additional 5% on top of the 10% introductory discount on Logos 7.

      Or do you mean, “What is the cost of a Logos Now membership for Logos 6 base package owners?” The regular price of a Logos Now membership (for everybody) is $99.99. For a limited time, you can get $10 off your first year.

      . . .and do we have to purchase Membership Now to enhance the use of Logos 7.
      You do not HAVE to purchase a Logos Now membership. However, yes, doing so will enhance your Logos 7 experience. A Logos Now membership provides additional features only available with a subscription, as well as new features every six weeks. (Not to mention other discounts and special offers).

      I hope that helps. I’m happy to answer any more questions you may have.

      Best,

      Tyler

  18. Dave O'Brien says:

    I bought Logos 1, on floppy disks. in !990. and over the years have upgraded over every new version. You’ve priced yourself out of reach. When I compare your single volume price to print editions I am shocked every time that there isn’t much to make me buy your digitized version. Printing and paper are expensive. Now you bring out a whole new $90 a month revenue stream. I teach in Africa. When I began I recommended Logos, but had to stop years ago. I only hope you don’t go all Microsoft on me and stop supporting existing iterations. I have the platinum, which is the end of the line for me.

    • Tyler Smith says:

      Hi, Dave.

      First of all, thanks so much for your business over the years. Faithful customers like you have made Logos what it is today. We really appreciate you sticking around for as long as you have!

      I’m sorry to hear you’re disappointed with the pricing. I wanted to take a few moments to address some of your concerns. You seem to be satisfied with your current version, so I won’t try to convince you to buy something you aren’t interested in or don’t need. But since you’ve been a customer with us for so long, I think you deserve a little explanation.

      It’s true that if you expect digital versions of resources to be significantly cheaper than their print counterparts, individual pricing on Logos resources may take you by surprise. However, a Logos resource isn’t a typical eBook. Each volume is specially tagged to work seamlessly with other books in your Logos library. It’s because of this tagging—which takes hours of man hours to accomplish—that Logos resources show up in search results, work with Logos features, and basically make Logos the powerful Bible study tool it is. Real humans have to create the datasets that power those resources, which means salaries, benefits, office space, and other hard costs. We think this additional investment on our part is worth it because it leads to richer Bible study for our customers, providing access to information that would remain forever buried in a paper library. Of course, you have to decide for yourself whether or not it’s worth it to you!

      As far as Logos Now goes, if you’ve decided it’s not for you, we’re totally fine with that! However, I should clarify that a Logos Now membership is currently only $90 a year, not $90 a month. :-) Also, a Logos Now membership is a good, affordable alternative to purchasing a Logos 7 base package. It gives you access to all the features of Logos 7. So if you’re happy with your current library, it’s a good choice. We really do want what’s best for our customers, and we think Logos Now ends up being a great deal, but again: that choice is up to you. I just thought I should clarify.

      Finally, let me assure you that we release free updates to ensure you can use Logos on future computers and operating systems. When we stop supporting older versions of Logos, we notify users that they can get a free update so they can continue to receive the support they need keep using the version of Logos they own.

      Dave, I hope these explanations help. And once again, thank you for your business over the years. If you have any further questions, please don’t hesitate to email me: tyler.smith@faithlife.com

      Wishing you the best,

      Tyler