Get Your Free Guide to Interpreting Proverbs

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This month only, get Tremper Longman’s essential guide to interpretation, How to Read Proverbs, totally free!

With its pithy sayings, down-to-earth wisdom, and practical advice, the book of Proverbs makes it all-too tempting to cherry pick verses in isolation from literary and historical context. But there is a right and a wrong way to read this inspired book, and Tremper Longman’s demonstrates both in this important resource.

Longman will teach you how to properly read and study Proverbs—as well as how to understand and savor their profound wisdom. He demonstrates that, while many proverbs speak to us directly, we can gain much greater insight by studying the book of Proverbs as a whole, understanding its relationship to ancient non-Israelite wisdom, and listening to its conversation with the other great voices of wisdom in Scripture—Job and Ecclesiastes.

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This month only, get How to Read Proverbs, totally free! And don’t miss your chance to get the companion resource, How to Read Psalms, for just $1.99! Get both now!

Comments

  1. I am disappointed that all of your free Books-of-the-Month are only available for buying another book. Just thought I needed to express my concern. I suppose it really is true that nothing is for nothing.

    • Tyler Smith says:

      Wayne,

      The free book really is free! You don’t have the buy the $1.99 resource to get the other book for free.

    • Dennis Phelps says:

      Dear Wayne,

      Is it possible you are misreading the monthly free book offer? The second book is NOT mandatory. One can choose ONLY the free book. The second book is offered at a discount if it chosen with the free book. However, the free book can be chosen and downloaded by itself with no other purchase whatsoever. Logos has MANY free resources available for downloading from their product site. Simply search for the term “free” within the product listing. I am grateful for the free resources they offer. They also offer daily discounts of 50% off specific resources.

    • Hi Wayne,
      I’m sorry that you misunderstood the offer but like Wayne said, it really is free as a standalone offer.
      I often get the free book of the month and it’s a great opportunity to pick up useful resources absolutely, positively free.
      You will notice a button to bottom right of the offer that says “get it now’ that is not part of the “get them both for $1.99” offer.
      I hope that addresses your concern, and I hope you are able to take advantage of this “free” offer.
      Blessings,
      Dianne

    • Hey Wayne,

      The free offer is actually free – don’t get turned off so easily. The Monthly freebie is the real deal (I guess Logos tries to get us to but something to satisfy their mandate to sell books). If you’re new to Logos, you will/can not find a better deal under the sun my friend. The material on this site will save you hundreds if not thousands of dollars if you were to but it in hard copy. It’s about the only place online that’s as good as it says it is.

      Peace – Have a great Christmas

  2. David Smith says:

    I do not have a number code to receive this free book. I had one last month for another free book. Where is it?

    • Tyler Smith says:

      Hi, David.

      If you just click add to cart on the Free Book of the Month page, it will automatically apply the coupon code; no need to enter it manually.