Sale Ending: 30% off + Dynamic Pricing on Zondervan Titles

Zondervan resources

This month’s Publisher Spotlight is still offering 30% savings (and Dynamic Pricing!) on selected Zondervan study resources, commentaries, and reference works—but only through September 30.

Here are three good reasons to take advantage of this month’s deals, before prices go back up:

1. You’ll add the best in biblical scholarship to your library. The Word Biblical Commentary (61 volumes, save $360) is perfect for professional theologians and instructors, seminary or university students, working ministers, or anyone who wants to understand the Bible better. This massive series features contributions from today’s leading biblical scholars, including James D.G. Dunn, Peter C. Craigie, John E. Goldingay, and dozens of others.

2. You’ll save hundreds on one of Billy Graham’s preferred commentaries. Understand how the Word’s ancient message applies to our postmodern context with the NIV Application Commentary Bundle (42 volumes, save $300). These commentaries explain what the Bible meant, and how it still speaks powerfully today.

This series promises to become an indispensable tool for every pastor and teacher who seeks to make the Bible’s timeless message speak to this generation.

—Billy Graham

3. You’ll discover new depth in the biblical text. Take an up-close look at the Greek New Testament. Each volume of the Zondervan Exegetical Commentary on the New Testament (10 volumes, save over $84) gives you an exegetical outline with verse-by-verse commentary.

Since all three of these series are fully integrated with Logos, Scripture passages link to your English translation for quick reference, or to your Greek texts for original language study. You can also read them with your Bible dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other Bible study tools in your digital library.

Only pay for what’s new

Don’t forget that all Zondervan collections on Logos.com incorporate Dynamic Pricing through the end of September. That means when you purchase a larger collection, you only pay for what’s new to you—not for Logos edition resources you already own.

Take advantage of 30% off pricing now—before the deals go away.

Comments

  1. henry south says:

    I’ve recently purchased the course The Jewish trinity using Mobile Ed. Does access to this course material expire at any time.

    Getting access t the course homepage to continue my study doesn’t seem straightforward.

    • Tyler Smith says:

      If you purchased the course there is no expiration date. If you go to Tools>Courses, it should take you to right where you left off. Hope that helps!