Stuff Your Stocking with These Half-Off Deals


It’s not too late for some great stocking stuffer deals—and when you can get at least half off, these deals are sure to delight. But these and all the Logos Christmas deals end December 31, so grab them while you can!

Here are four of the best deals you can get, each one under $40:

A Critical and Exegetical Commentary on the Second Epistle of St. Paul to the Corinthians

For the past century, The International Critical Commentary series has held a special place on pastors’ shelves. And for good reason! Each volume packs more into the introduction than you may find in the body of many other commentaries. And with the Logos version, you’ll never have to laboriously leaf through hundreds of pages, searching for the right passage. Get it for just $31.99.

A Grammar of Biblical Hebrew: Revised English Version

Here’s the most extensive revision yet of Paul Joüon and T. Muraoka’s Grammar of Biblical Hebrew, one of the most complete Hebrew grammars available in English. It’s indispensable for students of the Old Testament, Hebrew, and Semitics. Get it for just $36.99.

Select Sermons, Homilies, and Treatises of St. Augustine (5 vols.)

This 3,000-page collection features Scripture commentary and essays on aspects of Christian discipleship and morality from one of the church’s most influential theologians. Augustine illuminates important theological and doctrinal concepts in these pastoral writings. Get it for just $28.99.

The JPS Bible Commentary: Haftarot

In this volume you’ll get 700 pages of readings excerpted from the Prophets (Nevi’im) to accompany each weekly Sabbath reading from the Torah, plus readings for special Sabbaths and festivals. The author, Michael Fishbane, is one of the foremost Hebrew Bible scholars today. Get it for just $29.99.

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Check out the rest of the Stocking Stuffers, and don’t forget to take a look at everything else on sale this month, including 20% off Logos 7! These deals disappear December 31 at midnight, so don’t wait—shop now.

Comments

  1. Is it intentional that Verbum Mobile does not have the Reference Scanner, or is it just an oversight? Whichever it may be, can it please have access to this feature also. It just happened that I bought the RC basic edition after the Anglican, and after the Presbyterian then loaded all my books onto Verbum Mobile and don’t want to have to go through that book by book again.

    BTW is there any way to have commentary sets load as one book (set) so there are fewer volumes to plough through. It so clutters up my library I can hardly get to the bottom of the library list before I am out of time. It does not appear to be impossible with encyclopedia sets, for instance Hastings’ 13 volume Encyclopedia of Religion & Ethics set or Keil & Delitz and many smaller sets.

    • Thanks for your questions, Peter. Reference Scanner will be coming to Verbum soon. Thanks for your patience.

      Regarding commentary sets: You are correct, sometimes multi-volume works are separate resources in Logos, and sometimes they are compiled into a single resource. That decision is made on a case-by-case basis when we first start the work to bring that book into the Logos format. In general, commentary sets are kept as separate volumes, so that you could purchase only the one you need for your current study, in case you aren’t ready to pull the trigger on the full set. On the desktop application, you can sort the library by “Series” to group those sets together for a more streamlined overview; we can consider adding something like that to the mobile app. Thanks for the idea!

  2. Is it intentional that Verbum Mobile does not have the Reference Scanner, or is it just an oversight? Whichever it may be, can it please have access to this feature also. It just happened that I bought the RC basic edition after the Anglican, and after the Presbyterian then loaded all my books onto Verbum Mobile and don’t want to have to go through that book by book again.