Archives for October 2018

5 Ways Logos Is Easier to Use and Faster Than Ever

If you want to renew your love for Scripture, challenge yourself to grow spiritually, and revel in the awe-inspiring character of God, there’s no substitute for studying the Bible.

That’s why when we made Logos 8, we challenged ourselves to make it easier than ever for you to experience the rewards of deep Bible study. And that meant making the most complete overhaul of the software since Logos 4. [Read more…]

How to Get Logos 8: All Your Options Clearly Explained

The new version of Logos Bible Software is here.

It’s redesigned in a big way to be faster and easier to use than ever. In fact, some users are calling it “the most powerful and user-friendly version of Logos Bible Software ever released.

Whether you’ve never owned Logos or have been with us from the start, here are all your options for how to get Logos 8, clearly explained. I’ll also explain why some customers choose one option over another. [Read more…]

The New Logos Is Here

Something powerful happens when we study the Bible for ourselves. Familiar stories become richer, old truths more meaningful, and new discoveries change our lives. And at Faithlife, we want you to experience that for yourself.

That’s why when we made Logos Bible Software 8, we challenged ourselves to create new ways for you to take the next step in your Bible study, whether you’re a Bible scholar or are just beginning to study the Bible for yourself.

And that meant making Logos easier to use than ever.  

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Ending Wednesday: Reformation Resources up to 66% Off

For just a few more days, save up to 66% on Reformed resources.

Boost your library with theological works from some of the greatest writers and thinkers in Church history—from forefathers of the Reformation like Augustine and Wycliffe to modern Reformed scholars like Richard Muller.

But hurry, the deal ends midnight on October 31, Reformation Day.

Check out the entire sale, and pay special attention to these highlighted resources: [Read more…]

Reformed Perspectives on Psalm 1 (Free Excerpt)

The Reformation Commentary on Scripture, an important and growing collection of biblical commentary, is one of the featured resources in the Logos Reformation Day sale.

Esteemed Christian historian Mark Knoll says of it, “The Reformation Commentary on Scripture is a major publishing event—for those with historical interest in the founding convictions of Protestantism, but even more for those who care about understanding the Bible . . . ” [Read more…]

5 Things You May Not Know about John Calvin


This week we’re celebrating the 501-year anniversary of the Reformation by discounting many Reformed resources and featuring Reformation excerpts and reflections on the blog.

Here are five facts about the esteemed author and theologian John Calvin you may not now. For just a few more days, you can save 50% on the largest collection of his writings available in English. [Read more…]

Using Logos 7? Please Make This Important Security Update Now

We’re preparing to make a security update to our servers to protect your data and comply with current regulations regarding Transport Layer Security (TLS). It’s important for you to update your Logos software to ensure full functionality after we make this server update.

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What Are Some Popular Misconceptions about Angels?

This is a post by guest author Lindsay Kennedy.

In previous posts, we drew from Michael Heiser’s Angels to understand what the Bible tells us about angels. We saw that caring about angels does not make one a fanatic. We also learned that angels are immaterial members of God’s heavenly host who are also involved in governing the world. However, there are many misconceptions and myths about angels out there. [Read more…]

Why Luther’s 95 Theses Start with a Critique of a Bible Translation

This week we are celebrating the 501-year anniversary of the Reformation, discounting many Reformed resources and featuring Reformation excerpts and reflections on the blog.


The first of Luther’s famous 95 Theses—whose 501st anniversary we celebrate this week—is a critique of an erroneously translated phrase in Jerome’s translation of Matthew 4:17. In English we know this as, “Repent, for the kingdom of heaven is at hand.” Luther wrote in Thesis 1: [Read more…]

Read Holy Writings with Ancient Eyes (Free Book)

Reading Scripture with the early Church fathers draws us deeper into the joys of meeting Christ in his word.

For just a few more days, you can get Ancient Christian Devotional: A Year of Weekly Readings: Lectionary Cycle A for free. [Read more…]