Archives for May 2019

Every Logos Sale Ending at Midnight—Including Free Book

At midnight tonight, we pull down a number of incredible sales. Find links to all of them here so you don’t miss out. [Read more…]

Make Sure to Include Systematic Theology in Your Bible Exposition

In preaching and other Bible teaching, your big strength can become a weakness. If you are good at careful analysis of biblical texts, don’t stop there. Remember always to go on to theology. Analysis and synthesis belong together, like hot air balloons and magnifying glasses. [Read more…]

Last Chance to Save on Seminary-Level Courses

For just two more days, every audio course from Logos Mobile Education is 25% off.

Mobile Ed courses are where audiobooks meet seminary. As you’re exercising, doing chores, or lounging around, you can be learning about critical Christian doctrines, growing new ministry skills, or exploring Church history.

All you have to do is press play. [Read more…]

Only 2 More Days: All Logos Packages 20% Off

The final hours of the Logos package sale are upon us.

Right now every Logos package is 20% off, with no limits to how many you can stack on each other. That’s great news for current Logos owners (see points #2 and #4 below) as well as new ones.

Here are five quick reasons to jump on this sale. [Read more…]

10 Quotes on the Christian Life from John Stott

Nearly 50 years ago, the evangelical church was on the brink of shirking the call to global missions.

As framer of the Lausanne Covenant in 1974, John R. W. Stott (1921–2011), an Anglican priest, was on the forefront of the movement to preserve modern missions endeavors. He founded the Langham Partnership to equip churches with biblical resources and training for global missions. [Read more…]

Grab May’s Free Book before It Gets Replaced

May’s almost over, which means A Critical Exegetical Commentary on the Pastoral Epistles moves over for June’s free book and goes back to full price.

So grab it now, plus two more commentaries for just $5: [Read more…]

Let the Bible Be What It Is

As a biblical scholar, I’m often asked for advice on how to interpret the Bible. I could refer people to tools (like Logos Bible Software) and techniques for analyzing the original languages, even for people dependent on English. But neither of those are my go-to answer. My own journey has convinced me there’s one fundamental insight that, if faithfully observed, will help more than anything. It’s the best piece of advice I can give you:
Let the Bible be what it is. [Read more…]

Learning Logos: Sometimes ‘Find’ Is All You Need

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As you well know, Logos has a powerful search engine that allows us to find almost anything we need in our books and Bibles. Sometimes, however, we just don’t need all that power. [Read more…]

A Simple Reason to Snag Logos 8 Bronze, Especially at This Crazy Price

Four commentary sets for roughly the price of one? Here’s why Logos 8 Bronze is such a good deal.

This month only, all Logos 8 packages are 20% off. [Read more…]

Preachers, Mobilize Your Language and Send It Into Battle

By Jeffrey Arthurs

It was said of Winston Churchill that “he mobilized the English language, and sent it into battle.” I exhort you, send your best words into battle against the world, the flesh, and the devil. Send language forth like soldiers massing for the charge, cutting the wire, and storming the stronghold. [Read more…]