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.

Even at full price, Logos packages are already the most cost-effective way to invest in Logos. You save on average 90% compared to buying books individually, not to mention all the tools you get for studying Scripture. So an extra 20% off only sweetens the deal.

You can see the value especially clearly in Logos 8 Bronze.

Take a look at the screenshot below. Right now, the whole package costs just $503.99—or less, if you already own books in it.

But included in Bronze is a commentary set that, if purchased on its own, would cost $450. Three other sets in the package combine for even more:

So getting Logos 8 Bronze gives you four commentary sets for about the price of one, not to mention the 100+ more books, features, and datasets in Bronze that will enhance your Bible study.   

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About the commentary sets in Logos 8 Bronze

1. Cornerstone Biblical Commentaries (20 vols.)

This series provides contemporary evangelical scholarship on the Old and New Testaments. Each volume equips you with exegetical and theological knowledge to better understand and apply God’s Word, as well as an overview of important issues surrounding the text.

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2. Holman New Testament Commentary (12 vols.)

This verse-by-verse commentary systematically explains biblical text based on trusted, conservative scholarship—and it’s practically organized. Each chapter begins with an introduction and ends with an overview of what was studied, an application section, deeper discoveries (covering specific topics in greater detail), a teaching outline, and discussion questions.

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3. Jamieson, Fausset, and Brown’s Unabridged Commentary on the Old and New Testaments (6 vols.)

Written by three pastor-scholars in the late nineteenth century, this series was a favorite resource of Charles H. Spurgeon and other evangelical preachers.

Each volume begins with introductions to the biblical books, followed by the text of Scripture and verse-by-verse commentary. The authors succinctly comment on nuances in the original languages and historical details. They survey varying scholarly opinions without talking over readers’ heads.

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4. The Biblical Illustrator: New Testament Collection (30 vols.)

Enhance your sermons with insights from some of history’s greatest preachers and theologians. This series includes excerpts from Augustine, J.C. Ryle, Matthew Henry, Adam Clarke, and more. A verse-by-verse commentary, this collection includes analysis on every book of the New Testament.

Make your sermons come alive with vivid illustrations from the likes of Charles Spurgeon and D.L. Moody. Access commentary from numerous authors in a single place. The Biblical Illustrator provides the content you need to craft high-quality sermons: commentary, illustrations, outlines, and more.

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You have just one more week to get Logos 8 Bronze at an amazing price during the Logos 8 package sale—ending May 31 at midnight (PST).