Last Chance for March Matchups! 2 Deals You Shouldn’t Miss.

Last Friday, we announced March Matchups champions. They deserve their champion status—and they’re worth snapping up at 60% off until March 31! But they shouldn’t get all the glory . . . 

As you make your final March Matchups purchases, don’t miss these two worthwhile resources that almost became champions. 

1. Preaching the Word Commentary Series—now 50% off

The Preaching the Word series is a favorite of pastors, but it’s not just for pastors. Its readability, commitment to biblical authority, and clear scriptural exegesis and exposition make it a great resource for church leaders, students, and anyone wanting to read the whole Bible in light of Christ for life today. 

It drills into word studies, the original languages, and more without losing sight of the big idea.

Authors include some of today’s best-loved biblical expositors—R. Kent Hughes, Bryan Chapell, Philip Graham Ryken, Kenneth A. Mathews, David Jackman, and many others.

Here’s what respected preachers and teachers say about it:

Throughout the Christian centuries, working pastors have been proving themselves to be the best of all Bible expositors. [Editor] Kent Hughes stands in this great tradition, and his exciting expositions uphold it worthily.

— J. I. Packer, Board of Governors’ Professor of Theology, Regent College

This series resonates with the priorities of the pulpit. No academic aloofness here, but down-to-earth, preacher-to-preacher meat for God’s people.

— Bryan Chapell, distinguished professor of preaching, Knox Theological Seminary

There is a long history of informed, edifying biblical expositions that have been mightily used of God to shape and strengthen the Church. These volumes admirably fit this tradition.

— D. A. Carson, research professor of New Testament, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School

And Logos users love it, too.

This is my favorite homiletical commentary in Logos. There is so much good and practical stuff here . . . While I don’t always agree with the theology, it’s rare for me to read on a passage I’m preaching on and not find something helpful. Highly recommended. — Rich D.

This is one of the best expositional commentaries on any book of the Bible that I have ever read. — Mark B. on Numbers: God’s Presence in the Wilderness

This is one of the most useful commentaries I own. — Josh H. on Jeremiah and Lamentations: From Sorrow to Hope

The added functionality and comprehensive search features in Logos make it immensely valuable for study and sermon prep. Every Scripture reference is linked to English translations, and every Greek and Hebrew word to lexicons, dictionaries, and more, making it ideal for exegesis.

Add this highly rated series to your Logos library now—for less than $9 per volume. 

2. Biblical Greek: Foundational Certificate Program—now 50% off 

The Biblical Greek: Foundational Certificate Program comes with everything you need to learn New Testament Greek from scratch. The main course, GK101 Introduction to Biblical Greek, walks you through the content you’d get in a traditional first-year Greek course. You’ll learn the vocabulary, grammar, and syntax of the Greek New Testament. (The course even includes quizzes and activities so you can make sure you’re learning the material.)

Each segment is also linked to An Introduction to Biblical Greek: A Grammar with Exercises—a textbook written in conjunction with the course—as well as other Greek grammars and resources already available in Logos.

The Biblical Greek: Foundational Certificate Program also comes with two versions of an Interactive Greek Alphabet Course, covering two different ways of pronouncing Greek (Koine and Erasmian). They’re full of helpful interactive tools and exercises—and even an alphabet song video to help you come away knowing how to read and pronounce Greek words.

Shop and save now on excellent collections and courses chosen by popular vote. Don’t wait! March Matchups will be over soon—March 31 at 11:59 p.m. (PST)gone for another year.

 

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