Incorporate Creeds and Confessions into Your Bible Study

Study the creeds and confessions

You may have noticed that we recently launched the Confessional Documents References Dataset in Logos Now 6.7. It forms the backbone for the Confessional Documents section in the Passage Guide. This section finds where all of your creedal church documents and commentaries on church documents mention the passage you are studying, and then organizes the results according to theological category (such as soteriology, anthropology, ecclesiology, etc.) and then by denominational affiliation (Methodist, Baptist, Anglican, Modern Catholic, ecumenical, etc.).

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3 Affordable Ways to Build a Powerful Wesleyan Library

Wesleyan and Methodists books and commentaries

We’re committed to providing top-notch biblical study materials across the broad spectrum of Christian denominations—and that includes the gamut of Wesley’s followers. So whether you’re Wesleyan, Holiness, Nazarene, United Methodist, Independent Methodist, Salvation Army, or any other variation, we’ve got a growing library of resources that will meet your needs.

Here are some great ways to bulk up your library of Methodist-Wesleyan resources.

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Thousands of Commentaries, 1 Affordable Price

Personal research library

Imagine entering your own personal biblical research library for the very first time.

As soon as you walk in you’re surrounded by thousands upon thousands of books perched on dusty shelves that reach to ceilings high above you. You head to the commentaries section, and are stunned. Dozens of rows of shelves supporting hundreds of volumes each stretch as far as you can see. They contain tomes in French, German, Latin, and Greek. These resources cover everything from biblical interpretation to historical context, devotional application, and textual criticism. They span every book of the Bible and even comment on other commentaries.

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Baker’s New and Improved Collections

Updated Baker CollectionsWe’re excited to announce some new and improved collections from Baker Publishing. With these resources, you’ll get top scholarship, practical study guides, inspiration for preaching, and more. And as always, collections save you much more than buying books individually.

Baker Academic Craig L. Blomberg Collection (5 vols.)
We’ve put together some of Craig Blomberg’s best works, including his recent Can We Still Believe the Bible? and A Handbook of New Testament Exegesis. With Blomberg, you’ll get top-shelf scholarship on biblical authority, exegesis, and New Testament interpretation. And until July 24 at 11:59 PM, you can get them for 20% off with coupon code BLOMBERG20. If you already own a few volumes, you’ll get an even steeper discount with Dynamic Pricing.
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D.A. Carson, Douglas Moo, Tim Keller, and More—All in One Study Bible!

NIV Zondervan Study Bible now in Logos!

Exciting news!

Zondervan brings to Logos the new and ambitious NIV Zondervan Study Bible. Published this year and edited by D.A. Carson, the NIV Zondervan Study Bible provides the best scholarship in short, readable notes for the everyday Christian. Here are some quick stats that’ll get your attention:

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Expand Your Study of the New Testament and the Early Church

study the New Testament and the early church

June has been a busy month for expanding and updating our products. Of particular note are the recently updated Teach the Text Commentary series, the Gordon Fee New Testament Studies Collection, as well as these four brilliant gems in the study of the New Testament and the early church:
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What’s New in the Word Biblical Commentary Upgrade

Word Biblical Commentary

In a few days, we’ll be shipping the newest Word Biblical Commentary Upgrade (3 vols.), which contains entirely new editions of existent volumes in the WBC series. Why bother upgrading? Let’s take a look at 2 Corinthians.

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How to Uncover the Bible’s Literary Context

Ancient Literature Collection (25 vols.)

Everyone who takes Bible study seriously understands the importance of the Scripture’s ancient literary and historical context. The Word of God was not written in a vacuum—countless ancient documents cite, allude to, quote, or echo it.

Unfortunately, many profound insights from Scripture remain hidden to us when we don’t have the tools to uncover allusions to God’s Word in other ancient works.

Revealing the ancient context

Logos 6’s new Ancient Literature section in the Passage Guide connects the Bible passage you’re studying to the ancient world that cited it, alluded to it, quoted it, or echoed it.

Take Isaiah 54:3 as an example. You wouldn’t know it from a cursory reading—or even an in-depth study of the passage alone—but this verse is cited throughout the Dead Sea Scrolls and the Talmud. More importantly, those citations provide profound insight into the significance of this passage to the ancient Jews—and Christians today.

Why you’re not getting the most out of the Ancient Literature Tool

Maybe you noticed in the video: we’ve tagged a ton of ancient resources to feed into this tool. But to get the most out of it, you need to be sure those resources are in your Logos library.

To make it easier, we’ve compiled a must-have collection of ancient works that are specifically tagged to feed into your Ancient Literature section. This Ancient Literature Collection contains 25 books to supplement your Logos 6 base package.*

These are essential resources for doing the kind of study you saw in the video, and you can get them here at a steep discount. If you were to buy these one-by-one, the cost would really add up.

On its own, the three-volume Context of Scripture costs $299.95.

The Babylonian and Jerusalem Talmud Collection is $279.95.

James H. Charlesworth’s Pseudepigrapha? Another $119.95.

For less than the cost of these resources combined, the Ancient Literature Collection gives you these plus 18 more. And if you already own some of these resources, you’ll only pay for the ones that are new to you.

With works from a wide range of sources—Jewish writers like Josephus, early Christian writings from the apostolic fathers, the Pseudepigrapha, and more—you’re sure to find insights into the early theological development of any passage you study.


Get the Ancient Literature Collection today!

*Note: Logos 6 Silver or the Core Crossgrade is required to be able to use this feature with the Ancient Literature dataset.

Language Specialists, This One’s for You!

Grammars Collection (94 vols.)

We’re proud to announce our new Grammars Collection—a steeply discounted package of 94 biblical-language grammars to help students and scholars unpack any syntactic or semantic challenge in the study of the biblical text.

For merely $8 per grammar (many of which cost between $20 and $40 individually), this massive collection can enhance your original language studies.

This collection includes essential volumes such as Stanley Porter’s Idioms of the Greek New Testament and Fundamentals of New Testament Greek, Ernest de Witt Burton’s Syntax of the Moods and Tenses in New Testament Greek, James Hope Moulton’s five volumes on New Testament Greek, Mark Futato’s Beginning Biblical Hebrew, Bruce Waltke’s An Introduction to Biblical Hebrew Syntax, and over 80 more volumes in 9 different languages.

Results from all your grammars, all at once

Logos 6 doesn’t just leave grammars in your library, waiting for you to open them one by one. When you perform a search on a passage in your Exegetical Guide, Logos 6 queries all of the grammars in this collection for references to the passage you’re researching.

All of these grammars contain Bible references, ensuring that your research on any verse of the Bible will contain results discussed by grammarians and biblical-language scholars.

Dynamic pricing and great discounts

Those of you studying Greek or Hebrew intensely probably already own many of these grammars—so when you’re signed into your account at, you’ll see a custom price tailored to discount the books you own, while still getting the rest of the books in the collection at a huge discount!

Refuel your study with nearly 100 original-language grammars. Get the Grammars Collection today!

Why You Should Get These 3 Expanded Series

We’ve recently expanded and compiled three new series—and until April 2, you can take more than 33% off each of these collections!

Get commentaries on Paul’s letters to the Thessalonians, critical studies on Paul’s writings, and introductions to the philosophical background of modern theological conversation—all at steep discounts.

Here are three reasons you’ll love each of these series:

Paul in Critical Contexts Series (8 vols.)

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  1. Get in on the most recent conversations on Paul in postcolonial, gender, and power contexts—and see the Bible’s interpretation in the world today.
  2. Study Paul’s writings one book at a time (Romans, Philemon, Galatians, 1 Thessalonians, and more) from modern sociocultural lenses.
  3. Get a 33% discount—just use coupon code PCCS15 before April 2.

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Eerdmans Interventions Series (7 vols.)

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  1. Introduce yourself to modern philosophers such as Žižek, Heidegger, and Hauerwas, as well as philosophical movements such as naturalism and scientific realism.
  2. Understand how these philosophies underlie academic and popular contexts, from biblical interpretation to philosophical apologetics to contemporary social issues.
  3. Save 33% when you use coupon code INTS33 before April 2.

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Classic Commentaries and Studies on 1 & 2 Thessalonians (21 vols.)

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  1. Get access to a number of rare commentaries, including Puritan minister John Jewel’s exposition on the Thessalonian letters, Samuel Hick’s sermon on sanctification, and the Westminster New Testament’s Thessalonians and Corinthians volume by Robert Mackintosh.
  2. Explore studies on Thessalonians that provide a wide array of material—theology and doctrine, Greek exegesis, devotional application, preaching illustrations and aids, sociohistorical background, and more.
  3. Take 35% off this commentary until April 2 with coupon code CCS12TH33 at checkout.

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Want bigger discounts? If you own any of the volumes in these collections already, you qualify for a Dynamic Pricing discount, so you’ll only pay for those volumes that are new to you.

And to make these series even more budget friendly, you can add these to payment plans and download them today for a low monthly rate.

Add these series to your Logos library today!