Stay Up to Date with Themelios, Preaching the Word & More

We recently expanded five noteworthy collections with the newest volumes that have shipped from Pre-Pub. Now’s the best time to get into the most up-to-date commentaries and journals in Logos—download them immediately and use a payment plan to fit your budget.

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Preaching-the-WordPreaching the Word Series (36 vols.)

Proclaim the truths of Scripture as you guide your congregation or classroom through the Bible. The Preaching the Word commentary series was written for you, enriching even your personal study of the Bible with page-turning exposition on 43 New and Old Testament books. Written by preachers for preachers, this down-to-earth series meets pastors and teachers at any level, without compromising Scripture’s significant theological and practical meaning.

BrazosBrazos Theological Commentary on the Bible (19 vols.)

Now including Christopher R. Seitz’s volume on Colossians, this commentary tackles exploring theological interpretation—a potentially divisive chore most commentaries shy away from—on some of the most theologically packed books of the Bible. Protestant, Catholic, and Orthodox scholars contribute a wellspring of knowledge in a widely accessible, but broadly academic way.

PhilippiansClassic Commentaries and Studies on Philippians (33 vols.)

Combining our previous two Classic Commentaries and Studies on Philippians collections—as well as six other classic works—this giant collection is ideal for any level of exegetical or hermeneutical study on Philippians. Familiar authors like Alfred Plummer, John Calvin, F.B. Meyer, and C.J. Ellicott join 29 other authors to bring you 33 different perspectives and scholarly backgrounds for approaching and interpreting Philippians.

Themelios-1975-2014-117-issuesThemelios 1–39 (1975–2014) (117 issues)

Now updated through 2014, Themelios provides in-depth theological work on a variety of issues—from the study of Scripture to contemporary movements in the church. Book reviews, editorials, and opinion pieces provide thought-provoking insights into challenging contemporary issues. And with articles written by D.A. Carson, Rodney Decker, J.V. Fesko, Wayne Grudem, Stanley Porter, and many others, these articles are guaranteed to keep you coming back. You’ll especially want these in Logos 6, as this journal is tagged to appear in the Journals section of your Passage Guide and Factbook, automatically bringing the relevant discussions right into your own studies.

Christian-History-MagazineChristian History Magazine (issues 1–108)

From Augustine to C.S. Lewis and Francis of Assisi to Jonathan Edwards, Christian History Magazine spans 2,000 years of tumultuous history, from the dangers of early American missionary work to the growth and persecution of Christians in Russia, India, China, Nazi Germany, and beyond. Get fascinating articles on the Puritans, the Huguenots, and the Waldensians. Study the birth of Western monasticism and the medieval shift that facilitated the Crusades. These 108 magazines will flood your library with very readable biographies, events, movements, and periods relevant to the legacy of every Christian. And when studying significant movements and Christians in your Logos 6 Factbook, related articles from this magazine appear as links.

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Get the Most out of Your Favorite Logos 6 Features with Specialized Collections

Ever wonder how to get the best performance and the most results out of your Passage and Exegetical Guides?

We’ve always said that having a bigger library helps get better results as you study the Bible. But now, for the first time, we’re creating collections around maximizing the performance of specific features in your software. Don’t just get a bigger library—get a library tailored to the type of study you do.

If you use any of these features regularly, these collections are especially for you!1

ancient-literature-collectionAncient Literature Collection

Turn your Silver library into a library that specializes in finding ancient-literature parallels to Bible passages. With this collection, you’ll have access to 25 additional volumes in your search for ancient texts that have implicit or explicit parallels and quotations of canonical Bible texts.

Find the Jewish and early Christian writings that engage your passages—add these volumes to your library today.

textual-variants-collectionTextual Variants Collection

Enhance your Gold library to maximize the Textual Variants results you’ll see in your Exegetical Guide. With these resources, you’ll fill out your Textual Variants section in its different resource categories, such as Apparatuses, Textual Commentaries, Ancient Versions, and Editions.

See ancient Aramaic, Latin, and Greek fragments that witness the variant readings we have in modern translations when you get this collection.

cultural-concepts-collectionCultural Concepts Collection

Augment your Bronze library’s potential for research on societies that both engaged with and were engaged by the Bible. With this collection, you’ll have additional source material to show how certain cultural values and standards are exhibited throughout ancient texts, as well as secondary material that studies the sociocultural aspects of the ancient world.

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timeline-collectionTimeline Collection

Travel from historical events in your Timeline to your library to find the event discussed at length. Put your study of historical theologies and ideas into context with detailed discussion of key events in biblical or world history.

Get the Timeline Collection: see your personalized price now, and grow your Bronze library’s scope of history and events.

Customize your library for your favorite features

Make sure you’re signed into your account so that you’ll see your custom Dynamic Price—a discount which takes into account any resources you already own. What’s more, you can get these on a payment plan to make the price right for you.

Add these collections to your library today!

  1. These collections do not contain the Logos 6 software that comes with each base package. A Bronze base package or higher is required to use the Timeline and Cultural Concepts tools; a Silver base package or higher is required to use the Ancient Literature section of the Passage Guide; and while Gold is not necessary to access the Textual Variants section of your Exegetical Guide, it does unlock the Online Manuscripts Dataset, allowing you to see high-quality images of the fragments and manuscripts that witness that text, giving you the full experience of Textual Variants feature. Any base package or crossgrade will get you at least the minimal experience of Textual Variants. []

Bigger Library, Better Research

If you’ve been with us for a while, you’ve probably noticed something about using Logos:

Bigger libraries produce better research.

We are committed to serving a body of believers who preach, teach, write, and research for the good of the church. To that end, we love making new ways for the church’s preachers and theologians to expand their libraries. Lately, we’ve updated several series—check them out and enhance your library with the latest collections today!

anchor-yale-bible-reference-libraryAnchor Yale Reference Library (33 vols.)

Fans of the Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary and the Anchor Yale Bible love the Anchor Yale Reference Library, so we’ve recently expanded it from 29 volumes to 33! In this collection, you’ll find the three-volume Archaeology of the Land of the Bible, Raymond Brown’s two-volume The Death of the Messiah, from Gethsemane to the Grave, John Meier’s four-volume A Marginal Jew, and dozens of other monographs and introductions to specific philosophical, theological, or exegetical topics.

analytical-bible-expositorAnalytical Bible Expositor (27 vols.)

The Analytical Bible Expositor is made for preachers and teachers of the Word. Covering almost every book in the Bible, these commentaries expound the main points of Scripture in a teachable way, allowing you to adapt and build your own sermons around John G. Butler’s outlines. And with verse-by-verse commentary and book introductions, the details of Scripture are at your fingertips so that nothing is overlooked.

the-fathers-for-english-readersThe Fathers for English Readers (14 vols.)

Get scholarly biographies of the early Church Fathers. These are the figures who shaped and formed Christian theology in the early years of Christianity and formed the first exegesis of Scripture as it was being canonized. If you own a base package, you probably own Schaff’s translation of their works—now get classic biographies to help put those works into context. Written by Cambridge and Oxford scholars—the fathers of modern scholarship—these volumes provide essential insights into Christian historical theology and patristics.

the-works-of-st-thomas-aquinasThe Works of St. Thomas Aquinas (18 vols.)

Thomas Aquinas was a pioneer of Christian theology and the philosophy of God. He influenced Christian thought and culture by reintroducing Aristotelean methods and processes to the theological sciences, thus setting Christianity’s course for the next 800 years. No theologian today grapples with Christian theology without passing through Thomistic influence. Get these essential works and see for yourself the indelible intellectual shift Aquinas brought to the church.

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Why wait? Add any of these to your existing payment plans so you can begin reading and writing today! And with Dynamic Pricing, any volumes you own in these collections will be discounted from your personal price—make sure you’re signed in on, and your custom price will display on the product page.

Newly Updated Series for 2015

The new year has kept us busy keeping updated the collections you know and love—check out these favorite commentary and sermon products to make sure you’re not missing key resources in your Bible study and sermon prep!

Tim Keller Sermon Archive (1989–2013)

Now updated to include sermons from 2012 and 2013, this sermon archive from expository preacher Timothy Keller features over 1,300 sermons across dozens of books of the Bible. His rich Bible-first preaching now engages readers with expository hermeneutics and applicable illustrations. Tagged to populate the Sermon Starter Guide, these sermons will engage and enlighten readers studying any passage from which Keller has preached.

46541Baker Exegetical Commentary on the New Testament (BECNT) (17 vols.)

This series is now updated with Jeffrey A.D. Weima’s volume on 1 and 2 Thessalonians. BECNT is a favorite of many, offering sound scholarship for New Testament exegesis and providing the tools you need for language studies, theological interpretations, and pastoral application.

Classic Commentaries and Studies on 1 & 2 Corinthians (49 vols.)

Get 49 volumes of exegetical, theological, and critical studies on these major Pauline epistles. Charles Hodge, Charles J. Ellicott, John Calvin, and Frédéric Louis Godet are just some of the commentators who’ll fill out your Passage Guide, providing verse-by-verse insight as practical today as it has been in centuries past.

Welwyn Commentary Series (56 vols.)

This series now includes three new volumes on Deuteronomy, Joshua, and Ruth. Expand your Old Testament analysis with an Evangelical favorite. These volumes are designed for preaching and teaching, providing history, hermeneutics, and the cultural context around each pericope and passage.

Social-Science Commentary (6 vols.)Social-Science Commentary

This series covers the majority of the New Testament, providing a thorough sociocultural lens through which to read the New Testament as one would from the first century. Dig into the New Testament as an anthropologist and study the cultural idioms, customs, and lifestyles of those who first received the letters and Gospels of the New Testament.

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Always wanted to have one of these collections in your library, but the price tag put a damper on your purchase? Get them with a monthly payment plan to add them to your library today with manageable increments! Add these books to your library and start using them right away, but spread the payments out over time.

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Load Your New Tablet with Great Books

TabletBundle_ProductImg_MaxWe built a bundle specially designed for your new tablet or phone, so that brand-new device you unwrapped yesterday can be delivering insight today.

To get started, download what we’re sure will be your favorite iOS or Android app—Bible by Logos for mobile. It’s free, and it allows you to carry your library along wherever your life takes you.

Then, get the newly constructed Tablet Bundle, designed specifically for reading on your mobile devices. Until January 2, this companion to the Logos app is available at a fantastic price. It features eight classics of Christian living, theology, prayer, and spiritual development, all at 50% off what you would pay for them if you purchased them individually. These classic page-swiping resources are sure to prepare you for a new year, help you live out your resolutions, and revolutionize your personal and group Bible studies.

These books come fully tagged as Logos resources and are integrated into the Logos desktop software, but they’re also ideal for reading cover to cover on your mobile device.

You’ll see familiar names like John Piper, N.T. Wright, R.C. Sproul, and D.L. Moody on the topics of grace, the Christian life, and Jesus.

This collection also includes a resource new to Logos: George MacDonald’s The Gifts of the Child Christ and Other Tales—ideal for reading to your children at their bedside from your tablet or phone. And for those seeking a challenge to grow in their spiritual life, The Imitation of Christ provides that classic in spiritual development and the pursuit of holiness.

But this deal won’t last: get it now before it expires January 2!

Introducing the 125-Volume Romans Collection

the-romans-collection-125-volumesWe heard you liked Paul’s epistle to the Romans.

So we handpicked 125 diverse and key volumes in the study, interpretation, translation, and exegesis of Paul’s magnum opus. We made sure to encompass a wide variety of traditions, perspectives, and levels of scholarly depth to create a well-rounded collection.

What exactly is it?

The Romans Collection is an enormous collection of modern commentaries, classic commentaries, and monographs that study Romans’ socio-historical context, Greek text, Pauline thought, Jewish background—you get the idea.

We’ve pulled together commentaries from Pillar, the New American Commentary, the College Press NIV Commentary, the Socio-Rhetorical Commentary, the International Critical Commentary, and many more.

This collection even features classics—Charles Hodge, John Calvin, Henry Cowles, J.B. Lightfoot, Charles Gore, Albert Barnes, and many others.

It also includes perspectives from almost every Christian tradition imaginable (Evangelical, Baptist, Methodist/Wesleyan, Anglican, Roman Catholic, Reformed, Charismatic/Pentecostal, Lutheran, Unitarian, and more).

That’s a lot of stuff on Romans

Yes, but we’re just getting warmed up. These statistics just scratch the surface:

  • Over 90 volumes are commentaries
  • Over 40 of those commentaries were published in the past 40 years
  • Over 40,000 pages contain verse-by-verse commentary (imagine that in your Passage Guide)
  • Over 30 volumes deal specifically with Paul based on the context or content of Romans

That must be expensive . . .

Individually, these volumes would cost you $2,838.50 from our store, but bundled together with an introductory discount, you save more than 70%! Right now, you can get this expansive for only $749.95. Don’t have $749.95 sitting around? Monthly payments come to around $67/month for just 12 months.

If $67/month is still too steep, don’t be surprised to find your personal price a bit lower. Dynamic Pricing can significantly lower your price if you already own any of this collection’s volumes. You’ll only pay for the books you don’t already own in Logos.

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So, what’s the catch?

If it seems like a dream come true, we hate to burst your bubble, but this dream won’t last forever. The Romans Collection’s price is increasing to $1,199.95 on October 24, so act fast to secure these savings!

September’s New Collections—Available Now!

Two Horizons CommentaryWe’ve recently updated several collections to include the most recently published Logos editions! Now’s the best time to get into a new series or to update a collection you already own.

Here’s what’s new:

Two Horizons Commentary (10 vols.)

Robert Wall’s 1 & 2 Timothy and Titus is now available for immediate purchase and download! Get all 10 volumes at an amazing price and think critically as you dig into theological interpretation of these 14 books of the Bible. If you’ve purchased Two Horizons volumes with us previously, fear not—you’ll only pay for the volumes that are new to you.

Gordon D. Fee New Testament Studies Collection (7 vols.)45303

Love Gordon Fee? We’ve made it easy to get your hands on a number of his well-read commentaries, as well as a handful of books he’s edited and authored. You’ll get expert exegetical and text-critical insights across the New Testament through his To What End Exegesis? and his amazing commentary on 1 Corinthians in the NICNT series, as well as other key commentaries from this must-read modern scholar.

Kress Biblical Studies Collection (13 vols.)

Endorsed by John MacArthur, R. Albert Mohler Jr., Cyril J. Barber, and Norman Geisler, this collection’s 13 biblical-focused titles address contemporary issues while resting firmly on the authority of Scripture. These volumes range from expositions of the Bible to topical and theological works grounded in biblical exegesis. Explore practical theology with Scripture as your guide—explore Kress’ biblical studies in Logos.

Forms of the Old Testament Literature Series (18 vols.)

Now updated with the commentary on Judges, this specifically form-critical Old Testament commentary examines the works of the Old Testament according to their genre and literary setting. This traditional approach to exegesis leaves plenty of room for any serious Bible student to interpret theology for themselves while still honoring the primacy of Scripture and the revelation of God.

Remember that you won’t be charged twice for volumes you already own in your Logos library, so make sure you visit the and sign in to see your very own Dynamic Price.

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Newly Expanded: College Press NIV Commentary and More!

college-press-niv-commentaryWe’ve recently updated a few collections with their latest volumes as they ship from Pre-Pub, allowing you to quickly find and add these volumes to your library. Get the most up-to-date commentaries from your favorite series—or discover an entirely new commentary series with its most complete product listing!

Here are a few of our recently expanded collections:

1. College Press NIV Commentary

Now complete with coverage of the entire Bible, the 42-volume College Press NIV Commentary series has it all—from original-language exegetical scholarship to pastoral wisdom intended for the pulpit. This recent commentary is one of a handful of works from the Restoration Movement, providing much-needed scholarship and insight from this modern perspective.

Get it while it’s on sale! Use coupon code CPNIV20 to save over 20% when you order the whole series, but don’t wait—this offer ends September 1.

2. New Covenant Commentary Series

new-covenant-commentary-seriesThis recent New Testament commentary series examines six NT books—John, Romans, Ephesians, Colossians, Philemon, and Revelation—with an eye for interpretation and theology. As its name implies, the New Covenant Commentary shows, verse by verse, how the Scriptures point toward the new community—and the new covenant—established by God and prefigured in the Old Testament. With a focus on Christianity at large, this commentary is eminently applicable as well as insightful.

3. Opening Up Commentary Series

Looking for something to expand your exegetical preaching ministry? The Opening Up Commentary Series offers verse-by-verse exposition that is highly applicable and relevant to our world today. Tailored for pastors and Bible study leaders, this commentary is an irreplaceable guide to the next level of Scripture study in Logos: continue your faith journey with discussion questions, pastoral commentary, and organized details on almost every book in the Bible.

4. Ariel’s Bible Commentary

Specifically tailored in the Messianic Jewish tradition, Ariel’s Bible Commentary addresses the issues Jews faced in the early ages of the church. Covering Genesis, Judges, Ruth, and the Jewish epistles (Hebrews, James, 1 Peter, 2 Peter, and Jude), these commentaries provide a Jewish take on Christianity.

Pick up your favorites today!

New and on Sale! LHBOTS and the Brazos Theological Commentary

Brazos Theological CommentaryThrough August 8, you can get the Brazos Theological Commentary on the Bible for $130.00 off, and, for the first time, we’re releasing the Library of Hebrew Bible / Old Testament Studies (LHBOTS) as a single collection!

Brazos Theological Commentary on the Bible (18 vols.)

Throughout this commentary series, Brazos provides a twenty-first-century interpretation with a critical eye on history, hermeneutics, and methods. This innovative series focuses on the theological interpretation of Scripture with careful attention to detail.

Now’s your best time to buy: get it for $130.00 off through August 8!

The Library of Hebrew Bible / Old Testament Studies (LHBOTS)

Formerly known as the Journal for the Study of the Old Testament Supplement (JSOTS), the LHBOTS is an enormous library of highly focused monographs analyzing the Old Testament texts, cultures, traditions, and languages. These 380 books feature the amazing scholarship of David J.A. Clines, Norman Whybray, Lester L. Grabbe, and several others to give your Old Testament library diversity, depth, and character.

LHBOTSWe’ve partnered with Bloomsbury to bring these 380 titles to your desktop and mobile devices. This series has never been offered at such a low price—and we’re also giving you introductory discounts! This collection, normally priced at $4,999.95, will have an introductory price of $2,999.95 (40% off) for the first month. On August 31, the price will return to its regular price—take advantage of this deal while it lasts!

Over the past 40 years, this series has accumulated over 600 volumes—and more are being published every month. Rest assured; we’re working on pursuing all of these works! In the meantime, numerous volumes are still waiting for your support to go into development. Check out the following Pre-Pubs to complete your LHBOTS library:

Interested in the Brazos Theological Commentary or LHBOTS but don’t have capacity in your budget? Set up a monthly payment plan so you can lock in your discount and start reading them right away. Once the sale ends, you’ll miss out on introductory pricing. If you have any of the individual volumes in these collections, you’ll also qualify for a unique Dynamic Price that discounts the price of what you already own.

Explore these collections today—and be sure to pick up Brazos Theological Commentary and The Library of Hebrew Bible & New Testament Studies before the prices go up!

3 Ways to Get a Closer Look at the New Testament

stewart-custer-collectionYou already know about the New International Greek Testament Commentary. You’ve pored over Baker’s Exegetical Commentary on the New Testament. Now you’re looking for something in the same vein: exegesis, application, and Greek word and phrase studies. But, with 40,000 books to choose from, where do you turn?

Good news: we have suggestions!

1. Stewart Custer Collection

Regularly $167.95use coupon code CUSTER10 to get it for $149.95 through July 22

Stewart Custer is an underappreciated treasure. This unique collection gives you numerous commentaries on the New Testament, as well as guides to interpretation and exegesis. It emphasizes pastoral insight and practical application: ideal if you want to home in on helping others day to day.

ellicotts-commentaries-on-st-pauls-epistles2. Ellicott’s Commentaries on St. Paul’s Epistles

Regularly $82.95use coupon code ELLICOTT45 to get it for $44.95 through July 22

These frequently overlooked commentaries lead you through Paul’s letters verse by verse: each zooms in on the Greek, illuminating the translators’ choices, grammatical context and relevance, and the thought implied by the Greek phrasing. They’re excellent for a student or pastor aiming to apply more Greek word and phrase studies—someone who wants to master Paul’s logical structure, perhaps.

3. Guides to New Testament Exegesis

Many commentaries provide verse-by-verse interpretation, exegesis, and application—and stop right there. Baker’s Guides to New Testament Exegesis Collection provides something more: it shows you the key interpretive approaches to each NT book, including the history of interpretation, the literary context, the style and authorship of each book, and insights from the Greek. If you aim to teach the Bible, you shouldn’t pass this one up.

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All these collections have recently been updated: just visit the product pages (and make sure you’re signed in!) to see which volumes are new to you. With Dynamic Pricing, you’ll only pay for the books you don’t already own. And, as always, interest-free payment plans make budgeting even easier!