How do you discover great new books? With tens of thousands of titles available on Logos.com alone, searching for resources can be overwhelming. While there are certainly a variety of ways to plot a course through the maze of published works, a Logos Now membership helps you navigate this paradox of choice with ease, providing several books a month for you to discover.
A Logos Now subscription gives you access to an ever-growing set of the latest Bible study tools. Every six weeks, we update Logos Now with new features, interactives, media, and datasets that open up new ways to study the Scriptures.
Additionally, a Logos Now subscription gives you access to free, month-long, full-access previews to select resources. These books, courses, videos, or magazines are unlocked to your account for one month. At the end of the month, you can purchase those resources with an exclusive discount just for Logos Now subscribers.
A Logos Now subscription supplements your Logos 6 base package with brand-new, fresh-out-of-development Bible study tools—features, interactives, and media—every six weeks. A subscription today gives you access to features such as the Media Browser and Multiview Resources, interactives such as Before and After: Biblical Sites and New Testament Manuscripts Explorer, and nine collections of media.
Additionally, as a Logos Now subscriber you get several resources unlocked to your account each month. This preview content is yours for the length of the month, and then before the month ends, you get an opportunity to purchase the resources with a Logos Now exclusive discount.
We recently expanded several key collections, including the Pillar New Testament Commentary series, the J.I. Packer Collection, and the New International Commentary (NIC). If you already own some of the included volumes, you’ll get a discount on these updated collections. If you’ve yet to benefit from any of these top-notch resources, pick them up in a collection today to get a better deal than if purchased individually.
This top-rated commentary series now contains the 2014-released volume on the Psalms. The Book of Psalms is the most complete and detailed one-volume commentary available on the Psalter, reflecting the combined insights of three biblical scholars: Nancy deClaissé-Walford, Rolf Jacobson, and Beth Tanner.
For the first time in Logos, the Hermeneia commentaries are available as
individual titles. You can now deepen your biblical studies with 50 volumes of commentary on
books of the Old and New Testaments, as well as the Apocrypha and pseudepigrapha.
Praised by Walter Brueggemann as “the benchmark and reference point for all future work,” the Hermeneia series was designed to provide critical and comprehensive discussion of each aspect of biblical interpretation. The volumes aren’t constrained by any arbitrary limit in size or scope, resulting in massive works of up to 1,000 pages.
Collections are the best way to get related books on topics you love at better prices. With that in mind, you’ll be happy to know that we recently introduced several newly-expanded collections.
Baker Academic New Testament Backgrounds (27 vols.)
Deepen your understanding of the New Testament with 27 volumes from today’s finest New Testament, Greek, and Judaic scholars—including Craig S. Keener, Michael F. Bird, Ben Witherington III, Bruce Metzger, and others.
This collection provides insight into the cultural, social, and religious contexts surrounding the Greco-Roman World, analyzes the credibility of the biblical canon, miracles, and exorcisms, and explores the history and impact of Judaism. Each volume is clear, comprehensive, and readable, and will benefit pastors, students, scholars, and laypeople interested in the most pressing topics in New Testament studies.
You may qualify for an ownership discount. Get it now!
Knowing the Bible Series (12 vols.)
Edited by J.I. Packer and Dane C. Ortlund, these study guides connect the story of God’s grace through Scripture to practical application, challenging questions, and theological discussions. Each volume in the series consists of a 12-week instructional course that offers significant ways to learn and study the Bible. Perfect for anyone who wants to enrich their Bible study, these enlightening Bible guides can be used for personal or group study.
Here are Gospel-minded pastors and scholars doing Gospel business from all the Scriptures—this is a biblical and theological feast preparing God’s people to apply the entire Bible to all of life with heart and mind wholly committed to Christ’s priorities.
—Bryan Chappell, president emeritus, Covenant Theological Seminary
You may qualify for an ownership discount. Get it now!
The Anchor Yale Bible (88 vols.)
The prestigious Anchor Yale Bible commentary series was recently updated with two new volumes: one on Revelation and one on Judges 1-12. This 88-volume series represents the pinnacle of biblical scholarship, drawing from the wisdom and resources of Protestant, Catholic, and Jewish scholars from around the world. These massive commentaries are written with the most exacting standards of scholarship, reflecting the highest technical accomplishment.
Get 10% off this premier series through Friday, May 1.
You may qualify for an ownership discount. Get it now!
Ready to get more books for less money? Get all three collections right now!
The newly released Library of New Testament Studies (LNTS/JSNTS) is the largest collection of Bloomsbury New Testament monographs available digitally.
At 85 volumes, it features cutting-edge scholarship on all aspects of New Testament study, including historical perspectives, social-scientific and literary theory, and theological, cultural, and contextual approaches.
You’ll find works edited or written by such authors as Richard Bauckham, Craig Evans, Stanley Porter, and D.A. Carson, and encounter unmatched strength of scholarship and reputation in each and every study.
Focus your New Testament study
Want to dive deeper into a particular area of NT study? With this collection, you’re likely to find a relevant resource no matter what the subject. A sampling of the included titles shows the breadth of topics covered:
- Jesus and the Oral Gospel Tradition
- The Finger of God and Pneumatology in Luke-Acts
- Word and Glory: On the Exegetical and Theological Background of John’s Prologue
- The Temple of Jesus’ Body: The Temple Theme in the Gospel of John
For a full list of included works, see the product page.
Get this collection for 40% off!
Not only are we offering this premier collection for 40% off, there’s a good chance you already own some of the volumes, qualifying you for an additional ownership discount. The 40% discount only lasts until April 30: take advantage of it today and give a significant boost to your New Testament studies.
Logos’ Pre-Publication program gets the titles you want into Logos, while also giving you the best discounts on those resources. Currently, there are dozens of valuable Bible reference works from Eerdmans available on Pre-Pub. You can get up to 34% off works on hermeneutics, biblical studies, preaching, history, philosophy, theology, and more.
Here are some great Eerdmans resources currently on Pre-Pub that you won’t want to miss:
Explore pertinent topics in missions, discipleship, and church structure with these select works from renowned missiologist Lesslie Newbigin. A prolific author and long-time missionary, Newbigin’s works laid the foundations of the missional church movement. The collection includes the popular The Gospel in a Pluralist Society, which provides a brilliant analysis of contemporary culture and suggests how Christians can more confidently affirm their faith in such a context.
Join leading New Testament scholar Ben Witherington as he examines major themes in New Testament practical and biblical theology. Examine how the Bible treats aspects of everyday life in The Rest of Life: Rest, Play, Eating, Studying, Sex from a Kingdom Perspective. Gain a better understanding of the kingdom of God with Imminent Domain: The Story of the Kingdom of God and Its Celebration.
The Pentecostal Manifestos Series presents six volumes of theologically robust resources from Christianity’s fastest-growing movement. You’ll find surveys of Pentecostal contributions to Christian philosophy, thorough treatments of the doctrine of the Holy Spirit, analysis of how science interacts with Pentecostal theology, and substantive biblical studies on Trinitarian doctrine.
One of the most influential theologians alive today, Yale professor Miroslav Volf is often referred to as “theologian of the bridge,” due to his contributions to interfaith dialogue. The works in this collection explore topics such as Christian living; the intersection of faith, politics, and business; and the ways in which faith functions in a globalized, postmodern society.
Study and appreciate Christianity’s rich Hebrew heritage with the help of distinguished Christian scholar of Judaism Marvin R. Wilson. In Our Father Abraham, Wilson offers an informed theological guide to the Jewish foundations of the Christian faith. Exploring Our Hebraic Heritage illuminates theological, spiritual, and ethical themes of the Hebrew Scriptures that directly affect Christian understanding and experience.
You can get all the resources above, plus many more, at an even greater discount! This 233-volume bundle is packed with the quality scholarship Eerdmans is known for, featuring the work of today’s premier Bible scholars, theologians, philosophers, and church historians.
In addition to the above collections, you’ll get the 23-volume Eerdmans Reformed Thought and History Collection, the 16-volume Eerdmans Biblical Studies Upgrade, the 25-volume Eerdmans Lutheran Thought and History Collection, the four-volume Eerdmans Philosophical Theology Collection, and much more.
One of the most fascinating developments to follow through the Bible’s storyline is the concept of God dwelling with his people. God, the creator of all that exists, gradually reveals his desire to be present and active with those who belong to him. Tracing this progressive revelation is cause for great worship and wondrous hope.
After God rescued the Israelites from Egypt, God commanded them to make him “a sanctuary, that I may dwell in their midst” (Exod. 25:8). God had given the Israelites new hope and identity by rescuing them from the Egyptians. Now, he revealed his intention to have his presence continually with them. Through both this “tabernacle” and the temple that followed, God lived among his people. How incredible it must have felt to have the Lord of all creation make his home with them!
Yet the tabernacle and temple were only a glimpse of God’s ultimate plan to draw near to his people. Isaiah prophesied about a coming “Emmanuel” (Isa. 7:14), a name which means “God with us.” In Jesus, God entered into his creation in a very tangible way. That the temple system allowed for the high priest to enter into God’s presence was astounding, but Jesus made God’s presence readily available to all. He did this in two ways.
First, Jesus revealed the character of God. He demonstrated the love, mercy, righteousness, and holiness of God in ways that we could easily see and understand. Following God was no longer merely about obeying commands, but about following the one who lived them out perfectly.
Second, Jesus made a way for sinners to come into God’s presence by providing a “once and for all,” perfect sacrifice for sin. The writer of Hebrews tells us that Christians “have confidence to enter the holy places by the blood of Jesus” (Heb. 10:19). Through Jesus’ death and resurrection, God both dwelt with us and provided a way for us to dwell with him.
With the coming of the Holy Spirit at Pentecost, we get another example of God’s desire to dwell with his people. Through the Holy Spirit, God intends to be ever present and active with his people, both as individuals and as the church (1 Cor. 6:19, 1 Cor. 3:16). In words only fully grasped with an understanding of the Israelite temple system, Paul asks the Corinthian church, “Do you not know that you are God’s temple and that God’s Spirit dwells in you?” Just as God’s presence dwelt in the inner sanctuary of the physical temple, so now his presence dwells with his church and with individual believers.
Yet the final piece in God’s plan to dwell with his people is still yet to come. In John’s vision of the new creation, he sees “the holy city, new Jerusalem, coming down out of heaven from God” (Rev. 21:2). John then hears “a loud voice from the throne saying, ‘Behold, the dwelling place of God is with man. He will dwell with them, and they will be his people, and God himself will be with them as their God’” (Rev. 21:3). As we’ve seen time and again, God enters into our world, moves into our neighborhood. This passage does not read, “. . . the dwelling place of man is with God,” but rather “. . . the dwelling place of God is with man.” God enters into our world, our realm, our lives. He is the great initiator. And apart from his continual movement towards us, we are hopeless.
What a joy that our hope is not in “us with God,” but in “God with us.” Emmanuel.
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Logos 6 is here, and finding the right base package has never been easier. While the standard track of base packages contains resources with broad appeal, we realize that some of the most valuable resources are those that speak to your individual tradition. Because of this, we’ve worked hard to create several different families of base packages for Logos 6.
Our base-package families now include Anglican, Reformed, Baptist, Lutheran, SDA, and Pentecostal and Charismatic. They combine Logos 6’s powerful study tools and Interactive Media with hundreds (or thousands!) of resources to help you not only study the Bible, but also your own Christian history and theology.
Even if you already own a standard Logos 6 base package, supplementing it with one or more of these new base packages is a great way to add valuable resources to your library at a phenomenal price.
Here’s a snapshot of what you’ll get in each base-package family:
Logos 6 Anglican
Top resources in Logos 6 Anglican that you won’t find in the standard track include N.T. Wright’s four-volume Christian Origins and the Question of God Series (Bronze and higher), the 17-volume Book of Common Prayer Collection (Gold and higher), and the 11-volume SPCK Alister McGrath Collection (Platinum and higher). You’ll also find many resources new to Logos 6 Anglican, like the three-volume Exegetical Dictionary of the New Testament and the three-volume Lectionary Commentary (both Bronze and higher).
Logos 6 Baptist
Logos 6 Baptist comes with top resources like the 41-volume New American Commentary Series (Silver and higher), the 15-volume A.T. Robertson Collection (Silver and higher), and the 13-volume B&H Pastoral Ministry Collection (Platinum and higher). Resources new to Logos 6 Baptist include the 20-volume IVP New Testament Commentary Series (Gold and higher) and the 19-volume Works of John Gill (Platinum and higher).
Logos 6 Lutheran
With Logos 6 Lutheran, you’ll get top resources not found in the standard track, like the four-volume Lutheran History Collection (Bronze and higher), the 16-volume Works of Dietrich Bonhoeffer (Silver and higher), and the 29-volume Select Studies in Martin Luther’s Life and Influence (Gold and higher). Key resources new to Logos 6 Lutheran include the seven-volume H.C. Leupold Commentary Collection (Bronze and higher) and the five-volume Encyclopedia of Christianity (only in Platinum).
Logos 6 Pentecostal & Charismatic
Key resources in Logos 6 Pentecostal & Charismatic that you won’t find in the standard track include the 24-volume Oswald Chambers Collection, the 36-volume Andrew Murray Collection (Bronze and higher), and the 62-volume David Guzik’s Commentaries on the Bible (only in Silver). You’ll also find resources new to Logos 6 Pentecostal & Charismatic, like the 20-volume IVP New Testament Commentary Series and the Baker Encyclopedia of Christian Apologetics (both only in Silver).
Logos 6 Reformed
With the Logos 6 Reformed track, you’ll get top resources like the 14-volume Barth’s Church Dogmatics (Gold and higher), the 11-volume A.A. Hodge Collection (Gold and higher), Herman Bavinck’s four-volume Reformed Dogmatics (Platinum and higher), and Richard Muller’s four-volume Post-Reformation Reformed Dogmatics. You’ll also get resources new to Logos 6 Reformed, like the 15-volume Pillar New Testament Commentary series (Gold and higher) and the 19-volume Continental Commentary Series (only in Portfolio).
Logos 6 SDA
Logos 6 SDA comes with key resources like 51 volumes of church ministry research and resources by Monte Sahlin, the 402-volume Ellen G. White’s Lifeworks Collection (Bronze and higher), and the three-volume Lexham High Definition New Testament (Bronze and higher). Top resources never before found in SDA base packages include the 20-volume IVP New Testament Commentary Series (Bronze and Silver) and the 27-volume Warren Wiersbe’s Old Testament “Be” Series (Bronze and Silver).
The Logos 6 family of base packages enhances your study with relevant and valuable resources to complement Logos 6’s smart study tools and Interactive Media. Additionally, when you purchase a base package, you get these resources at a deeply discounted price.
Whether you’re just getting started with Logos or you’re looking for a great way to add more books to your library, you can find the tools and library best suited for you with the Logos 6 family of base packages.
Or, give us a call on our Upgrade Express line at 888-875-9491—we’ll help you create your perfect library!