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Free Book of the Month: Psalms and Hymns of Isaac Watts

“Blest are the humble souls that see their emptiness and poverty; Treasures of grace to them are giv’n, and crowns of joy laid up in heav’n.”—Isaac Watts

The Psalms and Hymns of Isaac Watts is September’s Free Book of the Month!

Isaac Watts (1674–1748) was an English hymnist and theologian. Recognized as the “Father of English Hymnody,” he wrote over 500 hymns, including “Joy to the World” and “When I Survey the Wondrous Cross.”

As a young boy, Watts began to write poems and hymns to delight his mother. He received an excellent education as a child and then studied at the nonconformist academy at Stoke Newington. After completing his education, Watts began to write hymns. The Psalms and Hymns of Isaac Watts puts all his beloved hymns at your fingertips.

You can get Watts’ book free through the end of September, and when you visit the Free Book of the Month page, you can enter to win the 14-volume Works of Isaac Watts collection.

Visit the Free Book of the Month page now to download your free book and enter the giveaway!

Experience the Biblical Story with Rich Media

Sometimes all it takes for an idea to really click is a strong visual representation. Infographics make information more accessible, engaging, and memorable. That’s why the Faithlife Study Bible supplements its study notes with stunning images, videos, and infographics of biblical places and artifacts.

When we talk about infographics, we’re not talking about pie charts and bar graphs. We’re talking about dynamic, colorful graphic art that brings the Bible’s information to life.

The Faithlife Study Bible gives you:

  • Infographics—See the Bible’s story with over 120 infographics, timelines, and tables.
  • Photos—Get to know biblical locales, including Israel, Greece, and Turkey, with over 240 pictures.
  • Videos—Visit the Bible’s setting with over 35 videos.

We’re never done building the Faithlife Study Bible’s study notes and infographics. We’ll be adding rich media and study materials to the FSB all the time!

You can get the Faithlife Study Bible absolutely free through March, 2014.

Win a Scholar’s Library from Faithlife!

Enter now and you could win a Scholar’s Library base package from Faithlife. This grand prize will add more than 475 books and commentaries—worth nearly $8,000 in print—to your library. When you combine the Scholar’s Library with the powerful Faithlife Study Bible, you have the raw materials for profound Bible study. Enter now!

Save a Bundle during the Logos Labor Day Sale!

For many, Labor Day marks the end of summer activities and a return to serious Bible study. In keeping with this tradition, we’re discounting four bestselling books and collections for Labor Day. These titles will add both diversity and functionality to your sermon preparation, Sunday school lesson, or home and study-group discussion—not to mention your personal edification.

This sale has everything you need for first-rate study: a 17-volume commentary on the New Testament, a Bible dictionary, a 4-volume scholarly Bible encyclopedia, and a dictionary dedicated entirely to theological history and development.

The Life Application Bible Commentary

Retail: $249.95  Regularly: $199.95

Only $149.95 with coupon code LABORDAY1

Like many commentaries, the 17-volume Life Application Bible Commentary collection walks you through the New Testament verse by verse, giving you explanations, backgrounds, biographies, and geographic information. Where this series really excels is in its valuable suggestions and questions for application. Each section is full of life-giving wisdom for you and your ministry.

Let the Life Application Bible Commentary help you prepare your sermons, Sunday school lessons, youth-group talks, and small-group discussions.

Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible

Retail: $45.00

Only $29.95 with coupon code LABORDAY2

Eerdmans has a reputation in the academic community for publishing trustworthy and relevant materials. Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible is no exception. With nearly 5,000 entries, this dictionary explains every book, person, place, significant event, and distinctive term or expression found in the Bible.

The Eerdmans editorial team  has incorporated articles that explore and interpret important focuses of biblical theology, text and transmission, Near Eastern archaeology, extrabiblical writings, and pertinent ecclesiastical traditions—all of which help make the Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible the most comprehensive and up to date one-volume Bible dictionary on the market today.

International Standard Bible Encyclopedia (1979–1995)

Retail: $149.95  Regularly: $129.95

Only $99.95 with the coupon code LABORDAY3

Imagine searchable access to nearly 9,000 scholarly entries on biblical topics, including 3,500 cross-references, nearly 1,500 photos, and over 300 maps. You’ll quickly see why this encyclopedia won the Evangelical Christian Publishers Association’s Gold Medallion Award for Bible Study and Theology and the Gold Medallion Award recipient for Best Reference Work!

“I use this set more than any other reference work I own. Great articles on every major doctrine, person, place, and event in the Bible. This one is indispensable!”—Dr. Kim Riddlebarger

The Dictionary of Historical Theology

Retail: $69.95  Regularly: $44.95

Only $29.95 with coupon code LABORDAY4

This is a must-have resource for anyone interested in Christian theology’s history and development. The volume features more than 300 entries detailing the theological figures, movements, and texts that have shaped Christian thought. The 173 contributors to The Dictionary of Historical Theology, drawn from international and interdenominational circles, trace theology’s development from the early church to today.

“There are well crafted articles by excellent scholars, and topics which take me beyond familiar terrain. It would be a worthwhile addition to one’s reference collection.”—Denver Journal

“Recommended not only for academic and seminary libraries but for community libraries whose members have an interest in Christian theology.”—Library Journal

Taken individually, any of these products will dramatically improve your Bible study. Add them together and you have a powerful storehouse of networked resources. Don’t miss your opportunity to advantage of these discounts!

These superb Labor Day savings are available only through September 5, 2012. Get them now!

4 More Days to Download August’s Free Book!

If you’ve been downloading the Free Books of the Month since the promotion started, you’ve added eight new titles to your library by now—a $125+ value! You’ve also had eight chances to win entire collections from each of the authors.

If this is the first you’ve heard of Free Book of the Month, don’t worry. There’s still four days to pick up August’s free book: The Epistle to the Hebrews by Brooke Foss Westcott.

Westcott, a British bishop, biblical scholar, and theologian, served as bishop of Durham from 1890 until his death in 1901. He studied at Trinity College, Cambridge, from which he graduated in 1848. Staying on at Trinity, he obtained his fellowship in 1849 and was ordained as deacon and priest. He went on to receive honorary degrees from Oxford (1881) and Edinburgh (1883).

He was the author of numerous works, including four volumes in the fourteen-volume Classic Commentaries on the Greek New Testament, which you can enter to win now at August’s Free Book of the Month page.

If you haven’t downloaded August’s Free Book of the Month, get it now. And while you’re at it, enter to win the Classic Commentaries on the Greek New Testament, worth nearly $200!

Win a Scholar’s Library from Faithlife

The minds behind the world’s most advanced study Bible want to strengthen your ministry by giving you comprehensive tools for biblical study. Enter now and you could win a Scholar’s Library base package from Faithlife. This grand prize will add more than 475 books and commentaries—worth nearly $8,000 in print—to your library. When you combine the Scholar’s Library with the powerful Faithlife Study Bible, you have the raw materials for profound Bible study.

By itself, the Faithlife Study Bible equips you for dynamic Bible study. You start with the complete biblical text in the trustworthy Lexham English Bible translation and then add:

  • Three layers of study notes—go deeper into the meaning of the text.
  • The Lexham Bible Dictionary—learn from more than 2,700 articles.
  • Rich media—augment your study with tons of photos, videos, and infographics.
  • Community Notes—share favorite verses, thoughts, and questions with your church, small group, etc.
  • Reading plans—read through the Bible with groups.
  • Devotions—reflect on the Faithlife Study Bible’s daily devotionals.
  • Smart searches—find what you’re looking for when you need it.
  • Highlighting—customize your notes with more than 80 colors and symbols.
  • Document sharing—share notes, lesson plans, outlines, and more with your groups.

Enter the giveaway now!

Get the Faithlife Study Bible free through March, 2014.

Knox DMin Classes Kick Off in Bellingham, WA

Dr. Samuel Lamerson

You’ve probably heard about Knox Theological Seminary’s DMin in Preaching and Teaching. It’s an amazing opportunity to learn world-class theology while mastering the world’s best Bible study software.

The first round of classes kicked off in Bellingham, WA, August 13! If you missed the first classes, though, you don’t have to wait for the DMin program to start over. One of the wonderful things about the program is that the classes run cyclically. You can start the program anywhere in the cycle and be on track to earn your doctorate in three years.

Here’s a rundown of the first two classes that students attended:

Enriching Preaching through Logos Bible Software

This course introduces students to a foundation of sound exegetical competence upon which to build an effective teaching and preaching ministry. Developed to teach pastors and teachers the latest software tools in exegetical analysis, this class stresses both skill and time efficiency. Students learn to use Logos Bible Software as a resource—a source of thousands of illustrations and sermon texts to enrich biblical teaching. The class develops the timeless principles of classical rhetoric, as first identified by Aristotle, to give structure and force to students’ messages.

This class is taught by Dr. Samuel Lamerson, whose teaching philosophy can be expressed in this Yeats quotation: “Education is not the filling of a pail, but the lighting of a fire.” Dr. Lamerson seeks to light a fire in his students causing them to become lifelong students of God’s Word. He uniquely combines academic research and teaching with 16 years of pastoral experience, ranging from senior pastor to director of children’s ministries.

The Art of Exegetical Theology in Preaching

Dr. Warren Gage

Moving beyond textual analysis, this course helps students look at the totality of the biblical canon’s structure. Students look to the iconic aspect of the text, developing an awareness of form and a sense of symbol. Exploring the redemptive message of the Bible as story, students learn to tell the story of heaven’s bridegroom, who came to slay the great, red dragon, to rescue his beloved, and to take her to the palace of his father, the king.

Instructor Dr. Warren Gage believes that students should be trained to preach the Word, be prepared in season and out of season to correct, rebuke, and encourage, with great patience and careful instruction (2 Tim. 4:2–3). Passionate about biblical theology, Dr. Gage relishes the opportunity to prepare Knox students for the highest of all callings—the Gospel ministry of our lord Jesus Christ.

Get Started on Your Doctorate Today

The next classes will be held in October in Ft. Lauderdale, FL.

  • The Art of Exegetical Theology in Preaching—October 15–19 
  • Biblical Theology and Preaching That Inspires—October 22–26

Deadline to apply is September 19, so apply now and save your seat for the next round of classes!

Save Now on Our Most Popular Resources!

Summer’s coming to a close, and you know what that means—people everywhere are getting ready to go back to school. If you’re looking for the best prices on the finest academic resources, Logos has you covered! Whether you’re a student or not, our Back to School Sale will help you save big on some of our most popular resources.

Here’s just a few of the amazing resources and amazing prices you’ll find:

The New International Commentary on the Old Testament (23 vols.)

Retail: $899.95 

Only $689.95 with Coupon Code B2SNICOT

The NICOT has long been the gold standard in Old Testament exegesis. Such authors as Gordon Wenham, Bruce Waltke, Tremper Longman III, and Daniel Block make this a must-have series.

New International Commentary on the New Testament (21 vols.)

Retail: $879.95 

Only $679.95 with Coupon Code B2SNICNT

Begun in the late 1940s by an international team of New Testament scholars, the NICNT series has earned pastors’, students’, and scholars’ acclaim as a critical yet orthodox commentary marked by solid biblical scholarship within the evangelical Protestant tradition.

Baker Exegetical Commentary on the New Testament (15 vols.) 

Retail: 699.95

Only $449.95 with Coupon Code B2SBECNT

The BECNT is one of today’s most respected sources for New Testament exegesis. Praised for its insightful scholarship, the BECNT is an essential exegetical commentary for any Bible study library.

That’s Not All!

We have more savings in store for you. Take a look at the Back to School Sale now for deep discounts on valuable resources!

The Lexham Bible Dictionary: A Growing, Dynamic Resource




In March, Encyclopædia Britannica Inc. announced that, after publishing encyclopedias for the last 200 years, they would not be printing books any longer. With information changing so rapidly, their encyclopedias were obsolete as soon as they were printed. Instead of focusing on physical books, Encyclopædia Britannica made the decision to focus on digital editions.

The beauty of electronic resources is that they don’t have to be static—they can be dynamic and flexible! As a world leader in electronic publishing, we’ve known this for a while. Take, for example, the Lexham Bible Dictionary.

The Lexham Bible Dictionary includes more than 1,500,000 words in 2,700-plus articles from over 250 different contributors. Not only can you expect in-depth, scholarly content—you can count on new articles and additions to existing articles developed in response to new discoveries, perspectives, and controversies. With the Lexham Bible Dictionary, you’re getting the latest information and the freshest perspective.

The Lexham Bible Dictionary is part of the bundle of resources that come with the Faithlife Study Bible. And you can get the Faithlife Study Bible for free with the coupon code FREE—through March, 2014. Once you download the Faithlife Study Bible, the Lexham Bible Dictionary will be part of your Bible study notes and a stand-alone resource you can access through Logos 4, with our mobile apps (iOS and Android), and on Biblia.com.

Use the coupon code FREE and get the Faithlife Study Bible now!

Get the Resources You Want at Incredible Prices

As lots of Logos users will tell you, Pre-Pub is a terrific way to pay less for more! Unfamiliar with the Pre-Pub program? This short video explains it well.

Use the Pre-Pub page’s faceted browsing to see the newest, best-selling, and lowest-priced products available. Or search Pre-Pubs by progress—from the products shipping soonest through the ones still building interest.

Speaking of products shipping, the following Pre-Pubs ship this month.* Don’t miss your chance to get the best deals on some fabulous resources!

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Explore our Pre-Pub page today and, while you’re there, sign up to keep abreast of every new Pre-Pub with our Pre-Pub email list, which you can also access from the notifications page. You can also sign up for Pre-Pub updates on Twitter!

*If you hurry, you can still get in on the Pre-Pubs shipping today (August 15, 2012)!

Win a Nexus 7 Tablet from Vyrso!

Ready to be part of the mobile revolution? Vyrso, your source for Christian ebooks, is giving away a brand-new 8 GB Nexus 7—the device Wired magazine called the “the best Android tablet yet.” But that’s not all! Vyrso’s loading up that Nexus 7 with the entire Kirkdale Press catalog, plus 10 ebooks of your choice from a selection of remarkable authors:

Vyrso is even adding a copy of Karen Kingbury’s Coming Homeas well as titles from these Faithlife Women Conference* speakers:

What are you waiting for? Enter the Nexus 7 giveaway now!

 

*Did you know you can attend the Faithlife Women Conference for free?

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