The New Year’s Sale Is Almost Over!

NewYears-EmailHeader_640x187You only have a few days left to save on commentary collections, devotionals, and more in the New Year’s sale!

The Genesis and John Collections will stick around after the sale is over, but not at their current prices. Now’s your last chance to save 40% on these two amazing collections filled with volumes from the New American Commentary, the Pillar New Testament Commentary, the International Critical Commentary, and more. You’ll get resources that will help you study these beloved books of the Bible for years to come.

Don’t miss these deals: check out the New Year’s sale now!

Learn and grow in 2015

Learning and growing are major components of many New Year’s resolutions, so why not make them even easier by taking your education to the next level with Logos Mobile Education?

During the New Year’s sale, you can save 15% and see the coherent, unifying storyline that runs through the Bible with BI201 The Story of the Bible, or take your study of Genesis even deeper with OT301 Origins of Genesis 1–3. If you’re looking for the best value, grab the Bible and Doctrine Foundations Bundle: you’ll get nine different courses, including courses on both Old and New Testament studies and a course delving into the end times.

With Mobile Ed, you’ll grow your ability to understand Scripture and study under some of the greatest professors of our day. The best part? You can do it at your own pace.

Check out what users are saying about Mobile Ed:

It gives me the opportunity to increase my biblical knowledge without the cost and commitment that would be required in a degree program.

—Eric

This is good if you want to do seminary like education without actually going to seminary and getting a BTh or MDiv.

—Michael B.

I think you’ll find that it enriches your personal life, enriches your personal study, and also greatly enriches your ministry.

—Mark S.

Super digestible content: makes the content incredibly easy to learn and absorb. Props to the educational designer!

—Jeffrey

See all Mobile Ed courses on sale.

Take your Bible study even further

Logos 6 brings all your resources together in one powerful, searchable library. Logos 6 also makes your resources more useful by providing instant information on biblical topics presented in the resources you love.

Want to know what the Bible has to say about marriage, food, or music? Logos will get you there quickly and deepen your understanding with Cultural Concepts.

And right now, you can save 15% on any Logos 6 base package, plus get up to $900.00 worth of free gifts with your purchase.

But hurry—Logos 6 introductory offers are disappearing soon!

Start 2015 Off with a Bang!

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Happy New Year! Start 2015 off right with devotionals, commentaries, and more.

Go back to the beginning with two brand-new commentary collections on Genesis and John. These collections include more than 100 volumes of commentaries on these well-loved books of the Bible. Here are just some of the commentaries available in these collections:

  • New American Commentary
  • International Critical Commentary
  • College Press NIV Commentary
  • Pillar New Testament Commentary
  • Cornerstone Biblical Commentary

Take your education to the next level

Advance your theological education in 2015 with Logos Mobile Education. The new commentary collections available during the New Year’s sale pair perfectly with the discounted Mobile Ed courses. With courses like OT 301 Origins of Genesis 1–3, the Bible and Doctrine Foundations Bundle, and BI 201 The Story of the Bible, you can start learning now from renowned professors like Dr. Mark Futato, Dr. John Walton, and Dr. Lynn Cohick—all at your own pace.

Don’t miss the opportunity to get 15% off these courses and take your education to the next level.

Stay on track with your reading

Don’t forget to pick up a devotional or two, like Tozer on the Almighty God or A Godward Life, and set up a reading plan in Logos 6 for the new year. Read the entire Bible by setting up a custom 90-day reading plan. If you start the reading plan now, you can finish the whole Bible just in time for Easter!

All of these resources are enhanced by the power of Logos 6, making them searchable and allowing you to pinpoint answers in seconds, so if you don’t already own it take the opportunity to pick it up before the introductory offer disappears.

Get the year started with a bang—shop the New Year’s sale now!

Last Chance to Get Christmas Deals!

Last chance for Christmas deals!You’re running out of time to take advantage of Christmas savings! For just a few more days, you can get great discounts on limited-time Christmas collections, topical bundles, some of our most-requested products, and more.

Save big on Christmas collections

Packed with over 40 commentary volumes on specific books like Matthew, Luke, Acts, Psalms, and more, Christmas collections are a deal you don’t want to miss! But you have to hurry: these collections are only available through December 31.

You’ll get volumes from popular commentary series like the New American Commentary Series, the International Critical Commentary Series, and the Pillar New Testament Commentary.

Check them out now!

Get 15% off topical bundles

During the Christmas sale, you can save 15% on topical bundles when you use coupon code BUNDLEUP14 at checkout. These bundles include a selection of resources essential to a specific area of study, like Old Testament studies, counseling, and preaching. 

Don’t miss your chance to get 15% off topical bundles today!

All 12 Days of Logos deals are live!

For this year’s 12 Days of Logos sale, we put 12 top resources on sale (plus one extra!), and right now you can save on every single one. This is a great opportunity to save on works like the New International Commentary on the Old Testament and New Testament, the Anchor Yale Bible Commentary, and the Timothy Keller Sermon Archive. 

Get them now before they’re gone!

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Christmas collections, 12 Days of Logos savings, bundles on the topics you care about—these deals aren’t gone yet, but they will be at 11:59 p.m. (PST) on December 31.

Take advantage of the Christmas sale before it’s too late!

 

Christmas Exclusive: Get Brand-New Commentary Collections

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This Christmas, we’ve hand selected 12 different Christmas collections full of great commentaries just for you. If you’re planning to preach on one of these books of the Bible, lead a Bible study during the Christmas season, or even just further your personal study on books like Luke, Matthew, the Psalms, and more, then these are the perfect collections for you. Each collection comprises over 40 volumes of commentaries that all focus on a single book of the Bible.

For example, here are just five of the volumes included in the Luke Christmas collection:

A Critical and Exegetical Commentary on the Gospel according to St. Luke

The depth of analysis found in the International Critical Commentary (ICC) has yet to be surpassed in any commentary collection. One of this series’ best features is the extensive amount of background information given in each volume’s introduction, where all the analysis is provided before the actual commentary begins. Each volume packs more information into the introduction than you’ll often find in the body of most commentaries!

The Gospel of Luke: The New International Greek Testament Commentary

This commentary series is established on the presupposition that the theological character of the New Testament documents calls for exegesis that is sensitive to theological themes as well as to the details of the historical, linguistic, and textual context. Such thorough exegetical work lies at the heart of these volumes, which contain detailed verse-by-verse commentary preceded by general comments on each section and subsection of the text.

Luke for Everyone

Tom Wright’s guide to Luke, which includes a wealth of information and background detail, provides insights for our understanding of the story of Jesus and its implications today. Here’s what others had to say:

In this series [Wright] excels as a communicator, making this the most exciting study guide since Barclay’s Daily Study Bible.

The Expository Times

College Press NIV Commentary: Luke

This commentary places modern readers in the shoes of the first readers of Luke’s Gospel. The assumption behind this commentary is that we can only know what Luke means if we know what Luke meant. We’re especially fortunate in this regard to be examining the Gospel of Luke, since Luke—more than any other Gospel writer—tells us what the message of Jesus meant in a later day. To give his readers this information, Luke provides a sequel—the book of Acts. This commentary therefore looks at the Gospel of Luke from the perspective of Acts, the best commentary on Luke’s Gospel, and with a view toward the modern church.

New American Commentary: Luke

Since commentaries are a fundamental tool for expositors or teachers seeking to interpret and apply Scripture in the church or the classroom, the New American Commentary focuses on communicating the theological structure and content of each biblical book. The writers seek to illuminate both the historical meaning and contemporary significance of Scripture.

When combined with the power of Logos 6, these commentaries become even more powerful, allowing you to quickly search and find your passage of study with just a few clicks!

These collections won’t be available for long, so don’t miss your opportunity to take advantage of these deals!

Logos’ Christmas Sale Is Here!

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The Christmas season is upon us! This Christmas, invest in a gift that keeps giving back all year long. With Logos 6, you can get a gift that truly gives back for years to come. Logos 6′s Bible study tools and resources will not only boost the power of your Logos library, but they’ll also help you and your congregation discover deep insights into God’s Word.

Exclusive limited-time collections

We know you have a lot going on this Christmas, but dedicating time to the reason for the season is important. That’s why you can also get special limited-time Christmas collections.

These collections are compilations of 40+ different commentaries, each on one of twelve books of the Bible. With collections on Luke, Matthew, Isaiah, Psalms, and more, you can take a deeper look at the story of the coming of the King and the prophecies that predated that event.

These collections are also massively discounted—many of these resources would normally cost over $1,500.00 when purchased individually, but right now you can get them for less than $300 when purchased together.

These Christmas collections are brand new and will only be offered during this Christmas sale, so don’t miss out!

15% off topical bundles

This Christmas, you can also get topical bundles for 15% off! These bundles will help stack your library with books on the topics that pique your interest. With topics like church history, Bible backgrounds, New Testament studies, and biblical interpretation, you can take the opportunity to grow your library at an even better price.

12 Days of Logos

Not only can you get these amazing collections and bundles on sale, but starting December 4, twelve of our top products will be on sale during the 12 Days of Logos! A new discounted product will be revealed each weekday, so be sure to sign up to get daily email updates so you don’t miss a single Christmas deal:





 
Check out the Christmas sale now!

We hope you have a very merry Christmas this year.

Logos 5 Update: Smart Selection

Logos 5Late on Sunday, October 26, we will be pushing out a massive update to many of our major resources.

This update, due to its large size, will take quite a bit of time to download, depending on the size of your library.

Due to the change in these resources, your software will also have to index when finished with the update. It might be a good idea to start your software first thing Monday morning and let Logos begin to update and organize your library.

This update will allow a significant number of your resources to work with the new smart-selection feature. Smart selection is a new Logos 5 feature that will autoselect clauses, sentences, and sometimes even paragraphs as you start to select them from a resource. Once you move beyond a single word or a couple of sentences, Logos finishes selecting the logical phrase or paragraph that would match your selection.

The purpose of smart selection is to simply make it faster and easier to select the text you want. It changes the behavior of the normal click + drag selection from only selecting the characters you drag over to detecting the words, clauses, sentences, and paragraphs that you show the intention of selecting.

For example, in the sentence “I am testing Logos 5′s new feature.” selecting the “e” and “w” in “new” will select the entire word “new” (reaching the end of a word will select the beginning of the word as well). Selecting the “e,” “w,” and “f” in “new feature” will select both full words, and dragging into any other words will instantly select those whole words as well. Whenever you pass a word, phrase, sentence, or paragraph boundary, it begins selecting at that level.

Holding the Alt key (or Option for Mac) will allow normal selection, and Alt + right click (or Option + click for Mac) will select the word’s logical cluster. This feature will be enabled on all Logos 5 software, but if you want to check and be sure, just go to your program settings under the tools menu and check and see if the smart selection feature is set to “yes.”

Because this feature is so great, it takes a lot of data on the back end to make it work. Therefore, we will be implementing these updates late on October 26 to cause as little inconvenience as possible. Thank you for your patience!

October’s Free Book: The Crucified God

October-Logos-free-book-of-the-monthThe Cross is one of the most important events in Christian history, only surpassed by the Resurrection. And this October, you can get The Crucified God by Jürgen Moltmann for free!

Taking the time to thoroughly examine the theology of the cross, Moltmann explores Christ’s crucifixion and resurrection, and he seeks to revolutionize the concept of God, thereby making his theology of hope more concrete in the eyes of the reader.

This is Jürgen Moltmann’s best and therefore most important book. He has substantially changed the central thrust of his theology without sacrificing its most vital element, its passionate concern for alleviation of the world’s suffering.

—Langdon Gilkey, professor emeritus of theology, The University of Chicago Divinity School

Don’t forget about the +One!

October-Logos-free-book-of-the-mont-plus-oneThroughout October, you can get a second book—Theology of Hope: On the Ground and the Implications of a Christian Eschatology—for only 99 cents!

In this book, Moltmann shows how theology can begin in hope and be considered as a theme in an eschatological light. He digs into the foundations of the hope of Christian faith and into the exercise of this hope in thought and action in our world today.

A stimulating and important book, a ‘must’ for every theological student and every preacher who wishes to become acquainted with the most significant movement in contemporary continental theology.

—The Christian Century

Enter to win the entire collection

You can also enter to win the 22-volume Jürgen Moltmann Collection, featuring these two titles. Earn additional entries by sharing the Free Book of the Month to your social networks!

Don’t wait—get your free book and +One today!

Pentecostal & Charismatic Resources for Your Studies

New-Charistmatic-Pentecostal-Base-Packages-15-OffLogos 5’s new Pentecostal & Charismatic base packages bundle the resources you need at a big discount. We know that trying to find the right books to equip you for study can be a difficult task, but with these libraries, you’ll have the resources you need right at your fingertips.

Get 15% off Pentecostal & Charismatic base packages today!

Here’s what you’ll get:

Foundations of Pentecostal Theology

In this volume, you’ll find thorough treatises of all the fundamental doctrines of the Christian church presented not as theory, but as teachings to be believed and practiced. Those doctrines which are considered to be “distinctives” of the Pentecostal movement are given extensive and complete treatment. This book provides an unmatched resource for all who seek to know sound doctrine that can be worked out in the realities of life and ministry.

Oswald Chambers Collection

If you’ve read and appreciated My Utmost for His Highest, you owe it to yourself to explore Chambers’ full-length essays and books. This collection brings together 24 of Chambers’ best full-length works on topics ranging from prayer to sin and from lessons on suffering to meditations on the Holy Spirit. As a former professor of philosophy and YMCA chaplain, Chambers provides insights that appeal powerfully both to the intellect and to the heart.

New Covenant Commentary Series (4 vols.)

This collection unwraps each selected New Testament book section by section, providing a clear view of each section’s theology and application. Focusing on both the text and various contexts of each book, this collection illustrates the impact each book had on faith and tradition at the time of its composition—and the significance each continues to have in contemporary life, faith, and ministry.

David Guzik’s Commentaries on the Bible (62 vols.)

These commentaries work section by section, presenting the biblical text and exposition in a straightforward format. Packed with helpful insights and context, these volumes examine the English text of the biblical book with limited reference to original languages, making them an ideal tool for anyone without language training. This series is a great guide for everyday Christians, as well as for teachers, preachers, Sunday school leaders, and small group facilitators.

The Life Application Bible Commentary (17 vols.)

The Life Application Bible Commentary series is ideal for personal Bible study, small groups, classes, and sermon preparation. This commentary series is exegetically accurate, theologically sound, and intensely practical. It will help any student of the Bible understand the scriptural text and apply it to their lives.

With Logos 5 Pentecostal & Charismatic, find what you’re looking for with unparalleled speed and precision. Scripture passages link to your favorite Bible translations, and you can easily study these resources side by side with the other commentaries in your digital library. This makes these texts more powerful and easier to access than ever before for scholarly work or personal study.

Enrich your Bible study with a Pentecostal & Charismatic base package, plus save an additional 15% with coupon code PCBP at checkout.

This deal won’t last forever, so get yours today!

Resources Worth Owning in Baptist Base Packages

Baptist BPLogos 5’s new Baptist base packages are loaded with handpicked resources at a fraction of the price. We’ve done the heavy lifting for you by collecting resources that will take you deeper and further in your Bible study!

Get 15% off a Baptist base package today: the higher the base package, the more resources you’ll get.

Get these essential resources:

The Works of Dwight L. Moody (26 vols.)

This collection contains hundreds of Moody’s sermons and addresses, plus his works on heaven, grace, prayer, the Ten Commandments, and Christian living, as well as his studies on biblical characters. This collection also contains two biographies and a daily devotional containing Moody’s reflections on a passage of Scripture for each day of the year.

Preacher’s Homiletic Commentary (38 vols.)

Written by preachers for preachers, this commentary is designed to foster the kind of Bible study that produces engaging and clear sermons. For every chapter of the Bible, this commentary contains a section on preaching themes. These sections are organized topically, conceptually, and chronologically for easy searching. This work ranks among the few Bible commentaries that remain practical and accessible without compromising scholarship, making it an integral part of sermon planning and preparation.

Warren Wiersbe’s Old Testament “Be” Series (27 vols.)

Breaking down each book into topical chapters, Wiersbe offers an approachable commentary series that allows any reader to understand the biblical text in new ways. The “Be” series is the culmination of Wiersbe’s life work and is respected by many as an easy-to-read, stimulating approach to Bible study.

Reading the New Testament Commentary (12 vols.)

Rather than following the verse-by-verse method of traditional commentaries, these volumes study section by section, concentrating on key concepts and how they’re developed. Each volume focuses on a close reading of the text’s final form or structure.  This series will make you feel right at home in the biblical texts.

The College Press NIV Commentary Series (40 vols.)

Containing 40 volumes and covering every book of the Bible,  this commentary collection delivers verse-by-verse explanation of the biblical text that’s as informative as it is accessible. This series brings together top-notch biblical scholarship and the clarity of the most popular modern Bible translations. The clear exposition makes this set useful for sermon preparation and Bible study, and the series’ scholarly approach makes it useful for advanced research on Scripture.

Save on a new library

With Logos 5 Baptist, find what you’re looking for with unparalleled speed and precision. Scripture passages link to your favorite translation and you can easily study these side by side with the other commentaries in your digital library.

Jump-start your Bible study with a Baptist base package and save big with an additional 15% off with coupon code BAPTISTBP at checkout. But hurry—this deal won’t last long!

What’s Your Bible Study Personality?

logos-bible-study-personality-quizWhat Bible study personality are you? Take the Logos Bible Study Personality Quiz and find out! Share your results with your friends online, then start saving on over 30 books catered to your personality type.

Take the quiz now!

The personality types:

The Academic: Critical commentaries are the only ones you read. You’re always looking for the latest scholarly debate and diving in with your sleeves rolled up, Logos at your side.

The Book Lover: You own a ton of books! Your friends need a library card just to look at your Logos library. When you get money you buy books, and if there’s anything left you get food and clothes.

The Logosian: You own more than one Logos base package. You use Logos on a daily basis and witness to your friends about it. You wear Logos swag to church, and you often brag about that time you emailed Bob.

The Original-Language Enthusiast: You know the correct pronunciation of “Logos.” You are fluent in Greek, Hebrew, and Aramaic, and you disdain reading English Bibles. Sometimes you start speaking in Koine to your friends by accident.

The Tough-Question Tackler: Someone wants to know about covenantal nomism? You’re on it. A friend asks about Barth’s revised supralapsarianism? No problem. No question should go unanswered.

The Bargain Scout: You love any good deal and are always one of the first to sign up for a giveaway. You love deep discounts and refuse to pay full price for anything. On any given Saturday, you can be found scouring garage sales.

Save on over 30 hand-selected resources

Once you get your results, you’ll have the chance to save on over 30 resources selected just for you.

Discover your Bible study personality and share it with your friends and loved ones—take the quiz now!