How to Get a Great Deal on All the Features of Logos 8

Logos 8 launched last week and with it awesome features like Workflows, Canvas, the Theology Guide, and more.

While many Logos users have already chosen to get a complete upgrade (new features and new books), another popular option is the feature upgrade.

With a feature upgrade, you upgrade your software with new features without adding new books to your library, and you get a custom price that ensures you only pay for what’s new to you.

Learn about all feature upgrade options, and keep reading to learn if this option is best for you.

This option is for you if . . .

You want to make the most of the books you already have 

If you already own Logos, chances are you have a lot of books—thousands of pages of insights just waiting to be let out.

The new Logos 8 features release those insights so you can understand the Bible even better.

For example, the new Workflows feature will usher commentaries into your study at just the right time, or bring an insight from a Bible dictionary to help you understand a key word or concept. Having those resources gives Workflows more to work with.

So a feature upgrade is for you if you want to make the most of the books you already have.

See your unique price on feature upgrade options.

You only want certain features 

Every new Logos feature is powerful and fun, but you might have your eyes set on a few that best fit your needs.

With three levels of feature upgrades, you choose just the features that matter most to you.

Take Workflows, for example. There are different types of Workflows in every Logos 8 Feature Upgrade, and some are only included in the Full Feature Upgrade:

  • Workflows in Starter: Bible Study, Biblical Person, Topical, Devotional, Praying through Scripture
  • Workflows in Bronze: Everything in Starter + Biblical Place, Word Study, and Lectio Divina
  • Workflows in the Silver and up and the Full Feature Upgrade: Everything in Bronze + Expository Sermon Preparation and Passage Exegesis

You can compare all feature sets in complete detail to help you decide, but here’s a highlight of the main differences between the levels:

See your custom price on feature upgrade options.

Now is not the time for new books

If you are a Logos user, chances are you love books. And who can blame you? Books throw open the windows of our mind and change our lives.

But for a variety of reasons, now may not be the right time for you to invest in an expanded library. We want you to be able to make use better use of the books you already do own, which is why we make feature upgrades available.

And if you choose to grab a Logos library upgrade later, you can.

See your unique price on feature upgrade options.

So why get a feature upgrade?

In summary, a feature upgrade is for you if:

  • You already own a Logos base package and want just the new features (at your custom price)
  • You want to see what certain features in Logos 8 can do with your current resources
  • You sense that your current library will give the new features plenty to work with

If that’s you, shop feature upgrades.

Introducing Canvas, a New Way to Work the Text

Canvas is like joining your paper Bible, a whiteboard, and the power of Logos all into one to help you interpret and internalize God’s Word.

It’s a brand-new Logos feature that lets you work the biblical text in incredible ways. [Read more…]

Logos 8 Is Here—Watch the Trailer

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Something powerful happens when we study the Bible for ourselves. Familiar stories become richer, old truths more meaningful, and new discoveries change our lives. And at Faithlife, we want you to experience that for yourself.

That’s why when we made Logos Bible Software 8, we challenged ourselves to create new ways for you to take the next step in your Bible study, whether you’re a Bible scholar or are just beginning to study the Bible for yourself.

And that meant making Logos easier to use than ever.

Watch the trailer to see what’s new in Logos 8.

Introducing Workflows, a Brand-New Logos Feature

Fresh with the arrival of Logos 8 is Workflows, an exciting new Logos feature that takes you step by step through common Bible study processes.

We were really excited about this one as a company, and we’re thrilled to see that our customers love it, too.

Here are some of the comments that flooded in when Logos 8 launched on Monday: [Read more…]

How to Get Logos 8: All Your Options Clearly Explained

The new version of Logos Bible Software is here.

It’s redesigned in a big way to be faster and easier to use than ever. In fact, some users are calling it “the most powerful and user-friendly version of Logos Bible Software ever released.

Whether you’ve never owned Logos or have been with us from the start, here are all your options for how to get Logos 8, clearly explained. I’ll also explain why some customers choose one option over another. [Read more…]

Reformed Perspectives on Psalm 1 (Free Excerpt)

The Reformation Commentary on Scripture, an important and growing collection of biblical commentary, is one of the featured resources in the Logos Reformation Day sale.

Esteemed Christian historian Mark Knoll says of it, “The Reformation Commentary on Scripture is a major publishing event—for those with historical interest in the founding convictions of Protestantism, but even more for those who care about understanding the Bible . . . ” [Read more…]

5 Things You May Not Know about John Calvin


This week we’re celebrating the 501-year anniversary of the Reformation by discounting many Reformed resources and featuring Reformation excerpts and reflections on the blog.

Here are five facts about the esteemed author and theologian John Calvin you may not now. For just a few more days, you can save 50% on the largest collection of his writings available in English. [Read more…]

A Personal Word on the Preaching the Commentary Series

In a previous post, I shared an excerpt from the preface to the Preaching the Word Commentary Series, edited by Dr. R. Kent Hughes.

I want to follow up with a personal word about Dr. Hughes and his approach to preaching.

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Eugene Peterson Was a Listener, and That’s Why We Listened

Pastor and author Eugene Peterson entered the joy of his master this morning.

Peterson was a Presbyterian pastor for most of his adult life, though he’s best known for his writings—particularly The Message, a contemporary rendering of the entire Bible. [Read more…]

Kent Hughes: 3 Elements of Preaching that Pleases God

What kind of preaching pleases God?

That’s what Dr. Kent Hughes, esteemed preacher, professor, and editor of the Preaching the Word Commentary Series—which is 50% off for a short time—discusses in the excerpt below.

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