October’s monthly sale ends soon—if you’ve been waiting to shop these deals, don’t wait any longer! And if you’re looking for some of the best options, check out the five most popular deals this month.
Thu, October 6, 2016 | Products|
October’s deals are here! This is your chance to build your library based on the topics you’re interested in, choosing from a wide range of resources at great savings. There are a lot of great deals to choose from this month, but here are six that we really think you’ll want to know about:
1. The N.T. Wright Collection (52 vols.)—35% off
This massive collection includes the Christian Origins and the Question of God series, the entire New Testament for Everyone series, and many other works by one of today’s most influential Christian thinkers. Already own part of the collection? You’ll pay only for what’s new to you!
2. The Bible Knowledge Background Commentary: New Testament (3 vols.)—19% off
These three volumes, edited by Craig A. Evans, guide you through each book of the New Testament verse-by-verse while exploring the historical, cultural, and economic setting of the writings. Better understand how the New Testament’s first readers would have understood it by understanding their world.
3. Ancient Christian Writers Bundle (66 vols.)—20% off
Explore the riches of early Christian writings. This bundle presents critical translations of important texts from the Church’s first four centuries—including many works translated to English for the first time. Get essential works from Justin Martyr, Athanasius, Augustine, Jerome, and many others.
4. New Testament Text and Translation Commentary—21% off
In this accessible commentary, Philip W. Comfort examines variant readings of New Testament texts, providing an introduction to textual criticism. He also discusses the challenges translators of English versions face and surveys all major English translations. Build your knowledge of textual criticism and why it matters with Comfort’s clear explanations.
5. The Essential Works of Jonathan Edwards (11 vols.)—27% off
Want to study Edwards’ writings, but don’t need the massive collection? This selection gives you 11 of the most important volumes from the series, with more than 7,000 pages of content. The volumes include insightful analysis on Edward’s life and thought, providing helpful historical context.
6. Westminster Bible Companion Series (33 vols.)—25% off
This series offers concise, highly readable discussion that explains each biblical book in its original historical context and explores its significance for faithful living today. And the volumes are written by top scholars—Walter Brueggemann, Terence E. Fretheim, Eugene Peterson, and others.
That’s just the beginning of course. Browse all of October’s deals, and find just what you’re looking for.
Tue, April 19, 2016 | Products|
Genesis offers a wide scope of content and many interpretive issues which have led to countless viewpoints and controversies. With so much to consider, it’s difficult (if not impossible) for one commentary or study to touch on all of them. So how do you do get a comprehensive look at Genesis?
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Your Logos March Madness champion
Logos March Madness started with 64 authors facing off for your votes. After six rounds, and thousands of votes cast, you’ve chosen N.T. Wright as the 2016 Logos March Madness champion! Wright wins the title, but you also win. Get 70% off more than 50 of his works, including Paul and the Faithfulness of God, The New Testament and the People of God, volumes from the New Testament for Everyone Series, and much more!
Sat, March 26, 2016 | Products|
If you use Logos, odds are you love commentaries. The monthly sale is always a great way to add commentaries to your library, with savings on both commentary collections and individual volumes from popular series. And if you’re looking for insightful biblical analysis at a low price, these six deals are perfect for you.
Wed, March 16, 2016 | Products|
Round 2 results are in, and 16 authors will move on to round 3 of Logos March Madness. Of course, that means that 16 other authors didn’t get enough of your votes—but there’s good news: You can get select works by John Calvin, Michael Heiser, Karl Barth, and others for 35% off.
Mon, March 14, 2016 | Products|
The New Testament writers used a variety of literary and grammatical devices to help guide the reader. Known as “discourse devices,” these elements attract your attention to key information, alert you that something surprising is about to happen, and perform many other tasks. However, discourse devices are often not apparent in English translations—or easily understood even in the Greek text—except with years of language study.
Our understanding of the Greek New Testament is based almost entirely on English translations, but how would our understanding of the Greek text change if we read it for what it is—as Greek? That’s the power of understanding these discourse devices.
Wed, February 24, 2016 | Products|