Don’t Miss Your Chance to Get 50% Off the A.W. Tozer Collection

tozer_blogimageYou only have a few more days to get the 57-volume A.W. Tozer Collection for 50% off the regular price. Here’s what you’ll get in this collection:

  • Nearly 11,000 pages of rich spiritual insights from one of the twentieth century’s most beloved pastors and writers
  • Classic works by Tozer, including The Pursuit of God, How to be Filled with the Holy Spirit, and much more
  • Multiple volumes compiled posthumously from Tozer’s sermons and essays

Through May 31, you can get this collection for only $199.95. And if you already own some of the volumes, you’ll pay even less.

Don’t wait—get the A.W. Tozer Collection today!

Get 50% off the A.W. Tozer Collection

tozer_blogimage A.W. Tozer was a dynamic preacher, prolific writer, and a no-nonsense man of God. Throughout his preaching career he gave practical, instructive, exhorting, and invigorating lessons to his listeners. The A.W. Tozer Collection includes 57 books written by Tozer or compiled posthumously from his sermons or editorials—nearly 11,000 pages of rich spiritual insights.

This month only, you can get the A.W. Tozer Collection for 50% off the regular price. Already own some of the volumes in the collection? You’ll get a custom discount based on what you own. Simply visit the product page and sign in to see your price.

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6 May Deals You Won’t Want to Miss

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Every month, we feature discounts on a wide range of products: commentaries, biblical and theological studies, preaching resources, and more. This May, you can get great deals on 100+ products. Not sure where to get started? Here are six of this month’s best offers:

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10 Deals Under $10

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April is almost over, and that means discounts on more than 100 great products are about to end. Don’t miss your chance to expand your library with deals on commentaries, theological studies, devotionals, and much more.

Looking for low prices? Check out these 10 products for under $10.

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3 Reasons to Get April’s Top Product

Blog Image 400x400There’s only one week left to save on the Understanding the Bible Commentary Series: New Testament. Here are three reasons to add this series to your library today:

1. You’ll get 32% off the series’ regular price—a savings of $80. Already have some of the volumes? You’ll pay only for what’s new to you.

2. You’ll get commentary on the New Testament books from Larry W. Hurtado, Craig A. Evans, F.F. Bruce, Gordon D. Fee, and other top scholars.

3. You’ll get a deeper understanding of the New Testament with volumes that present the best scholarship and make the ancient world understandable to modern readers.

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Don’t miss this chance to enrich your New Testament studies with this acclaimed commentary series—at a great discount. Get Understanding the Bible Commentary Series: New Testament today!

Eight Fabulous Deals—Commentaries, Preaching Resources, and More!

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With all the products in April’s monthly sale, how do you find the best deals? Here’s a place to start—eight popular products at great discounts.

  1. I Dare You Not to Bore Me with the Bible53% off
    Dr. Michael S. Heiser visits some of the Bible’s most obscure passages, unveiling their ancient context to help you interpret them today. This collection of essays from Bible Study Magazine will shock you, intrigue you, and completely change the way you view the Bible.
  2. Baker Academic Old Testament Backgrounds (16 vols.)29% off
    Inform your Old Testament studies and discover the ancient world. These 16 volumes cover a full range of Old Testament topics, including archaeology, sociology, and more.
  3. 300 Quotations for Preachers, with Slides20% off
    Enrich your sermons with professional slides featuring quotations from Augustine, Richard Baxter, John Calvin, G. K. Chesterton, John Chrysostom, Irenaeus of Lyons, Thomas à Kempis, Martin Luther, and many others.
  4. IVP Evangelical Theology Collection (11 vols.)32% off
    These volumes present essays from the annual Wheaton Theology Conference, covering such topics as biblical theology, apologetics, justification, ecclesiology, and much more.
  5. The Dictionary of Historical Theology29% off
    Get insightful articles on the key figures, theological movements, and significant texts that have shaped Christian thought from the early church to the present.
  6. Eerdmans Biblical Resources Series (14 vols.)30% off
    This series gives you essential works on a range of biblical studies topics, including apocalyptic literature, Jewish Hellenistic culture, Hebrew poetry, comparative religion, the historical-cultural setting of Revelation, and more.
  7. Exploring the Bible Commentary (16 vols.)30% off
    Dig into a number of Old and New Testament books with accessible commentaries featuring verse-by-verse analysis, introductions to biblical history and context, and overviews of important themes and events.
  8. Westminster Confession of Faith, including the Larger and Shorter Catechisms: American Revision (3 vols.)33% off
    Enrich your studies with one of the most important documents of Reformed thought, presented in the American revision.

Looking for even more deals?

There are more than 100 products on sale in April—check out all the deals available.

Get More Than 30% Off This Exceptional Commentary

The Understanding the Bible Commentary Series: New Testament—previously known as the New International Biblical Commentary: New Testament—breaks down the barriers between the ancient and modern worlds to helps you navigate the New Testament’s sometimes-difficult terrain.

Each volume features thoughtful section-by-section exposition, along with additional textual and technical comments for those who want to dig deeper.

This series gives you commentaries by top biblical scholars, including Larry W. Hurtado, Craig A. Evans, F.F. Bruce, and Gordon D. Fee. These gifted writers accessibly present the results of key critical methodologies and practices—while holding the biblical text in the highest regard. Whether you’re a study, a pastor, or a layperson, you’ll benefit from these volumes.

During April, you can get this invaluable series for 32% off the regular price. And if you already have some of the volumes, you’ll only pay for what’s new to you.

Get the Understanding the Bible Commentary Series: New Testament now!

Don’t Miss March’s Deals

marsale_blogMarch’s sale is almost over, but there’s still time to save on a wide range of commentaries, theological works, reference volumes, and more.

Check out these deals under $15:

revelations-rhapsodyRevelation’s Rhapsody by Robert Lowry—get it for $10.95!

Get clear guidelines on interpreting the New Testament’s most challenging book and understanding how its message applies to Christians of every century.

Why God Won’t Go Away by Alister McGrath—get it for $10.95!

In this book, McGrath provides a spirited rebuttal to the claims of the New Atheists, critiquing the New Atheism on its own merits and exploring key issues.

Romans: The Crossway Classic Commentaries by Charles Hodge—get it for $9.95!

Study Romans with one of the most influential Reformed theologians.

using-illustrations-to-preach-with-powerUsing Illustrations to Preach with Power by Bryan Chapell—get it for $9.95!

See how to empower your sermons with illustrations that help your listeners understand and apply the Word.

Principles of Biblical Interpretation: Sacred Hermeneutics by Louis Berkhof—get it for $10.95!

Affirming and expanding upon B.B. Warfield’s definition of inspiration, Berkhof outlines how to interpret Scripture as the uniquely inspired Word of God.

Teaching Acts by David Cook—get it for $7.95!

Understand how to present Acts’ messages to the church today.

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Don’t miss the chance to get these invaluable volumes at low prices—and don’t forget the check out the rest of March’s deals!

Get 40% Off Logos March Madness Round 3 Books

Logos March Madness’ third round featured some of the closest matchups yet, but the results are in. Eight more authors have been eliminated, and you can get 40% off selected works by:

  • F.F. Bruce
  • Millard Erickson
  • William Barclay
  • Martyn Lloyd-Jones
  • R.C. Sproul
  • Charles Spurgeon
  • Scot McKnight
  • Dietrich Bonhoeffer

Save 40% on more than 150 round 3 deals!

Vote for your favorites in round 4

Each round of Logos March Madness has featured close matchups, so don’t forget to vote for your favorites. Winners in this round advance to the Final 4—and eliminated authors have selected works discounted by 45%.

Round 4 (Elite 8) matchups:

  • N.T. Wright vs. J.I. Packer
  • Darrell L. Bock vs. D.A. Carson
  • Leon Morris vs. A.W. Tozer
  • G.K. Beale vs. Douglas Moo

Voting ends March 20 at 5:00 p.m. (PST)—vote now!

Chaucer, Shakespeare, Marlowe & More: Get 80% Off!

library-of-early-english-historyGet a firsthand look at English life and literature in the fifteenth, sixteenth, and seventeenth centuries with the Library of Early English History. This massive collection comprises more than 25,000 commonly cited texts, giving you a wealth of resources for historical or literary study.

Examine great works of literature in a new way

Spanning from 1461 to 1683, this collection features early editions of some of English literature’s greatest works, including Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales, Malory’s Morte d’Arthur, William Shakespeare’s plays, Christopher Marlowe’s works, and many other plays, poems, and romances. You’ll also get a look at how English writers interpreted the classics, with Renaissance-era translations of ancient Greek and Roman works of literature. And Logos’ tools make it easy to look up unfamiliar terms or compare these early editions to others in your library.

Primary sources at your fingertips

In addition to classic literature, this collection also includes a wide range of royal statutes and proclamations; military, religious, legal, and Parliamentary documents; sermons; homilies; liturgies; and more. Look at everything from daily life to the decisions that shaped English history. Search the archive for any mention of specific people or places, easily finding what you want to know. These documents will enrich your study of any aspect English history—and with Logos, you can automatically cite your sources. These documents also give you invaluable context for studying literary works. Understand the political, social, and religious background behind works we still read today—and see them in a whole new light.

The Logos advantage

Whether you’re interested in history or literature, the Library of Early English History is an invaluable addition to your studies. And Logos’ research tools make it that much better. Search the archive quickly, study related texts side by side, and more. For a limited time, pre-order the Library of Early English History for only $249.95—80% off the regular price.

Don’t miss your chance to save on this amazing resource. Pre-order yours today!