Pre-order These Christian Ethics Collections Before They Ship!

Right now, you can pre-order several Christian ethics collections at up to 40% off! Written and compiled by experts in the field, these works address many of today’s most pressing ethical issues. And they’re about to ship—don’t miss out!

Pre-order these collections today:


Augsburg Fortress Ethics Collection

Regularly $199.95—Get it for $184.95 on Pre-Pub

Discover the sources and traditions behind today’s ethical principles and norms. The Augsburg Fortress Ethics Collection gives you nine volumes of diverse contemporary and classical Christian thought. Trusted scholars and theologians discuss war, sexuality, abortion, globalization, the environment, immigration, politics, science, and more.

Select Works of John Howard Yoder

Regularly $96.95—get it for $57.95 on Pre-Pub

This collection gives you three important texts illuminating Yoder’s wisdom and theological depth. Preface to Theology introduces Yoder’s theology straight from his seminary curriculum and reveals his passionate commitment to Christology. The War of the Lamb and Christian Attitudes to War, Peace, and Revolution present Yoder’s writings and theology on pacifism, violence, and just-war and just-peacemaking theory. These posthumously published works address theological needs still present today.

tt-clark-studies-in-ethics (1)T&T Clark Studies in Ethics

Regularly $99.95—get it for $74.95 on Pre-Pub

The T&T Clark Studies in Ethics collection offers a helpful overview of the field, as well as modern research on various ethical issues. It discusses general approaches to ethics and paves new roads in ethical thought. With titles like Christian Ethics: A Guide for the Perplexed, Moral Theology for the Twenty First Century, and Living for the Future, you’ll find trustworthy Christian perspectives on a variety of tough issues.

Baylor Ethics Collection

Regularly $109.95—get it for $72.95 on Pre-Pub

This collection of Baylor volumes presents valuable writing on general Christian ethics, as well as such important topics as pacifism and ecology. Harry J. Huebner’s massive Introduction to Christian Ethics represents a new standard in Christian ethics studies, covering ancient, modern, and postmodern traditions and figures. Living with Other Creatures and Greening Paul represent current scholarship on the relationship between Christianity, Scripture, and the ethics of ecology. And Nonviolence: A Brief History presents John Howard Yoder’s influential Warsaw lectures.

wipf-and-stock-studies-in-ethicsWipf & Stock Studies in Ethics

Regularly $84.95—get it for $64.95 on Pre-Pub

The Wipf & Stock Studies in Ethics collection presents four studies on the relevance of Christian ethics to today’s complex issues, as well as a text on methods of ethical analysis. You’ll learn about Gospel-centered nonviolence, the current injustices of the world economy, biblical writings on homosexuality, and the relevance of theology to issues of life and death.

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Pre-order These Youth Ministry Collections Before They Ship!


Students are home from summer vacations, school is back in session, and youth leaders are preparing for a busy season of teaching. If you’re involved in youth ministry, now is the time to add some valuable ministry and leadership content to your library!

Pre-order these collections now and you’ll get them at the discounted Pre-Pub pricing:

Youth Ministry and Leadership Collection

Regularly $184.95—get it for $129.95 on Pre-Pub

This 20 vol. collection provides ideas, tips, and suggestions for leading today’s youth. Investing in your role as a caregiver will multiply your impact in the lives of teenagers, free you to know that God will strengthen you during difficult ministry moments, and encourage you to see yourself as someone who can make a lasting difference. You’ll find yourself regularly returning to this collection for inspiration, ideas, and insights as you progress through your ministry journey.

youth-and-emerging-adult-collectionYouth and Emerging Adult Collection

Regularly $55.18—get it for $40.95 on Pre-Pub

Get a practical theology for emerging adult ministry, as well as insights into the key developmental issues of this stage of life. These three volumes discuss identity, intimacy and sexuality, morality, church involvement, spiritual formation, vocation, mentoring, and more. The authors—Dean Borgman, David P. Setran, Chris Kiesling, and Mark W. Cannister—offer more than 80 years of combined wisdom. Pastors, parents, counselors, and anyone else involved in youth and young-adult ministry will benefit from these works.

college-press-evangelism-collectionCollege Press Evangelism Collection

Regularly $89.95—get it for $69.95 on Pre-Pub

In Matthew 28:19, Jesus says, “Go therefore and make disciples of all nations.” How do Christians respond to the Great Commission? What are the requisites for evangelism? The College Press Evangelism Collection gives you the tools to be “prepared to make a defense to anyone who asks you for a reason for the hope that is in you” (1 Peter 3:15). It offers encouragement and insight to Christians who want to become missionaries in their community.

teachers-bible-commentary-seriesTeacher’s Bible Commentary Series

Regularly $49.95—get it for $39.95 on Pre-Pub

This commentary is designed to help teachers reach children and youth in a variety of settings—family, church, day school, the mission field, or anywhere else the Bible is being taught. It directs both experienced and inexperienced teachers to a richer understanding of Scripture, and prepares them to lead students to the Bible’s grand narrative of redemption. It also offers Scripture-memory verses for three age levels.

Equip yourself to raise up the next generation of leaders—pre-order these collections today!

The Upgrade Sale Ends Today!

Logos 5This is it: today is your last chance.

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You know you’re eligible for multiple discounts. You’ve heard all about Logos 5’s powerful tools, innovative datasets, and sought-after resources. You know that upgrade discounts will never be this big again—and that you have just a few hours left.

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Last Chance: Get up to $370 off the Anchor Yale Bible Reference Library

anchor-yale-bible-reference-libraryYou have only a few days left to save on the Anchor Yale Bible Reference Library! Use coupon code AYBRL13 to get up to $370 off the entire collection, depending on what you already own.

Expand your biblical knowledge

The Anchor Yale Bible series presents modern scholarship in a way that’s accessible not only to academics, but to anyone looking to know the Bible better. The series is committed to sound philological and historical scholarship, supplemented by insights from such modern methods as sociological and literary criticism.

Learn from respected scholars

You’ll learn from well-known contributors like:

  • Joseph Blenkinsopp
  • Raymond E. Brown
  • James H. Charlesworth
  • John P. Meier
  • Susan Ackerman
  • And others

And with such a diverse range of authors, you’ll find insights into a wide range of topics with volumes like Education in Ancient IsraelArchaeology of the Land of the BibleJesus and the Dead Sea Scrolls, and more.

Don’t miss out—use coupon code AYBRL13 and get the Anchor Yale Bible Reference Library for up to $370 off!

Craft Stronger Sermons with the Sermon Starter Guide

Build better sermons, faster, with Logos 5’s Sermon Starter Guide. The Sermon Starter Guide pulls results specific to preaching and teaching: outlines, key passages, scholarly insights, topics, illustrations, and more. You’ll have everything you need to craft sermons that matter.

You can search your favorite commentaries, study original-language word meanings, and even listen to sermons from some of your favorite preachers. And when you’re finished, it’s easy to export to Proclaim or PowerPoint.

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10 Compelling Charles Stanley Quotes

Charles StanleyCharles Stanley—senior pastor of First Baptist Church Atlanta, founder and president of In Touch Ministries, and New York Times bestselling author—turns 81 today. To celebrate, we’ve gathered 10 of his most inspiring quotes, all of which can be found in the Charles Stanley Collection.

1.”God has a master plan for your life, and that master plan does not change either. It is a plan designed specifically for you. It is a plan that God intends for you to live out fully, beginning at the moment of your birth and never ending until the moment of your death.” (Discover Your Destiny)

2. “If we walk in the Spirit daily, surrendered to His power, we have the right to expect anything we need to hear from God.” (How to Listen to God)

3. “You may go through difficulty, hardship, or trial—but as long as you are anchored to Him, you will have hope.” (In Touch with God)

4. “After brokenness, our lives can be more fruitful, more purposeful, and more joyful. A genuine blessing can come in the wake of being broken.” (Developing Inner Strength)

5. “Apart from Jesus, there is no peace—not within a human heart, and not among human beings or nations. With Jesus, we can experience peace that passes our rational minds and settles deep within (Phil. 4:7).” (Preparing for Christ’s Return) [Read more…]

Get the Best Price on Matthew Poole’s Commentary

Matthew PooleRight now, you can bid on Matthew Poole’s Commentary on the Holy Bible at 67% off!

“If I must have only one commentary, and had read Matthew Henry as I have, I do not know but what I should choose Poole. He is a very prudent and judicious commentator . . . not so pithy and witty by far as Matthew Henry, but he is perhaps more accurate, less a commentator, and more an expositor.”
Charles Spurgeon

Who was Matthew Poole?

Poole was one of the seventeenth century’s most influential Puritan ministers and thinkers. A clergyman in England during a time of religious persecution, he fled the country because of death threats. Poole was a devoted Christian, full of integrity and perseverance, as well as a great theologian and writer. His commentary series continues to be a trusted resource for pastors and laity.

Poole’s exposition offers verse-by-verse insight into the entire Bible. Characterized by questions and answers, attention to cultural context, and cross-references, it includes a brief introduction and summary for each chapter and book of the Bible. [Read more…]

Upgrade Sale: Your Last Week to Save!

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If you’d prefer to talk through your options, call our sales team at 800-875-6467 or send them an email. We’ve even extended our hours over the next week:

  • Monday, September 23: 6 a.m.–9 p.m.
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Get These Collections at the Best Prices!

Community Pricing lets you help pick the prices of brand-new Logos resources. It’s your best chance to build up your library for less. But because of those incredible prices, many products don’t last long in the Community Pricing stage. When you see a collection or book you want, place your bid! Once it leaves Community Pricing, you’ll miss out on that price for good.

Here are seven collections you’re about to miss:


Oxyrhynchus Papyri

Regularly $299.95—current bid is only $150

In 1898, Bernard P. Grenfell and Arthur S. Hunt discovered thousands of papyri fragments just outside the ruins of the ancient city of Oxyrhynchus. These fragments turned out to be one of the most important papyri discoveries of all time, providing access to the editors’ transcriptions of over 1,800 fragments of detailed notes, translations, and commentary.

The Whole Works of the Rev. Ebenezer Erskine

Regularly $79.95—current bid is only $34

Ebenezer Erskine was a Scottish minister, talented orator, and key figure in the Secession Church in Scotland. He was known as a man of incorruptible integrity who acted with honesty and courage. This devotion led him to lead a group of ministers who resisted the Church of Scotland’s compromised rights. Included are this steadfast Puritan’s published sermons and poetry in their entirety, still worth studying today for any student of Puritan and Reformed thought.

text-and-studies-contributions-to-biblical-and-patristic-literatureText and Studies: Contributions to Biblical and Patristic Literature

Regularly $229.95—current bid is only $50

The early church leaders were prolific in their writing and historical documentation. While some of this work has been canonized, much has been forgotten. The Text and Studies: Contributions to Biblical and Patristic Literature collection resurrects these documents in a renewed and focused study, attempting to glean ancient wisdom and insight.

Classic Studies on the Synoptic Problem

Regularly $59.95—current bid is only $30

This collection of classic monographs on the Synoptic problem presents seminal works from eminent scholars—works that were instrumental in shaping the field of Synoptic scholarship. These foundational texts address major issues in Synoptic scholarship, such as the mixture of shared and unique material in each Synoptic account, and what this reveals about the date, composition, and interrelatedness of the Synoptics.

classic-studies-on-the-life-of-paulClassic Studies on the Life of Paul

Regularly $259.95—current bid is only $30

Each of these 18 texts explores a different aspect of Paul’s life. This collection pieces together his travels using every available historical record. It provides remarkable insight into the context of Paul’s ministry and his revolutionary teachings about Christ.

John Macpherson Collection

Regularly $49.95—current bid is only $40

John Macpherson was an author, a translator, and a Presbyterian minister. The John Macpherson Collection brings together six of his most important works on theology, doctrine, and Scottish church history. Included are Macpherson’s highly respected commentary on Ephesians, a collection of lectures on Scottish theology, Macpherson’s handbook on the Presbyterian church, and more.

jeremy-taylor-collectionJeremy Taylor Collection

Regularly $69.95—current bid is only $8

Known as the “Shakespeare of Divines,” Jeremy Taylor was a priest and writer from the time of Charles I through that of Charles II. The Jeremy Taylor Collection contains the two beloved devotionals, his essay on religious tolerance, The Golden Grove (a manual for personal devotion), and more.

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Get up to $370 off the Anchor Yale Bible Reference Library

anchor-yale-bible-reference-libraryThrough September 30, you can use coupon code AYBRL13 to get up to $370 off the Anchor Yale Bible Reference Library!

Groundbreaking scholarship

The Anchor Yale Bible series presents the best contemporary scholarship in a way that’s accessible not only to scholars but to anyone looking to expand their biblical knowledge—a tradition established half a century ago by series founders William Foxwell Albright and David Noel Freedman.

Respected contributors

The Anchor Yale Bible Reference Library offers works by 23 of the most respected scholars, pastors, and teachers:

A wide variety of topics

The Anchor Yale Bible Reference Library is intended for the broadest possible readership, ranging from world-class scholars to general readers dedicated to expanding their knowledge of the Bible and its world. [Read more…]