197 Reformed Commentaries for 75% Off!

Reformed Commentary BundleHow did you start building your theological library? If you’re like a lot of pastors, scholars, or seminary students, you put it together one piece at a time—book by book. You began a study on a book of the Bible, bought the most respected commentaries (if you could afford them), rolled up your sleeves, and got to work. Then when the next paper or sermon series rolled around, you did the same thing.

That method often leaves huge gaps in your library. Maybe you have five commentaries on Romans, and Galatians, but how’s your Minor-Prophets shelf looking? Remember that study you did on eschatology? You bought 10 commentaries on Revelation and Daniel. But what about the book of Numbers, or Deuteronomy?
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Introducing the Reformed Commentary Bundle

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Building a library that suits your needs as a Reformed pastor, layman, scholar, or academic can be cumbersome and expensive. Even if you can afford the best commentaries available, there are so many great resources you may not know where to start.

Enter the Reformed Commentary Bundle.

We’ve compiled over 150 commentaries featuring top scholarship from the Reformed tradition and made them available in one massive bundle. This bundle combines expositional and exegetical works, with time-tested classics, and contemporary, world-class scholarship. Best of all, this may very well be the most affordable bundle of commentaries we’ve ever offered.
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2 Ways to Save This Easter

logos-easter-sale-2015The Easter sale contains over 50 products at incredible discounts, and within this massive lineup are some best-selling gems of biblical scholarship.

Through April 4, save up to 40% and get a free book when you take advantage of our Easter special.

Answer New Testament questions with expert commentary

augsburg-commentary-on-the-new-testamentIf you haven’t already, pick up this month’s Free Book of the Month and Plus One. You’ll get these two volumes for only 99 cents, then you’ll be eligible for a Dynamic Pricing discount on the full 12-volume Augsburg Commentary on the New Testament.

During the Easter sale, you can get over 25% off this series plus your Dynamic Pricing discount when you upgrade to the whole collection.

Each volume in the ACNT contains an introduction and topical overview of each book of the New Testament, along with an account of that book’s influence in church history, such as the impact of Romans on Augustine, Wesley, and Barth, as well as Martin Luther’s appraisal of James. The authors also discuss textual issues, historical topics such as authorship and dating, as well as literary conventions and exegetical and interpretive challenges.

Each commentary concludes with a bibliography of other books, articles, and reference works to consult for further study.

Build your library with some of the best biblical scholarship!

Find out why religious leaders wanted Jesus crucified


Examine the Gospels’ presentations of Christ’s life, death, and resurrection with New Testament scholar Darrell L. Bock. In NT211 Introducing the Gospels and Acts, Dr. Bock answers how the resurrection demonstrates God’s approval of Jesus as Messiah, how the early church remembered, shared, and recorded the events of Jesus’ life, and how those events became the catalyst for ministry in the book of Acts—all from the comfort of your home.

Download this course today! 

Want a more comprehensive study of the Gospels? Save 44% on the Mobile Ed: Studies in the Gospels Bundle, which features top theologians like Craig Evans, Mark Strauss, and others—only during the Easter sale!

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Explore these and other Easter deals today! But hurry—this sale ends April 4.

3 Easter Resources You Don’t Want to Miss

logos-easter-sale-2015This Easter, build your Logos library and save over 40% on top resources!

Choose from acclaimed volumes of the New International Commentary on the New Testament (NICNT); John Stott’s iconic best seller, The Cross of Christ; and more.

See everything on sale this Easter!

Reference top scholarship

This revolutionary commentary has set the standard for biblical scholarship for decades, hailed as an authoritative guide to Scripture.

the-new-international-commentary-on-the-new-testament-gospels-and-actsDuring the Easter sale, take over 30% off and get all the NICNT volumes covering Jesus’ birth, ministry, crucifixion, and resurrection in the Gospels and Acts bundle.

Christianity Today heralds the NICNT as “a highly informed, refreshing, stimulating, and rich commentary that will make excellent reading for both scholars and layperson.”

Add the NICNT Gospels and Acts to your library today!

Dialogue with Scripture and study atonement

the-cross-of-christJohn Stott’s masterful examination of Christ’s crucifixion explores a crucial question: Why should an object of Roman distaste and Jewish disgust be the emblem of our worship? In The Cross of Christ, Stott reveals, with great warmth and insight, the meaning of the Cross. D.A. Carson had this to say about this best-selling title:

There are not many ‘must read’ books—books that belong on every minister’s shelf, and on the shelves of thoughtful laypersons who want a better grasp of what is central in Scripture—but this is one of them.

Get this resource today for over 25% off!

Study the Resurrection

resurrectionRound out your Easter studies with Stanley Porter, Michael A. Hayes, and David Tomb’s monumental work on the resurrection of Christ—and save 30%. Understand the concept of the Resurrection in sacred literature and art from a critical perspective.

Get this book for free!

Purchase the NICNT Gospels and Acts and The Cross of Christ, and you’ll get this resource (a $39.95 value) free—just add all three resources to your cart and get your free copy today.

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Check out all the deals you can get this Easter!

Last Chance: Save on Top Lenten Resources

SocialShare_1200x630_V2Through March 2, you can save up to 33% on popular Lenten titles from authors like Dietrich Bonhoeffer, N.T. Wright, John Chrysostom, and others. Get resources for navigating and growing this Lenten season with 24 products ideal for prayer, meditation, and remembering Christ.

Plus, when you purchase the four Lent staff selections, you’ll also get The Fathers of the Desert (regularly $29.99) for free—get all five resources today!

Start preparing your heart today with these popular titles:

Top Lenten resources

Continue your Lenten journey of fasting, prayer, and meditation by saving on popular products during the Lent sale. Ever wonder what resources others are looking to during Lent? Here are the best-selling products since Ash Wednesday:

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God Is on the Cross: Reflections for Lent and Easter

These 40 stirring devotions will guide and inspire you as they move thematically through the weeks of Lent and Easter, encountering themes of prayerful reflection, self-denial, temptation, suffering, and the meaning of the cross. Passages from Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s letters and sermons provide special encouragement as you prepare yourself spiritually for Holy Week and Easter Sunday.

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Lent for Everyone Collection

Using N.T. Wright’s For Everyone Bible translation, this collection covers the three years of the Revised Common Lectionary. Wright’s accessible biblical translations and thoughtful reflections and prayers make this collection a valuable resource for getting the most out of the Lenten season.

Save big on these two resources, as well as Barefoot Prayers and Meditations for Great Lent. Plus, when you purchase all four, you’ll also get The Fathers of the Desert for free!

Top resources for preaching and study during Lent

feasting-on-the-wordFeasting on the Word

This lectionary commentary series offers the most extensive resource for preaching on the market today. The 12 volumes of this series cover all the Sundays in the three-year lectionary cycle, along with movable occasions, such as Christmas Day, Epiphany, Holy Week, and All Saints’ Day.

the-lectionary-commentary-theological-exegesis-for-sundays-textsThe Lectionary Commentary: Theological Exegesis for Sunday’s Texts

An unprecedented, monumental work, the three-volume Lectionary Commentary offers superb exegetical essays on 513 biblical texts from the Revised Common Lectionary spanning the three-year liturgical cycle. Written by 78 pastors, priests, and teachers from a variety of Christian traditions, these essays are meant primarily to serve as exegetical jump-starts for busy preachers.

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Hurry—the Lent sale ends March 2 at 11:59 p.m. (PST). Start preparing your heart today!

4 Handpicked Resources to Guide You through Lent

SocialShare_1200x630_V2Ash Wednesday marks the first of 40 days that many in the church spend praying, reflecting, and fasting, culminating in the celebration of the risen Christ on Easter.

This year, you can save on some of our staff’s favorite titles that will help you grow in your faith as you prepare for Lent.

Through March 2, you can save up to 33% on more than 20 popular Lenten resources.

Save on 4 staff selections & get a free book!

We chose four sensational titles that will encourage you as you prepare for Lent. Plus, when you get all four staff selections, you’ll also get the two-volume Fathers of the Desert for free!

Here are our picks:

god-is-on-the-cross-reflections-on-lent-and-easterDietrich Bonhoeffer’s God Is on the Cross: Reflections on Lent and Easter

Gain inspiration as you prepare for Holy Week and Easter Sunday with these 40 stirring devotions that will guide and inspire as you move thematically through the weeks of Lent and Easter. Encounter themes of prayerful reflection, self-denial, temptation, suffering, and the meaning of the Cross in one of Bonhoeffer’s popular titles.

Stephen Cherry’s Barefoot Prayers: A Meditation a Day for Lent and Easter

Slow down your busy life during Lent and see how you can incorporate prayer in your life. Barefoot Prayers is a sequence of beautifully crafted prayer meditations, providing simple yet profound spiritual nourishment for the Lenten season.

lent-for-everyone-collectionN.T. Wright’s Lent for Everyone Collection

Get this valuable resource to help you get the most out of the Lenten season. Originally written as a source of encouragement during Lent, these three volumes exemplify thoughtful reflections based on Wright’s biblical translation and the Revised Common Lectionary.

Vassilios Papavassiliou’s Meditations for Great Lent: Reflections on the Triodion

Discover how to fast, and to fast not only from food but from sin; to fast with love and humility, as a means to an end and not an end in itself. This book with is full of inspiration and encouragement to help you through Lent.

Purchase these four titles and get The Fathers of the Desert for free—get them now!

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The Fathers of the Desert

This two-volume collection contains both an introduction to the Christian practice of monastic asceticism and a biographical survey of a number of the most famous and important of the desert fathers. And don’t forget—you can get this resource for free when you purchase all four staff selections!

With more than 20 resources to choose from, you’ll find something that will inspire you during your Lenten journey.

Start preparing for Lent today!

Free Book! Living the Dream: Joseph for Today

FBOTM_150x224The story of Joseph in the book of Genesis is full of biblical insights, and during September, you can download Living the Dream: Joseph for Today by Pete Wilcox—free!

Coupling an engaging voice with biblical sensitivity, Pete Wilcox enables his readers to set their own stories alongside the narrative treasures in Joseph’s—making Joseph’s ancient story fresh for this generation. Discover how Joseph’s cycle through adversity, disunity, coping, and triumph can be applied in your life.

Don’t forget about the +One!

Get a second book, God, Pharaoh and Moses: Explaining the Lord’s Actions in the Exodus Plagues Narrative for only 99 cents. A few months ago we launched this addition to the Free Book of the Month—it’s called the +One. The +One gives you the opportunity to get a second book from the same collection for a fraction of its original price.

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Answer the questions everyone’s asking

Why does God send a series of plagues on Egypt? How do we understand the hardening of Pharaoh’s heart? What do the answers to these questions say about God’s character? Find answers to these important questions and more: download God, Pharaoh and Moses for only 99 cents today!

Enter to win the entire collection

Throughout September, you can also enter to win the nine-volume Old Testament Studies Collection featuring the two titles above. You can also earn additional entries by sharing the Free Book of the Month to your social networks from Punchtab. In July, Bill B. won the Select Studies in Martin Luther’s Life and Influence. You could be next!

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

Hours Left to Save 30% with the Labor Day Sale

logos-labor-day-sale-2014Time’s running out to save on 20 resources that will help jump-start your Bible study this fall! Prepare for the new season with commentaries and Bible study guides that will take you deeper in your understanding of Scripture.

Save on titles like:

Holman Bible Handbook

This practical tool expands biblical insights for the modern reader by combining an understanding of the ancient world with the timeless message of God’s Word. This resource is full of articles, outlines, and commentary from leading evangelical scholars. It also includes full-color photos, illustrations, charts, and maps that provide a deeper understanding of the Bible, plus study questions for further reflection. This well-rounded resource is a must-have for anyone looking to study the biblical world.

From Paradise to the Promised Land: An Introduction to the Pentateuch, 3rd ed.

This text has been a popular introduction to the Pentateuch for more than 15 years, offering a unique alternative to the common critical approaches that focus on the books’ composition over content. Instead of providing commentary for individual passages, T. Desmond Alexander takes a holistic view of the books, revealing the big picture and identifying prominent themes and connections between the Pentateuch and the New Testament.

Introducing the Old Testament

introducing-the-old-testamentThis resource takes into account the most recent scholarship, especially in relation to historical questions like the origins of Israel as a nation. It incorporates specific treatment of the spirituality and religious values of the Old Testament, and it discusses the major deuterocanonical books. This edition also analyzes ethical issues raised by the Old Testament in relation to contemporary concerns, such as ethnic cleansing. This work has been widely acclaimed as an authoritative and accessible text for students and general readers alike.

The Expanded Bible: New Testament

This work reflects the latest scholarship, current English, and the needs of contemporary students of the Bible. It includes a multitude of study aids right in line with the text. Expanded translations and other tools help you study the Bible while you read. The base text is a modified version of the New Century Version.

Don’t miss your opportunity to save 30% this Labor Day! Get these deals and more—sale ends at 5:00 p.m. (PDT) on September 2.

5 Days Only! Get 30% Off 20 Bible Study Resources

logos-labor-day-sale-2014This Labor Day, jump-start your Bible study with big savings! For five days only, you can get 30% off 20 Bible commentaries and topical or expositional study guides. Don’t miss this opportunity to start off fall with better and deeper Bible study—save now!

Here are just a few of the amazing resources you can get:

How to Read the Bible Book by Book

Like an experienced tour guide, How to Read the Bible Book by Book takes you by the hand and walks you through the Scriptures. For each book of the Bible, the authors start with a quick snapshot, then expand the view to help you better understand its key elements and how it fits into the Bible’s grand narrative. Written by two top evangelical scholars, this survey is designed to help you read the Bible for accurate understanding.

Easton’s Bible Dictionary

This dictionary provides informative explanations of the Bible’s histories, people, and customs. It is an excellent and understandable source of information for the student and layperson and one of Matthew George Easton’s most significant literary achievements. This resource will help you better understand the meanings and multiple uses of words in the Scriptures.

Jesus in Context: Background Readings for Gospel Studyjesus-in-context-background-readings-for-gospel-study

This resource is crucial to understanding and interpreting the Bible in terms of the historical, cultural, and religious context in which it was written. The passing of two millennia often prevents the modern student from fully understanding the significance of Jesus’ actions and teaching in the Gospels, but with this book, you can quickly identify the key extrabiblical texts that provide necessary cultural background for understanding these passages.

The Annotated Bible (9 vols.)

This deeply insightful nine-volume commentary is praised and respected by legions of devoted seekers. A.C. Gaebelein writes with enthusiasm and knowledge, whether he is answering destructive criticisms or defending the traditional authorship of the books of the Bible. This series has been a standard reference work for most of a century, and Gaebelein’s strident words still ring with timeless truth.

Get more out of your study

Logos 5 dramatically improves the value of these resources by enabling you to 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. This makes these texts more powerful and easier to access than ever before for scholarly work or personal study.

Jump-start your Bible study this fall, get big Labor Day savings on 20 resources. But hurry—these deals end at 11:59 p.m. (PDT) on September 2!

A New Way to Study the Old Testament: Engage Your Eyes and Ears

hebrew-audio-pronunciationsAfter years of waiting, your dream of hearing Hebrew pronunciations during your original-language studies has finally come to fruition. Now you can hear the language, study the text, and uncover a new layer of linguistic study with Hebrew Audio Pronunciations.

This resource’s production was painstaking, but we’ve created a product we know you’ll love—a product that gives seasoned language scholars and beginning Hebrew students alike the ability to see and hear Hebrew in its original form, giving anyone a distinct advantage in Old Testament language studies.

DAL, a Logos user, states:

“Like others, all I can say is ‘Wow, wow, wow!!!’”

Learn from Dr. Randall Buth

Dr. Randall Buth is a leading expert in Hebrew and Aramaic and is the head of the Biblical Language Center in Israel. He has dedicated his life to studying God’s Word and his pursuit to understand Scripture’s original context led him to the Holy Land for biblical-language training.

Since then, Dr. Buth has worked with the Wycliffe Bible Translators, as well as the United Bible Societies as a Bible translator and consultant, but Dr. Buth’s quest doesn’t end there. More recently, he’s become a pioneer in developing curriculum and methodologies for teaching biblical languages—and we were blessed to work with him on this project. It was his knowledge and expertise that helped bring this project together.

More than just a book

The Hebrew Audio Pronunciations resource is more than an MP3 file, more than the Hebrew alphabet, and more than vocabulary. This resource also includes a thorough description of accents, symbols, and characters in the Hebrew language and provides the audio sounds in isolation for each one.

This resource is integrated into Logos 5, and you’ll find it within your interlinears and Hebrew Bibles. Simply right click, select the lemma in the context menu, and pronounce—you’ll hear the Hebrew pronunciation as spoken by Dr. Buth.

This powerful audio tool is featured in your Exegetical Guide under the word-by-word section, your Bible Word Study tool in the lemma section, and in the show-information panel next to the Hebrew lemma indicated by the small speaker icon.

Study Hebrew pronunciation as a whole by selecting Pronunciation from the tools menu, then click Hebrew Pronunciations (Buth) from the drop down menu. There the entire Hebrew alphabet, accents and symbols are further defined.

Intricately tagged throughout your Logos 5 library, Hebrew Audio Pronunciations will take your language studies even further.

Access Hebrew Audio Pronunciations on your mobile device

Hebrew Audio Pronunciations is featured on our mobile apps. Generate a word list from any tagged Hebrew Bibles or reverse interlinears, and the Hebrew Audio Pronunciations resource adds an audio-enabled section for your study. Export these word lists to the Flashcards for Greek and Hebrew app on your mobile device for an enhanced Hebrew study—word by word, wherever you are.

Download Hebrew Audio Pronunciations today!