6 Days Left to Get the ECPA Bible of the Year for 20% Off

Seeing Scripture through the eyes of its original readers takes effort. It’s not enough to read the text and consult a few cross-references. To enter the world of the original audience, we must peel back the layers of history and reveal the culture, beliefs, and history that shaped the world they lived in.

The NIV Cultural Backgrounds Study Bible Notes simplifies that complex process, putting the insights of two experts on Biblical backgrounds right beside the biblical text. Drs. John H. Walton and Craig S. Keener have teamed up to bring you fascinating insights that illuminate the biblical world—so you can apply its principles to your modern life. And in Logos, you can pair these notes with your favorite translation—you’re not limited to the NIV!

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Enter to Win Logos 7 Gold & Get Free Bible Study Training!

We’re giving away a Logos 7 Gold base package—a $1,500 value—and you have unlimited chances to win. Plus, just by entering you’ll get 10 days of free Bible study training!

Follow the 10-Day Bible Study Training Group on Faithlife for your chance to win. It’s that simple!

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Use Logos Online for Free! Introducing Logos Cloud Basic.

Now there’s a free way to start using Logos, and you don’t have to download a thing. Logos Cloud Basic gives you access to a selection of Logos tools and books to take you deeper in your Bible study. It all happens right inside your browser, and it’s 100% free.

Just visit the Logos web app and choose Basic to get started.

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Get 64% off the OT & NT Library Series When You Pre-Order

It’s a celebrated commentary series, with nine volumes ranked in top ten lists on BestCommentaries.com. And it’s coming to Logos—but only with your help. The Old and New Testament Library series is currently available on Pre-Pub, and you can get it for 64% off.

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What to Do When Scholars Disagree? Consult These Exegetical Summaries.

What do you do when your biblical commentaries contradict one another? And what if two lexicons seem to support opposing translations? Responsible biblical interpretation requires listening to a range of voices, understanding relevant literature, digging into the text, and coming to your own conclusions.

But weeding through thousands of pages on a particular passage isn’t just impractical, it’s impossible (unless you have years to spare). Not only is it a drain on your time, it’s not good stewardship of the precious few hours you have each week for in-depth study or sermon prep.

You can’t dive deep into every interpretation, but you can get a balanced understanding of the range of possibilities.

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Jerry Bridges, Mobile Ed, Exegetical Summaries: Explore September Deals

Have you seen the deals included in September’s monthly sale? Stock up on commentaries, reference works, Christian living books, and other resources to deepen your study. Explore all titles, and don’t miss these featured deals:

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2 Days Left to Get 2 John Stott Books for Under $2

Time’s running out to get this month’s free book, Why I Am a Christian by John Stott. And don’t miss your chance to pick up another book by Stott for just $1.99. Pick up both before August 31 at 11:59 p.m. (PT). Get both now.

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Now or Never: Save on August Deals While They Last

There’s less than a week left to take advantage of big savings during August’s Monthly Sale. Save up to 40% on works by Simon Kistemaker, Kevin Vanhoozer, Joel Greene, and other great scholars. Here’s a rundown of the can’t-miss deals. Hurry! They all disappear on August 31 at midnight!

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Get 39% off Select Works of Simon Kistemaker

We’ve slashed prices on dozens of Christian resources for August’s monthly sale. Browse all deals now, or read on to learn more about this month’s featured resource.
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Get 30% off Tyndale Commentaries This Month Only!

Throughout August you can get 30% off the Tyndale Commentary Series. This massive collection from IVP combines the Tyndale Old Testament Commentary and the Tyndale New Testament Commentary to provide an exposition of Scripture that is thorough and abreast of modern scholarship, yet at the same time loyal to Scripture as the infallible Word of God.

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