Free Logos Bundle: Theology Guide + Survey of Theology

We’re giving systematic theology some love right now at Logos.com, with a unique offer too good to pass up.

For a limited time, you can try the Logos 8 Theology Guide—a feature exclusive to Logos 8 Silver and up—free until June 17.

It also comes with Lexham Press’ Survey of Theology. Together the tools help you get a quick lay of the land on hundreds of theological topics, and then guide you in digging deeper. And the more systematic theologies you have, the heftier the guide is.

To get access to this bundle, just go here and add Logos 8 Basic to your collection. (You won’t lose any books or features you already own.)

It’s that simple.

You’ll have until June 17 to use the Theology Guide to your heart’s delight, and you can fill it out even more by grabbing systematic theologies on sale—up to 44% off. (The resources stay with you even after the trial ends.)

Featured authors in this theology sale include:

  • Millard Erickson
  • Norman Geisler
  • John Frame
  • Carl F.H. Henry
  • Michael Bird
  • Michael Horton
  • Thomas Oden
  • John Calvin
  • Herman Bavinck
  • And more

There are also several Mobile Ed theology courses available.

Get the Logos Theology Guide and Lexham’s Survey of Theology free, then pack your library with other systematic theologies while the sale lasts.

Jump on these offers.

Refer a Software Developer and Earn $2,500 in Logos Credit


The number-one obstacle to improving Faithlife software is a shortage of awesome software developers. And they may be hiding in your church, school, or neighborhood.

We need your help to find them—and we’ll pay you for it! [Read more…]

And the Winner Is . . .

The true and better bundle. The great high champion. The winner once and for all.

Ladies and gentlemen, your Logos March Matchup winning bundle is: [Read more…]

3 Sanity Checks for Odd Bible Interpretations

I was just having lunch with some pastors, and we were having a friendly disagreement over exegesis. One experienced expositor said, “The Holy Spirit chose precisely this word and not another, so it must have special significance.” I said, “Yes, but we can’t overinterpret: Greek is a human language; it’s not some perfectly precise mathematics problem.” [Read more…]

Learn Greek and Logos at the Same Time—so That Both Stick

Confession: in seminary I used Logos as a crutch. I hovered my mouse over the word for parsing—and on I went, hover by hover, letting what I had painstakingly learned about Greek grammar slowly drip out of my brain.

My loss. [Read more…]

Sitting with Scribes: An Inside Look at Copying Manuscripts (Watch)

Hunched over a table, writing by candlelight, scribes copied God’s Word letter by letter.

What can we know about this ancient craft, highly responsible for the spread of the Bible? [Read more…]

Did the Gospel Writers Make a Mistake?

Five gospels record the life of Jesus. Four you will find in books and one you will find in the land they call holy. Read the fifth gospel and the world of the four will open to you.

– Eusebius Jerome

Possibly the most beautiful, serene place in all of the Galilee is the Mount of Beatitudes (or Mount Eremos in Greek, meaning “solitary” or “uninhabited”). [Read more…]

How Scholars Date Ancient Manuscripts (Watch)

In this clip from Fragments of Truth, an original documentary from Faithlife Films, scholars explain the various ways manuscripts are dated. [Read more…]

The Top 10 Posts of 2018

As 2018 comes to a close, we first want to thank you for being a Logos Talk reader. We hope the blog has educated and equipped you this year, and we look forward to more of that in 2019.

And now, here are 2018’s most-read posts.

Together we learned a lot about angels, language, and using Logos, and also remembered the legacy of the great evangelist Billy Graham. [Read more…]

Rejoice Always, Pray Constantly, Give Thanks in Everything

 

This post is the fifth in a series adapted from Anticipating His Arrival, a family Advent devotional by Rick Brannan. We will be posting one devotional a day through Christmas. [Read more…]