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Wipf & Stock Bundles up to 80% Off

In the 1990’s, John Wipf and Jon Stock noticed that new academic research was growing more and more unaffordable for the average person, and that essential classic studies in Bible and theology were slowly disappearing from print. So they founded Wipf & Stock Publishers to provide scholarly and pastoral research at affordable prices.

In just two decades Wipf & Stock has become well known for its wide range of reprints, including works by some of the most important names in theology, biblical studies, and church history [Read more…]

5 Ways Logos Is Easier to Use and Faster Than Ever

If you want to renew your love for Scripture, challenge yourself to grow spiritually, and revel in the awe-inspiring character of God, there’s no substitute for studying the Bible.

That’s why when we made Logos 8, we challenged ourselves to make it easier than ever for you to experience the rewards of deep Bible study. And that meant making the most complete overhaul of the software since Logos 4. [Read more…]

Using Logos 7? Please Make This Important Security Update Now

We’re preparing to make a security update to our servers to protect your data and comply with current regulations regarding Transport Layer Security (TLS). It’s important for you to update your Logos software to ensure full functionality after we make this server update.

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Charlton Heston Had Company

When we hear “Moses’ Law,” we think of the story we heard in Sunday school or the scene from The Ten Commandments where Charlton Heston (a.k.a. Moses) gets the two tablets from God. But what if I told you Moses and God weren’t alone?

It may come as a surprise, but the New Testament tells us in three places that the Law was delivered by angels, members of God’s divine council. Here are two of those passages: [Read more…]

Eugene Peterson Was a Listener, and That’s Why We Listened


Pastor and author Eugene Peterson entered the joy of his master this morning.

Peterson was a Presbyterian pastor for most of his adult life, though he’s best known for his writings—particularly The Message, a contemporary rendering of the entire Bible. [Read more…]

Logos Security Update to Impact Logos 6, Logos 5, and Logos 4 Users

On November 7, 2018, we will deploy a security update to our servers to ensure compliance with current industry standards. This will impact users who have not gotten the free update to Logos 7.

If you are running Logos 4, 5, or 6, update to Logos 7 for free now to ensure uninterrupted access to your software.

Get the free update to Logos 7.

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How to Find Explanations of Datasets

The makers of our Logos Bible Software have labeled all sorts of information in the Bible. Each group of tags or labels is called a dataset.

Recently, I’ve received several questions about explanations for specific datasets: [Read more…]

Kent Hughes: 3 Elements of Preaching that Pleases God

What kind of preaching pleases God?

That’s what Dr. Kent Hughes, esteemed preacher, professor, and editor of the Preaching the Word Commentary Series—which is 50% off for a short time—discusses in the excerpt below.

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3 Reasons Every Preacher Should Bid on These Books

“Alas! One of the ‘Logos moments’ for which I have been waiting! This cornucopia of homiletic input has regularly been my last phase of sermon preparation.”

That is what one preacher had to say—and he has more to say later—about the possibility of the Biblical Illustrator: New Testament Collection coming to Logos. (Old Testament could, too.) [Read more…]