Last Chance to Save on These Top 5 Resources

There are just a few days left to save up to 40% on dozens of commentaries and other Bible study resources in the monthly sale. Check out this month’s deals, and don’t miss these top-five, bestselling resources:

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How Did God Create the World? Explore 6 Answers from Christian Scholars.

The belief that God created the world is foundational for Christians. However, the exact nature of God’s work in creation is debated. In TH331 Perspectives on Creation: Six Views on Its Meaning and Significance, six leading Old Testament scholars present the distinct features and biblical bases of their particular views:

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Deals Ending: Pillar, New International Commentary & More

July is almost over, which means this is your last chance to fill out your commentary and Bible reference collection with fantastic resources from Eerdmans. Through July 31, you can save 30% on some Eerdmans’ most trusted resources, including the Pillar New Testament Commentary series, the New International Greek Testament Commentary, and an ultimate bundle of Eerdmans resources available for thousands off the print price!

There’s just one week left to snag these deals; get them before they disappear:

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How to Study Notable People from Church History with Logos Bible Software

I hope during your use of Logos Bible Software you’ve discovered the incredible ease and power of the Factbook! This tool is part Bible dictionary, search engine, timeline, and more, all rolled into one. With it you can study:

  • Biblical People
  • Biblical Places
  • Biblical Things
  • Biblical Events
  • Preaching Themes
  • Cultural Concepts
  • Books of the Bible
  • And more.

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An Extraordinary Theology from an African-American Pastor and Former Slave

Earlier this year, we announced the reintroduction of a forgotten masterpiece, Plain Theology for Plain People by Charles Octavius Boothe. In this handbook first published in 1890, Boothe simply and beautifully lays out the basics of theology for common people. He brought the heights of academic theology down to everyday language, and he helps us do the same today.

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2 Days Left: Save on Logos 7, Commentaries & More

The biggest deal of the summer is going away in just two days. That means this is your last chance to get a great deal on Logos 7. If you’ve been waiting to upgrade, wait no longer: come Thursday, Logos base packages will be back to regular price.

Here’s a roundup of the summer deals you don’t want to miss.

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Enter to Win a Copy of Logos 7 Collector’s Edition!

We’re giving away a copy of Logos 7 Collector’s Edition, and you have unlimited chances to win.

This one’s the mother lode.

Imagine you had Logos 7 Collector’s Edition. It’s our ultimate base package, boasting double the commentaries and almost triple the theology works as the next lowest package, plus hundreds of other Bible study resources.

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5 Reasons To Check Out the New Testament Library Series

There are dozens of great deals featured in July’s monthly sale, including the New Testament Library Series (15 vols.) Through the end of the month, you can get it for 40% off. Here are just 5 reasons you should reach for this series the next time your prepare a sermon or study the Word.

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What Sets the Pillar New Testament Commentary Apart?

The Pillar New Testament Commentary is easily one of the bestselling resources on Logos.com. What makes this series so universally beloved? Its balance of in-depth exegesis with real-world application. Few other popular commentary series for preaching and personal study manage to accomplish both.

The authors are deeply committed to a fresh wrestling with the text, using every means at their disposal to “loosen the Bible from its pages” and help readers understand what the text says and how to apply it to life today.

And for this month only, you can get the entire series for over $150 off the regular price!

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What If Your Sermon Prep Process Is Holding You Back?

If you preach or teach regularly, you’ve probably developed tried-and-true methods for studying the text, crafting an outline or manuscript, and preparing a presentation or handout.

But here’s the thing, preachers: whether we realize it or not, most of us are hacking together a bunch of different tools that weren’t designed for the task we’re doing.

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