Introducing: Logos Now

Today we’re launching Logos Now, a new way to enjoy the future of Logos Bible Software without the wait.

Logos Now is a subscription to a growing library of content and tools for serious Bible study that gives you access to the future of Logos Bible Software, today. It’s a way for Logos 6 owners to jump right in to what’s next and start enjoying:

  1. A growing library of data, media, and interactive content
  2. Early access to new features and tools
  3. Access to the beta of the new Logos web app
  4. Special membership benefits such as exclusive offers, special discounts, and more

Faster releases, quicker access

We’re moving to a faster release cycle and aiming for roughly every six weeks. This means you’ll always be on the cutting edge of content and tools for serious Bible study.

Subscribers also get access to new data and media projects while we build them, so you can enjoy what’s available now—and help us shape them as we finish them.

What’s in the first release?

When you subscribe to Logos Now, you’ll get the following content, tools, and benefits:

  1. Old Testament Propositional Bible Outlines (dataset)
  2. Greek Grammatical Constructions (dataset)
  3. Commandments of the Law (interactive)
  4. Visual Copy Templates (media)
  5. Author Slide Templates (media)
  6. Logos Stock Images, vol. 2 (media)
  7. Media Browser (tool)
  8. Concordance (tool)
  9. Logos web app
  10. Membership benefits (e.g., exclusive offers, special discounts)

And this is just the beginning!

Get started today with your free month of Logos Now!

Get More Than 30% Off This Exceptional Commentary

The Understanding the Bible Commentary Series: New Testament—previously known as the New International Biblical Commentary: New Testament—breaks down the barriers between the ancient and modern worlds to helps you navigate the New Testament’s sometimes-difficult terrain.

Each volume features thoughtful section-by-section exposition, along with additional textual and technical comments for those who want to dig deeper.

This series gives you commentaries by top biblical scholars, including Larry W. Hurtado, Craig A. Evans, F.F. Bruce, and Gordon D. Fee. These gifted writers accessibly present the results of key critical methodologies and practices—while holding the biblical text in the highest regard. Whether you’re a study, a pastor, or a layperson, you’ll benefit from these volumes.

During April, you can get this invaluable series for 32% off the regular price. And if you already have some of the volumes, you’ll only pay for what’s new to you.

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Get the Most out of This Year’s Easter Sale

logos-easter-sale-2015Purchase the NICNT Gospels and Acts and The Cross of Christ, and you’ll get Resurrection by Porter, Hayes, and Tomb—a $39.95 value, absolutely free.

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Understand the gospel with Logos Mobile Ed

Dr. Darrell Bock, an internationally recognized authority on theology and culture, developed a course with Mobile Ed to help you read the Gospels and Acts with fresh eyes. In Mobile Ed: NT211 Introducing the Gospel and Acts: Their Background, Nature, and Purpose, you’ll discover how the early church remembered, shared, and recorded the events of Jesus’ life, as well as how those events became the catalyst for ministry in the book of Acts.

Don’t wait: get 15% off this course during the Easter sale!

Analyze the Gospels’ themes and theology

Survey the world of the Gospels and dig deeper into Christ’s parables and miracles with renowned scholars Jonathan Pennington, Dan Doriani, Craig Evans, and others when you add the Mobile Ed: Studies in the Gospels Bundle to your Logos library.

Get over 40% off this bundle today and get instant access to five of the nine courses. As the final courses are completed, they’ll download to your account automatically.

Dig deeper in the Gospels and Acts with NICNT

This Easter, save over 30% on the NICNT: Gospels and Acts!

Read what a reviewer said on GoingtoSeminary.com:

The NIC is an amazing scholarly, protestant, evangelical commentary series. It gives verse-by-verse commentary on almost every book of the Bible, including immensely helpful introductory information. The only thing better than the commentary series itself is being able to have the entire thing with you, on your laptop, wherever you go. The NIC for Logos is a great resource that every seminarian should consider.

Don’t forget—when you pair the NICNT: Gospels and Acts with Stott’s The Cross of Christ, you’ll get Resurrection by Porter, Hayes, and Tomb for free—get all three today!

See how you can save with the Easter sale today—but hurry, these deals are only available through April 4!

26 Women in Ministry Share Their Wisdom: Get It Free!

300x300 Sidebar AdExplore wisdom, advice, and encouragement from 26 of today’s most influential women in ministry: get the new book What I Wish I’d Known for free, exclusively from Vyrso.

The new anthology features insight from Kay Arthur, June Hunt, Elyse Fitzpatrick, Kasey Van Norman, Liz Curtis Higgs, and others. Each author contributed one chapter that reflects on their years in ministry and offers practical advice for applying the Word.

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Powerful advice from the women who know best

. . . I can’t get over the fact that God has chosen these brave women to pave the way and walk alongside me. They inspire me to believe God is greater, and they will do the same for you as you read this book! It was a joy and privilege to bare a small part of my soul in the wake of these beautiful women of God.

—Kasey Van Norman, bestselling author, blogger, and Bible teacher

Last summer, we had the honor of hosting a two-day conference for women in ministry in Dallas, Texas. The conference brought together bloggers, teachers, and leaders in an intimate setting and allowed them to share their joys, mistakes, and moments of grace.

This book offers a compilation of the most powerful and applicable insights shared at the conference. Explore Pam Farrel’s advice on following God’s compass, Elyse Fitzpatrick’s journey to get to the heart of God’s message, and Liz Curtis Higgs’ advice on taking criticism.

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  • Kay Arthur
  • Elyse Fitzpatrick
  • June Hunt
  • Gwen Smith
  • Elisa Morgan
  • Carol Kent
  • Kasey Van Norman
  • Pam Farrel
  • Michelle McKinney Hammond
  • And many others!

These women are relatable and courageous, and we couldn’t be more proud of the finished product.

Get the book for free from Vyrso today!

About the free Vyrso app

The Vyrso ereader app makes it easier than ever to connect your daily reading with Scripture. Tap on any Bible reference and the verse will appear with a hover feature. Highlight, take notes, search your library with ease, and share insights and quotes with simple social-sharing options.

The Vyrso store offers thousands of the best Christian titles: download What I Wish I’d Known for free, then explore other top Christian ebooks on Vyrso.com.

Deciphering the Book of Acts with DIY Bible Study

diy-bible-studyLearn how to study the Bible and immerse yourself in its wonder with DIY Bible Study.

This highly visual curriculum leverages the power of Logos Bible Software to help you take your Bible study to the next level. With application-focused content, beautifully designed images, and practical video tutorials, DIY Bible Study gives you everything you need to study the Bible to the fullest extent.

This incredible resource is now available as an individual add-on—and right now, it’s on sale for 20% off!

Better Bible study

We built DIY Bible Study to be fully integrated into Logos Bible Software. We’re leveraging all of Logos’ amazing tools to help you study the Bible. As you work through this resource, your learning is framed by sections that teach you Bible study principles that are demonstrated within Logos itself. You’ll learn how to study the Bible and use the most powerful Bible software to accomplish your goals.

There’s also a prebuilt, year-long reading plan included with DIY Bible Study. In just 10 minutes a day, you can go through the entire resource, digging deeper into the Bible with each lesson. It’s also easily used as a handbook during your regular study. We wanted it to be as flexible and as accessible as possible so anyone could benefit from it, no matter where you find yourself on your walk with Jesus.

Step into the Scriptures

Following the grand narrative of the Bible can be difficult if you haven’t spent years studying the Scriptures. Following the narrative of a single book of the Bible can be just as difficult. With DIY Bible Study, both of these endeavors become much easier.

The book of Acts is a labyrinthine story about establishment of the early church and the spread of the gospel. It bridges the gap between the life of Christ (the Gospels) and the teachings of the church (the New Testament letters). Acts is a witness to the Holy Spirit’s work in the lives of people, the direct continuation of Jesus’ ministry.

Geography plays an important role in Acts, as Luke traces the progress of the Gospel away from Jerusalem out to the “end of the earth” (Acts 1:8). DIY Bible Study gives you the tools to help you understand the structure of the book, geographically and temporally.

This map depicts many of the locations in the Graeco-Roman Empire—the setting of the book of Acts:

DIY_Acts Map

And there are so many events to keep track of in the book of Acts, it takes two slides to recount all of them:

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DIY_Acts Timeline 2

Once you’ve wrapped your head around the physical themes of the book, you can start to tackle the theological themes presented by Luke. Acts is an inspirational account of the early church, stirring us to move forward with the work of God, toward the “end of the earth.”

The Bible is your story

With DIY Bible Study, you’ll get an overview of the entire Bible, one study at a time. You’ll also discover methods to improve your study, and you’ll be introduced to helpful study tools.

DIY Bible Study is now available as an individual add-on and is in most Logos 6 base packages.

Learn to study the Bible and enjoy it more than ever before with DIY Bible Studyon sale for 20% off!

Tim Keller on Greatness in the Kingdom

tim-keller-sermon-archiveUnderstand Scripture in new, powerful ways with the expanded Tim Keller Sermon Archive!

Recently updated, this sermon library contains transcripts of over 1,300 sermons taught by Tim Keller—author, speaker, and senior pastor of Redeemer Presbyterian Church in New York City.

With the Logos digital edition, these transcripts spring to life, ready for you to search, study, and share. You can even search for sermons based on specific passages, helping you dig even further into Keller’s preaching.

Check out this animation showing Keller’s insights on understanding greatness in the Kingdom:

 

Get the Tim Keller Sermon Archive (1989–2013) today!

Get all of your favorite sermons

Let Tim Keller, John Piper, John MacArthur, and others inform your daily study. Whether you’re leading your family, your small group, or your congregation, sermon archives give you the tools to speak the Gospel stronger.

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Today Only: Get the Beth Moore Issue & Save 50%!

BSM_Blog_MarAprToday is the last day to get Bible Study Magazine’s Beth Moore issue! You won’t want to miss out on insights from this key author and ministry leader.

This issue delivers the best in Bible study from devotionals to word studies to advice on teaching and preaching, and more—there really is something for everyone.

Beth Moore: an uncommon love

In this issue, Beth Moore discusses how you can equip yourself for your calling with Scripture:

When I get a chance to speak specifically with young women, I tell them that with a minimum understanding of Scripture, you can come to a saving knowledge of Jesus Christ. But you cannot be equipped in your calling unless you have an ongoing relationship with God and his Word. You cannot be a disciple of God and sidestep his Word. Every believer is called to study the Bible. And no matter what our ministry area is—whether we minister to single moms, the poor, students, senior adults—whatever we are called to, we are equipped through the Scriptures.

Continue reading the full interview!

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Today only, subscribe to Bible Study Magazine for just $14.99! That’s 50% off the cover price, plus you’ll be just in time to claim your copy of the Beth Moore issue.

The Importance of the Resurrection

mobile-ed-nt211-introducing-the-gospels-and-acts-their-background-nature-and-purposeEaster Sunday is coming up this week, and churches all over the world will be celebrating the resurrection of Jesus Christ.

The Resurrection is the central event of the New Testament—an event that is still transforming the world and calling for a response today. It’s the culmination of Jesus’ earthly ministry, and it forms the foundation for the church.

In this video, several of our Mobile Ed speakers discuss the importance of the Resurrection:

With Logos Mobile Education, you can learn more about the relevance of the Resurrection, as well as the early church and the life and teachings of Jesus.

In NT211 Introducing the Gospels and Acts: Their Background, Nature, and Purpose, Dr. Darrell Bock surveys the messages of these important books. This course includes an entire unit on the Resurrection, through which you’ll see how the Resurrection is portrayed differently in each of the four Gospels, learn what various groups in the first century believed about resurrection, and understand how the Resurrection vindicated the claims of Jesus and provided a pathway for eternal life.

This course is on sale until April 4, so order it now and save 15%!

The Studies in the Gospels Bundle includes nine courses taught by leading scholars like Craig Evans and Mark Strauss. You’ll get book studies that look in depth at each of the four Gospels and show how each Gospel writer portrays the resurrection of Jesus; courses that highlight specific aspects of Jesus’ ministry, like the Sermon on the Mount and the parables and miracles of Jesus; and courses that examine the genre of the Gospels and the world of the New Testament.

This bundle is currently on Pre-Pub: order it now and get 41% off! You’ll get five of the courses now and the rest as they are released.

It’s crucial for believers to understand just how significant the resurrection of Jesus Christ is. Discover that and more with these Mobile Ed courses!

Get 75% Off Select Works by D.A. Carson!

Lmm2-242x230Voting has ended, which means all Logos March Madness deals are live!

Sixty-four authors faced off for your votes, but only one could win it all. You have chosen D.A. Carson as the 2015 Logos March Madness champion! Get up to 75% off select works by D.A. Carson, as well as 60% off works by the runner-up, J.I. Packer.

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Don’t miss out on these spectacular deals and thousands more. With authors like N.T. Wright, A.W. Tozer, and John MacArthur, you have lots of great works to choose from.

Take advantage of these deals before they disappear!

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.