For Service, Study, and Mission: April Resources, April Deals!


Pastoral care, biblical studies, growing the missional church—you’ll find it all (and more!) at savings of up to 44% during April’s monthly sale. [Read more…]

Shed Light on Difficult Passages with April’s Free Book of the Month


Though we live in an age of tension between Christ’s first coming and his return, we can still have hope. April’s Free Book of the Month, Between the Cross and the Throne, reminds us that God, not Satan, is ultimately sovereign and victorious.

In Between the Cross and the Throne, Matthew Emerson brings one of the least-understood books in the Bible to life for today’s Christian. His conversational tone guides readers through the book of Revelation, explaining deep themes often missed within its complex imagery. It’s part of the Transformative Word Series from Lexham Press. [Read more…]

Save 30% on the Popular Patristics Series, Part 3


One of the biggest untapped sources of spiritual wisdom and insight are the writings of the early church fathers. From Hadrian’s Wall in England to northern Africa, these early Christians across multiple continents wrote about, discussed, prayed over, and even suffered because of various debated doctrines—like the Trinity and the Incarnation. Modern Christians often take these early church fathers’ toil for granted, making do with partial or outdated translations that sound more like King James than St. Jerome. [Read more…]

Last Chance: Get From Bondage to Liberty—Free!

There are only a few more days left to get From Bondage to Liberty: The Gospel according to Moses, for free!

The March Free Book of the Month focuses on the redemptive-historical aspects of Moses’ life and ministry as detailed in the books of Exodus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy. You’ll see how Moses, as mediator of the old covenant, is a precursor to Jesus Christ, the mediator of a new and better covenant. [Read more…]

Last Chance: Save $600+ on Library of NT Studies: 2015

During March’s monthly sale, you’ll enjoy significant savings on a wide variety of resources—but the best deal is one you don’t want to miss.

Get 35 volumes of top scholarship for 62% off

The Library of New Testament Studies is one of the oldest and most important monograph series ever produced on the New Testament, and includes recent work from distinguished scholars such as Craig Evans, John Kloppenburg, and Urban C. von Wahlde, as well as a number of young scholars whose work is already powerfully influencing the field.

And 2015 was a banner year, featuring an array of fascinating titles including Crucifixion and New Creation, Paul, Scribe, of Old and New, The Ritualized Revelation of the Messianic Age, Luke’s Christology of Divine Identity, and Children in Early Christian Narratives.

Now through March 31, you can add every installment of the series published in 2015—a massive 35-volume collection—for 62% off. That’s a savings of over $600!

These volumes cover key developments in historical, cultural, linguistic, theological, and hermeneutical questions driving current New Testament study.

In Logos, they’re enhanced by amazing functionality, with linked library resources, searches, powerful study tools, and much more. You can also take your study with you with tablet and mobile apps.

Add this collection to your library today.

And don’t forget to check out all the other great resources on sale now!

Browse the deals before March ends.

Discover the Crossway Biblical-Theological Introduction for 30% Off!


As a complex and multifaceted piece of ancient literature, the Bible blends poetry and narrative, proverbs and creation stories, apocalypses and letters. It can seem intimately familiar or altogether foreign to modern readers.

That’s where the Crossway Biblical-Theological Introduction Collection (2 vols.) comes in. Covering every book of the Bible, these two volumes offer introductory notes and overviews to help you read the Bible with clarity.

Each title in this collection contains chapters by well-known evangelical scholars, including Miles Van Pelt, Michael J. Kruger, Simon J. Kistemaker, Mark D. Futato, and more. The collection will prepare you to approach biblical texts with a deeper knowledge of history and themes, and connect the message of Scripture with the person and work of Jesus.

For a limited time, the Crossway Biblical-Theological Introduction Collection is available to order on Pre-Pub for over 30% off the retail price. Lock in the discount and study the Bible alongside respected biblical scholars with two of the best biblical introduction resources available anywhere.

Order the Crossway Biblical-Theological Introduction Collection today for 30% off!

Top 10 Biggest Savings in Logos March Madness

The results are in, the discounts are set, and it’s time to save. The Logos March Madness champions are NICOT/NT and Jason DeRouchie’s Old Testament exegesis course. But those aren’t the only deals available. Through the end of the month, you can save on every commentary and course featured in the competition.

That means you only have until March 31 to pick up some of our best resources at some of the biggest savings we’ve ever offered.

But which should you choose? If you’re out to save the most possible, we’ve got you covered. Here are the top 10 best deals, broken down by commentaries and courses, and based on how much money you’ll save (not necessarily percentage off).

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An Ancient Story with Astonishing Relevance

The traditional interpretation of the book of Ruth is a beautiful love story between the eponymous Moabite and Boaz, the wealthy Israelite landowner. But this book is not a Disney movie. In her new book, Carolyn Custis James reveals a bracing, more relevant interpretation of this Old Testament book. In this excerpt from Finding God in the Margins, we see how this ancient narrative speaks directly into many of the problems facing society today.

Where the book of Ruth lands in the Bible is significant. In the Jewish Bible, the book of Ruth is located after the book of Proverbs as a beautiful example of wisdom living, a.k.a. living in the fear of God. In the Christian Bible, Ruth follows the book of Judges and precedes 1 Samuel. Viewed at the macro level, this narrative forms a sturdy bridge between the “years when the judges ruled” (Ruth 1:1) and the monarchy of King David (4:18–22). At the micro level the story centers on urgent family issues and Ruth’s reinterpretation of three Mosaic laws: gleaning, levirate, and kinsman-redeemer. Ruth lives on the hungry side of the law, so her perspective differs dramatically from Boaz’s. His willingness to listen to her (which is one of the jaw-dropping aspects of this story) moves him from the letter to the spirit of the law. As a result, a hungry widow is fed, and a dying family is rescued.

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The Works of Kierkegaard Are Coming to Logos!

Father in heaven, when the thought of thee awakens in our soul, let it not waken as an agitated bird which flutters confusedly about, but as a child waking from sleep with a celestial smile.”

— Søren Kierkegaard

Kierkegaard, the nineteenth-century Danish philosopher and theologian, is a misunderstood titan among Christian writers. Born to a pious Lutheran family in Copenhagen, Kierkegaard was raised in affluence—reading literature, attending plays, and rubbing elbows with cultured elites. By his twenties, Kierkegaard was moving down the same path as others in the upper echelons of Danish society. He attended the School of Civic Virtue where he learned the humanities and continued on to study theology at the University of Copenhagen. Eventually, Kierkegaard would meet a young lady named Regine Olsen and become engaged. All seemed well for the young student.

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Do Book Reviews Matter? Yes—to Most of Us.


Customer reviews. Whether we’re searching for a new cell phone or a good book to read on vacation, we all read the reviews before we buy. And in the case of Michael S. Heiser’s newest book, The Bible Unfiltered: Approaching Scripture on Its Own Terms, the comments are pretty tough to ignore.

One reviewer wrote, “Reading something by Michael Heiser is like having someone walk quietly into the room and tune in a radio that has been deafening you to distraction with static and interference.”
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