Exploring C.S. Lewis’ Wisdom in Mere Christianity

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In Mere Christianity, C.S. Lewis records a series of radio broadcasts. These broadcasts, now transcribed into a single volume, contain some of the most powerful apologetic elements of the Christian faith. Get this work, and 29 others, when you pre-order the C.S. Lewis Collection.

The four divisions

Mere Christianity is broken into four sections:

  • Right and Wrong as a Clue to the Meaning of the Universe
  • What Christians Believe
  • Christian Behaviour
  • Beyond Personality: Or First Steps in the Doctrine of the Trinity

What Christians believe

In the segment “What Christians Believe,” Lewis introduces one of the best-known apologetic arguments—that Jesus cannot simply be a good moral teacher:

One part of the claim tends to slip past us unnoticed because we have heard it so often that we no longer see what it amounts to. I mean the claim to forgive sins: any sins. Now unless the speaker is God, this is really so preposterous as to be comic.

A moral man would not make such a claim unless it was true, and no simple human can truly forgive the sins of the world. Now, there remain two options:

This man we are talking about either was (and is) just what He said or else a lunatic, or something worse. Now it seems to me obvious that He was neither a lunatic nor a fiend: and consequently, however strange or terrifying or unlikely it may seem, I have to accept the view that He was and is God. God has landed on this enemy-occupied world in human form.

Few things exhibit Lewis’ sharp intellect better than his logical paradigms. His clear, rational thinking has led to the conversion and assurance of many, yet he maintained a deep humility throughout his life.

Read Lewis like never before

In Logos, you can search Lewis’ writings to compare not only the progression of his thoughts through a single book, but through time and the surrounding context. With the 30-volume C.S. Lewis Collection, you’ll get digital, searchable volumes of Lewis’ best works that allow you to study his insights like never before.

For a limited time, get the C.S. Lewis Collection for 30% off. Pre-order now to lock in this special price!

10 Resources under $10 Each

Time’s running out to save big on January’s deals! You don’t need a coupon code—just add these resources to your cart before the month is over to get these great prices.

Browse all of this month’s discounts today!

Make 2015 a year for reading: apologetics, commentaries, devotionals, or even a new Bible version! Supercharge your library with fresh content with these 10 titles on sale for under $10 each:

  1. jesus-the-final-daysJesus: The Final Days (36% off)

    Together, Craig A. Evans and N.T. Wright concisely and compellingly convey the drama and world-shattering significance of Jesus’ final days on earth.

  2. Bitesize Theology (17% off)

    In this easy-to-read book, Peter Jeffery shows us just how tantalizingly enjoyable Bible teaching can be.

  3. Intimate Moments with the Hebrew Names of God (11% off)

    Discover the wonder and glory of the nature of the Creator with this unique devotional.

  4. Historic Creeds and Confessions (44% off)

    Get documents that are foundational to basic Christian doctrine and valuable for believers today to read, consider, and understand.

  5. A Free Grace Primer (11% off)

    This work tackles difficult theological questions, such as, “How can I be sure I have everlasting life that can never be lost?”

  6. International Standard Version (20% off)

    The International Standard Version embodies the best results of modern scholarship as to the meaning of Scripture and expresses it in clear and natural English.

  7. the-pursuit-of-godThe Pursuit of God (13% off)

    If you are thirsting for more of God, Tozer’s timeless classic will draw you into a deep, abiding relationship with the one who “nourishes the soul.”

  8. What the Bible Teaches about Spiritual Warfare (17% off)

    In this book, the authors use the Bible to address and answer questions about resisting the devil.

  9. Seeking the Face of God (17% off)

    For those just beginning to study the Psalms as well as those who know them well and wish to consider them from a new angle, this collection of sermons from one of the greatest preachers of the twentieth century will move your mind to greater understanding and your heart to deeper worship.

  10. The Epistle to the Hebrews (36% off)

    Brooke Foss Westcott’s classic commentary on Hebrews contains verse-by-verse exegetical commentary, as well as multiple dissertations on various subjects relating to the epistle.

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These titles will help you get a head start on your 2015 reading goals. The Logos versions go where you go—on mobile, on your desktop, and now on your Kindle with Logos 6.

Don’t forget to check out the rest of January’s monthly deals.

5 Cost-Effective Ways to Build Your Logos Library

l6-overview-gold-featuredYour Logos library becomes more powerful (and valuable) when you add resources. Besides providing you with new content and reading material, additional resources are one of the easiest ways to get more out of what you already own—they create connections that you wouldn’t have been able to find otherwise.

If you don’t yet have a Logos 6 base package, that’s the best place to start: base packages give you the best value when you’re building your library.

But if you already own a base package, here are five of the easiest and most cost-effective ways to build your Logos library:

1. Upgrade to a higher base package

During the Logos 6 introductory sale, you can take advantage of promotional discounts paired with Dynamic Pricing when you upgrade your library—you’ll be able to add resources found in Logos 6 without giving up any books you already own. And if you’re already using Logos 6, you’ll only pay for the books and tools that are new to you—you’ll never pay for the same datasets, media, or other resources twice.

But Logos 6 introductory offers end February 2: now’s the best time to save on an upgrade. You’ll get a custom discount based on your Dynamic Price, you’ll get the 15% promotional discount, and you could qualify for gifts with your purchase. You can also use an interest-free payment plan to spread the cost over up to 24 months.

Upgrade your base package today >

2. Add another base package

One of the best ways to add tons of new books at great prices is to get a second or third base package. Once you own all of Logos 6’s tools, datasets, and media, you can get additional base packages and only pay for the books that aren’t already in your library.

Check out base packages based on different faith traditions or special interests—you can choose the perfect collection of books to round out your library for your faith or expertise. You can also pick your library based on the specific resources included. If you see a base package with collections or series you’ve been eyeing, you could get each new volume for just a few dollars.

Browse all base-package tracks >

3. Get book bundles on the topics you care about most

If you often focus on a specific area of study, topical bundles are a great way to get high-quality resources at a fraction of their regular prices. These bundles are tailored to excel in Logos 6: you’ll get key resources that enhance the tools and capabilities built into your software.

When you add bundles that fit the areas you’re most interested in, your study becomes more powerful. Having more books on specific topics will create more connections between them, empowering you to discover new insights.

Choose from bundles on Greek and Hebrew studies, church history, pastoral care and counseling, and much more. Or, get them all with the Master Bundle!

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4. Monitor the monthly sale

If you’re looking for individual resources, start with the monthly sale: you’ll find deals at every price point on a variety of topics. And don’t forget to check your wish list—chances are good you’ll see something on sale you’ve been wanting! You can get big savings on commentaries, reference works, biblical-studies resources, and more.

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5. Claim your freebies

What’s better than adding free books to your library? You can often find free books attached to different sales, so watch for these opportunities throughout the year.

However, some titles are free year round—for example, get R.C. Sproul’s Crucial Questions Series and add 20 volumes on various theological topics, including the Holy Spirit, baptism, and more.

Plus, every month, check out the Free Book of the Month—over the course of a year, you’ll add 12 additional titles to your library at no cost.

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Start building your library today with Logos 6!

Logos 6 introductory offers end February 2, so time’s running out to save on new base packages and upgrades.

Upgrade to Logos 6 today, or get an additional base package to pair with your existing library: whatever you choose, you won’t want to miss this chance to save.

Check out all of your options, or see which base package we recommend for you.

Why I Bought Another Base Package

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logos-6-goldI got Logos 6 Gold the day it came out. For me it was a no-brainer. The combination of new tools like Visual Copy, Interactive Media, and a solid set of reference works—many of which I’d already been eyeing—made it an easy decision.

At the time, I was deep into a study of Old Testament altars, and Cultural Concepts helped me make connections that I would have otherwise missed. My love for Logos 6 hasn’t waned an ounce since then. Every time I open the software I learn something new.

But last week I noticed something. Many users, especially Logos 6 owners, were buying second and third base packages. I had never considered doing this; one research library seemed to serve me just fine. I wondered, “What do these people know that I don’t?

So I did a little investigating, and it turns out that I could add some very valuable reference works to my library at a huge savings if I picked up a second base package.

baptist-bronzeI started with the Baptist track because it’s the most familiar to me. (I grew up Baptist, and my father is still a Baptist pastor in the southeastern US.) And sure enough, Logos 6 Baptist Bronze included 63 books that would be new to me.

The tradition-specific base-package tracks share many of the same reference works that powered my library, but they also included some works that I lacked, including:

Thanks to Dynamic Pricing, I could add these 63 titles to my library for just $175.66—that’s $2.76 per title! This seemed like another no-brainer to me.

reformed-bronzeThen I jumped over to the Reformed track, and found much of the same. Dynamic Pricing offers me Logos 6 Reformed Bronze (and its 26 books new to me) for less than $100. The price per title was a little higher—at $3.17—but the quality of works included was also high:

So for less than $3.25 per title, I could add nearly 100 more exceptional reference works to my Logos library. I was missing out!

If, like me, your appetite for learning seems to outrun your book budget and you’re always on the hunt for a bargain, I’d encourage you to add a second (or third) base package to your library.

Base packages are the most cost-effective way to grow your theological library, especially for those of us who have been Logos users for a long time and can—by virtue of our existing libraries—make good use of Dynamic Pricing. Base-package families enable us to augment our library with teaching from the traditions we’d like to explore further.

With introductory offers like 15% off and up to $900.00 worth of gifts available, this is the best time to buy. These offers end soon, so take advantage of them before they’re gone!

Shop for your second (or third) base package today.

Vos’ Reformed Dogmatics: “Like a Lost Shakespeare Play Recently Discovered”

reformed-dogmaticsOnly a profoundly influential work could warrant such high praise. Some view Geerhardus Vos’ Reformed Dogmatics as the foundation for modern Reformed biblical theology. For the first time ever, Reformed Dogmatics is available in English—and the first three volumes are out now!

Vos’ strong grounding in biblical scholarship and biblical theology makes his Reformed Dogmatics unique. A fresh biblical perspective is brought to Vos’ systematic theology, giving this work a broad appeal to academics, students, pastors, and those with a great interest in biblical theology.

An example of this wide interest can be found in this photo:

Vos at ETS

At the Annual Meeting of the Evangelical Theological Society in San Diego last November, three prominent modern theologians came together and celebrated the printing of volume 1 of Reformed Dogmatics (from left to right, Michael Horton, Scott Hahn, and Michael Bird).

What people are saying

On the Lexham Press blog, we rounded up some of the buzz surrounding the release of Reformed Dogmatics in English. Here’s some of the praise Vos’ Reformed Dogmatics has received:

Like books, people can become ‘classics.’ Great in their day, but richer and more fulfilling with time. Not yet a classic, Vos’ never-before-published Reformed Dogmatics is more like a lost Shakespeare play recently discovered. There seems to have been a flurry in recent years of systematic theologians writing with an eye for biblical theology. With this series we now have a biblical theologian writing a systematic theology. Thanks to Lexham Press for giving us such a long-awaited but impressive access to this much-discussed gem.

—Michael Horton, professor of theology and apologetics, Westminster Seminary California

The state of access to deep, historic, orthodox Reformed theology has progressed exponentially in the last decade or so. Resources previously inaccessible to many have now become available to a vastly wider audience. In my view, the capstone of this accessibility is in this masterful work of Geerhardus Vos. Vos has the singularly unique accumen and ability to summarize and state concisely some of the deepest truths of Reformed theology. These volumes will now be my first recommendation to anyone who wants to understand the riches of the Bibles’ teaching in a compressed and clear way. Thanks to Richard B. Gaffin Jr., to the translators, and to Lexham Press for putting this work into our hands.

—K. Scott Oliphint, professor of apologetics and systematic theology, Westminster Seminary California

Get it today!

For the first time ever, you can now access Reformed Dogmatics in English, translated and edited by biblical theologian and Vos expert Richard B. Gaffin Jr. You’ll gain valuable insight into the formative thought of this influential theologian.

The first three volumes are available now, with the final two volumes forthcoming over the next two years.

Don’t miss this important piece of biblical theology—get it today!

Newly Updated Series for 2015

The new year has kept us busy keeping updated the collections you know and love—check out these favorite commentary and sermon products to make sure you’re not missing key resources in your Bible study and sermon prep!

Tim Keller Sermon Archive (1989–2013)

Now updated to include sermons from 2012 and 2013, this sermon archive from expository preacher Timothy Keller features over 1,300 sermons across dozens of books of the Bible. His rich Bible-first preaching now engages readers with expository hermeneutics and applicable illustrations. Tagged to populate the Sermon Starter Guide, these sermons will engage and enlighten readers studying any passage from which Keller has preached.

46541Baker Exegetical Commentary on the New Testament (BECNT) (17 vols.)

This series is now updated with Jeffrey A.D. Weima’s volume on 1 and 2 Thessalonians. BECNT is a favorite of many, offering sound scholarship for New Testament exegesis and providing the tools you need for language studies, theological interpretations, and pastoral application.

Classic Commentaries and Studies on 1 & 2 Corinthians (49 vols.)

Get 49 volumes of exegetical, theological, and critical studies on these major Pauline epistles. Charles Hodge, Charles J. Ellicott, John Calvin, and Frédéric Louis Godet are just some of the commentators who’ll fill out your Passage Guide, providing verse-by-verse insight as practical today as it has been in centuries past.

Welwyn Commentary Series (56 vols.)

This series now includes three new volumes on Deuteronomy, Joshua, and Ruth. Expand your Old Testament analysis with an Evangelical favorite. These volumes are designed for preaching and teaching, providing history, hermeneutics, and the cultural context around each pericope and passage.

Social-Science Commentary (6 vols.)Social-Science Commentary

This series covers the majority of the New Testament, providing a thorough sociocultural lens through which to read the New Testament as one would from the first century. Dig into the New Testament as an anthropologist and study the cultural idioms, customs, and lifestyles of those who first received the letters and Gospels of the New Testament.

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Always wanted to have one of these collections in your library, but the price tag put a damper on your purchase? Get them with a monthly payment plan to add them to your library today with manageable increments! Add these books to your library and start using them right away, but spread the payments out over time.

Update your favorite series today!

Context Matters: Dr. John Walton Explains Why

mobile-ed-john-walton-background-of-the-old-testament-bundleThanks to Mobile Ed, you can sit under the dynamic instruction of professors like Dr. John Walton of Wheaton College from the comfort of your own living room.

Dr. Walton has been teaching about the the ancient cultures in which the Bible was written for more than 20 years. In his two-course set on Old Testament backgrounds, Dr. Walton teaches how to analyze the Old Testament text on its own terms, and understanding the original author’s intent in context.

Check out this animated preview to see the kinds of topics Dr. Walton addresses in these courses:

Context matters. That’s why we’ve built so many tools into Logos 6 to help you understand the culture in which the text was written. Cultural Concepts was designed with this very purpose in mind. Over 1,000 cultural concepts across 80,000 hand-labeled tags make ancient ideas accessible to modern readers like you and me.

Use tools like Logos 6′s Cultural Concepts and courses like Dr. Walton’s to deliver helpful and refreshing biblical insights to those around you.

Master Old Testament backgrounds with Dr. Walton’s two-course bundle, and get Logos 6 to continue learning with tools like Cultural Concepts.

Logos 6 Crossgrades: Get the Latest Bible Study Tools

crossgrade-options-logos-6It’s time for you to make the jump to Logos 6. Introductory offers are ending February 2, which means that if you wait any longer, you’ll miss out on 15% discounts and limited-time gifts with your Logos 6 purchase.

You’ve seen the amazing things Logos 6 can do, and a new Logos 6 library will give you the best experience: you’ll get key resources and tools that allow you to make new connections between texts and uncover biblical insights.

But maybe you’re happy with your current library, you prefer building your library book by book, or a base package just isn’t in your budget right now. That’s OK: we created a few options just for you!

They’re called crossgrades.

Crossgrading gives you Logos 6’s tools and capabilities without a whole new library. If you just want to study with Logos 6’s powerful functionality, a crossgrade is perfect for you. You’ll still keep all your current books and notes. Plus, if you decide to upgrade to a base package later, you can take advantage of Dynamic Pricing and only pay for what’s new to you.

You can choose from three different crossgrade options:

core-crossgrade-logos-6Core Crossgrade

Regularly $399.95, get it for $33.33/month (for 12 months)

Core Crossgrade offers all the tools and datasets you’ll find in Logos 6 Silver. This option is best if you want to get the basics but don’t need the entire suite of advanced tools found in Gold and higher. You’ll get Interactive Media like converters and infographics, the Ancient Literature tool, the Propositional Flow Outline, Factbook, and more.
 

feature-crossgrade-logos-6Feature Crossgrade

Regularly $599.95, get it for $47.50/month (for 12 months)

If you want Logos 6′s full functionality, Feature Crossgrade is for you. This is a great option if you’re happy with your current library, but you want all of Logos 6’s new tools, datasets, and media. In addition to all the tools and datasets in Core Crossgrade, you’ll get Textual Variants, the Psalms and Proverbs Explorers, the Sense Section, and more!
 

extended-crossgrade-logos-6Extended Crossgrade

Regularly $799.95, get it for $61.66/month (for 12 months)

Extended Crossgrade offers the best value: you’ll get all of Logos 6’s tools and datasets, plus a collection of additional resources—a $1,300.00 value! In addition to new tools, you’ll get a selection of Bible translations, interlinears, lectionaries, and classic works.

Choose your crossgrade today!

With payment plans, you can spread the cost of any crossgrade over 12 months: for example, with Feature Crossgrade, you could get all of Logos 6’s tools for less than $50 a month (or less than $1.10 a day). Start using your new software right away—without having to pay the full amount up front.

Now’s the best time to get Logos 6: select a crossgrade option today so you don’t miss out on all of their cutting-edge tools and functionality.

Or give us a call on the Upgrade Express at 888-875-9491—we’ll help you find the perfect option right away!

Last Chance: The Works of Jonathan Edwards Shipping Soon

the-works-of-jonathan-edwardsJonathan Edwards was an American theologian who left his mark on Reformed theology through his fiery preaching and extensive writings and is widely read by pastors, in seminaries, and the academy.

The critical edition of his writings—produced by Yale University Press—is one of the most important intellectual and publication achievements of the past century, containing notes, sermons, and treatises that have remained unpublished until now.

On January 19, we’ll ship this monumental collection and provide you with access the most dynamic edition of Edwards’ works available today.

Make sure to place your order in order to take advantage of the reduced Pre-Pub price of $899.95—30% off the regular price!

America’s premier theologian

Jonathan Edwards was the only son of Timothy Edwards, a minister, and Esther Stoddard, the daughter of a respected minister from Massachusetts. At 13, Edwards entered Yale College where he studied natural sciences along with theology and the humanities—graduating in 1720 as valedictorian. While at Yale, he began writing extensively on science—even drawing up a plan for a magnum opus on “natural philosophy” that was never completed. After graduation, he preached in a Presbyterian church as their “pulpit supply,” but not their pastor, while also teaching at Yale College.

In 1720, he began to record his famous “Resolutions” and felt overwhelmed by the grace of God, something he previously feared and hated. By 1727, he was ordained minister of the church at Northampton where his grandfather also pastored. In the same year, he married Sarah Pierpont, who also hailed from a family of ministers. Though his early years in Northampton were difficult, revival broke out in the congregation and began to spread throughout New England, becoming what we now call the first Great Awakening. Though criticized by traditional and Enlightenment-minded clergy, Edwards vigorously defended the revival from its critics, penning A Faithful Narrative of the Surprising Work of God to document the events first hand and to counter Old Light theologians who scoffed at the revival as “mere enthusiasm.”

Although a sought-after speaker throughout the region and abroad, Edwards was never very popular in his own church, and after withholding communion from erring members of his congregation, he was removed from the pulpit at Northampton. He took up the pastorate of a church in Stockbridge before replacing Aaron Burr Sr. as the president of the College of New Jersey (Princeton University). Jonathan Edwards died on March 22, 1758 from complications from a smallpox inoculation.

Edwards, the writer

Edwards’ writing spans a variety of topics, including theology and history, as well as natural and theoretical philosophy. Many of his writings came in the form of sermons, the most famous of which is “Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God”—an exposition on the fate of unrepentant humanity.

He also wrote penetrating theological treatises, such as Freedom of the Will, The Great Christian Doctrine of Original Sin Defended, and Religious Affections—each of which provided forceful defenses of God’s activity in the world and of traditional Reformed doctrine.

Arguably his most intellectually creative work, The End for Which God Created the World, is a fascinating exposition that John Piper describes as “a vision of God” that “took me captive thirty years ago and has put its stamp on every part of my life and ministry.” Edwards also edited the diary of influential Native American missionary David Brainerd, helping to ensure its preservation.

With Logos, Edwards’ works are completely searchable. Whether you’re looking for every occurrence of the word “hell” in “Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God” or “grace” in Religious Affections, Logos finds exactly what you are looking for. And whenever you perform a search in the Passage Guide or Sermon Starter Guide, Edwards’ relevant sermons are pulled into your results, allowing you to glean the most important material for your study. Edwards’ writings are now in a format that will benefit students, pastors, and scholars alike in both research and writing.

Get a glimpse into how you can use these works in your studies:

This discount is going away soon!

The Works of Jonathan Edwards will ship January 19. Until then, you can take advantage of this amazing content at an incredible price. Pre-order this collection for $899.95 (30% off the regular price) before it ships!

Don’t wait—pre-order The Works of Jonathan Edwards before January 19 and save!

Why You Need More Books (Even If You Think You Don’t)

It's not just about more books: it's about the connections between themIf you evaluate the value of Logos resources and the value of print books by the same standards, you’re bound to miss some of what makes Logos resources special.

To understand what you get when you add a book to your Logos library, you have to understand both how they differ from print books and how they integrate with your software’s tools.

Logos resources are more than just books

When you get new Logos resources, you get more than just texts to read. You can’t just think of Logos resources the same way as their traditional print counterparts, meant to be referred to occasionally or read from cover to cover. You also have to think of them as information and data sources.

A lot of people resist the idea of growing their library and fall into a trap of thinking, “I already have more books than I’ll ever be able to read.”

But remember—Logos resources aren’t the same as print books.

In the traditional sense, a book only provides value when you take it off the shelf and manually approach it—whether to read it from start to finish, or to look up a particular chapter or section you’re familiar with.

You can do all of that with a Logos resource; it’s easy to open a book and read it on your screen or jump to a specific section (just like you do with your print books!)—but that’s only a small part of its value. The value is found in specialized tagging and corresponding tools built around content in the Logos format.

Logos will expose content in the midst of your study—content that would’ve otherwise been left on your bookshelf. You don’t have to know what every book in your library contains: we’ll do that heavy lifting for you and present you with the most relevant information.

Here are a couple reasons why you’ll benefit from a bigger library:

  • You’ll get more out of Logos 6’s tools when they have an information source to pull from. Think of your Logos library as a giant database: the larger this source, the better your tools will perform. Your searches will be more comprehensive, your guides will contain more content, and you’ll have more primary and secondary sources to draw from in your research. Even if you never spend focused time studying new resources, they’ll help you from behind the scenes, powering your favorite tools.
  • Adding new books will increase the value of the resources you already own. You might think your library is completely sufficient for your study, and maybe that’s true. Maybe you won’t ever need to read or study more books. But what if your favorite books were even more valuable? That’s the power that comes from increasing the size of your library: when you add more resources, you’ll get more out of your existing resources. By linking your resources together, you’ll get additional relevant background information and link new pieces of information that you would’ve missed before.

Here’s how it works with sermons

Let’s say you have a library filled with sermons, like the Preaching and Sermons Bundle. You can treat your library just like you would a traditional library, selecting a sermon and reading through it—and that’s fine! But if you do that, you’ll miss out on what makes sermons in the Logos format so useful.

The sermons in your library have special tagging that labels them by criteria like title, preacher, passage, and content. This tagging powers the Sermon Starter Guide found in Logos 5 and 6; your tools pull from it to expose content.

This tool allows you to effectively use a large library. You don’t have to maintain an intimate knowledge of every sermon in your library or spend hours searching for the right information: the Sermon Starter Guide will help you get at what you need to know without a time-intensive search. Whether you’re a pastor looking to see how others have approached a topic, or you’d just like to hear sermons on a specific biblical passage, you’ll quickly have all of your library’s relevant information right in front of you.

All of a sudden, the special markup and tooling found in the Logos format give you a lot more from your collection of sermons than just the ability to open and read them one by one.

In a traditional library, your works aren’t helping you when they sit on the shelf, so it makes sense to limit the size of your library to the books that you refer to regularly. That’s simply not the case with Logos libraries—they’re the equivalent, plus more.

How does this help me?

You’re getting more out of your books when they’re in the Logos format than when they’re just print resources, but what is that “something more?”

It’s where you’ll find unexpected insights. They might come from an author you’ve never heard of, a book you never expected to read, or a resource you forgot was even in your library.

When you add a book or collection to your library, you might not know how you’ll use it in the future. But you’ll only have the ability to do powerful searches and study if you own the resources.

You can often get books for just a couple dollars—when compared with the potential influence an insight or piece of wisdom can hold, the value becomes clear. You’ll be able to discover insights that will inspire you and help you impact others—even if you never read the book cover to cover.

So, what are the best ways to get more books?

If you don’t have a Logos 6 base package, that’s where you should start. Base packages are the ideal foundation for your library: you’ll get a combination of tools, datasets, and resources. If you’re looking for a specific recommendation, try Logos 6 Gold: not only will you get a great selection of books, you’ll also get all of Logos 6’s tools and media.

Get Logos 6 now!

If you already have a Logos 6 base package, consider one of these options: