Pre-order the Ancient Christian Writers Bundle for $180 Off!

AncientChristian_collectionCoverThe Ancient Christian Writers Bundle is available now for pre-order from Logos—get it for 20% off!

An important library addition

With 65 volumes and almost 20,000 pages, Ancient Christian Writers is one of the premier modern English-language collections of early Christian writings. All together, these books would cost you between $1,500.00 and $2,000.00 in print, but if you pre-order them from Logos, you can get the entire set for less than half that price.

If you already own the Early Church Fathers or Fathers of the Church series, Ancient Christian Writers forms an important complement. It contains a number of important writings not available in the other sets. You’ll get Origen’s Exhortation to Martyrdom and his influential commentary and homilies on the Song of Songs, Jerome’s Commentary on Ecclesiastes, and John Chrysostom’s Baptismal Instructions, along with writings of Paulinus of Nola, Prosper of Aquitaine, Theodoret of Cyrus, and others.

Ancient wisdom, modern translation

Even where there is overlap, you can use Logos to easily compare the translations side by side. The study of the early church is a developing and sometimes contentious field, so the differences in translation and interpretation between editions can be as eye-opening as comparing different translations of Scripture.

Ancient Christian Writers gives you the wisdom of the early church with modern translations and scholarship. Logos makes that wisdom instantly accessible and searchable and connects it to the broader history of the church and development of theology.

Pre-order today to lock in the best price!

Celebrate John Knox’s 500th Birthday with Discounts on His Works

knoxThe six-volume The Works of John Knox is on sale for a limited time! Save 20% with coupon code KNOX14 at checkout. Get it now!

Who was John Knox?

The Protestant Reformation was no stranger to controversial figures. Among the ranks of John Calvin and Martin Luther stood another giant—this one Scottish, John Knox. He, like his predecessors and mentors, generated much contention, but also inspired many to preach a pure gospel and search the Scriptures.

Little is known about Knox’s early life, though many scholars agree that he was born circa 1514 in Haddington, near Edinburgh. At 25, he was suddenly and dramatically called to the preaching ministry—a calling that he responded to with reluctance and tears. His life was tumultuous, as were the times in which he lived and preached. As Reformed doctrine crept into Scotland, he was persuaded and joined the ranks of the reformers. In a short span, Knox went from a minister’s broadsword-bearing bodyguard, to a preacher, to a galley slave, to a student of John Calvin, to a traveling preacher, to a pen-wielding prophet decrying the bloody Queen of Scots, Mary Tudor.

In 1559, after extensive traveling and writing, he returned to Scotland and “deployed his formidable preaching skills to increase Protestant militancy.” His preaching both caused riots and drew souls to love Jesus Christ, nearly in the same breath. Knox was elected the minister of the Edinburgh church, and wielding his preaching prowess as a weapon to cut the quick, applying his biblical exposition to Scotland’s situation.

the-works-of-john-knoxScotland’s political-religious climate was rapidly shifting, and there was much work to be done in the upheaval. Knox and several others, in light of the massive number of Protestant conversions, took pen to paper and wrote The Book of Church Order—upon which the entire Presbyterian church would be based. Even today, Presbyterians look to The Book of Church Order for polity and church-administration issues, and they look to Knox as their founder.

Knox is often portrayed as a fiery, courageous prophet, standing Elijah-like at the pulpit, decrying God’s enemies with a broadsword in one hand and a Bible in the other. Yet the reality is something different. Knox, by all accounts, was a timid, frail, and fragile man, who when “stripped of his God-given might and the thundering power of his calling, what remains is a mere mortal, a small man, ‘low in stature, and of a weakly constitution’.”

“Knox is a model for the ordinary Christian, especially the one who feels his own weakness but who nevertheless wants to serve Christ in a troubled world. Knox is eminently relevant to all Christians who have ever been forced to come face to face with their own littleness” (Douglas Bond, The Mighty Weakness of John Knox).

Learn more about his life and legacy

To celebrate Knox’s quincentennial, you can save 20% on the six-volume The Works of John Knox with coupon code KNOX14 at checkout—get yours now!

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Get $100 Off the Lexham Bible Guides: Paul’s Letters Collection

lexham-bible-guides-pauls-letters-collectionLexham Bible Guide: Romans—the longest and most anticipated volume in the Lexham Bible Guides: Paul’s Letters Collection—is finally here! We’ve been working on this final volume for almost a year now and, to celebrate its release, the whole collection is on sale. Get it now for $100.00 off!

The biggest Bible guide yet

Romans is Paul’s longest and most important epistle and is regarded as one of the most important writings in the history of the Christian faith. There are countless commentaries, essays, and books devoted to the interpretation of Romans throughout the centuries. With such a massive discussion to draw from, our research team spent over 1,500 hours researching and writing this Bible guide to ensure no stone was left unturned.

By the end of this long process, we wrote more than 200,000 words—that’s more than 650 typeset pages of carefully and purposefully curated research! There are also 39 Greek word studies, hundreds of bibliography entries, and thousands of links to the Logos library.

The collection is now complete

With this Romans volume, the Lexham Bible Guides: Paul’s Letters Collection is finally complete. When you account for all of the work that went into these Bible guides, the numbers are staggering: we’ve written almost 800,000 words—more than 2,000 typeset pages—on the 13 Pauline epistles.

All of our work allows you to enhance your research like never before! You will be able to find the most important pieces of discussion, quickly. You will discover connections within Scripture you’ve never seen before. And you will gain a unique perspective, a complete overview of all relevant literature—from exegetical topics to interpretive issues.

Get it today!

For those of you who already own the Paul’s Letters Collection, Romans should download to your library automatically. If you were waiting for this final volume to be completed before taking the dive into this amazing collection, now is the perfect time. Lexham Bible Guides: Paul’s Letters Collection is $100.00 off for a limited time. Jump-start your research today!

Get One-Time Discounts on Bundles and Top Resources

L5 Upgrade SaleRight now, we’re offering limited-time discounts on base-package upgrades. What’s more, when you upgrade or buy a new base package, you get to take advantage of exclusive, one-time discounts on bundles and top resources.

All you need to do is add a Logos 5 base package to your cart, then make your library even better with 50% off bundles and big savings on some of our most popular resources!

Get 50% off bundles

Bundles are the simplest, most cost-effective way to personalize your library and get specific resources to help you grow in your field. We offer bundles to help you be a better preacher, counselor, original-language expert, and more. And when you upgrade, you get to choose from all of them for 50% off!

Why add more resources to your library? Because the more titles you have in your library, the more powerful each individual resource becomes. Logos 5 links together every resource in your library by citation, topic, phrase, and more. The more resources in your library, the more unique connections Logos makes between them—and the more you get to benefit from revealing searches and new biblical connections.

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When you upgrade, you get special savings on commentaries, Bibles, dictionaries, and more! Here are just a few resources you can get extra savings on:

These deals are only available when you upgrade or buy a base package. Save on top resources and bundles: take advantage of your custom upgrade discount and upgrade today!

You Don’t Want to Miss Craig Evans’ New Courses!

Craig EvansEvery week, the Logos Mobile Ed department gathers to catch up, recap the week’s happenings in the studio, and discuss current projects. This week, many of our team members are working through Dr. Craig Evans’ six courses on New Testament backgrounds, currently available for pre-order.

As we went round the table, the resounding cry from all engrossed in Evans’ courses was “I’m definitely not tired of Dr. Evans yet!”

I had the privilege of working with Dr. Evans on many of these courses, and I heartily agree—I don’t think I could ever tire of this content. Dr. Evans, with an easy demeanor and a sharp tongue, delivers punch after punch of helpful insights derived from a broad knowledge base. He’s an expert in his field, and he brings all that expertise to bear for your learning benefit. If you consider yourself a student of the Bible, trust us: you won’t want to miss these courses.

The six-course NT backgrounds collection features in-depth content on the Dead Sea Scrolls, archaeology, the reliability of the New Testament manuscripts, and much more. Everything’s focused on one goal: bringing you a deeper understanding of the New Testament and its context.

Mobile Ed: designed for you

These Mobile Ed courses are designed just for you, to fit into any busy lifestyle. The lectures are broken up into short, digestible segments. The transcripts are as valuable as any Logos resource. You can search them, annotate them, and comb through them using the Passage and Topic Guides in Logos 5. This is an education attainable for anyone, from layperson to seminary grad, and it’s right where you are, on any device with Logos.

Get it for 42% off!

The six-volume Craig A. Evans New Testament Backgrounds Bundle is available for pre-order now at a massive 42% off. Don’t miss this chance to add Dr. Evans’ insights to your library—pre-order the bundle today!

Get a Free French Bible!

Get a Free French BibleWe want to equip people across the world with Logos’ powerful study tools. That’s why we’re working on getting Logos resources into as many languages as possible.

A few months ago, we hired a French product manager to help bring you a wide variety of French products. Now we have some very cool stuff on the way:

Get a free book, Verse of the Week art, and the best deals!

If you’d like to stay in the loop about new French products, updates, and sales, there are a few ways to do it:

1. Subscribe to the French email list. You’ll get updates on new French Community Pricing and Pre-Pub resources, as well as new products and sales. You’ll also get a coupon code to get Louis Segond 1910 French Bible for free! If you like free books and discounts, you’ll want to be on this list. Head over to the French page and subscribe.

2. Follow Logos French on social media. Take a sec to like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter—we post weekly Scripture art in French, so follow along and be encouraged!

3. Check out our French resources. Right now, you can get early-bird savings on the Bible en Français collection. Keep an eye on the French products list for new Pre-Pubs and Community Pricing resources.

Check out all our French products, and sign up for the French email list—head over to Logos.com/fr now!

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Nous voulons vous aider avec les meilleurs outils pour étudier la Bible. C’est pourquoi nous travaillons pour avoir des ressources au format Logos dans plusieurs langues.

Il y a quelques mois, nous avons engagé un spécialiste pour des produits français pour nous aider à améliorer notre sélection des produits dans la belle langue.

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Inscrivez-vous sur notre liste de courriel. Vous recevra des mises à jour pour nos nouveaux produits. Maintenant quand vous faites l’inscription, vous allez recevoir un code (dans un déjlai de 24 heures)pour recevoir la Bible Louis Segond 1910 gratuitement.

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1. Vous pouvez nous visiter sur les réseaux sociaux. Vous pouvez nous aimer sur  Facebook et sur Twitter— nous donnons chaque semaine de l’art biblique gratuitement juste pour votre encouragement. C’est pour vous d’utiliser comme vous voulez. Égalemnt, il y a les forums de Logos.

2. Regardez nos ressources en français. Pour l’instant ,vous pouvez avoir la Bible en français (5 tomes) en rabais, car il s’agit d’une prépublication pour un temps limité. Aussi, il y a l’Institution de la Réligion Chrétienne par Jean Calvin, et le Catéchisme de l’Église Catholique.

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Last Chance: Get 50% Off the New Interpreter’s Dictionary of the Bible

new-interpreters-dictionary-of-the-bibleHave questions about people, places, or theological concepts? With a Bible dictionary, you can find answers in thousands of articles by leading scholars.

If you already have a Bible dictionary, you know how valuable they are—you’ve already benefited from having that wealth of biblical information at your fingertips. But if you don’t have the New Interpreter’s Dictionary of the Bible, you’re still missing out. And if you don’t pre-order it by the 17th, you’ll miss out on the Pre-Pub price!

The New Interpreter’s Dictionary of the Bible provides some of the best in contemporary biblical scholarship on a wide range of topics, including the Old and New Testaments, the Deuterocanonical books, and contextual studies of the ancient Near East, the Greco-Roman worlds, and their literatures.

Still not convinced?

“The New Interpreter’s Bible Dictionary combines the latest biblical scholarship with the practical needs of pastors, teachers and students in a way that will deepen their understanding and enliven their experience of the living Word in Scripture.”
—Rev. Jim Harnish, Hyde Park United Methodist Church, Tampa, Florida

“I’m looking forward to The New Interpreter’s Bible Dictionary so I may continue with the work of the church. I’ve read many articles already, and it is very helpful when you are working on a sermon, a presentation, or preparing for a Bible study class.”
—Rev. Evelene “Tweedy” Navarrete-Sombrero, Holbrook United Methodist Church, Holbrook, Arizona

Hurry, because this deal expires on July 17! Pre-order the New Interpreter’s Dictionary of the Bible today.

Early Praise for Lexham Methods Series

Lexham Methods SeriesThe Lexham Methods Series has been on quite the roller-coaster ride:

  • First, we moved it from Pre-Pub onto Community Pricing so that you could have a say in its final price.
  • Then we cut the price by over 75% so that even more of you could benefit from this amazing resource.
  • Most recently, we had some of our contributors tell you how the Lexham Methods Series will help make your Bible study better.

We’ve even created a print proof (above) of the first volume in the series, Textual Criticism of the Bible. Check it out!

Why people love it

Now that the book is in print, we’ve been able to send out advance copies to external readers—seminarians, professors, and other experts in the field—for feedback. Here are a few of the things they had to say:

“First, I am a huge fan of how this volume is organized. It is easy to read through in a few sittings or to use as a reference guide. The table of contents is easily navigated and labeled so that it is simple to find the subject matter you might be looking for.

“This volume is perhaps one of the most thorough yet accessible introductions to textual criticism available. For the most part it finds a good balance between scholarly treatment of the issues and accessibility to the average reader. The sections on both Old and New Testament textual criticism have sub-sections on how to do textual criticism. These sections themselves are reason enough to get the volume.”
—Matt McMains, PhD student at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary and blogger at The Beginning of the End

“I thought it had good information and was very readable. I’m going to recommend it to the MDiv students I know who have an interest in textual criticism.”
—Ruth Whiteford, PhD student at Concordia Seminary St. Louis

“Organizationally, it’s fantastic. It addresses all the key issues without dumbing them down and yet balances scholarship and accessibility quite well.

“In short, readers of this book will learn why textual criticism matters and will be introduced to the method well enough to understand how it works and why it matters—as well as having a good foundation for further research.”
—Jim West, pastor of Petros Baptist Church, professor of biblical studies at Quartz Hill School of Theology, and blogger at Zwinglius Redivivus

Right now, the four-volume Lexham Methods Series is just $60 on Community Pricing—that’s $15 per volume. Place your bid today!

Your True Gold Savings: Upgrading vs. Buying Individual Resources

Gold-PackageLogos 5 base packages offer massive discounts compared to purchasing individual resources. For example, if you purchased every individual resource in Logos 5 Gold, you’d pay more than $10,000.00. With Gold, though, you can add all 1,076 resources for just $1,549.95—you’re getting thousands of dollars in savings!

And when you factor in your limited-time upgrade and ownership discounts, you can save even more.

Then, with Logos 5’s powerful tools, you can make new connections across your library, contextualize Scripture, find answers in seconds, and better understand the Word.

In a nutshell: upgrading your base package is the smartest, most affordable route to more rewarding Bible study.

What if I just want to pick and choose my resources?

L5 Upgrade SaleFair enough. So, let’s say you start with the basics: a few commentaries, a theological dictionary, a contextual resource, and handbooks on the Old and New Testaments. With this in mind, you could get these five resources:

  1. Wesleyan Bible Study Commentary Series (18 vols.) | $249.95
  2. Kittel’s Theological Dictionary of the New Testament (10 vols.) | $199.95
  3. The Context of Scripture (3 vols.) | $299.95
  4. The United Bible Societies’ New Testament Handbook Series (20 vols.) | $399.95
  5. The United Bible Societies’ Old Testament Handbook Series (21 vols.) | $400.00

Together, just these five collections cost $1,549.80. For 15 cents more, you could get them all—plus over 1,000 more volumes—by upgrading to Gold instead. Just a handful of resources included in the base package more than cover the cost of the entire thing!

What are you waiting for?

There’s no question that base packages offer the biggest discount on the tools and resources you need. Plus, with limited-time upgrade savings and ownership discounts, you can get even bigger savings. Discover your custom upgrade discount, and upgrade to Logos 5 Gold today!

Last Chance to Get a Free Book on Community Pricing!

SocialShare_400x400Right now, you can get F.B. Meyer’s Paul: A Servant of Christ for free on Community Pricing. If you haven’t already taken advantage of this deal, you’re running out of time!

Meyer describes Paul’s life as narrated by Paul’s own writings. You’ll gain insight into the twists and turns of the apostle’s story, not to mention his complex, fascinating thought.

How to get your free book

Here’s how to get Paul: A Servant of Christ for free: simply place your bid by July 11, and—if your bid is at or above the closing price—you’ll get the book for free when it becomes available for download.

Why not try it out? Community Pricing is a risk-free way to get amazing deals: check it out, get your free book, and decide for yourself!

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