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Community Pricing lets you choose the price you’re willing to pay on fantastic resources. It’s one of the best ways for you to get a great deal on Mobile Ed courses, Bibles, commentaries, and much more. And even better, there’s no risk—you can cancel your bid at any time, and your card isn’t charged until the resource ships. (We’ll even send you a reminder first.) [Read more…]

The Great Legacy of Richard Watson’s Theological Institutes

Richard Watson’s Theological Institutes was a critical landmark in the development of Methodist doctrine. Originally published in 1831 in four volumes, Watson’s work was the first attempt to systematize John Wesley’s theology. Influencing and guiding the later systematic theological work for Methodist theology, Watson’s Institutes was the main Methodist textbook for systematic theological studies and remained a primary text for over 50 years after his death.

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He Who Loved God Became the Greatest of All

Danish theologian and philosopher Søren Kierkegaard addressed the greatest troubles he saw in his day, including faithlessness, despair, and anxiety. He lived during the Industrial Revolution, in a time when humanity’s scientific potential outweighed the possibilities of faith. Kierkegaard’s writing serves as a corrective for our postmodern era, helping us return faith to the focus of our lives.

In this excerpt from his book, Fear and Trembling, Kierkegaard holds up the example of Abraham as one who exhibited the kind of faith necessary for true greatness. [Read more…]

Dig Deep with Diverse, Rigorous Theological Scholarship

There are only a few days left to get these amazing Eerdmans collections for up to 51% off through the Publisher Spotlight Sale.  

Few collections give you as much diversity, application, and rigorous biblical scholarship as these. Plus, if you already have some of the resources in your Logos library, you’ll get a custom discount. So grab these deals while you can! [Read more…]

Last Chance to Save Up to 40% on August Resources

There are only a few days left to get significant savings on a wide variety of resources in the August Monthly Sale—and the deal on Old Testament Theology is one you don’t want to miss! [Read more…]

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Draw on a wealth of ecclesiastical experience and theological reflection. Inform your passion for the church. Deepen your understanding of theology, history, and Scripture.

Do this all through the Master Journal Bundle 4.1 (2,260+ vols.), a massive collection of cutting-edge scholarship. [Read more…]

14 Courses to Expand Your Knowledge of Christ

The Mobile Ed Christology Conference is happening now, and though it’s too late to join, you can still pick up the courses that serve as the backbone of the conference. Now through August 30, you can save 20% on 14 courses from the conference, including the courses below. [Read more…]

Can a Good Commentary Really Improve Your Bible Study?

Commentaries are one of the best ways to dive into the details of Scripture. But maybe you’ve been intimidated by the sheer number or sizes of commentaries (some are over a thousand pages).

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5 Reasons to Pre-Order Classic Commentaries and Studies on the Pastoral Epistles

The books of 1 & 2 Timothy and Titus, known as the Pastoral Epistles, were written primarily to Church leaders but are also invaluable and applicable to laypeople as well.

And now you can get the 10-volume set Classic Commentaries and Studies on the Pastoral Epistles through Pre-Pub. This means that you get a lower price since this collection hasn’t shipped yet. But once it does, the price will go up. [Read more…]

How to Set Up Online Giving at Your Church

Tithing is integral to every church’s mission, and a lot goes into cultivating a culture of generosity.

One aspect of that is clearing the way for people to give online—which is now the dominant way people donate.

Here’s a quick guide for how to set your church up with online giving, from choosing a provider to getting ready to receive gifts to helping your church adopt online giving. [Read more…]