Get 9 Unparalleled Expansion Collections for 1 Remarkable Price

Get 9 Unparalleled Expansion Collections for One Remarkable Price

The Master Expansion Collection encompasses all the Logos Feature Expansions, bringing you the ultimate Bible study experience using the features you love. When you use the Factbook, the Timeline, the Passage Guide, or the Exegetical Guide, you’ll have a library that maximizes the tools in your software.
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72 Hours Left in the Back-to-School Sale!

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In less than 72 hours, the Back-to-School Sale will be over for 2015. So many of you have downloaded a free commentary, and stocked up on great resources. Whether you’re preparing to go back to school or just preparing for life, the Logos Back-to-School Sale has the best resources.
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August’s Top 5 Deals

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August’s monthly deals are almost gone—don’t miss your chance to save on more than 100 great products. Looking for ideas of what to get? Here are the five products most popular among other users this month:

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Top 10 Uses for the New Church History Collection

Top 10 ways to use the new church history collection
Everyone wants a comprehensive library, but gaps are inevitable. Maybe you’re happy with your selection of commentaries, but your
church history section could use some love. Or perhaps you have a strong selection of systematic theologies, but haven’t yet gathered a solid lineup of biblical theologies.

Right now, you can get 60% off when you pick up select new collections to round out your library. Biblical theology, apologetics, ministry, preaching, church history—we’ve got you covered. Browse these new collections now and save!

For the new Church History collection, we’ve pulled together a solid lineup of resources from a diverse group of top-notch scholars. Here are the top ten ways you can use the new church history collection to deepen your understanding of the church across the ages.

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Stay on Track with Your Bible Reading

Even if you spend time studying God’s Word in depth every day, chances are you read the Bible devotionally as well. But staying on track with your Bible reading can be challenging. One solution is to find a good Bible reading plan. There are lots out there, but every person’s goals for Bible reading are unique.

In Logos, you can create customized Bible reading plans that fit your needs, build reading plans for other books in your library,  export your reading plan to your favorite desktop calendar,  and easily readjust your plan if you fall behind. In this video, one of our Logos Pros walks you through the many ways you can customize your reading plans with Logos.
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Just 4 Days Left on 3 Great Deals!

Just four days left!
Three great opportunities to get more out of Logos are going away in just four days! Take advantage of these deals before they’re gone on August 31!
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Scholars Love Mike Heiser’s The Unseen Realm

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There are numerous passages in the Bible that are odd, confusing, or downright weird. Often, these passages occur at the intersection of our world and the supernatural. Our modern viewpoint has taught us to ignore or gloss over these difficult or troublesome passages of Scripture. But how would our understanding of the Bible change if this unseen realm was suddenly revealed to us?
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Don’t Miss August’s Free Book and Plus One

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Don’t miss a fantastic commentary from Baker Academic, absolutely free during the month of August. And, pick up a second volume for only $1.99! That’s two respected commentaries for less than the price of your coffee at Starbucks. Get both now.

This month’s Plus One is the Paideia Commentaries on the New Testament: Ephesians and Colossians. As Dr. Talbert notes in his introduction, Paul’s letters to the Ephesians and Colossians are strikingly similar. While some commentary series split these two books up into separate commentary volumes, Paideia does not:
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8 Essential Skills to Cultivate with the New Preaching Collection

cultivate your preaching skillsWhen you walk up to the pulpit on Sunday morning, what do you carry with you?

Maybe it’s a gnawing anxiety over a point you needed just one more hour to develop. Or perhaps it’s excitement for the central idea of your message.

Or do you carry prayers for the family in your congregation who most needs to hear the words you’re about to speak? It could even be a sense of unworthiness to deliver God’s message to his people.

Or is it peace—knowing that you’ve sought to understand God’s Word, and the rest is up him?

Your thoughts during that Sunday-morning journey likely changes week to week, but your commitment remains the same. As John Wesley said, “Give me 100 preachers who fear nothing but sin and desire nothing but God; such alone will shake the gates of hell.”
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7 Themes to Explore in the New Biblical Theology Collection

Explore biblical theologyMany of us have a strong selection of systematic theologies in our libraries, but a paltry sampling of resources on biblical theology. That means we’re missing an opportunity to draw on scholarship that can help us understand some of the most important themes in scripture.

Robert Yarborough says that biblical theology “seeks to discover what the biblical writers, under divine guidance, believed, described, and taught in the context of their own times.” It’s a discipline that considers the progressive nature of revelation, and interprets it accordingly. There’s no small disagreement over the exact nature of biblical theology, and are perhaps as many definitions as there are practitioners. But for evangelical scholars, at least this much is certain: biblical theology offers the unique opportunity to gain a sense of the grand narrative of Scripture while diving deep into theological themes played out in specific books or across the entire canon.
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