What’s New with the New Logos Cloud?

The new Logos Cloud has arrived. We’ve hit refresh on our online Bible software, giving you some of the most powerful Bible study tools and robust theological libraries available—all at an affordable monthly price.

Here are three big changes that make starting a free trial a no-brainer.

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What Does Your View of Israel Say about Your Theology?

We are regularly reminded of Israel’s prominent role in history and current events, but where is Israel in your systematic theology? As you reflect upon Scripture, what does the Bible say about the land and people of Israel and how does your view of Israel shape your theology? Has the Church replaced Israel? What is the relationship between the Church and Israel? What is the role for Israel now and in the future?

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Last Chance to Get 80 Hours of Christian Leadership Training for $89!

Are you a parent or grandparent? Do you teach Sunday school or lead a small group? Do you pastor a church or serve as an elder or deacon?

If you do any of the above, then whether you realize it or not, you are a leader. And as a Christian leader, you are in a unique position to influence other believers.

To help you maximize your effectiveness, we’re offering a one-of-a-kind leadership conference that will fit right into your schedule, no matter how busy you are. And you have only a few days left to register for just $89.

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3 Ways Free Bible Software Will Revolutionize Your Study

We often forget that cutting-edge technology helped make the Reformation possible. But in fact, sixteenth-century publishers turned to a new-fangled device called the printing press to share the messages of Reformers at mass scale. And when they began to print Bible translations common people could actually read for themselves, a revolution in personal Bible study was born.

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Why Do Christians Disagree about the End Times?

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Dr. Mike Heiser loves to take on tough topics. In addition to his academic work primarily on the first half of the Old Testament books and on Semitic language studies, his published works include a rich trove of popular non-fiction works addressing perceptions (often misperceptions) of topics related to the Bible. His goal seems to be to disabuse Christians from popular flights of fancy and redirect them to sound Bible study and interpretation.

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3 Reasons Logos 7 Bronze Is a Smart Way to Upgrade

This time around, there are lots of upgrade options available for current Logos users. And through July 19, they’re all 10% off!

If you want to get the complete Logos 7 experience at the most affordable price, take a look at Logos 7 Bronze. Here are three reasons you should consider Bronze for your upgrade.

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Master Logos Bible Software: Camp Logos Videos Are on Sale!

Morris Proctor has spent over 20 years teaching people how to study the Bible better with Logos. He has trained thousands of users including pastors, Christian educators, military chaplains, professors, students, and more. Whether through blog posts, training manuals, or in person at one of his camps, Morris has helped people move past the beginner’s stage and do advanced study in the Logos platform.

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Get 10% off Logos 7 This Summer, Plus Build a Bundle & Save

Make your summer count with savings that keep adding up. During the Logos Summer Sale, you can get up to 50% off your own personal Bible study bundle. Save on Logos 7 base packages, commentaries, and Mobile Ed courses.

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Save 30% on the Reformed Expository Commentary This Month Only

Throughout June we’re shining the spotlight on Reformed publisher P&R. Not only can you get great deals on resources by John Frame, you can get over $100 off the Reformed Expository Commentary! Check out these highlights from this month’s featured resource, and don’t miss all P&R deals.

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You’ve Probably Never Seen the Real King James Version

Everyone knows the KJV was translated in 1611, but almost no one has read a 1611 KJV. Not only do the great majority of KJV editions actually come from a 1769 revision (one of a series of revisions), but even the “1611” editions available online are not perfect representations of the intentions of the KJV translators.

In an era before computers, typographical errors were introduced into the very first printed editions of the King James Bible. Subsequent printers and editors over a century and a half built up their own patina of miscellaneous, minor alterations on top of the KJV, until the text we now generally use was established by Oxford’s Benjamin Blayney almost 250 years ago.

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