Get 3 Anchor Yale Bible Volumes for under $5!

This month only we’re giving away The Anchor Yale Bible: Romans—and you can add two more volumes from this series for under $5. But that’s not all: the complete series is available for half off!

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3 Tips for Professors Training the Next Generation of Ministers

Using Bible software is now a key ministry skill. And if you are training the next generation of pastors, missionaries, and Bible teachers, your students need you to teach them that skill whether they know it or not.

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5 Can’t-Miss Deals from October’s Monthly Sale

October monthly sale

October is here, and along with it come serious savings of 20 to 50% on your favorite Logos resources—from Church life and history to biblical studies and theology.

Shop the sale today! And be sure to check out these featured items:

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Why “Let Go and Let God” Is a Bad Idea

The following is a guest post written by Andy Naselli, author of No Quick Fix: Where Higher Life Theology Came From, What It Is, and Why It’s Harmful.

A silver lining of theological controversy is that it can help you refine how you understand what the Bible teaches. In this case, analyzing higher life theology will help you better understand the Christian life. Higher life theology is harmful. I know from experience. That’s why I wrote my first PhD dissertation on it in 2006. My new book, No Quick Fix, is a more accessible version of that more detailed and academic work. I have stripped out most of the academic jargon and rewritten it to make it more inviting for thoughtful lay people.

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Final Call: Get 3 NIV Application Commentaries for Under $5

NIV Application Commentary: Mark

There are only a few days left to add The NIV Application Commentary: Mark to your Logos library for free. At the same time, get two additional volumes in this series (Job and 1 Peter) for under $5—but only through the end of the month.

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Last Chance for September Deals: Biblical Studies, Christian Living, More!

September's monthly sale ends soon

Suddenly it’s the end of summer, which means we’re nearly to the end of September’s deals. Act now to save on an impressive list of commentaries and other resources.

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Sale Ending: 30% off + Dynamic Pricing on Zondervan Titles

Zondervan resources

This month’s Publisher Spotlight is still offering 30% savings (and Dynamic Pricing!) on selected Zondervan study resources, commentaries, and reference works—but only through September 30.

Here are three good reasons to take advantage of this month’s deals, before prices go back up: [Read more…]

6 Days Left to Get the ECPA Bible of the Year for 20% Off

Seeing Scripture through the eyes of its original readers takes effort. It’s not enough to read the text and consult a few cross-references. To enter the world of the original audience, we must peel back the layers of history and reveal the culture, beliefs, and history that shaped the world they lived in.

The NIV Cultural Backgrounds Study Bible Notes simplifies that complex process, putting the insights of two experts on Biblical backgrounds right beside the biblical text. Drs. John H. Walton and Craig S. Keener have teamed up to bring you fascinating insights that illuminate the biblical world—so you can apply its principles to your modern life. And in Logos, you can pair these notes with your favorite translation—you’re not limited to the NIV!

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Enter to Win Logos 7 Gold & Get Free Bible Study Training!

We’re giving away a Logos 7 Gold base package—a $1,500 value—and you have unlimited chances to win. Plus, just by entering you’ll get 10 days of free Bible study training!

Follow the 10-Day Bible Study Training Group on Faithlife for your chance to win. It’s that simple!

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The Importance of Racial Diversity in the Church

Walter Strickland speaking at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary.

On Wednesday, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary held an event to celebrate the release of Plain Theology for Plain People. Speaking at the event, Walter Strickland II said, “My challenge to Evangelicals is to seek out theological dialogue partners of different races and ethnic backgrounds.” Diversity in the church is a critically important concern today, just as it was 100 years ago, and will be 100 years from now. The work of Charles Octavius Boothe provides us with an opportunity to engage with a historically muted perspective. Plain Theology for Plain People may be over 100 years old, but it is no less important today than when it was first published.

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