Get a Great Deal on Calvin’s Commentaries with the 12 Days of Logos Sale!

It’s day 6 of the 12 Days of Logos, and have we got a great deal for you!

You can pick up the 46-volume Calvin’s Commentaries for only $129.95! That’s over 88% off the retail price of $1,099.95. But that’s not all! If you purchase Calvin’s Commentaries today, you can get at least $25.99 back in Logos credit to use later*!

For $129.95 you get 46 volumes of scriptural insight, pastoral concern, and theological depth. Whether you are a professor, student, or just looking to add the best resources to your Logos library, this series is just what you need.

Purchase Calvin’s Commentaries today with coupon code 12Days201106 and save a bundle on classic exegesis.

Don’t Miss Out on the 12 Days of Logos!

Yes, this is an amazing deal, but we’re only halfway through the 12 Days of Logos sale! We have six more exciting sales to come, so check back every day. You don’t want to miss any of these deals—so sign up for daily reminders or subscribe to the RSS feed today!

So grab Calvin’s Commentaries (46 vols.) for $129.95, and check back regularly to see what sales the 12 Days of Logos has in store for you!


Save on Base Packages Now, Earn Christmas Credit Later!

With a 15% discount, interest free payment plan options, and Logos.com credit, Christmas 2011 may be the best time ever to get a new Logos base package!

Base Packages: Tons of Content at an Incredible Price

Base packages are already your best bet to get thousands of dollars worth of resources for pennies on the dollar. If you are unfamiliar with the amazing content available in our base packages, check out our handy comparison chart. But I warn you, it’s going to take a while to wrap your mind around all the resources available in our base packages.

Just look at the sheer number of books available:

The sheer volume of content in Logos base packages makes them incredibly valuable—even at regular price. When you factor in the 15% discount—and all the extra content available with Logos.com credit you’ll earn—it’s an unbelievable deal!

Take Advantage of Holiday Savings!

You can purchase any base packages at 15% off through January 2. This represents even greater savings on collections which are already a great value! With your holiday purchase of a base package, you can save anywhere from $22–$643. And our interest-free Payment Plans, let you stretch those payments out for up to 12 months!

On top of an already great price, through New Year’s Day, you can get a portion of your base package purchase returned to you in the form of Logos.com credit. “How much,” you ask?

These amounts represent the credit earned on a base package purchase. Remember, the more you spend, the more you earn. Make sure you familiarize yourself the details of our Christmas Credit promotion.

An Example of Christmas Savings

If you were to pick up Scholar’s Platinum today, you would save 15%, spread those payments out for 12 months, and then receive $460.94 in Logos.com credit to use in 2012. Just take look at all of the products available for $460, or put that $460 dollars towards a larger collection you want later—your credit will never expire!

So take advantage of Logos’ Christmas 2011 promotion, and purchase a base package for yourself or a loved one today!

*Prices and discounts have been adjusted to reflect changes in the Christmas Credit promotion.

Sign Up Now to Earn Logos.com Credit through December!

Hopefully you’ve already checked out all our great Christmas specials and learned about your opportunity to get rewarded through our Logos.com credit offer.

Don’t miss out on earning Logos.com credit this month! Sign up for our Christmas Credit email list, spend at least $10 between Dec. 1, 2011 and Jan. 2, 2012, and at the end of the promotion you’ll earn between 15% and 50% of your total qualifying spending in Logos.com credit. See the details now!

Before we get too far into the promotion, we want to make it clear that you must sign up to the offer by signing up to our Logos Credit Christmas promotion mailing list. Here are fours ways to either sign up or verify that you’ve already signed up:

1. Check Your User Notifications Tab

The best way to verify you are signed up is to make sure there is a check next to Christmas on your user notifications list. If there is a checked box, you’re in. Check by going to Logos.com/user/notifications.

You will be prompted to log into your Logos.com account. Once you are logged in, it should look like:

If the box is not already checked, be sure to do so right away so your December orders start earning you Logos credit. Click Update in the top right to save the change. If you’ve already placed orders this month, but are just now signing up, don’t worry. Once you sign up, all your orders, retroactive to December 1, 2011, will be added to your earnings.

2. Get the Confirmation Screen During Sign Up

This method provides you with confirmation immediately after clicking the orange SIGN UP button (below). You will see an intermediary page where you will click the “OK” button. The page looks like this:

Once you click “OK”, you’ll be redirected to our Christmas specials page.

3. Email Confirmation

Once you opt-in from the step above (#2), you will then get a confirmation email to further verify that you have been added to the Christmas mailing list. Check your inbox for a “Registration Successful! Logos Cash Christmas Promotion‏” notification.

4. Give Us a Call

If you’re ready to start earning credit—but you have a few questions about a collection or about which base package is right for you—give our sales department a call. They will provide the answers you need, let you know if the items are currently discounted, and during the checkout process, they’ll be sure you are signed up to earn Logos.com credit.

Check Out These Deals

These are some of our best deals ever! You can get any base package for 15% off, take up to 12 months to pay using one of our payment plans, and still get a portion of that back in Logos credit (check out our Christmas 2011 page for details).

Or sign up to receive daily emails alerts for our 12 Days of Logos specials!

Don’t Wait – Sign Up Now!

No matter what you buy from Logos this December, make sure every dollar you spend is allowing you to earn Logos.com credit!*

You must sign up to qualify for this promotion. Signing up opts you in to a Logos.com mailing list which will only be used to send you information regarding this and future Christmas promotions. Signing up is the only way Logos Bible Software will be able to award you Logos.com credit for this promotion.

Sign up now, and start earning Christmas Credit today!

*Please note that you’ll want to use the email address that is tied to your Logos.com account. If you use a alternate email address to sign up, but it is not connected to your Logos.com account, there is no way for us to connect your purchases to your credit.

Earn Logos.com Credit with Your Holiday Purchases!

With the annual 12 Days of Logos sale and 15% off all base packages, you can save big this Christmas on Logos.com!  But did you know that your qualifying purchases—made between December 1, 2011 and January 2, 2012—will count toward Logos.com credit? That’s right! Not only can you save money now, you can also earn Logos.com credit to spend later.

Sign Up for Christmas Credit!

You need to sign up to qualify for this promotion. So the first thing you want to do is head to the 2011 Christmas page and enter your email address to sign up. At the end of the promotion, all qualifying purchases made with the associated email address will be totaled and we will credit the appropriate amount of Logos.com credit to your account.

Don’t worry. If you made a huge purchase earlier this month but hadn’t opted into the promotion yet, you can still get credit for that purchase. As long as you sign up by the end of the promotion (January 2, 2012), every qualifying purchase made during the promotion period (December 1, 2011 through January 2, 2012) will be credited to your account!

How Does Christmas Credit Work?

The total amount of your qualifying purchases made during the promotional period (before taxes and shipping) will place you in 1 of 5 tiers. Each tier offers a percentage of your total spending in Logos.com credit (the percentage increases as your total spending increases). The credit you earn is determined by the price bracket you fall into at the end of the promotion.

  • Spend $10 to $99.99 on qualifying products, and you’ll get 15% of your total in Logos.com credit (up to $15).
  • Spend $100 to $499.99 on qualifying products, and you’ll get 20% of your total in Logos.com credit (up to $100).
  • Spend $500 to $999.99 on qualifying products, and you’ll get 25% of your total in Logos.com credit (up to $250).
  • Spend $1,000 to $2,499.99 on qualifying products, and you’ll get 30% of your total in Logos.com credit (up to $750).
  • Spend $2,500 to $4,999.99 on qualifying products, and you’ll get 40% of your total in Logos.com credit (up to $2000).
  • Spend $5,000 or more on qualifying products, and we’ll match 50% of your total in Logos.com credit (there’s no cap to the amount you can earn)!

Shortly after the promotion ends, you will receive your Logos.com credit based on the amount of your qualifying purchases. You can then use your Logos.com credit—which never expires—toward any live products!

What About Payment Plans?

With a Logos Payment plan, you can stretch out your payments for up to 12 months. Did you know that with the Christmas Credit promotion, not only can you use our interest free payment plan, but qualifying purchases can also earn you Logos.credit?

This means you could purchase Portfolio at 15% off (all of our base packages are on sale through January 2), spread those payments out for 12 months, and then receive $1,458.60 in Logos.com credit! That’s enough credit to purchase the Evangelical Exegetical Commentary (44 vols.)  and still have nearly $400 to spend on more great resources!

Get All the Details!

Check out all of the details for the Christmas Credit promotion now. Then head to the Christmas 2011 page and sign up to start earning your Logos.com credit today!

12 Days of Logos—the Deals are Back!

The 12 Days of Logos has returned with a dozen amazing deals for a dozen days!

The 12 Days of Logos brings huge discounts on one product per day for 12 consecutive weekdays. Starting yesterday and running through December 21, we’ll be posting a new deal every Monday–Friday on 12DaysofLogos.com. Tremendous savings are in store, so check back each day for a new deal!

Today’s 12 Days deal features The New Unger’s Bible Handbook at 35% off. Regularly $39.99, you can grab this resource at the 12 Days price of $25.95 using coupon code 12Days201102. The New Unger’s Bible Handbook is an invaluable tool for studying the Scripture and is full of helpful illustrations, photographs, and charts. It includes commentary on each book of the Bible along with an outline and historical background. And for the 12 Days price of just $25.95, there’s no better time than today to add The New Unger’s Bible Handbook to your library.

There are 10 more deals on the way for the 12 Days of Logos, and you won’t want to miss any of them! Sign up for daily reminders or subscribe to the RSS feed today!

Perseus and the Greek Background of the New Testament

On September 30 we released over 1,700 free books in the seven Perseus collections. With all the collections available for free download, a lot of people are asking “How can I use Perseus for Bible study?”

Dr. David Instone-Brewer, Senior Research Fellow in Rabbinics and the New Testament for Tyndale House, recently published an informative article on the combined efficacy of Perseus and Logos 4 in studying the Greek context of the New Testament.

“The combination in Logos of the Perseus material and the Duke Databank of Papyri makes this Logos collection more useful for NT research than any other collection of Greek literature,” says Dr. Instone-Brewer. “In my opinion, the Logos implementation of Perseus is now the best tool available for studying classical Greek background of the Bible.”

In the article, Dr. Instone-Brewer digs into the submission of women in the New Testament, and how to study this topic using Scripture alongside Greek classical literature from the Perseus collections.

The Perseus Collections are free, so if you haven’t downloaded them yet, download all seven collections today!

Do you have a favorite resource in the Perseus Collections? Leave us a comment and let us know which one and what you like about it!

Don’t Miss Hastings’ Dictionary of the Bible on Community Pricing!

The time to save on the Dictionary of the Bible (5 vols.), is growing short. There’s only a short amount of time left before it leaves Community Pricing, so place your bid today to get in on this limited-time low price!

Editor and biblical scholar James Hastings, who also edited the Encyclopedia of Religion and Ethics, A Dictionary of Christ and the Gospels, and the one-volume Dictionary of the Bible, put together this 4,500 page reference work. Hastings Dictionary of the Bible has writings and analyses from over 150 scholars and discusses more than 1,500 terms, making this a valuable resource to any Bible student.

The first four volumes each contain 900 pages of definitions of people, places, terms, and ideas like Abraham, education, jealousy, Kingdom of God, Palestine, plagues, the Sadducees, and hundreds more. The fifth volume includes helpful maps, articles, and indexes to support the other volumes in this collection.

The Dictionary of the Bible is searchable by subject, and with over 1,500 terms to research, it’s sure to enrich your Logos library tremendously.

Be sure to place your bid today and get this great deal!

An Interview with Dr. William Varner

Dr. William Varner’s To Love God and to Love Others: A Devotional Commentary on James is now available on Pre-Pub. I had the honor of sitting down with Dr. Varner at this year’s Evangelical Theological Society’s meeting in San Francisco to ask him a few questions about his new commentary on James.

Logos: Thank you for taking the time to answer a few questions Dr. Varner. Could you tell our readers a little bit about yourself?

Dr. Varner: I was saved at the age of 17, did my undergraduate work at Bob Jones University, and then went on to receive my M.Div. and Th.M. (NT) at Biblical Seminary in PA. Along the way I also picked up an M.A. in Judaic studies at Dropsie College and an Ed.D. in theological education from Temple University. I teach at the Master’s College in Santa Clarita and I also pastor the Sojourners Fellowship at Grace Community Church in Sun Valley, CA.

Logos: How did this devotional commentary on James come to fruition?

Dr. Varner: Last winter I published a technical commentary on the Greek text of James. It was aimed at scholars and developed a discourse analysis perspective on the book. By the way, it is also available through Logos! The flock of three hundred folks that I pastor was mostly unable to benefit from the commentary due to its technical, linguistic nature. So I began posting on my blog some practical comments on James based on my research, but not expressing the ideas in technical language. I then edited those posts, added some new material, and also added a personal prayer after each section. Logos liked the idea and the rest is history.

Logos: What makes To Love God and to Love Others different from traditional commentaries on James?

Dr. Varner: Only that I try to work harder at applying the practical message of James even more than good traditional commentaries. Pastors and teachers can also utilize the comments since they are presented in outline “sermonic” form. Because James uses so much of the teaching of Jesus, it was easy to come up with the title, To Love God and Others, since Jesus uses such a “creed” to summarize the OT (Matt 22:37-39). James does the same, with a strong dose of our horizontal love to others. But he does not neglect our vertical love to God either. There is more theology in James than many realize. He is not just a moralist. His ethics are theologically grounded.

Logos: How can one incorporate your devotional commentary into their daily Bible study?

Dr. Varner: The reader can work through the sections of James one at a time, say six days a week, and finish the book in about five weeks. I have included the entire English text of James, so you can read a passage of 4-5 verses, and then read my devotional comments. Finally—and this is something that a commentary rarely does—I append a brief personal prayer at the end of each section where I try to formulate the truths in that passage into the petitions of the prayer. I try to follow the old three step approach: observe, interpret, apply.

Logos: Do you have any other writings on James forthcoming?

Dr. Varner: I am glad you asked. I am presently finishing work on another exegetical commentary on James, to be included in the series called the Evangelical Exegetical Commentary. It is about twice as long as the discourse commentary that I previously mentioned and probably 10 times longer than the devotional commentary. I might add that Logos is sponsoring the publication of this significant set of commentaries on the entire Bible. I think that mine will be the second New Testament volume to appear.

Logos: Thanks Dr. Varner for taking the time to answer some questions.

If you want to get To Love God and to Love Others: A Devotional Commentary at the amazing Pre-Pub price of $6.95 make sure you place your order soon.

This Is Your Last Chance for Black Friday Savings!

Putting together the 2011 Black Friday sale has been a blast! We truly enjoy coming up with fun events that allow our users to save big on valuable resources. Unfortunately, the time to take advantage of these colossal deals is swiftly coming to an end. The Black Friday 2011 deals end tonight, November 28, at midnight (PST)!

But It’s Not Too Late!

The Black Friday Master Bundle

There is still time to purchase the hefty Black Friday Master Bundle. For only $999.95, you can own this 160-volume collection and save yourself over 85%!

You will get books by today’s top scholars:

And that’s just the tip of the iceberg! If you were to buy all these books in print, you would spend over $6,400. Even if you bought these books on Logos.com any other week of the year, you would have to pay more than $4,000. If you pick them up before midnight tonight, you get them for only $999.95—that’s a huge savings!

Enormous Deals on Popular Picks!

We are offering twelve of our most popular titles and collections at their lowest prices ever. It isn’t too late to find some phenomenal deals on titles like:

3 Additional Bundles

If you’re interested in particular titles from the colossal Black Friday Master Bundle, you can also take advantage of smaller bundles focused on the Old Testament, New Testament, and Bible reference. Each bundle contains dozens of bestsellers at around 80% off their list prices.

But That’s Not All!

Take advantage of the time that remains to go to Logos.com/BlackFriday and enter to win $250 in Logos cash! We will have 5 winners, there is no purchase necessary, and you can enter multiple times! Imagine the things you could get at Logos for $250—wow!

The time to save big on our Black Friday deals is running out. At midnight tonight, all of these sales come to an end. So, what are you waiting for? Take advantage of these incredible offers while there’s still time!

Save Almost 85% with the Black Friday Master Bundle

When we put the Black Friday Master Bundle together, we created a collection of genuine value. We pulled together some of our best content: new releases, standard reference sets, bestsellers, and top commentaries and are offering it at one rock-bottom price.

Big Savings

For only $995.95, you get 157 volumes of top-shelf resources. If you were to buy all these books in print, you would spend over $6,400. Even if you bought these books on Logos.com any other week of the year, you would have to pay more than $4,000. But you can get every book in this collection for almost 85% off through Monday, November 28!

Powerful Resources

What kinds of collections will you find in the Black Friday Master Bundle? Well, you can find resources like:

If you were to buy these 5 collections alone from Logos.com you would spend more than $1,049— that’s $49.05 more than the cost of the Black Friday Master Bundle! With the Master Bundle you get these incredible collections plus 109 more volumes! That’s a lot of additional content for virtually nothing!

Take Advantage of Logos Payment Plans

We know that some of our users have a strict book purchasing budget. With the interest-free Logos Payment Plan, you can pick up the Black Friday Master Bundle for about $88 a month. Simply select the  Payment Plan option at checkout and keep your Black Friday purchase within your book budget.

Don’t forget, we have other Black Friday sales happening!

3 Additional Bundles

If you are interested in particular titles from the colossal Black Friday Master Bundle, you can also take advantage of smaller bundles focused on the Old Testament, New Testament, and Bible Reference. Each bundle contains dozens of bestsellers at around 80% off their list prices.

Lowest Prices Ever on Our Top Collections

In addition to the special Black Friday bundles, we’ve also taken twelve of our top products and marked them at steep discounts. So while you are picking up Black Friday bundles, you can still find some phenomenal deals on our top books and collections at the lowest prices we’ve ever offered.

Don’t Forget, You Can Enter to Win Logos Cash!

Head over to Logos.com/BlackFriday and enter to win. There is no purchase necessary, and you could end up with $250 in Logos cash to spend on even more great resources!

Act Soon, These Prices Won’t Last

All of our Black Friday prices end Monday, November 28! So act quickly, and take advantage of some of the best deals we have ever offered on these resources.