March’s deals are here, giving you more than 100 ways to build your library. Get commentaries, theological works, language resources, and more—all at great discounts. And if you’re looking for the best values, don’t miss these five deals:
Now through the end of February, get the Journal of Theological Interpretation, vol. 1 for free. Plus, add an additional resource, Genesis 1 as Ancient Cosmology, for only $1.99. That’s two resources for less than $2!
Why are theological journals valuable? In case you missed our earlier blog post, theological journals provide in-depth coverage on a wide variety of theological subjects from experts in their fields of study. When you use theological journals in your study, you can home in on key issues in the biblical text.
Time is quickly running out to save 15% on a Logos 6 base package. After that, you’ll never see a 15% discount on a Logos 6 base package ever again. December 31 at 11:59 p.m. (PT) truly is the last minute you can get 15% off a Logos 6 base package. That’s less than two days away. If you’ve been considering getting a base package, don’t put it off any longer. Now is the time.
When you combine this special end-of-year discount with your Dynamic Price, you’ll get even more savings. Whether it’s your first time purchasing a base package or you’re picking up your second or third, now’s the time to decide: Which base package will you choose?
As a special gift to you on Christmas, we’re adding a thirteenth product to the 12 Days of Logos. Here’s today’s featured resource:
Understanding the Bible Commentary
Starting today you can get each individual volume of UBC for only $4.99 each. This means you will be saving over $300.00 on the collection if you buy them all today!
This user-friendly commentary series helps any reader navigate the Bible’s sometimes difficult terrain. Each of the 36 volumes breaks down the barriers between the ancient and modern worlds, revealing the power and meaning of the biblical texts to contemporary readers.
The contributors tackle interpretation using the full range of critical methodologies and practices—yet they do so as people of faith who hold the text in the highest regard. They present a careful section-by-section exposition of the biblical books with highlighted key terms and phrases and transliterated Hebrew and Greek words. Notes at the close of each chapter provide additional textual and technical comments for those who want to dig deeper. A bibliography, as well as Scripture and subject indexes, is also included.
The Understanding the Bible Commentary Series offers pastors, students, and laypeople commitment to accessibility without sacrificing serious scholarship.
You need to know
Understanding the Bible Commentary Series . . .
- Provides section-by-section commentary that is accessible for any reader
- Contains additional study notes at the end of each chapter
- Includes a bibliography, Scripture, and subject indexes in each volume
This special deal won’t last long. Get all UBC volumes now, or see all the other 12 Days of Logos deals!
We’re celebrating Advent by giving away 24 resources, absolutely free! Click on the image above to reveal today’s featured resource. Check back every day for a new free book and beautiful art based on Christmas carols and hymns. Get your free book and Await the Wonder of Christ’s advent.
The new year is around the corner, which means now is the time to start thinking about how you want to grow, what you want to learn, and how you’re going to get there in 2016. Many people who desire rich theological education—but can’t move across the country to attend seminary—have found Logos Mobile Education to be the answer.
“I don’t understand. Why would anybody need another base package? I have nearly twelve-hundred resources in my library including a Logos 6 Gold base package. I don’t need another base package.” I was having dinner with a friend when he—knowing I worked for Faithlife—lobbed this objection my way.
I rose to the challenge. “Are you sure?”
“Ok,” I said, “but humor me—tell me a little bit about how you study the Bible.”