In honor of Reformation Day, we’ve bundled 95 of the top products from the Reformed tradition. The Reformation Day sale is almost over, and that means time’s almost up to save over 70% off the regular price!
This bundle disappears for good on November 11, so get it while you still can!
Here’s a sample of what you’ll be missing if you let this sale pass you by.
One-day only: Get 60% off the Martin Luther Collection!
The writings of Martin Luther represent a massive corpus of biblical interpretation and theological articulation. His writings transformed Christianity and helped usher in the modern world. With this collection, you’ll get dozens of Luther’s most important titles including commentaries on Scripture and key theological treatises.
The Cross of Christ by John Stott
Since it’s publication in 2006, Stott’s The Cross of Christ has established itself as a modern classic, examining the centerpiece of Christian faith with compelling honesty. Lauded by D.A. Carson as a “must-read” book that should be “on every minister’s shelf, and on the shelves of thoughtful layperson who want a better grasp of what is central to scripture.” This masterwork is sure to feed the hearts and minds of all who hunger for deeper insight into the Cross.
Systematic Theology (3 vols.) by Charles Hodge
For many, “Reformed Theology” is practically synonymous with the writings of Charles Hodge. His Systematic Theology is characterized by clear writing and thorough scholarship, and is a standard and staple of any Bible reference library.
Institutes of the Christian Religion (2 vols.) by John Calvin
Any Reformed bundle would be incomplete without John Calvin’s Institutes. This monumental work has stood among the greatest works of Christian theology for over four centuries. Originally composed in Latin, Calvin re-wrote the Institutes in French—with this collection, you get both versions, translated into English and fully digitized.
St. Andrews Expositional Commentaries (5 vols.) by R.C. Sproul
While preaching in St. Andrews, Florida, acclaimed Reformed teacher Dr. R.C. Sproul adopted the ancient practice of preaching through the books of the Bible. He’s now begun adapting his sermons into book form to create the St. Andrew’s Expositional Commentary series. This bundle includes Sproul’s commentaries on Matthew, Mark, Acts, Romans, and 1–2 Peter.
J. Gresham Machen Collection (7 vols.)
J. Gresham Machen is considered the last in the lineage of the Great Princeton Theologians, following in the steps of Archibald Alexander, Charles Hodge, A. A. Hodge, and B. B. Warfield. The seven volumes included in this collection reflect his Calvinist views and reveal the depth and complexity of Machen’s thought in his engaging and insightful prose. You’ll get seven of the most representative works of this acclaimed Reformed theologian, fully digitized and ready to integrate with Logos.
Reformation Commentary on Scripture (3 vols.)
In the Reformation Commentary on Scripture (RCS) series, the Scriptural texts are brought into clarifying light by the comments and insights from some of the Church’s wisest exegetes. Not only does the RCS continue an ancient tradition of biblical commentary, it’s also a unique tool for reading Scripture spiritually and theologically, and a vital help for teaching and preaching.
Already own these or other resources in the bundle?
Great news! You’ll get an additional Dynamic Pricing discount, which means you could save even more than 70% on these historic works. To find out how much you can save, sign in to your Logos.com account and visit the Reformation Day homepage.
The deals aren’t the only thing disappearing…
The sale ends November 12 at 11:59 p.m. PT—and the exclusive 95-volume bundle will disappear too! This product won’t be available once the sale is over, so don’t miss your chance to get the bundle and save over 70% (or maybe more!).