If you’ve ever said, “I’ve been meaning to read more _____ (insert theologian everyone has been reading for decades or centuries),” now’s your chance.
This is more than a chance to save on important books, it’s an invitation to pattern your thinking after some of the greatest minds of all time.
This includes living authors like D.A. Carson, J.I. Packer, and Peter Kreeft.
It includes greats from the past like Barth, Spurgeon, and Luther.
Collections even date as far back as Aquinas, Plato, and Aristotle.
Why add collections to your library?
Collections in Logos introduce you to the most important works by an author, invite their insights into your study seamlessly, and give you the best price possible.
Know your authors
The best reading is for formation, not mere information. And when you study certain authors deeply, they become mentors to you. You learn to anticipate how they think about a given subject, and their perspectives form your own.
Get deeper insights
In Logos, insights from books are more readily available than if you owned them in print. That’s because Logos works are tagged and integrated with all your features. The connections are made for you . . . you just have to glance at them.
So when you study Galatians, you’ll have Martin Luther’s legendary commentary on the book right with you. When you study sanctification, you’ll have John Owen’s magisterial work The Mortification of Sin. When you study philosophy, you’ll have works from the field’s pioneers, Plato and Aristotle.
Bundled pricing means you get many individual works for way less than if you purchased them individually. That’s true when collections are at full price—and even more when they’re 40% off.
Take the works of John Owen, for example.
- Print version: $644.00
- Regular price: $149.99
- Today’s price: $88.99
- Price per volume: $3.75
Collected works are the way to go. In one fell swoop, you get the most important books by an author, you get them in the most useful format for your studies, and you get them at a great price.