There are only two days left to build up your biblical studies collection and take advantage of exclusive savings. Through February 1, we’ve got excellent deals on over 200 volumes from some of our most popular Biblical studies collections.
The mission of Faithlife is to “use technology to equip the church to grow in the light of the Bible.” And we really mean it. I didn’t take the job until I asked the VP who interviewed me, “What is your company mission?,” and he said, “to serve the church.” I have also listened with two critical ears to all the public statements of CEO Bob Pritchett since I arrived. I wanted to know if he would articulate Faithlife’s mission carefully, and I wanted to know whether he really cared about that mission. He did. He does.
The team I’m on, the Logos Pros, serves the company mission in a pretty direct way. We serve our users—you—by providing free software training with a “missional” twist. Every time you watch one of the Logos Pros’ many videos, or read one of our many posts on the Logos blogs, you get exegetical or theological insight along with the software training.
But there are many more ways we can help you get more out of your Bible study and learn how to use Logos. Here are just a few—one from each member of our team.
Now through February 1, save on over 200 select volumes from three of our most popular collections: The New American Commentary Series, the Anchor Yale Bible, and The Library of New Testament Studies (LNTS). Included in these volumes are some of the most important theological and biblical works out there—and for a limited time you can add them to your library at a fraction of the cost.
There’s still time left to save 25–50% on a selection of 98 handpicked resources to empower your ministry, personal devotion, academic study, and even your Logos features. There are so many ways to save—more than half the resources selected are available for at least 40%. Don’t wait—you have until Friday at 8:00 a.m. (PT) to take advantage of this offer! Start shopping now !
The Christian story is full of dramatic conversions and calls to ministry. When a young, philosophical rabble-rouser heard the voice of a child singing “Pick it up and read it,” he felt compelled to reach for a Bible. When he randomly opened it to Romans 13:13–14, he was confronted by his life of sin and gave his life to Christ.
We know that young man as St. Augustine.
When a law student was nearly struck by lightning during a thunderstorm, he cried out in terror, “Save me St. Anne! I’ll become a monk!” That young man was Martin Luther, and he made good on his promise—then he went on to launch the Protestant Reformation.
And then there’s Xi Zixhi, a Chinese pastor little known to most Westerners—in spite of his profound impact on Christianity in China. The story of his calling is markedly different from most others.
Pastor Xi’s ministry began when he cheated on an essay contest.
Employing several decades of research, Daniel Block brings the book of Judges to life in OT317 Book Study: Judges, an 18-hour book study from Mobile Ed. And right now you can tell us what you’d pay for it on Community Pricing.
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Whatever you’re doing, stop before you miss this: Anchor Yale Bible volumes are on sale for $19.99 each. This is one of our most popular series, we’ve never sold these volumes at this price before, and this deal will only last a few more days.
Until February 1, we’re offering fantastic discounts on individual volumes from some of our best-selling commentary series. That includes the Anchor Yale Bible. If you’re filling in the gaps of your commentary library, don’t miss your chance to save 19%–74% on these critically acclaimed commentaries.
The latest tools, features, interactives, and media are shipping with Logos Now 6.9! If you want the latest Logos innovations but don’t want to wait for the next major release, then Logos Now is for you. Learn more about starting your Logos Now subscription.
Here’s what’s new in Logos Now 6.9.
Now is the perfect time to build up your commentary collection. Until February 1, we’re offering fantastic discounts on individual volumes from some of our best-selling commentary series. Volumes from the New American Commentary are going for $7.99 a pop! If you’re filling in the gaps of your commentary library, don’t miss your chance to save at least 59% on one of our most loved series.
This post is from Morris Proctor, certified and authorized trainer for Logos Bible Software. Morris, who has trained thousands of Logos users at his two-day Camp Logos seminars, provides many training materials.
Having been a Logos user for nearly 20 years now, I sometimes forget new users are added to the Logos fellowship every day. What is old news to a veteran could be the shortcut that saves a rookie valuable time. So this post is devoted to a few of my favorite shortcuts in hopes that new additions to the team will benefit from them.