Tell Us What You’d Pay for Daniel Block’s New Mobile Ed Course

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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.

Community Pricing is a risk-free way to get the best deal on this Mobile Ed course. With Community Pricing, you tell us what you’re willing to pay; when enough bids come in to cover production costs, we’ll enter your order at the lowest possible price. Learn more about how Community Pricing works. 

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First Time Ever: Anchor Yale Bible Volumes on Sale for $19.99 Each

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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.

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What’s New in the Latest Logos Now Release

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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.

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Get Select NAC Volumes for Just $7.99 Each!

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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.

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3 Logos Shortcuts That Will Save You Time

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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.

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22 Christian Stories Your Pastor Never Told You

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Over the course of 2,000 years, Christianity has spread to every corner of the world. According to the Pew Research Center, there are 2.4 billion Christians in the world, a staggering 33% of the entire world population—and that’s just today. That figure doesn’t account for the billions of others who have followed Christ over the last 20 centuries.

The lives of the billions of people who have followed Christ throughout history together form the Christian story. Many chapters from that story we’ve heard time and again—Martin Luther and his 95 theses; Athanasius’ fight for doctrinal purity; John Wesley’s prolific ministry. But thousands of fascinating tales are just waiting to be celebrated and explored.

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January’s 5 Most Popular Deals

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You have less than a week left to save on more than 100 products in January’s monthly sale. Not sure where to start? Here are five of this month’s most popular products.

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Tim Challies and Going All in with Ebooks


An open letter to Tim Challies, in response to a recent blog post.

Dear Tim,

The people in my office at Faithlife, makers of Logos Bible Software, read your post “Going All-in With Ebooks” with excitement—and not just because we sell ebooks (including quite a few of them to you, and some of them by you). We read with interest because we are interested in reading. We like books, as do our users, and we like all kinds of books: biography, history, fiction, memoir, and, preeminently, theology and biblical commentary.

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How To Search (or Any Website) in a Flash

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Calling all nerd wannabes. I, on behalf of the Logos Pros, am about to share with you one of the most useful computer tips you will ever get. I mean that. I’m going to apply the tip to a narrow question: “What’s the quickest and easiest way to search for a particular book or resource?”  The answer will help you with all the important sites you search online, from Google to Wikipedia to

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How Good Are the Sermons You Preach to Yourself?

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Even if you’ll never preach a single sermon in your entire life, you should still know what good preaching is. And not just so you can spot (and avoid) bad preaching; not even so you can seek out good preaching. You need to understand what makes a good sermon because every time you interpret the Bible, practically speaking, you’re preaching the Bible to yourself.

How good are your self-sermons?
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