40% Off This Comprehensive NT Studies Collection

Library of New Testament Studies
The newly released Library of New Testament Studies (LNTS/JSNTS) is the largest collection of Bloomsbury New Testament monographs available digitally.

At 85 volumes, it features cutting-edge scholarship on all aspects of New Testament study, including historical perspectives, social-scientific and literary theory, and theological, cultural, and contextual approaches.

You’ll find works edited or written by such authors as Richard Bauckham, Craig Evans, Stanley Porter, and D.A. Carson, and encounter unmatched strength of scholarship and reputation in each and every study.

Focus your New Testament study

Want to dive deeper into a particular area of NT study? With this collection, you’re likely to find a relevant resource no matter what the subject. A sampling of the included titles shows the breadth of topics covered:

  • Jesus and the Oral Gospel Tradition
  • The Finger of God and Pneumatology in Luke-Acts
  • Word and Glory: On the Exegetical and Theological Background of John’s Prologue
  • The Temple of Jesus’ Body: The Temple Theme in the Gospel of John

For a full list of included works, see the product page.

Get this collection for 40% off!

Not only are we offering this premier collection for 40% off, there’s a good chance you already own some of the volumes, qualifying you for an additional ownership discount. The 40% discount only lasts until April 30: take advantage of it today and give a significant boost to your New Testament studies.

Language Specialists, This One’s for You!

Grammars Collection (94 vols.)

We’re proud to announce our new Grammars Collection—a steeply discounted package of 94 biblical-language grammars to help students and scholars unpack any syntactic or semantic challenge in the study of the biblical text.

For merely $8 per grammar (many of which cost between $20 and $40 individually), this massive collection can enhance your original language studies.

This collection includes essential volumes such as Stanley Porter’s Idioms of the Greek New Testament and Fundamentals of New Testament Greek, Ernest de Witt Burton’s Syntax of the Moods and Tenses in New Testament Greek, James Hope Moulton’s five volumes on New Testament Greek, Mark Futato’s Beginning Biblical Hebrew, Bruce Waltke’s An Introduction to Biblical Hebrew Syntax, and over 80 more volumes in 9 different languages.

Results from all your grammars, all at once

Logos 6 doesn’t just leave grammars in your library, waiting for you to open them one by one. When you perform a search on a passage in your Exegetical Guide, Logos 6 queries all of the grammars in this collection for references to the passage you’re researching.

All of these grammars contain Bible references, ensuring that your research on any verse of the Bible will contain results discussed by grammarians and biblical-language scholars.

Dynamic pricing and great discounts

Those of you studying Greek or Hebrew intensely probably already own many of these grammars—so when you’re signed into your account at Logos.com, you’ll see a custom price tailored to discount the books you own, while still getting the rest of the books in the collection at a huge discount!

Refuel your study with nearly 100 original-language grammars. Get the Grammars Collection today!

Enjoy Your Books, Even outside Cell Phone Range

The road hadn’t been groomed yet that spring. I steered our little hatchback around most of the potholes, but nobody misses them all. A landslide washed out one of the of the sharper s-curves, but it wasn’t fresh and the sun was out, so the debris was starting to crust over. We managed to crawl over it. A huge spruce tree cut the road about a quarter mile from the trailhead, so we walked in from there.

I set my phone to airplane mode as we hiked away from the car.



My wife and I spent two days in the backcountry that weekend, enjoying some of the best mountain vistas anywhere in North America. We like to do that now and then. To escape—to walk deep into the woods, beyond the reach of any Wi-Fi network or cellular service and live outside our routine for a while.

Whenever we venture outside our phone carrier’s coverage map we have to leave things behind—but we never have to leave behind our theological library. Surprised? You shouldn’t be. The Logos mobile app lets you to carry all your books in your pocket.

Imagine trying to do that without the Logos app. My favorite single-volume commentary, The New Bible Commentary, weighs in at a hulking four pounds and 1,317 pages. That’s heavier than my tent. No way I’m carrying it with me on a backpacking trip or to the beach. If I owned a print edition of that book, it probably wouldn’t ever leave my office.

But I did have it with me on that trip because I downloaded it and the ESV to my phone, so I could read Psalm 128:1 and it’s blessing for those who fear the Lord. I could read about the mountain of the house of the Lord in Isaiah 2:2 while we camped in a snowy meadow between Mt. Baker and the Twin Sisters.

Download your favorite books to your device in the Logos app, so you can enjoy them on your next trip outside your phone carrier’s coverage map.

If you’re not sure how to download your Logos resources to your mobile device, here’s a quick tutorial.

  • Fire up your app
  • Swipe from the left side of the screen to reveal the app menu. There you’ll find a list of books you have access to in your app.
  • Tap the information icon for any book to learn more about it. When you do, you’ll find a download button.
  • Tap the download button.

Once a book is downloaded, its information icon will be solid blue like you see below for my copies of the ESV and NBC.


Next weekend, my wife and I are taking another trip into the mountains. Without the Logos app, I’d have to put my Galatians study on hold. With the Logos app, I carry all my books without adding a single ounce more weight. 

Download your favorite books to your mobile device with the Logos app, and you won’t ever have to leave them behind.

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Logos Pro Training: Mastering the Factbook

Logos 6’s Factbook gives you instant information on biblical topics. This tool functions like an encyclopedia, pulling together all the datasets and resources from your library, then presenting powerful overviews of each topic. For example, search “Tabernacle” in the Factbook and get a list of media, key verses, lemmas, senses, dictionary links, and topic suggestions for deeper study.

I break it all down for you in the video below.

Power the Factbook with these resources

As you can see, the Factbook is pretty awesome, but to get the most out of it, you need some resources that capitalize on its functionality. That’s why we put together the Factbook Collection—22 volumes that will transform your Factbook into a biblical and theological powerhouse. To get the best possible value, pick up the entire Factbook collection. It includes:

Start using the Factbook today

The Factbook is included in Logos 6 Starter and above, but to get the most out of this robust tool, I recommend Logos 6 Bronze or higher. Get started with Logos 6 and the Factbook now.


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Eight Fabulous Deals—Commentaries, Preaching Resources, and More!

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With all the products in April’s monthly sale, how do you find the best deals? Here’s a place to start—eight popular products at great discounts.

  1. I Dare You Not to Bore Me with the Bible53% off
    Dr. Michael S. Heiser visits some of the Bible’s most obscure passages, unveiling their ancient context to help you interpret them today. This collection of essays from Bible Study Magazine will shock you, intrigue you, and completely change the way you view the Bible.
  2. Baker Academic Old Testament Backgrounds (16 vols.)29% off
    Inform your Old Testament studies and discover the ancient world. These 16 volumes cover a full range of Old Testament topics, including archaeology, sociology, and more.
  3. 300 Quotations for Preachers, with Slides20% off
    Enrich your sermons with professional slides featuring quotations from Augustine, Richard Baxter, John Calvin, G. K. Chesterton, John Chrysostom, Irenaeus of Lyons, Thomas à Kempis, Martin Luther, and many others.
  4. IVP Evangelical Theology Collection (11 vols.)32% off
    These volumes present essays from the annual Wheaton Theology Conference, covering such topics as biblical theology, apologetics, justification, ecclesiology, and much more.
  5. The Dictionary of Historical Theology29% off
    Get insightful articles on the key figures, theological movements, and significant texts that have shaped Christian thought from the early church to the present.
  6. Eerdmans Biblical Resources Series (14 vols.)30% off
    This series gives you essential works on a range of biblical studies topics, including apocalyptic literature, Jewish Hellenistic culture, Hebrew poetry, comparative religion, the historical-cultural setting of Revelation, and more.
  7. Exploring the Bible Commentary (16 vols.)30% off
    Dig into a number of Old and New Testament books with accessible commentaries featuring verse-by-verse analysis, introductions to biblical history and context, and overviews of important themes and events.
  8. Westminster Confession of Faith, including the Larger and Shorter Catechisms: American Revision (3 vols.)33% off
    Enrich your studies with one of the most important documents of Reformed thought, presented in the American revision.

Looking for even more deals?

There are more than 100 products on sale in April—check out all the deals available.

Understand the Legacy of the Reformation

42509Edited by Richard Muller, author of the magisterial Post-Reformation Reformed Dogmatics, the Texts and Studies in Reformation and Post-Reformation Thought series engages original texts in Reformed history with care and precision, bringing to light neglected texts that deliver crucial insights into Reformed thought.

The high level of scholarship and use of rare original sources make this collection a valuable addition to the library of any student of the Reformation.

Examine key figures of the Reformation and Post-Reformation such as John Calvin, John Owen, and Philip Melancthon. Each volume tackles a separate topic in Reformation studies. Here are some highlights:

Explore the heart of Calvin’s theology

In Calvin’s Theology of the Psalms, Herman Selderhuis’ shows how Calvin’s treatment of the Psalms reveals the very heart of the great Reformer’s theology. Selderhuis’ deft analysis even draws out details about Calvin’s faith and life through his comments on the Psalter.

Learn about a neglected Reformer

In Heinrich Bullinger and the Doctrine of Predestination, Cornelis Venema argues that Bullinger belongs squarely in the great Reformed tradition—despite being overshadowed by Calvin, Luther, and Zwingli.

Discover Luther’s concept of the two kingdoms

Examine the relationship between the sacred, the secular, and the role of the church and the Christian with Martin Luther’s Understanding of God’s Two Kingdoms. This volume explores how Luther’s two-kingdoms theory sustained his understanding of God’s lordship over all creation.

Delve into the Reformers’ thought on predestination and freedom

The Reformed understanding of God’s sovereignty and human freedom is probably the most controversial aspect of Reformed thought. Reformed Thought on Freedom demonstrates the nuanced arguments the early-modern Reformed tradition developed.

Don’t Miss Out!

Pre-order the collection today at a recently reduced price! Many of these books are out of print, but you can help keep this valuable scholarship alive by pre-ordering now! If we can’t fund this Pre-Pub, we’ll be forced to remove it from our roster.

See Every Major View of a Bible Passage, All in One Place

Lexham Bible Guide: 1 CorinthiansWhat do you do when you come across a difficult Bible passage? Chances are, you open a trusted commentary and see what it has to say. Sometimes, the first commentary you check has the answer you’re looking for. But more often than not, you want to reference several sources to see the different conclusions scholars have come to.

Your Logos software simplifies this process, allowing you to easily switch between commentaries keyed to the verse you’re examining.

But it can still take a while.

Lexham Bible Guides make it easy

What if you had a summary of all the relevant literature for any given passage? Lexham Bible Guides have become some of my personal favorite resources because they provide just that. I like to think of each Lexham Bible Guide as a multiple-views commentary. Look up a given passage, and you’ll find summaries of all the major viewpoints of recent scholarship.

Lexham Bible Guides work great as stand-alone study tools, but they also excel as starting points for further research. Each of the summarized views links to its primary resource. So, once you find an explanation that makes sense, you can follow through to get all the details.

For example, let’s say I’m reading through 1 Corinthians 15, and I come to verse 29—the mysterious “baptism of the dead” passage. What am I supposed to do with this? I could go through my commentaries one by one, but as the Lexham Bible Guide: 1 Corinthians points out, “The number of proposed interpretations of this issue is confounding.” In other words, that could take a while.

Thankfully, the Lexham Bible Guide puts all the major views together in an easily accessible format. After providing an overview of the issue and the general approaches that have been taken, the guide summarizes the perspectives from each scholar. Here are a few examples:

Baptism of the dead

For this particular passage, the Lexham Bible Guide: 1 Corinthians includes the perspectives of 14 different scholars, including Gordon Fee, Richard Hays, and Leon Morris. I can follow through to their original resources to get all the insight they have to offer.

Now available individually

Up until now, most of the Lexham Bible Guides have only been available through the 13-volume Paul’s Letters Collection. This is still the best value if you want them all, but we recently made each volume available for individual purchase!

Just want to finish reading about the “baptism of the dead”? Then pick up the Lexham Bible Guide: 1 Corinthians! Have some other particularly difficult passage you’re working on? Then pick up the Lexham Bible Guide you need from the available volumes below:

Get the best possible deal with the Lexham Bible Guides: Paul’s Letters Collection!

Douglas Moo’s Organizing Principle for New Testament Theology

New Testament theology is a vast subject. It can be daunting to even know where to begin. The New Testament includes writings in several different genres by several different authors. Each book was written for a specific situation and has its own unique emphases and even vocabulary. How do you begin to organize these different writings into an overarching structure for doing New Testament theology?

New Testament expert, professor, and author Douglas Moo deals with this dilemma in his Mobile Ed course NT305 New Testament Theology. In this sample clip, Dr. Moo talks about what he uses as a basic organizing principle for doing New Testament theology:

Dr. Moo goes on to show how this contrast between two realms shows up in the teachings of Jesus, Paul, and John. He looks first at the old realm, surveying the effects of sin, the nature of humanity, and the purpose of the Old Testament law. He then shows how the person of Jesus Christ is the center of the new realm, how his work ushered it in, and how God’s grace enables us to enter it. Dr. Moo then examines what the New Testament has to say about how we are to live as people in the new realm.

NT305 New Testament Theology will give you a greater understanding of the overall message of the New Testament. You’ll better appreciate how the various books come together to reveal God’s plan in a fuller way. Order it before April 16 and get 40% off the full price!

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Get up to 75% offDid you know that right now you can get 75% off select titles? That’s a slam dunk!

From the highly accessible New Bible Commentary from IVP, to the Pillar New Testament Commentary: The Gospel according to John by Carson, there are dozens of extraordinary March Madness deals you can’t afford to miss.

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Get 60% off favorites from J.I. Packer

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In this new edition Keep in Step with the Spirit, J. I. Packer seeks to help Christians reaffirm both the biblical call to holiness and the Spirit’s role in keeping our covenant with God. Packer discusses the merits and shortcomings of the current charismatic movement—and how Christ must always be at the center of true Spirit-led ministry. Get 60%  off this amazing resource now!

In A Quest for Godliness, Dr. Packer masterfully uncovers the hidden treasures of Puritan life and thought. With crystalline clarity he reveals the depth and breadth of Puritan spiritual life, contrasting it with the superficiality and deadness of modern Western Christianity. Get 60% off this insightful book today!

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Enjoy 45% off Paul in the Faithfulness of God

paul-and-the-faithfulness-of-godOne of your favorite Logos March Madness resources is Paul in the Faithfulness of God. This highly anticipated volume in N.T. Wright’s magisterial series, Christian Origins and the Question of God, is destined to become the standard reference point on the subject for all serious students of the Bible and theology.

If you want to go deeper, you can get Paul and the Faithfulness of God (2 vols.). This additional collection is essential reading for anyone interested in Paul and his continuing relevance for today’s world. Add it to your cart now!

Celebrate with 35% off The John MacArthur Sermon Archive

John MacArthur Sermon ArchiveGain spiritual insight, biblical wisdom, and theological knowledge from beloved pastor and teacher, John MacArthur. Search 3,127 sermons in seconds, and find thousands of specific biblical passages, examinations of modern culture, and sound doctrinal teaching on contemporary life.

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Resource Updates: March 2015


Whenever a resource you own is updated, you’ll get that updated content—for free—so your Logos library is always becoming more valuable and staying up to date with the latest improvements.

Here’s a list of Logos resources that were updated throughout March:

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