Digging is usually a part of any good treasure-hunting story. Some intrepid explorer hunts down a hidden “X,” then plows up the earth with a shovel. The problem is, some treasure is buried deep—really deep—and to dig it out with a shovel could take hours or even days. Wouldn’t it be better if you could use a big piece of equipment, like an excavator, to move the dirt more quickly? The Cultural Concepts tool in Logos 6 is like an excavator for ancient biblical cultures, so that you can understand Scripture in their original context.
June is almost over, and that means discounts on more than 100 products are about to disappear. Get these products today for your best deal.
The monthly sale features many individual volumes, but there are also a number of collections. Add multiple volumes of compelling scholarship to your library at significant discounts. Here are eight of this month’s best collections:
This post will help you get the most out of your Logos Bible app. If you aren’t using the free Logos app on your mobile device, you’re missing a premier Bible study experience. Get it now for iOS or Android.
The Logos Bible app is more than your simple Bible reader—it’s an in-depth study tool designed to help you comprehend the Bible’s complex text in a whole new way.
Get the free Logos Bible app right now, and instantly access three valuable study guides that put difficult passages into an understandable context.
Meanwhile, here are three guides included in the Logos Bible app that can help you get more out of your Bible study.
One of the best things about the guides in Logos is that they’re completely customizable. You can tweak them so they fit better with your work flow. That means that your study can be swift, simple, and distraction free. In this video, one of our Logos Pros shows you how it’s done.
Bible study is a lifelong process. To help you prepare for the next stage of life, we’ve discounted some of our top study resources. But as the month comes to a close, so will the discounts. Snatch up these fantastic resources and continue learning today!
Friday, June 19 was Charles Spurgeon’s 181st birthday. In celebration, there are three exciting ways we’re helping you benefit from the vast wisdom of “The Prince of Preachers.” You could even win paperback copies of two volumes in the Spurgeon Commentary series or the 10-volume Spurgeon Commentary Collection: New Testament Letters.
He’s called the Prince of Preachers for a reason. Charles Spurgeon preached nearly 3,600 sermons to an estimated 10 million people during his 38-year career—and nearly all of them are included in the Charles Spurgeon Collection (149 vols.). In celebration of Spurgeon’s birthday, you can get that collection, as well as Charles Spurgeon Collection (86 vols) and The Complete Spurgeon Sermon Collection (63 vols.) at a big discount—but only through Friday, June 26.
Meanwhile, here are three reasons you should include Spurgeon’s sermons in your own sermon prep.
Mike Licona was at a spiritual crossroads, and he couldn’t have reached it at a more inconvenient time.
As the apologetics coordinator for the Southern Baptist Convention’s mission board, Mike gained the reputation of a stalwart defender of Christianity. He’d written two books on the historicity of the Resurrection. He traveled the country, debating the philosophical merits of Christianity on college campuses and in churches. But as he continued his doctoral studies, Mike felt a familiar presence lurking near the edges of his consciousness. The unsettling specter he thought he had banished had returned.
His wife Debbie could sense it too. Mike describes the moment they acknowledged its unwelcome reappearance. “One night I’m lying in bed and I figured my wife was asleep. We probably hadn’t said anything for half an hour. And then I just heard her voice pierce into the darkness. ‘You’re doubting again, aren’t you?’”
He could avoid it no longer. Doubt had made a dramatic re-entry into the apologist’s life. But this time was different. This time he would face it head on.
The IVP New Testament Commentary Series is on sale now through June 30th. Save $89 when you get the whole set.
A question I’m sometimes asked is, “Jonathan, do I really need another commentary series?” My answer is always a resounding, “Yes!”
I understand the hesitation: print books are heavy, are difficult to pack and store when you move, and become unwieldy when you try and reference multiple sources at once. If you’ve ever had your desk covered with commentaries, left for two minutes, and then tried to remember which commentary you were just reading, then you know the frustration. Logos fixes that.