Learning Logos: Send Note Content to a New Sermon Document

I hope you’re making use of Guides and Workflows for your biblical research. Also, as you uncover insights about passages or topics, I trust you’re saving them in Notes. These tools are great for our study, but as you’ve probably discovered, Guides, Workflows, and Notes are not designed to produce the finished product of a sermon manuscript or Bible lesson. That’s what the Sermon Editor is for. [Read more…]

All Logos Packages 20% off—No Limits

Currently, all Logos 8 packages are 20% off—for everyone. Even upgraders. Even if you’ve already bought three packages. Even if you want to buy three more.

And because you never pay twice for anything you already have in Logos (called Dynamic Pricing), you might want to. [Read more…]

Warren Wiersbe, Who ‘Married Adventure,’ Completes His Journey

Today news is breaking of Warren Wiersbe’s passing. He went home to be with the Lord yesterday, two weeks shy of his ninetieth birthday.

Dr. Warren Wiersbe (May 16, 1929–May 2, 2019) was a beloved Bible teacher and author of over 150 books. Often called “the pastor’s pastor,” he ministered for many years and in several countries, and for a time pastored the historic Moody Church in Chicago. [Read more…]

Refer a Software Developer and Earn $2,500 in Logos Credit


The number-one obstacle to improving Faithlife software is a shortage of awesome software developers. And they may be hiding in your church, school, or neighborhood.

We need your help to find them—and we’ll pay you for it! [Read more…]

How Reading a Bible Story Can Help Soothe Your Doubts

Doubts plague our feelings and thoughts. Often these have to do with whether or not living is a good thing at all. Can we count our lives as good and worthwhile, given the deep and various kinds of suffering we endure?

It’s not just our own afflictions that generate doubts about the goodness of life and ultimately the goodness of God. We can’t escape the painful realities of friends who are dying, grieving relatives, animal suffering, and even the lamentable condition of people we only see online. [Read more…]

Bonhoeffer and a Prison Reflection

Today marks the beginning of the Days of Remembrance, the United States’ annual commemoration of the Holocaust.

Between 1933 and 1945, the Nazi regime systematically persecuted and murdered an estimated six million Jews, as well as millions of others it deemed “politically, racially, or socially unfit.”1 Though well documented, the horrors of the Holocaust remain unfathomable. [Read more…]

5 Insights for Interpreting the Deaths of Ananias and Sapphira

The Death of Ananias by Raphael

The story of Ananias and Sapphira in Acts 5 is difficult. It strikes many readers as harsh, a return to Old Testament retribution. “Why this swift act of judgment? Why no opportunity of for repentance and restoration?”

No amount of commentary will ever take the edge off this passage—and that may be the point. [Read more…]

Spurgeon, Rogers, Mohler, and You: Standing on Tall Shoulders

Many of our most respected pastors spent decades curating their libraries, discovering hidden jewels, and finding the best ministry resources available.

Yet now you can get the same kind of robust library geared for your theological interests with a single click. [Read more…]

8 New IVP Books Coming to Logos—and How to Get Them for Less

One made N.T. Wright change his mind on Romans 8; another is now the go-to book on New Testament hymns. Browse these upcoming additions to Logos.

Hang around theological libraries long enough and you’ll see three little letters over and over again on book spines: IVP. [Read more…]

Every NICOT/NICNT Commentary, Ranked—and on Sale Now

For a limited time, every volume of NICOT/NICNT is on sale at Logos.

I knew this series was featured prominently on bestcommentaries.com, but I was curious to see just how they stacked up, so I did some digging. [Read more…]