Get a Free Course Plus Two More for under $30

Every month Logos gives you a book for free, plus deep discounts on two additional books. But this month you have a unique chance to get a popular Mobile Ed course for free, plus two more courses at great prices.

Take this opportunity to discover how Logos Mobile Ed courses can help you grow in knowledge and understanding of Scripture. This month only, less than $30 gets you three courses focused on how we got the New Testament as it is today. [Read more…]

Know Your Faith, Engage Your World, Confidently Defend Truth

The history and heritage of Christianity. Creeds and their critical role in the formation of the Church leading up to today. Bible versions and their dependability. Answering those who say Christianity is for fools and has no answers for the intellectual mind.

These are vitally important areas of Christian thought and knowledge, and exploring them helps you become more confident in your faith. The newest releases from Lexham Press answer questions about these topics to equip you to know your faith, better engage your world, and confidently defend what you know is true. [Read more…]

Someone Plagiarized My Book a Century Before I Was Born

In my recent book, Authorized: The Use and Misuse of the King James Bible, I argued that there were two major kinds of archaic words in the KJV, not one.

And in the most flagrant example I’ve ever seen of plagiarism by time machine, I just discovered a commentator from 150 years ago saying precisely the same thing.

In his Lectures Exegetical and Practical on the Epistle of James, published in 1871, Robert Johnstone quotes a verse from the King James Version: [Read more…]

Enhance Your Study of the Spirit-Filled Life—and Save Two Ways

Christianity was never meant to be dull, lifeless, or the mere accumulation of knowledge about God and the Bible. It was designed to be a joyful and vibrant experience through the transforming power of the Holy Spirit.

Your Logos library should reflect this as well. And for those desiring a deeper Spirit-filled experience, the Logos Pentecostal and Charismatic library has been curated to help empower your life and ministry with a vibrant spiritual life—and help others do the same. [Read more…]

Save Up to 40% on John Stott, Adrian Rogers, and More

Each new month ushers in a new Logos monthly sale with amazing deals on top resources. It’s a great way to get big savings on bundles, collections, and more from the theologians, preachers, and scholars you love.

Below are five of this month’s featured resources—but be sure to check out all of July’s discounts here. [Read more…]

How to Read OT Sources for NT Verses

I’m often asked how to easily locate Old Testament passages quoted in the New Testament. I’ve written about this before, but in this blog, I’ll show you yet another way to read OT sources right along with NT passages. [Read more…]

30 Years of Research. One Book.

Larry W. Hurtado has been one of the leading scholars on early Christology for decades. He has written dozens of articles and a number of books examining not just what early Christians believed or wrote about Jesus, but what their devotional practices tell us about the place of Jesus in early Christian worship. Hurtado’s new book, Honoring the Son, is a clear and concise distillation of more than 30 years of research into New Testament Christology. [Read more…]

4 Great Reasons to Pre-order Jacob Neusner

If you’re not familiar with Jacob Neusner, right now is a great time to add the Jacob Neusner Jewish Studies Bundle (99 vols.) to your library and get to know this prolific scholar and author, especially while it’s on Pre-Pub. Here are four reasons to pre-order this bundle now:

1. Learn from the most published academic—ever

Jacob Neusner was one of the highest regarded scholars of Judaism of all time. In fact, he was the creator of modern Jewish studies, transforming the way we think and learn about Judaism by applying academic methods to the various texts. He authored over 1,000 books—and that’s not including his translations. Plus, most of his work was published by academic publishers such as Yale University Press and Brill. These works have a broad range, from the Talmud to analyses of western Judaism and the Holocaust. [Read more…]

Last Chance: 30% off Select Zondervan Commentaries Ends Saturday

Time’s running out to save 30% on top Zondervan resources in June’s Publisher Spotlight! Zondervan resources rarely go on sale, so get these deals while they’re here. They’re all 30% off until Sunday. [Read more…]

Search Original Languages for Word Meaning with Unique Logos Tools

When you’re studying Greek or Hebrew, searching morphological forms with Logos is a huge timesaver. Ἀγάπη (agape) in the dative singular? Got it! A third-person singular Hebrew verb in Qal stem with a 3MS pronominal suffix? Bam!

But Logos can see something else in the Bible that you might not realize: meaning.

A computer can parse forms fairly well given a few rules; that is, a lot of such work can be done automatically. But it takes many man-hours and coffee breaks to teach the computer to see meaning in the Bible. It literally takes years to mark up the Bible with all that data. But it’s worth it. Now you can search the original languages for a meaning—like the figurative use of “brother” as opposed to the literal, or like the most frequent subjects or objects of a given verb. And that means you can execute more targeted searches, with fewer but more accurate results. You can find what you need to find in your Bible study. [Read more…]