Resource Updates: May 2015

Whenever a resource you own is updated, you’ll get that new 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 May:
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Open Multiple Factbook Reports at the Same Time

Today’s 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.

One of the most exciting new features in Logos 6 is the Factbook. It’s an almanac, Bible dictionary, concordance, search engine, and more—all rolled into one. You can build a Factbook report for virtually any biblical subject imaginable! Also, within most Factbook articles you’ll discover links to other Factbook articles. When you click a link, the Factbook leaves your current article and jumps to the new one. To return to the previous article you have to utilize the back button in the upper right of the Factbook panel. What if, however, you want to view multiple Factbook articles at the same time? You can with this easy-to-use little trick:

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Never Stop Learning: Get Top Commentaries in the Graduation Sale


There’s always more learning to do when it comes to Bible study. That’s why during the month of June, we are discounting coveted commentaries and study resources for the Graduation Sale.

Whether you are a graduate, friend of a graduate, or just wish you were graduating, there’s something here for you!

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New Books Added to J.I. Packer Collection, NIC, and Pillar!

We recently expanded several key collections, including the Pillar New Testament Commentary series, the J.I. Packer Collection, and the New International Commentary (NIC). If you already own some of the included volumes, you’ll get a discount on these updated collections. If you’ve yet to benefit from any of these top-notch resources, pick them up in a collection today to get a better deal than if purchased individually.

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This top-rated commentary series now contains the 2014-released volume on the Psalms. The Book of Psalms is the most complete and detailed one-volume commentary available on the Psalter, reflecting the combined insights of three biblical scholars: Nancy deClaissé-Walford, Rolf Jacobson, and Beth Tanner.
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5 Free Apps To Simplify Your Life and Ministry


If you’re a pastor, you lead a busy life. It’s hard to prepare for the next sermon, stay connected to your congregation, and maintain a balanced family life—all while trying to find time alone with God, to draw close to the one who’s called you to ministry.

That’s where Faithlife mobile apps can make a difference.

If you own a phone or tablet, there is a Faithlife-family mobile app for you. Made by the creators of Logos 6, each app can help simplify your life and ministry in its own unique way. Even better, they’re all free from the App Store or Google Play.

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Learn to Use the Timeline in Logos 6

The Bible covers a staggering sweep of history. From the rise and fall of kingdoms to the intimate turmoil of families in desperate plights, Scripture tells it all. But that breadth also poses a challenge—how in the world do we keep track of all those people, events, and places?

When you branch into church history and theology, the problem only magnifies. It’s hard to remember who influenced whom, which theologian pioneered which doctrines, how schools of thought battled it out in the public arena, and which ideas came to define the worldview of their eras.

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Get 3 N.T. Wright Books for $3

subheader_FBOTM_MayTime is running out to get May’s free book, PLUS two additional books at an exciting discount.

This month, get The Lord and His Prayer by N.T. Wright for the unbeatable price of FREE! We’ve discussed the important insights this book provides as well as exciting ways to integrate it into your Bible study. If you haven’t downloaded it yet, you’re missing out!

Did you know that when you get this month’s free book, you can add two other books by Wright for a fraction of their regular prices?

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How Worldview Should Influence Biblical Interpretation

When we read something, that information is filtered through our own experiences and culture. This is no less true when we read the Bible. Our worldviews are important, but we rarely get a chance to see the Bible from another perspective. Because of language barrier and distance, we have limited access. Although it’s never appropriate to read something into the biblical text that isn’t there, unique cultural viewpoints can help draw out scriptural truth that might otherwise have been missed. The Transformative Word series is designed to help illuminate these diverse perspectives.

We’ve enlisted church leaders and scholars from around the globe to show us the transformative significance of each biblical book. Each contributor will write in their native language, and their book will be translated and published in multiple languages. The unique personal and cultural experiences of this diverse cast of contributors reveal biblical truth in a way you may never have seen before.

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May Deals under $20

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May is almost over—don’t miss great savings on more than 100 products, including commentaries, biblical and theological studies, preaching resources, and more.

If you’re looking to build your library with some low-priced titles, check out these deals for under $20:
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You Should Probably Stop Using Lexicons

Why you should stop using a lexionLexicons are commonly used for studying biblical languages. It may shock you, then, that I discourage beginning Hebrew and Greek students from using them. I’m not kidding.

I’d be happy if beginning students never used them.

I don’t diminish lexicons because they are so frequently abused, though that’s true. It also isn’t because I want people to spend hundreds of hours memorizing Hebrew and Greek vocabulary. The reason is that, for those newly initiated to Hebrew and Greek, lexicons just don’t give you much useful information.

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