Every month we offer a special discount on one of our top products. November’s deal is the College Press NIV Commentary (42 vols.). If you don’t already have this collection, here are five reasons you should add it to your library.
Logos Now just keeps getting better. With the latest release, Logos Now members can more easily incorporate insights from confessional documents into their Bible study, conduct detailed studies of Proverbs, grasp biblical figures of speech with ease, and much more.
With a Logos Now membership, you gain access to new and improved features, datasets, and media as soon as we make them. Instead of waiting for the next major release of Logos, get access to the latest tools and data today. Every six weeks, we roll out new updates, features, datasets, tools, and more to Logos Now subscribers. It’s easy to get started with Logos Now—you can even get your first month free.
Check out all the tools and features Logos Now members are using with the release of Logos Now 6.7.
Now is the perfect time to pick up a Logos 6 base package—for a limited time, they’re all on sale! And if you already own some of the resources included in your base package purchase, you’ll qualify for a custom Dynamic Price, and that means even more savings.
Whether you already own a Logos 6 base package, are still using Logos 5 or under, or have never given Logos a try, here’s how a new Logos 6 base package can transform your Bible study.
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.
I often say Logos Bible Software is like a giant onion from which we can continue to peel layer after layer revealing more of the substance. Logos truly is a gift that keeps on giving.
Today, I’ll explain a small feature—so small in fact you may have never noticed it. It’s the italicized text appearing in the reverse interlinear pane which can be toggled on and off at the bottom of numerous Bibles.
The New Testament contains history, prophecy fulfillment, and essential keys to understanding the metanarrative that God is still writing today. Mobile Ed has three new ways to help you in this process, including courses on interpretation, Paul’s letters, and the recently introduced New Testament: Advanced Program of Study. Here are 3 ways to begin your New Testament studies today!
Did you know Faithlife’s design team has illustrated one Bible verse nearly every day for more than three years? To date, we have crafted over 1,200 pieces of art that depict various passages of Scripture. You may have seen them on the Logos home screen, Verse of the Day, or BibleScreen.
For the last two years I’ve worked hard building our brand new Orthodox base packages. As a subdeacon and catechist in the Orthodox Church, I’ve found this work deeply personal and rewarding. I firmly believe these base packages are the perfect way for Orthodox Christians to study the Scriptures and deepen their faith.
The 10 Commandments were written in stone, and they still are on monuments around the world. And in this case, the medium is a message: commandments chiseled in stone are supposed to be permanent, unchanging.
Lexham Press is pleased to announce the publication of a major series of new translations of Abraham Kuyper’s writings in public theology. Created in partnership with the Acton Institute and the Kuyper Translation Society, Abraham Kuyper Collected Works in Public Theology marks a historic moment in Kuyper studies, and we hope it will deepen and enrich the church’s interest and engagement in public theology.