Christmas Day Special! UBC Volumes Only $4.99 Each

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As a special gift to you on Christmas, we’re adding a thirteenth product to the 12 Days of Logos. Here’s today’s featured resource:

Understanding the Bible Commentary

Starting today you can get each individual volume of UBC for only $4.99 each. This means you will be saving over $300.00 on the collection if you buy them all today!

This user-friendly commentary series helps any reader navigate the Bible’s sometimes difficult terrain. Each of the 36 volumes breaks down the barriers between the ancient and modern worlds, revealing the power and meaning of the biblical texts to contemporary readers.

The contributors tackle interpretation using the full range of critical methodologies and practices—yet they do so as people of faith who hold the text in the highest regard. They present a careful section-by-section exposition of the biblical books with highlighted key terms and phrases and transliterated Hebrew and Greek words. Notes at the close of each chapter provide additional textual and technical comments for those who want to dig deeper. A bibliography, as well as Scripture and subject indexes, is also included.

The Understanding the Bible Commentary Series offers pastors, students, and laypeople commitment to accessibility without sacrificing serious scholarship.

You need to know

Understanding the Bible Commentary Series . . .

  • Provides section-by-section commentary that is accessible for any reader
  • Contains additional study notes at the end of each chapter
  • Includes a bibliography, Scripture, and subject indexes in each volume

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This special deal won’t last long. Get all UBC volumes now, or see all the other 12 Days of Logos deals!

Christmas Reflections on the Birth of Our Savior

Charles Wesley

Now it happened that in those days a decree went out from Caesar Augustus to register all the empire. (This first registration took place when Quirinius was governor of Syria.) And everyone went to be registered, each one to his own town. So Joseph also went up from Galilee, from the town of Nazareth, to Judea, to the city of David which is called Bethlehem, because he was of the house and family line of David, to be registered together with Mary, who was legally promised in marriage to him and was pregnant. (Luke 2:1–5 LEB)

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Click to Reveal Today’s Free Resource for Advent!

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We’re celebrating Advent by giving away 24 resources, absolutely free! Click on the image above to reveal today’s featured resource. Check back every day for a new free book and beautiful art based on Christmas carols and hymns. Get your free book and Await the Wonder of Christ’s advent.

Save Nearly $180 on the Works of N.T. Wright

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During the 12 Days of Logos, you can save nearly $180 on The Works of N.T. Wright. Plus, if you got a resource in this collection as part of our Advent giveaway, you’ll get a Dynamic Price, saving you an additional $25!
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Five December Deals You Don’t Want to Miss

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With all the great products on sale this December, it can be easy to miss some of the deals. The monthly sale has more than 100 products, but here are five you’ll really want to check out.

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Only 8 Days Left to Get 15% off Logos 6

Right now, you can get 15% off a Logos 6 base package. But this offer ends in just eight days. And after that, Logos 6 will never be on sale for 15% off again. Whether you’re buying a base package for the first time, upgrading from a previous version of Logos, or adding another base package to your library, this is your last chance to get the best deal.
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Click to Reveal Today’s Free Book for Advent!

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We’re celebrating Advent by giving away 24 resources, absolutely free! Click on the image above to reveal today’s featured resource. Check back every day for a new free book and beautiful art based on Christmas carols and hymns. Get your free book and Await the Wonder of Christ’s advent.

Get 70% off 871 Volumes from Bloomsbury

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During 12 Days of Logos, you can save on some amazing resources. That includes some of the most important theological and biblical works out there—like International Critical Commentary Series, volumes by Warren Wiersbe, and new classics like the N.T Wright Collection!

Today, we’re featuring a great deal on the Bloomsbury Bundle. For a limited time, you can get this definitive collection from Bloomsbury and its many publishing imprints for 70% off!. Here’s more about today’s featured resource.

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Try Mobile Ed and Logos Now Risk Free!

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Every month, Logos Now subscribers get several month-long, full-access previews to great Bible-study resources. During the month of December, subscribers have access to Dr. Heiser’s NT281: How We Got the New Testament. If you sign up for a Logos Now subscription today, you’ll gain access to this course for the next nine days, and will then get an exclusive discount so you can buy the course and keep it forever!

If you’ve ever wanted to give Mobile Ed a try, now’s the perfect opportunity. After all, you can get your first month of Logos Now FREE!

Explore this course, learn more about Mobile Ed, and discover how to expand your theological education.

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The Most Christmasy Book in the Bible Isn’t What You Think

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We’re celebrating Advent by giving away dozens of free books and beautiful Advent Art and featuring great articles on the meaning of this season of anticipation. In this post, Logos Pro Mark Ward explores what may be the most “Christmasy” book in the Bible.

What do you think is the most “Christmasy” book in the New Testament?

The obvious frontrunners are Matthew and Luke, especially their opening portions. One of the reasons these books will show up so often in Christmas-time sermons and Bible studies is that they were so self-conscious in their desire to continue the story of Israel begun in the Old Testament. Think of the way the words of Mary and Zechariah in Luke 1 both refer back to God’s promises to Abraham.

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