June 21–23 only, enjoy great savings on D. A. Carson’s New Studies in Biblical Theology from IVP Academic. Individual volumes are $9.99, or get the whole set for $399. Back in February Logos gave away Mark Seifrid’s Christ, Our Righteousness: Paul’s Theology of Justification (2000) and offered great discounts on Peter G. Bolt, The Cross from a Distance: Atonement in Mark’s Gospel (2004) and Craig Blomberg’s Contagious Holiness:Jesus’ Meals with Sinners (2005). If you did buy those three in February, the cost of the whole set will be lower; Logos will not charge you for books you already own.
If you are unfamiliar with this series, the original Studies in Biblical Theology was published by SCM Press from 1952 through 1973. It included several important volumes, such as Early Christian Worship by Oscar Cullmann, Christ in the Wilderness by Ulrich W. Mauser and The Rediscovery of Apocalyptic by Klaus Koch. In 1995 IVP Academic re-booted the series with D. A. Carson as the series editor. Here is a summary of the first 35 volumes at the Gospel Coalition.
I have reviewed a few titles in the series (I have several more in my reading pile).
- James M. Hamilton, With the Clouds of Heaven: The Book of Daniel in Biblical Theology (2014)
- Bradley G. Green, Covenant and Commandment: Works, Obedience and Faithfulness in the Christian Life. (2014)
- Mark J. Boda, ‘Return To Me’: A Biblical Theology of Repentance (2015)
- Richard Lints, Identity and Idolatry: The Image of God and Its Inversion (2015)
- L. Michael Morales, Who Shall Ascend the Mountain of the Lord? A Biblical Theology of the Book of Leviticus (2015)
- Oren R. Martin, Bound for the Promised Land: The Land Promise in God’s Redemptive Plan (2015)
- Andrew T. Abernethy, The Book of Isaiah and God’s Kingdom: A Thematic-Theological Approach (2016)
The sale does not include Peter T. O’Brien’s God Has Spoken in His Son: A Biblical Theology of Hebrews (2016; it was withdrawn from the series) or the recently published All Things New: Revelation as Canonical Capstone by Brian J. Tabb.
Logos Bible Software also released a major upgrade at the end of 2018. I did a “first look” review of Logos 8 here. There are plenty of new features to justify an upgrade and the software runs much more efficiently than the previous version (everything runs faster than Logos 7). You can save 25% on any upgrades to Logos 8 and pick five free books when you upgrade to Logos 8. Follow the link and used the code READINGACTS8.
Look over the titles on the Logos sale page, I am sure you will find many interesting studies to add to your Logos collection. But do not wait too long, the sale is over midnight PDT, June 23, 2019.