Logos Free Book of the Month for July 2019 – Thomas Schreiner, Paul, Apostle of God’s Glory in Christ: A Pauline Theology

The Logos Free book of the Month for July 2019 is Thomas Schreiner, Paul, Apostle of God’s Glory in Christ: A Pauline Theology (IVP Academic, 2006). Tom Schreiner has published commentaries on Romans (updated 2018; BENTC). Galatians (ZECNT), and 1 Corinthians commentary in the Tyndale series. Both his New Testament Theology: Magnifying God in Christ (Baker 2008) and The King in His Beauty: A Biblical Theology of the Old and New Testaments (Baker 2013) are well-respected. COmmenting on this 500+ page volume, Beeson Divinity School’s Frank Thielman said:

“Dr. Schreiner has produced a deeply exegetical study of Paul’s theology. Even those who disagree with some of his conclusions will benefit from his careful analysis of the text of Paul’s letters and his fair-handed treatment of alternative positions. The book will be especially useful to students and pastors, but scholars will also profit from its thoughtful exegetical discussions and its persuasive case for the centrality of God’s glory in Christ to Paul’s theology.”

For a mere $1.99 more, you can add a valuable collection of essays from the 2010 Wheaton Theology Conference evaluating the contributions of N. T. Wright, Jesus, Paul and the People of God: A Theological Dialogue with N.T.Wright. The collection was edited by Nicholas Perrin and Richard B. Hays. The book includes two presentations by Wright on the state of scholarship regarding Jesus and the state of scholarship regarding the apostle Paul. the book includes essays by Jeremy Begbie; Markus Bockmuehl; Richard B. Hays; Edith M. Humphrey; Sylvia Keesmaat and Brian Walsh; Nicholas Perrin; Marianne Meye Thompson; Kevin J. Vanhoozer Here is a review of the book from Exegetical Tools.

Logos has another “almost free” book on the same page, David deSilva’s Honor, Patronage, Kinship and Purity (IVP Academic 2000). From the blrub:

Contemporary Western readers may find it surprising that honor and shame, patronage and reciprocity, kinship and family, and purity and pollution offer us keys to interpreting the New Testament. In Honor, Patronage, Kinship and Purity, David deSilva demonstrates that paying attention to these cultural themes opens our eyes and ears to new discoveries and deeper understanding of the New Testament and its cultural context.

That is three excellent books for less than one of those frosty coffee drinks you are craving this July.

In addition to the free and almost free books, Logos is partnering with IVP Academic to give away a fourteen volume IVP New Testament Studies Collection (a $241 value, including five massive Ben Witherington books). There are several was to enter, so scroll down to the bottom of the page to join the give away.

Logos Bible Software 8 has been out since November 2018, and it is a significant upgrade. 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 seems to run faster than Logos 7 and the upgrade is well worth considering. As always, there are less expensive paths to upgrading and there are paths that will preserve your credit rating.

At the very least, download the free Logos Basic or the $99 Logos 8 Fundamentals. With either minimal package you can download and use the free book every month and build your Logos library.

These three and almost free books of the month are only available through the end of July, so head to the Logos site and get them before the offer expires.

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