Logos has a nice collection of resources on sale through the end of the month on a “secret” sale. Since I am unveiling this musterion to you, let me highlight some of the better deals. There is plenty on this list for everyone, some theology, some pastoral resources, some church history, and even a few Mobile Ed course. Follow the link and poke around, maybe you can find something to stuff your own stocking with.
- Craig Keener’s Mobile Ed course, Introductory Issues in Acts (35% off)
- N. T. Wright’s Christian Origins and the Question of God Series (four volumes, 30% off) and his Pauline Perspectives: Essays on Paul (30% off).
- James Dunn SCM collection, three volumes at 30% off. This includes his classic Baptism in the Holy Spirit: A Re-Examination of the New Testament Teaching on the Gift of the Spirit in Relation to Pentecostalism Today, Unity and Diversity in the New Testament: An Inquiry into the Character of Earliest Christianity, and The Parting of the Ways.
- The LNTS volumes on The Old Testament in Revelation are 40% off ($22.18 for both volumes). This is a great deal on G.K. Beale’s John’s Use of the Old Testament in Revelation (2015) and and Steve Moyise’s The Old Testament in the Book of Revelation (2014). The Library of New Testament Studies are usually pricey, so this is the real bargain in this sale.
Do not forget about the Free book of the month, Jaroslav Pelikan’s Acts commentary in the Brazos Theological commentary series. The Matthew and 1-2 Kings commentaries are also available on that page at a deep discount.
If you do not have Logos yet, you should at least get the free basic version so you can take advantage of the free book of the month and the other sale resources. Maybe it is time to get a base package or upgrade to Logos 8 (which is a year old now…check out my review of the new version). All based packages are on sale for 20% off for the month of December. This includes the affordable Fundementals package (only $79.95) the pricier packages like Silver, Gold, or Gold-pressed Latinum versions. Use the coupon code READINGACTS8 at checkout and save a bit of money.