Logos Bible Software features a publisher or author. For June 2020 the Publisher Spotlight is on Eerdmans Publishing. For the rest of the month you can save 40% on select Eerdmans publications, and 20% on other books from Eerdmans. Logos will give you “dynamic pricing,” which means they will not charge you for resources you already own. If you have picked up a few of these books from a free book of the month promotion, your price will be reduced by the cost of that book. Click the link and be sure to sign in with your Faithlife account to see the full discount.
The best deal is on James Dunn’s Christianity in the Making (3 vols.). Volume one, Jesus Remembered (2003), covers Jesus and the Gospels; volume 2, Beginning from Jerusalem (2009) covers the book of Acts and the letters of the New Testament up to 70 CE. The final volume, Neither Jew nor Greek: A Contested Identity, tracks the later history of the early church (for the most part after 70 CE), including both canonical and non-canonical sources. Dunn ends his investigation just prior to Irenaeus, approximately 180 CE. I reviewed the third volume here.
If you were able to get last month’s free and nearly free books from Logos, you already have parts of Forms of the Old Testament Literature Series (18 vols.) and the Eerdmans Critical Commentary Series (9 vols.). Here is a brief comment on both these series.
Logos often bundles larger collections. On the one hand, these collections usually make for better discounts when compared to list price. But on the other hand, they can be pricey. This 40% off sale includes an Eerdmans Biblical Studies (26 vols.) of mostly monographs on Old and New Testament topics.
Finally, if you really want to go big, you can save 40% on the Eerdmans Commentary Collection (116 vols.) This massive set includes the Eerdmans Critical Commentary, the New International Greek Text Commentary, the New International Commentary on the New Testament, the Pillar New Testament Commentary, The Socio-Rhetorical commentary series (Ben Witherington and David deSilva), the Two Horizons Commentary (both Old and New Testament), and many more.
If you really want to splurge, get the Eerdmans Ultimate Collection 2020 (1,058 Resources). Or buy a nice car, it’s up to you. You might be thinking this is a completely ridiculous and unnecessary purchase (and it is), but consider this for an institution that needs a boost in their research library resources, especially where access to actual books is difficult or impossible.
The sale runs though June.