Logos Publisher’s Spotlight is on Wipf & Stock this month. There are great deals on W&S Publications, including the finest book Wipf & Stock ever published, Jesus the Bridegroom. This is your chance to buy my book in the Logos library for only $4.99 (cheaper than one of those fancy coffees you like so much). If you purchase the book through Logos, I would really appreciate you leaving a review on the Logos site and Amazon.
Here are a few highlights:
Volumes of the New Covenant Commentary are only $4.99, including the two-volume commentary on Acts by Youngmo Cho and Hyung Dae Park (a great deal at only $4.99, 88% off). I see some of the volumes of the Cascade Companions series along with a “package deal” on all 26 volumes. Don Garlington New Perspective on Paul Collection is only $14.97. There are quite a few volumes on Systematic Theology (I see some Karl Barth) and Church history.
If you are interested in the Mishnah and Talmud, the 99 volume Jacob Neusner Jewish Studies Bundle is on sale for 60% off. Although it is still pricey, it is well-worth the money for 28,000+ pages of Judaica. The bundle includes the five-volume History of the Jews (from Parthian to later Sasanian times) and (all?) the volumes in the series History of Mishnaic Law, This is a commentary on the various Mishnah Tractates. There are seven volumes of Judaic Hermeneutics and dozens of volumes on aspects Judaism. This collection even includes How To Grade Your Professors: And Other Unexpected Advice.
Although there plenty of grades deals on the sale page, scroll down to the bottom to the link that says “see more.” This will take you to the regular Logos site and show all the W&S publications on sale this month.
Another way to save on Logos this month is the Clash of the Commentaries sale. Having an March tournament is an annual tradition with Logos (not sure where they got the idea). User vote in a bracket style contest, with the discounts going deeper each round. It is a fun way to rate commentaries and maybe your dream team commentary makes it to the final four and you can finally afford the New International Greek Text Commentary.
This Clash of the Commentary tournament runs through March 22, so head on over and fill in your bracket.
There is also a great free/almost free book of the month sale in March (link goes to my post commenting on the sale). You can get a couple of Anchor Bible Commentaries for free and deep discounts on several others. There are great deals on Anchor Bible Reference Library volumes, so check out the sale and pack that library.
If you do not have Logos 9 yet, at least consider the Logos 9 Fundamentals or the (free) Basic Edition and begin reading these books right away. First-time Logos users save 50% on the Fundamentals bundle, only $49.95. By following that link you can also choose five additional resources for free. Logos Basic is the free version of Logos Bible Software and has limited free resources, but you do get the Lexham Bible Dictionary and can use the basic edition to add the free and discounted resources listed above.