Logos Bible Software is breaking all the rules for November’s free book of the month. Partnering with Baker, they are giving away two free books: Millard Erickson’s Making Sense of the Trinity: Three Crucial Questions (Baker Academic 2000) and Scripture and Truth, edited by D. A. Carson; John D. Woodbridge (Revised edition, Baker, 1992). Scripture and Truth collects twelve essays by well-known evangelical scholars discussing inspiration from biblical, historical, or theological perspectives.
In addition to the two free books, Logos has 24 additional resources also on sale at deep discounts (total retail value $750). There is a little bit for everyone here, biblical and theological studies as well as some church history and pastoral resources.
There are some excellent books on this list, I highly recommend Joel Green and Lee Martin McDonald, The World of the New Testament: Cultural, Social, and Historical Contexts for those interested in New Testament Backgrounds, and I have used Moises Silva, Interpreting Galatians as a textbook several times in a graduate level class on Romans. Both the Victor P. Hamilton volumes are worth the price, and I am glad to get a copy of Ben Witherington’s New Testament History: A Narrative Account in Logos.
- $0.99 – Warren W. Wiersbe, The Bumps Are What You Climb On: Encouragement for Difficult Days
- $0.99 – John J. Davis, The Perfect Shepherd
- $1.99 – Ken Sande, Resolving Everyday Conflict
- $1.99 – Grant Osborne and Stephen Woodward, Handbook for Bible Study
- $2.99 – Ronald Heine, Classical Christian Doctrine: Introducing the Essentials of the Ancient Faith
- $2.99 – Warren W. Wiersbe, On Earth as It Is in Heaven: How the Lord’s Prayer Teaches Us to Pray More Effectively
- $3.99 – James Montgomery Boice, The Epistles of John: An Expositional Commentary
- $3.99 – James Montgomery Boice, Daniel: An Expositional Commentary
- $4.99 – John E. Hartley, Genesis (Understanding the Bible Commentary)
- $4.99 – J. Ramsey Michaels, John (Understanding the Bible Commentary)
- $5.99 – Ben Witherington, III, New Testament History: A Narrative Account
- $5.99 – Walter Kaiser, Jr., Preaching and Teaching from the Old Testament: A Guide for the Church
- $6.99 – D. Martin Lloyd-Jones, Exposition of Ephesians: God’s Ultimate Purpose
- $6.99 – Moises Silva, Interpreting Galatians: Explorations in Exegetical Method, 2nd ed.
- $7.99 – James L. Resseguie, The Revelation of John: A Narrative Commentary
- $7.99 – Bill T. Arnold, Encountering the Book of Genesis: A Study of Its Content and Issues
- $8.99 – Francis J. Moloney, Love in the Gospel of John: An Exegetical, Theological, and Literary Study
- $8.99 – Karl Allen Kuhn, The Kingdom according to Luke-Acts: A Social, Literary, and Theological Introduction
- $9.99 – Tremper Longman, III, editor, The Baker Illustrated Bible Dictionary
- $9.99 – Joel Green and Lee Martin McDonald, The World of the New Testament: Cultural, Social, and Historical Contexts
- $11.99 – Victor P. Hamilton, Exodus: An Exegetical Commentary
- $11.99 – Victor P. Hamilton, Handbook on the Pentateuch
- $12.99 – Robert H. Gundry, Commentary on the New Testament: Verse-by-Verse Explanations with a Literal Translation
- $12.99 – Herman Bavink, Reformed Dogmatics, Vol. 1: The Prolegomena
I pretty much spent my all my lunch money on Logos resources this month…buy as many or as few as you like, but the deals expire at the end of November 2021.
If you do not already have Logos Bible Software, you should get Logos Fundamental ($49.99) or Basic (free) packages and take advantage of the free Logos Book of the Month promotion (check out my review of Logos 9). All it takes is a Faithlife account, and you can read your books using the iOS or Android app, the Logos web app, or the (much more powerful) desktop version for both Windows or Mac.