Logos is running a great sale on commentaries during the third week of November, with savings up to 75% on select commentaries from a wide range of publishers.
Selected volumes of the New American Commentary (B&H), the Tyndale Old Testament and Tyndale New Testament Commentary (IVP Academic), the Smyth and Helwys commentary series and a couple of volumes of the ESV Expository Commentary. I see Othmar Keel’s Continental Commentary on the Song of Songs and a few historical commentaries on the list (Reformation Commentary series from IVP Academic). They even have a few “Classic Commentary” bundles if you want some older, out of print resources on the cheap.
This $7.99 commentary sale is for one week only, it all ends on on 11/22/2021. I can’t say for sure, but there will be more deals the week of Thanksgiving so keep those credit cards close at hand.
There are more ways to get cheap and free resources for Logos Bible Software. The Publisher Spotlight sale is B&H in November. Great deals on the NAC Commentary series, the Exegetical Guide to the Greek New Testament series (see my review of Charles L. Quarles, Matthew or John Harvey, Romans).
Partnering with Baker, Logos ia 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. Here is my overview of the sale from the beginning of the month.
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.