The Logos Bible Software Free Book of the Month is a free Logos Mobile Education course, Selections from the Psalms: Part One by N. T. Wright. In this 6.5 hour course, Wright explores 18 selected psalms. From the blurb: “You will be encouraged and inspired by Israel’s worship and praise of God as Creator. You will also come to sense how these ancient songs and prayers shaped the lives of God’s people and sense the call of the Davidic kingdom that resounds throughout many of the psalms. This course will examine themes of celebration, including praise for God’s glory and his presence, as well as thanksgiving for his lovingkindness and faithfulness. It will also examine the lament of God’s people for challenges they faced, losses and injustices suffered, and the hope they found in the middle of distress or disaster.”
If you have never done a Mobile Education course from Logos, this is a great chance to try one out for free. this courses includes 6.5 hours of video (with transcripts), quizzes and learning activities and has a retail price of $179.95.
In addition to this excellent free book, Logos has deep discounts several other N. T. Wright Mobile Education courses:
- The Book of Daniel (4 hour course), $9.99
- The Book of Genesis: The Beginning of the Beginning (3.5 hour course), $19.99
- The Servant King: Isaiah 40–55 (6 hour course), $19.99
- Paul and His Letter to the Romans Part 1, $24.99
- Paul and His Letter to the Romans Part 2, $34.99
- Paul and His Letter to the Romans Part 3, $19.99
As they often so, you can also Pre-Order: Mobile Ed: CH361 Sean McGever, Evangelism in the Early Church (2 hour course) for $39.99. Logos Bible Software also has other discounted N. T. Wright courses and books as well as some resources on the Gospel of John.
If you have been using Logos for a while, you might remember some of the older collections. Logos now calls these Legacy Libraries, and for the month of May Logos is offering 25% off various older packages. These are all dynamically priced, meaning if you already own resources in the packed, they do not charge you again. This is a great way to build up your library in a particular area on the cheap. When you follow the link, clock on the picture of the package to go to Logos and select “hide owned resources” to see what would be new to you.
You need to have Logos Bible Software to use the courses. An inexpensive way to get the software is the 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.
All the deals go away on May 31, so be sure to check out all the Logos deals right away!