November is a great month for saving money on Logos Resources. First up, the Logos Free Book of the Month program has grown into two free books, one in the first half of the month and another in the second. Through November 15, you can get a free copy of Peter Morden, The Message of Discipleship: Authentic Followers of Jesus in Today’s World (IVP UK 2018). Morden is senior Pastor and Team Leader at South Parade Baptist Church, Leeds, England. This book is part of IVP UK’s The Bible Speaks Today: Bible Themes series edited by Derek Tidball. The book covers seventeen New Testament passages on discipleship in three categories (foundations, resources, and practice of discipleship).
In addition to the free book, Logos is offering deep discounts on these IVP resources:
- J. I. Packer, Evangelism and the Sovereignty of God, $1.99
- Maurry Harris, Slave of Christ: A New Testament Metaphor for Total Devotion to Christ (New Studies in Biblical Theology, vol. 8), $2.99
- Bruce Milne, The Message of John, rev. ed. (The Bible Speaks Today), $3.99
- Robin Routledge, Hosea: An Introduction and Commentary (Tyndale Old Testament Commentary, reviewed here), $4.99
- David Garland, Romans: An Introduction and Commentary (Tyndale New Testament Commentary), $5.99
- David G. Firth, Exploring Old Testament Wisdom: Literature and Themes, $6.99
- David Peterson, Engaging with God: A Biblical Theology of Worship, $7.99
- Timothy Larsen, Biographical Dictionary of Evangelicals, $8.99
- Craig Blomberg, From Pentecost to Patmos: Acts To Revelation; An Introduction and Survey, 2nd ed., $9.99
- Donald Guthrie, New Testament Introduction, 4th Edition, $10.99
- Pre-Order: Larry Helyer, The Life and Witness of Peter, $16.99,
The IVP portion of the Free Book of the Month sale runs through November 15.
The second way to save starts November 15. You can get Reclaiming the Dead Sea Scrolls for free and some great deals on Yale University Press books. I will add more here when that sale begins.
The third way to save is the Logos “Cyber Deals.” What started as Black Friday then mutated into Cyber Monday, then evolved into a whole month of discounts. Each week, Logos highlights a different publisher or theme. For the first week, October 30 through November 6, you can save on a variety of commentaries, Bible dictionaries, theology collections, and more, including:
- 1 & 2 Chronicles, 2 vols. (Tyndale Old Testament Commentary), only $8.99
- Homilies on Isaiah (The Fathers of the Church), only $8.99
- New Dictionary of Biblical Theology, only $9.99
- How to Understand and Apply the Old and New Testaments (2 vols.), only $10.99
The fourth way to save this month is The monthly Publisher’s Spotlight sale. In November, Westminster John Knox & Fortress are on sale at 40% off. Starting November 1, you can save on individual volumes as well as the Westminster Bible Companion Series (34 vols.), Interpretation: A Bible Commentary for Teaching and Preaching (43 vols.), WJK Old Testament Studies Collection (7 vols.) and The New Testament Library Series Collection (20 vols.). Starting November 16, get up to 40% off resources from Augsburg Fortress on apologetics, systematic theology, biblical interpretation, and more. Hermeneia and Continental Commentaries (74 vols.), Dietrich Bonhoeffer Works Collection | DBW (17 vols.), and the Fortress Press Pauline Studies Collection (35 vols.). This is a great time to load up on high-quality academic resources.
Finally, in November 2023, you can get a free copy of Logos Fundamentals to give away when you buy a Logos 10 package for 20% off. This is a great way to give a gift to a pastor or teacher in your church who does not yet use Logos (and get yourself a nice discount on an upgrade). Current users have various upgrade paths, from “Not expensive at all” to “Who needs food?” and everything in between. You can still get Logos Fundamental ($49.99) or Basic (free) packages and take advantage of the free Logos Book of the Month promotion. Scroll down to the bottom of the page for the free/cheap packages. 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 and Mac. Check out my first-look review of Logos 10.
All the links are Logos Affiliate links. If you are planning on buying Logos books, use this link and out Reading Acts.
These deals go away on November 30. So shop early, and shop often.