Black Friday Deals from Logos Bible Software

Logos Bible Softare Black Friday

It’s time for the annual celebration of American consumerism, Black Friday. I don’t really get into the crowds and festive Holiday music, but I can get into a Logos Black Friday Sale. For this weekend, you can save 50% or more on NIV Application Commentaries, The New International Greek Testament Commentaries, The New Testament Library Series, the Smyth & Helwys Bible Commentaries, Zondervan Exegetical Commentaries, New Covenant Commentaries, Interpretation Commentaries (80% off!), and the International Critical Commentaries are $14.99 each, including the newer (expensive) volumes. Keep clicking those “see more” links to find additional dals.

A few other discounts that caught my eye:

  • N. T. Wright and Michael Bird, The New Testament in its World: Course and Study Pack
  • Commentary on the New Testament from the Talmud and Midrash, Volume 3 (reviewed here)
  • New International Dictionary of Old Testament Theology and Exegesis
  • Theology of the Old Testament Collection (11 volumes, Sheffield)

Logos also has a great sale on Logos 6 libraries. even thought Logos 9 is the latest and greatest, Logos had a slew of custom basic packages that were retired. But for this Black Friday weekend they are bring them back with huge discounts. Buying a library saves you up to 90% compared to buying individual books. You get an extra 15% off—or 25% if you already own Logos 9.

This Black Friday Logos sale runs thorough 11/28 @11:59PM PST, so get them while they are hot.

Time is also running out on two free books from Baker Academic: 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.

Grab these free and deep discounted books until 11/30/2021.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Black Friday Commentary Deals from Logos

Logos Black Friday Sale

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.

 

 

 

 

Logos Free Book of the Month for November 2021 – Making Sense of the Trinity

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.

 

 

 

 

Logos Free Book of the Month for October 2021 – Exalting Jesus in 1, 2, 3 John

Free Book of the Month for October 2021

For the Logos Free Book of the Month promotion in October 2021, Logos Bible Software is giving you a copy of Exalting Jesus in 1,2,3 John, part of the Christ-Centered Exposition Commentary series from B&H. The Christ Centered Exposition series includes a good commentary based on the English text with clear application focused on the Gospel. This is a great series for pastors and laypeople looking for a good commentary to supplement their Bible reading.

In fact, this discounted books from Broadman & Holman this moth are a good mix of academic and pastoral resources. The NAC commnetary is a good conservative commentary on John, well worth the price as is Benjamin Merkle’s  Exegetical Guide for Ephesians. Here is the whole list of discounts from Logos Bible Software in the month of October:

  • Max Anders, ed. Joshua (Holman Old Testament Commentary), 99 cents.
  • Daniel L. Akin and Jonathan Akin, Exalting Jesus in Ecclesiastes (Christ-Centered Exposition Commentary), $1.99
  • James M. Hamilton, Jr., God’s Indwelling Presence: The Holy Spirit in the Old and New Testaments (NAC Studies in Bible and Theology), $2.99
  • Kendell Easley and Christopher W. Morgan, eds. The Community of Jesus: A Theology of the Church, $3.99
  • Gerald L. Borchert, John, 2 vols. (The New American Commentary), $4.99
  • Benjamin L. Merkle, Ephesians (Exegetical Guide to the Greek New Testament), $5.99
  • David S, Dockery, ed., Christian Leadership Essentials: A Handbook for Managing Christian Organization, $6.99
  • M. Scott Bashoor, Visual Outline Charts of the New Testament, $7.99 (see my review of the updated version of this book here)
  • John C. Thomas and Lisa Sosin, Therapeutic Expedition: Equipping the Christian Counselor for the Journey, $8.99
  • Gregg R. Allison ad Andreas J. Köstenberger, The Holy Spirit, $9.99
  • The Holman Illustrated Bible Commentary, $9.99 (45 top Bible scholars contributed to this 1,410-page commentary), $10.99
  • Steven Smith, Exalting Jesus in Jeremiah, Lamentations (Christ-Centered Exposition Commentary), Preorder, $5.99

So that is a dozen resources valued at $297, all for less than $67

Pastor Appreciation Month

It is Pastor Appreciation Month so Logos is honoring pastors with discounts on exceptional pastoral resources on sale during the month of October. This includes 20% off Preaching Suite, weekly deals, buy-more save-more offer, and 25-60% off other resources. Time to use up you Pastoral Book Allowance for 2021. If you are not a pastor, consider giving your pastor a Logos Gift Card.

Select Logos Mobile Education resources are up to 40% off in October, including popular courses from Douglas Moo, Mark Strauss, and Darrell Bock.

As always, you should get Logos Fundamental ($49.99) or Basic (free) packages and take advantage of the free Logos Book of the Month promotion.

Spend as little money as you want, but take advantage on these great deals on evangelical resources for your Logos library before the end of October 2021.

 

 

 

 

Logos Free Book of the Month for September 2021 – Walter Kaiser, Recovering the Unity of the Bible

Walter Kaiser, Unity of the BibleDuring the month of September, Logos Bible Software partners with Zondervan and Thomas Nelson this month for a great Free Book plus deep discounts on some excellent resources.  Through the month of September, you can add Walter Kaiser, Recovering the Unity of the Bible for free. In this volume, Kaiser makes the case for the unity of the Bible by focusing on biblical theology and the overall narrative the the Bible. In addition to the free book, Logos has a dozen books with deep discounts.

Here is the whole list of discounts from Logos Bible Software in the month of September:

  • Walter C. Kaiser, Jr., Recovering the Unity of the Bible, Free!
  • Edward Klink and Darian Lockett Understanding Biblical Theology: A Comparison of Theory and Practice, $0.99 (reviewed here)
  • R.C. Sproul and Robert Wolgemuth, What’s in the Bible? A Tour of Scripture from the Dust of Creation to the Glory of Revelation, $1.99
  • Glen G. Scorgie, Dictionary of Christian Spirituality, $2.99
  • Constantine R. Campbell, 1, 2 & 3 John (Story of God Bible Commentary), $3.99
  • Ryan P. O’Dowd, Proverbs (Story of God Bible Commentary), $4.99
  • Ralph P. Martin, 2 Corinthians, 2nd ed. (Word Biblical Commentary), $5.99 (reviewed here)
  • William Mounce, Mounce’s Complete Expository Dictionary of Old and New Testament Words, $6.99
  • Robert Reymond, A New Systematic Theology of the Christian Faith, $7.99
  • Darrell L. Bock, A Theology of Luke and Acts: God’s Promised Program, Realized for All Nations (Biblical Theology of the New Testament), $8.99
  • Douglas, J. Moo,  Romans (NIV Application Commentary), $9.99 (here is a review of his NICNT commentary, the NIVAC is more pastoral and less focused on the Greek text)
  • The Expositor’s Bible Commentary: Abridged Edition (2 vols.; 2,832 pages!), $27.99
  • Pre-Order: Douglas, J. Moo, A Theology of Paul and His Letters: The Gift of the New Realm in Christ (Biblical Theology of the New Testament), $34.99

There are a few great deals on this list, including Ralph Martin’s revised Second Corinthians WBC commentary. The Word Biblical series is an academic commentary which focuses on the Greek text. There are  two volumes of the the Story of God commentary series, a recent series which is more pastoral and devotional (although I have enjoyed every one of the volumes I have used). Maybe the best value is Darrell Bock’s A Theology of Luke and Acts. After completing his two-volume commentary on Luke and another volume on Acts for the Baker Exegetical series, Bock contributed this introduction to the theology of Luke-Acts. It is well worth $8.99 to add this excellent book to your Logos library.

As always, you should get Logos Fundamental ($49.99) or Basic (free) packages and take advantage of the free Logos Book of the Month promotion.

Spend as little money as you want, but take advantage on these great deals on evangelical resources for your Logos library before the end of September 2021.