NIC: Single Volumes for $19.99 This Month Only – Christian Article

The highly ranked NICOT/NICNT series costs $1,900 for the 53-volume set; at a little over $35 per volume, you save quite a bit compared to the normal price of buying individual volumes. This month, though, you have an even better option. Get single NICOT and NICNT volumes for just $19.99 each. Even Douglas Moo’s The Letter to the Romans—normally $79.99—is now 75% off. Thomas R. Schreiner of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary describes it this way:  All the virtues of Doug…

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Where’s Jesus in the Old Testament? Start with These 12 Verses. – Christian Article

We often read our Bibles as if Jesus made his first appearance in this world as a baby in the New Testament. Our story as Christians, we sometimes think, starts with the book of Matthew. But the Bible’s witness to Jesus did not begin there. A common thread runs throughout the pages of our Bibles from the beginning of Genesis to the last page of Revelation: Christ. Here are 12 New Testament verses that point to Jesus in the Old…

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Two resources for your church or family during the Advent/Christmas season – Christian Article

The Advent and Christmas seasons are just around the corner, a wonderful time of year to sing rich Christological hymns with your church and family. Here are two resources you might want to consider using this season: Hymns and Carols of Advent and Christmas Last year we published a new collection of hymns and carols for Advent and Christmas. This is simply all of the Advent/Christmas hymns included in Hymns to the Living God, published in a format convenient for…

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The Lord’s Prayer Reminds Us: God Doesn’t Need Our Prayer – Christian Article

This excerpt is adapted from The Lord’s Prayer: A Guide to Praying to Our Father by Wesley Hill, a new release from Lexham Press. At the center of Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount in the Gospel of Matthew, He offers to his disciples a model for prayer. This would not have seemed at all unusual to Jesus’ followers. Many teachers who attracted crowds in Palestine, like Jesus did, were expected to pass on their insights about how best to beseech…

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Free This Month: Commentary on Mark’s Gospel from a World-Class Scholar – Christian Article

Looking for an immensely practical commentary—one that helps you see God’s Word more clearly?  November’s free book, by world-class scholar R. T. France, is for you. Working from his own translation of the Greek text and culling from research into the world of first-century Israel, France provides an extensive introduction to Mark’s Gospel, followed by insightful section and verse commentary. You’ll study Mark as a drama in three acts and explore two central themes of this powerful narrative of Jesus’…

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Kanye Says Jesus Is King: What Does Tim Keller Say? – Christian Article

In case you haven’t heard, rapper Kanye West titled his newest album Jesus Is King. He also had plans for a movie (though recent news is that it’s been canceled). “Jesus is king.” Just three words, but they carry a world of meaning. Tim Keller explores that meaning in Jesus the King. See how Jesus came as a king—but a king who had to bear the greatest burden anyone ever has. Part of the introduction reads, “You may know King’s…

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Last Chance: Save Up to 40% in September’s Monthly Sale – Christian Article

This September, we’ve got a ton of great deals to keep your bookshelf full all season long. From books on biblical studies to Church history, you can save up to 40% in the monthly sale. One notable book on sale this month is Peter G. Bolt’s excellent contribution to the New Studies in Biblical Theology collection, The Cross from a Distance: Atonement in Mark’s Gospel. Enjoy this excerpt—and get it on sale while you can! ___ By Peter G. Bolt,…

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What Children Get Right That Adults Get Wrong – Christian Article

By G. K. Chesterton, adapted from Heretics and Orthodoxy All the towering materialism which dominates the modern mind rests ultimately upon one assumption; a false assumption. It is supposed that if a thing goes on repeating itself it is probably dead; a piece of clockwork.  People feel that if the universe was personal it would vary; if the sun were alive it would dance. This is a fallacy even in relation to known fact.  For the variation in human affairs…

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Free Book: Paul, Apostle of God’s Glory in Christ – Christian Article

It’s free book time again! July’s free book is Paul, Apostle of God’s Glory in Christ by Thomas R. Schreiner.  Like most writers of a Pauline theology, Schreiner discerns something at the heart and soul of Paul’s theology: “. . . the supremacy of God in and through the Lord Jesus Christ.” Schreiner has stitched this theme into the book’s fabric, and the result is a deeply spiritual, robust Pauline theology.  Snag your free copy of Paul, Apostle of God’s…

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June’s Free Course: John Frame on Scripture – Christian Article

This month, pick up your free Mobile Ed course by John Frame: TH207 The Clarity of Scripture. In this short course, John Frame considers what the clarity of Scripture means. He describes it in light of God’s sovereignty, authority, and presence. Dr. Frame also explains how to understand the clarity of Scripture when reading passages in the Bible that seem unclear. Get your free course now! Also, this month, get two more courses for under $30: BI103 Principles of Bible…

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Logos Learning: How to Use the Bible Selector Feature – Christian Article

So here’s an observant question from a Logos user: I’m really enjoying the Faithlife Study Bible but noticed a Bible selector on its toolbar. What’s that all about? That’s a good eye and it provides me an opportunity to showcase this resource. Since its publication several years ago it has become my go-to study Bible. Its many features include: Bible book introductions Links to maps Sidebars with great articles Infographics Insightful comments for most verses of the Bible And much…

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Announcing This Month’s Discounted Publisher: Logos Mobile Ed – Christian Article

Why not tackle a new theology subject this summer, or gain new ministry skills and insights—and earn a certificate while you do? All while learning from some of the most esteemed scholars in Christian academia. This month only, save 40% on nine new Certificate Programs from Logos Mobile Ed. Each Certificate Program includes a selection of Mobile Ed Courses focused on one biblical study topic or key area of ministry and is based on content and learning level. Consider these…

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Every Logos Sale Ending at Midnight—Including Free Book – Christian Article

At midnight tonight, we pull down a number of incredible sales. Find links to all of them here so you don’t miss out. 20% off all Logos packages + free Mobile Ed Course Get your first base package ever or stack onto what you already have—no limits. And get a free course while you’re at it. Shop this sale. N. T. Wright sale Every book and course from the esteemed professor available in Logos—savings up to 30%. Shop this sale.…

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Only 2 More Days: All Logos Packages 20% Off – Christian Article

The final hours of the Logos package sale are upon us. Right now every Logos package is 20% off, with no limits to how many you can stack on each other. That’s great news for current Logos owners (see points #2 and #4 below) as well as new ones. Here are five quick reasons to jump on this sale. 1. Save on books through bundling On average, you save 90% on your books when you buy them as part of…

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10 Quotes on the Christian Life from John Stott – Christian Article

Nearly 50 years ago, the evangelical church was on the brink of shirking the call to global missions. As framer of the Lausanne Covenant in 1974, John R. W. Stott (1921–2011), an Anglican priest, was on the forefront of the movement to preserve modern missions endeavors. He founded the Langham Partnership to equip churches with biblical resources and training for global missions. While the Lausanne Covenant may have been Stott’s most significant contribution to modern Christianity, it was far from…

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A Commentary for the Most Neglected Part of Your Sermon – Christian Article

Every preacher knows it’s easy to explain a text without moving into theological reflection. It’s even easier to stop short of application. Yet no sermon is complete without it. The Treasures of Scripture commentary series (65 vols.), currently half-off on Pre-Pub, is designed especially for this crucial part of the sermon. A preacher’s commentary The Treasures of Scripture is truly a preacher’s commentary. It contains: Historical information Alliterated outlines Topical studies Original language word studies Sermon illustrations. For example, here’s…

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Reminder to Grab May’s Free Book—Pastoral Epistles Commentary – Christian Article

This month’s free book is The Pastoral Epistles from the renowned International Critical Commentary series. We’re almost through May (can you believe it?), which means our monthly sales and free resources are inching toward the door. So here’s a friendly reminder to grab your free book now, and take a look at the two-volume Acts commentary available for just $5. You may also be interested in the monthly sale and featured publisher sale.  This is Only a Snippet of a…

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Take a Class with N.T. Wright – Christian Article

N.T. Wright is one of the most—if not the most—well-known New Testament scholars alive today. His writings on justification have spurred much debate, and he’s been named by Christianity Today as one of the top theologians of our time. Formerly the Bishop of Durham, Wright now teaches at the internationally esteemed University of St. Andrew’s. Right now you can save up to 30% on everything by N.T. Wright in Logos, including his books and courses. Here’s a trailer for his…

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What People Are Saying about the ICC Series—Now on Sale – Christian Article

The lauded International Critical Commentary Series (ICC) (62 vols.) is 40% off in May. As one of the most thorough critical commentaries around, this is a stellar deal. Here’s what serious students of Scripture like you say about this renowned series. What everyday Logos users are saying “Definitely worth owning for serious study. Very generous offering.” — Mark S. on A Critical Commentary on the Pastoral Epistles (This volume is May’s free book. Get your copy here!) “I love all…

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Last Chance to Save on Books That Power Your Logos Features – Christian Article

When you invested in Logos, you saved yourself hours of study time by getting instant access to thousands of resources with just a few clicks. Did you know there’s a way to supercharge Logos even more? It’s through Logos Feature Expansion Collections. These vast collections of books are specially chosen to give you more results with your favorite Logos features, and they’re on sale for just a few more days. Collections range from $90.99 on up, but they all have…

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Free Logos Bundle: Theology Guide + Survey of Theology – Christian Article

We’re giving systematic theology some love right now at Logos.com, with a unique offer too good to pass up. For a limited time, you can try the Logos 8 Theology Guide—a feature exclusive to Logos 8 Silver and up—free until June 17. It also comes with Lexham Press’ Survey of Theology. Together the tools help you get a quick lay of the land on hundreds of theological topics, and then guide you in digging deeper. And the more systematic theologies…

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Own a $10,000 Library for $55 a Month – Christian Article

If you’ve been wanting to invest in Logos Bible Software but were waiting for a big discount, your patience has paid off. All Logos 8 packages are 20% off for a limited time—all of them. Here’s the quick rundown on why packages in Logos are such a good investment, and how you can own a library worth more than $10,000 in less than two years by paying just $55 a month. Get the right library for you Libraries aren’t one-size-fits-all.…

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This Month Only: 40% off Reformed Resources through P&R – Christian Article

This month’s featured publisher, P&R (Presbyterian and Reformed), publishes books that promote biblical understanding and godly living as summarized in the Westminster Confession of Faith and Catechisms. This month, save 40% on many of their collections, including these highlights: The John Frame Collection (12 vols.) John frame is well known for his work in presuppositional apologetics, systematic theology, and epistemology. The collection contains virtually everything Dr. Frame has written about theology over the past 40 years. Here’s a little taste…

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10 Book Recommendations for the Atonement and Resurrection – Christian Article

For Christians, everything hinges on the resurrection. But without his death to pay for our sins (atonement), there would be no resurrection. With Good Friday and Easter approaching, you may be interested in learning more about these two most important events in history. Here are 10 recommendations, brought to you by Logos product specialist Ben Amundgaard. If you have recommendations, please share them in the comment section. If we all do our part, this post can be a repository for…

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Add 3 Books to Your Library for Less Than a Latte – Christian Article

April’s free book is here! This month only, get your free copy of A Theology of Matthew: Jesus Revealed as Deliverer, King, and Incarnate Creator by Charles Leland Quarles. Dr. Thomas R. Schreiner lauds the book in its foreword, saying: Quarles has given us an intellectual and theological feast. The work is written with wonderful clarity so that the message is accessible to laypeople. Still, the book’s message isn’t simplistic. Scholars and students will be challenged by the exegetical and…

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