Maximize Logos 7 with Our New Library Expansions


Logos 7 is a powerhouse of biblical research. Our standard and denominational Logos 7 libraries were carefully curated by biblical resource experts to cover a broad range of categories, topics, and areas of interest for serious Bible study.

However, there are times, especially when researching a paper or preparing for a sermon, when you need to dig a little deeper into a subject. That’s why our resource experts carefully created the all-new Logos 7 Library Expansions—to help you bulk up your library in the areas that you’re particularly interested in.

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FREE WEBINAR: See How Easy It Is to Get Started with Logos 7

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Free live webinar, December 13th, 4 p.m. (PT)

Getting started with anything new can be a challenge. And with powerful software like Logos, we understand that jumping in can feel intimidating. That’s why when we created Logos 7, we wanted to make it as straightforward as possible to get started.

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3 Cost-Effective Ways to Build Your Dream Library with Logos

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Whether you’re a pastor, a lay leader, an academic, or someone who just really loves studying the Bible, chances are your first consideration when building a Logos library is budget. Similarly, the question that always follows is, “How do I construct a library and get the biggest bang for my buck?”

There are many approaches to this, but here are the three best ways to build a Logos library on a budget.

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This Christmas, Save on Guided Studies through Scripture & Theology

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Undertaking an in-depth study of Scripture can be intimidating. Where do you start? With Mobile Ed courses, you’ll find the perfect guide for your journey through Scripture. To get you started, we’ve put over 20 courses on sale this season.

See them all now, or check out some of the courses that are perfect for the Christmas season below.

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Uncover the Wonder of the Word with Christmas Deals!

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This Christmas, take a closer look at the gift of God’s Word with discounted commentaries, Mobile Ed courses, and more; purchase gifts for your friends and family with our first-ever sale on select print books from Lexham Press; and there’s even a very special 12 Days of Logos featuring resources from celebrated publisher Zondervan!

With so many great deals, this season is a great opportunity to stock up on resources to help you focus on Scripture.

Browse the entire sale now.

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Why Do So Many Christians Disagree over the Bible?

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Does widespread human disagreement over Bible interpretation reveal some flaw or weakness in God or his word—or some flaw or weakness in us? Or neither, or both?

This is the third of three articles on the clarity of Scripture. I’ve clarified the doctrine to show what it’s actually claiming, I’ve shown some of the benefits of interpretive difficulties in the Bible, and now I want to go a bit beyond what Protestants have historically agreed on and give a pastoral response to the sometimes very emotional question: why do so many Christians disagree over the Bible?

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All-New Proclaim Church Presentation Software

Since its inception, Proclaim Church Presentation Software was designed to help your team collaborate on beautiful church presentations quickly. The second generation of Proclaim takes that to a whole new level. New features and an updated interface make the software faster and more intuitive. Combine that with more built-in automation and you have a powerful time-saver.

Your entire team can try the all-new Proclaim free for 30 days.

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Learn Biblical Hebrew at Your Own Pace with This New Course

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A Jewish proverb says, “Reading the Bible in translation is like kissing your bride through a veil.” You can still get the message, but there is something missing—you are more removed from the text. Learning Hebrew gets you closer to the text. It makes your ability to interpret the Old Testament, in Dr. Mark Futato’s words, more “precise and profound.”

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Save up to 64% on Works from Crossway, N.T. Wright, & More!

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We’re unlocking special savings for just 24 hours as part of our Cyber Monday deals! Don’t miss out on these limited-time savings: they disappear at midnight tonight!

Crossway Top Authors Bundle (94 vols.) – 54% off

John Piper. D.A. Carson. J.I. Packer. John MacArthur. Celebrated publisher Crossway’s most popular authors come together in this huge bundle. Save 54% on these acclaimed resources—or even more thanks to Dynamic Pricing.

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New Testament for Everyone Series (18 vols.) – 30% off

Get a great deal on this popular commentary series from N.T. Wright. Written to appeal to the lay Christian and minister alike, these illuminating volumes present the message of the New Testament in the engaging, persuasive style that has made Wright one of the most influential Christian scholars of his era.

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Focus on the Bible Commentaries (41 vols.) – 26% off

This practical series brings you into the heart of the Bible, explaining Scripture in an accessible way that makes sense for daily Christian living. Because the volumes were written by respected scholars and pastors, they’re reliable for in-depth study; because they’re written with practical application in mind, they’re ideal for personal devotions.

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The Treasury of David (6 vols.) – 33% off

There’s never been a better time to get Charles Spurgeon’s perennial classic on the Psalms! This six-volume commentary series captures the wisdom and wit of Spurgeon while he was at the height of his ministry. If you still haven’t added this important work to your Logos library, get it now for 33% off!

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A New Paradigm in the Greek Verb Debate


the_greek_verb_revisited_233For the past 25 years, debate regarding the nature of tense and aspect in the Koine Greek verb has held New Testament studies at an impasse. Originally presented during a conference on the Greek verb supported by and held at Tyndale House and sponsored by the Faculty of Divinity of Cambridge University, the papers included in
The Greek Verb Revisited represent the culmination of scholarly collaboration. The outcome is a practical and accessible overview of the Greek verb that moves beyond the current impasse by taking into account the latest scholarship from the fields of linguistics, Classics, and New Testament studies.

Scholars have recognized the importance of this collaborative effort. Constantine Campbell has said, “This is an important volume that deserves careful consideration. It will no doubt occupy a significant position within modern discussions of the Greek verbal system, and rightly so.” The Greek Verb Revisited not only offers a rare glimpse into the background of the debate over the Greek verb, but also explains the significance of this discussion and provides a linguistically-sound way forward.

Here’s an excerpt from the foreword by Andreas Köstenberger:

This is the critical juncture of the debate as it presents itself at the moment. What is more, this new paradigm needs more than one or two doctoral dissertations arguing it. It needs a broader consensus undergirding it by a critical mass of scholars who use a collaborative approach that focuses, not on personalities, but on issues, and that keeps trying to find solutions until the new paradigm has coalesced and is ready to be tested and validated by the data as they present themselves in the available Koine Greek literature, including the New Testament.

The Greek Verb Revisited represents the product of years of such collaborative efforts to move past the stalemate of previous debates and to make real progress in understanding how the Greek verb works. I will not go into detail here, because I want the contributions of the authors of the various essays included in this volume to speak for themselves.

What I will do, however, is commend this volume to you as a new way forward beyond the impasse in New Testament Greek studies, particularly with regard to verbal aspect. If you’re like me, and you’ve tuned out of the debate surrounding the use of the Greek verb for a while, or even if you’ve never been a part of the debate at all, now is the time to tune back in and to listen and learn from this team of scholars who, I’m convinced, have managed to arrive at a deeper level of understanding of how the Greek verb was used by first-century New Testament Greek writers, in a balanced and cogent way.

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Readers of The Greek Verb Revisited will find an accessible introduction to the foundational issues, and more importantly, they will discover a way forward through the debate over the Greek verb. This important volume is now available in print and digital formats.