November is here and we’re entering Logos holiday deals territory! There are some great opportunities to save money and build your library.
This Month’s Sales at Logos
Logos is doing something new this month called Weekly Cyber Deals.
There are some excellent resources on deep discount (some 75% off) in this sale that you should pick up if you don’t already own them. Here are a couple of my recommendations:
New Dictionary of Biblical Theology, only $9.99! This is a steal price.
Romans: A Concise Guide to the Greatest Letter Ever Written, only $5.99!
I know that between Nov. 6-13 Logos is going to run a sale on their top individual commentary volumes with some as low as $4.99! I’ll keep you posted if I see key resources on discount later this month.
Reminder: You can bookmark my full list of recommended Logos resources and keep an eye on what is discounted.
Get Logos 10, Give Logos 10
A chance to spread Logos cheer! Get a Logos 10 package for 20% off, and Logos send you a free copy of Logos 10 Fundamentals to give away.
✨ More Savings This Month
Take your biblical exegesis a little deeper with renowned Westminster John Knox commentary collections, from series like The Bible for Everyone, Interpretation, and more.
Here are just a few of our featured titles, up to 40% off:
- Westminster Bible Companion Series (34 vols.)
- Interpretation: A Bible Commentary for Teaching and Preaching (43 vols.)
- WJK Old Testament Studies Collection (7 vols.)
- The New Testament Library Series Collection (20 vols.)
Don’t miss out on these and other WJK collections and individual commentaries during the Logos Publisher Spotlight! These deals last only until November 15.
Then starting November 16, get up to 40% off resources from Augsburg Fortress on apologetics, systematic theology, biblical interpretation, and more.
Here are a few of the titles we’re most excited about, up to 40% off:
- Hermeneia and Continental Commentaries (74 vols.)
- Dietrich Bonhoeffer Works Collection (17 vols.)
- Fortress Press Pauline Studies Collection (35 vols.)
- Plus dozens of individual volumes and commentary mini-bundles.
This month you get double the free books! Get The Message of Discipleship: Authentic Followers of Jesus in Today’s World—FREE until November 15. Then starting October 16, add Reclaiming the Dead Sea Scrolls: Their True Meaning for Judaism and Christianity to your Logos library for FREE until November 30.
🤓 Logos Training Tip — Using Layouts
As you use Logos, you will open and close many panels in the main application workspace. You’ll probably want to use certain panels in a particular arrangement regularly. For example, you may want to have your preferred Bible, a commentary, and a Passage Guide open together, with link sets connecting them so they scroll synchronously. Opening and linking each panel each time you want to use this common configuration would be tedious.
Layouts allow you to permanently save a current or previous snapshot of the Logos workspace to access at a later time. Use this to set up your preferred workspace, with all the resources and tools you want to access quickly for reading a particular book or studying a specific topic. —Source
💬 Thoughts for your Thoughts
“The most healthy state of a Christian is to be always empty in self and constantly depending upon the Lord for supplies; to be always poor in self and rich in Jesus; weak as water personally, but mighty through God to do great exploits.” —Charles Spurgeon from Morning and Evening. Resurfaced by Readwise
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