One of the greatest benefits of Logos is the vast amount of resources you can add to your library. Yet, the possibilities can also be quite overwhelming. When I began building my library in Logos I wanted to know which tools were most worthy of investment. Which are must-haves? Here are the resources I think are worthy of consideration:
- An Introduction to the New Testament
- Commentary on the New Testament Use of the Old Testament
- Dictionary of Biblical Imagery
- IVP Bible Dictionary Series
- New Dictionary of Biblical Theology
- Dictionary for Theological Interpretation of the Bible
- New International Dictionary of New Testament Theology and Exegesis
- Institutes of the Christian Religion
- Reformed Dogmatics (Herman Bavinck)
- Charles Spurgeon Sermon Collection
- Nestle-Aland Greek New Testament, 28th Edition, with Critical Apparatus
- Biblia Hebraica Stuttgartensia with Apparatus
You’ll notice I did not include any commentary series. While there are certainly stand out series, I personally prefer to pick the best commentaries from a given series rather than purchasing an entire set unless there is a compelling discount. If you are looking for the best commentaries for a particular book of the Bible, I highly recommend this website.
👉 What is a must-have resource in your library? Send me a tweet and let me know.