What if someone offered you The IVP New Testament Commentary Series (14 vols.) for $22—91% off the regular Logos price of $241.99?
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Those are kind of deals you get when you get Logos 8 Platinum.
There are over 1,485 library resources in Platinum. And since you only pay for the books that are new to you, so you may get an even better deal on books you love.
Get over 90% off an enormous theological library
Logos 8 Platinum includes a library worth over $23,000—containing commentaries, dictionaries, biblical language resources, and everything else you need for in-depth study. But when you purchase Logos 8 Platinum, you get a huge library for over 90% off the price of building it book by book—while adding the features of Logos 8!
Take a look at some of the resources exclusive to Logos 8 Platinum and higher packages:
Exegetical Summaries Series (31 vols.) – How can biblical exegesis be fruitful and meaningful when commentaries and lexicons contradict each other? With this collection, you can identify exegetical challenges, discover a text’s interpretive history, and survey what’s been written about each verse and phrase. Regular price: $619.99
The New International Greek Testament Commentary (13 vols.) – To exegete Scripture with clarity, you must understand the historical, linguistic, and textual context. That’s where the NIGCT comes in. This commentary series serves both new and experienced Greek students with detailed verse-by-verse commentary and insightful comments about each section of the text. Regular price: $359.93
UBS Handbook Series Old & New Testament Collection (55 vols.) – Learn to read the Bible the way its first audiences did with these exegetical, historical, cultural, and linguistic insights. These commentaries provide great detail and analysis of the biblical languages, ideal for preachers, biblical language students, and even translators. Regular price: $659.99
Contours of Christian Theology (8 vols.) – In this series, editor Gerald Bray takes readers through fresh explorations of the Church’s most deeply-held doctrines. Volumes include The Church by Edmund P. Clowney, The Holy Spirit by Sinclair B. Ferguson, and The Doctrine of God by Gerald L. Bray. Regular price: $149.99
The Dictionary of Classical Hebrew (8 vols.) – This is the first classical Hebrew language dictionary to not only cover the biblical texts but also Ben Sira, the Dead Sea Scrolls, and the Hebrew inscriptions. The Dictionary of Classical Hebrew lists, analyzes, and translates every occurrence of each Hebrew word and phrase that appears in texts from the earliest days to 200 CE—resulting in a better understanding of what biblical words really mean. Regular price: $299.99
Christianity Today (20 vols.; 1956–1965 and 2006–2016) — Christianity Today has been at the forefront of news and analysis from a Christian perspective for over 60 years. In this collection, you’ll get 338 issues, fully digitized and ready to enhance your study. They are also ideal for finding sermon illustrations. Regular price: $649.90
If you bought just these resources on their own, you’d spend $2,739.79.
But when you get Logos 8 Platinum, you’ll get all these resources—and over a thousand more—for $2,149.99, or less if you already own a Logos base package.
And that’s not to mention all the excellent new Logos features like the Theology Guide, Canvas, and Workflows, which rely on your books to bring you insights.
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