When you own a book in Logos, you’ll receive periodic updates—absolutely free. These revisions offer more than just corrected typos. You get more recent data, new milestones for better navigation, links to new resources, and increased functionality.
Updating original content
We’re now publishing original content, like the Lexham Bible Dictionary, the Faithlife Study Bible, and the Lexham Bible Guides. Because we produce these resources in-house, we’re able to update them by adding brand-new content. We’ve already added to the Faithlife Study Bible and the Lexham Bible Dictionary, and now we’re adding content to make Lexham Bible Guide: Ephesians even better.
Updating Lexham Bible Guide: Ephesians
Many of you have purchased Lexham Bible Guide: Ephesians either as an individual volume or as part of the Lexham Bible Guides: Paul’s Letters Collection. Written as a research guide, it has already helped many of you deepen your study of Paul’s Letter to the Ephesians by highlighting the critical issues in the text, pointing you to the key commentators, and explaining their positions.
Now we’ve enhanced the guide with more than 30% new content, including more analysis, more annotated links for each of the issues discussed, and several new Issues and Background Studies. We’ve also added discussions of nine additional commentaries, including new links to 18 different journal and dictionary articles. This added content will help you study Ephesians’ key interpretive issues while connecting you with the depth and breadth of your Logos library.
Incorporating your feedback
After releasing Lexham Bible Guide: Ephesians—the first Lexham Bible Guide we produced—we received some helpful feedback from you on how we could make it even better. We listened to your ideas, and we learned from writing later volumes in the series, like the Genesis Collection. Based on this input and experience, we’ve incorporated a broader range of commentaries in annotated links from the Ephesians volume, including more discussion of resources available in base packages, like John Muddiman’s commentary on Ephesians from Black’s New Testament Commentary Series. We’ve also added specific Bible milestones throughout the Issues and Key Word Studies, making it easier for you to navigate.
The best part is that if you already own Lexham Bible Guide: Ephesians, you get all of this new content absolutely free. If you don’t own it yet, you can get it today as part of the Lexham Bible Guides: Paul’s Letters Collection.