Let’s look at some of the great content you get with Diamond, all bundled at an amazing discount:
The College Press NIV Commentary Series gives you over 16,000 pages of Old and New Testament introduction and commentary. This set caters to a broad readership, from the academia to the pulpit to the pew.
Scholars will appreciate the series’ dedication to serious exegesis, its frequent appeals to the original languages, and its dialogue with the interpreters of the past. Pastors will discover a wealth of potential sermon material—the series’ verse-by-verse exposition is sensitive both to the texts’ ancient context and to Christian application. And everyone will benefit from the set’s clarity and readability.
Many Christians can trace profound moments in their spiritual life to their discovery of Tozer’s writing. The Diamond package fills your library with 57 volumes of his insightful resources.
Tozer’s writings are so impactful that all 12 reader reviews gave this collection five out of five stars!
J.I. Packer said, “For solidity, profundity, massiveness, and majesty in exhibiting from Scripture God’s ways with sinful mankind there is no one to touch [John Owen].”
Logos users agree—the Works of John Owen collection has earned strong reviews:
“Owen is one of the finest 17th-century theologians and pastors. The way God used him is beyond measure. These works testify to a heart that burned for the glory of the sovereign God and the joy of his people. Volume 10: The Death of Christ and his expositions of Hebrews transformed the way I understood the atoning work of Christ Jesus. Owen’s case for particular redemption is the most persuasive in all Reformed literature I have read.”
The Journal of Biblical Literature, the flagship journal of the Society of Biblical Literature, promotes critical and academic biblical scholarship and brings the highest level of scholarly expertise to bear on the study of biblical literature. The Logos edition of The Journal of Biblical Literature gives you nearly 20,000 pages of articles, reviews, and news written by top scholars between 1981 and 2006.
B. B. Warfield ranks among America’s greatest theologians and Reformed theology’s most ardent defenders. A prolific writer and accomplished scholar, Warfield argued for Reformed confessionalism against the extremes of nineteenth-century modernist and revivalist theology, and defined the parameters of theological method for the twentieth century.
“His mind was so clear and his literary style so chaste and lucid that it is a real joy to read his works, and one derives pleasure and profit at the same time.”
The B. B. Warfield Collection includes the entire 10-volume Works of Benjamin B. Warfield, published in the decade following Warfield’s death in 1921, plus 10 additional volumes of books, articles, and lectures.
This collection of 40 titles by A.W. Pink should be part of every Christian’s study library. A practical theologian with a pastor’s heart, Pink has shaped the thinking of a generation of believers—especially on the topics of divine election and God’s sovereignty. One user said, “these books are a must for every Bible student’s library.”
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These six collections alone cover over 70% of Diamond’s cost—and they represent less than 210 of Diamond’s 2,000+ volumes.
If you’re not yet a Logos 5 base package owner, Diamond is a cost-effective way to get a powerful theological library at a great discount. Act now and you can get an additional 15% off!
Already own a base package? Diamond is a strong upgrade choice, and right now, we’re offering special discounts to upgrade. And don’t forget: if you already own any of the content in Diamond, you’ll get an ownership discount, too!