Access to a library of resources and scholarly works is a critical requirement that colleges and seminaries want to provide for their students. But sometimes getting to a library is a challenge, if not impossible. Thankfully, Faithlife has created a robust, theological library available to students anytime, from anywhere. Now students can do their scholarly research from whatever location works best for them—all at a cost that’s an absolute no-brainer.

Enjoy the Thousands of Resources Included with Each Remote Research Library License

Remote Research Library

Remote Research Library Feature Set

The Remote Research Library Feature Set provides foundational tools and datasets for a strong theological education. With tools for doing Bible word studies as well as studying the meaning and structure of the Bible’s original languages, discover new questions to ask about the meaning of Scripture. The one-of-a-kind datasets about people, places, and events in the Bible help users of this collection engage with the text of the Old and New Testaments in new and insightful ways.

Lexham Remote Research Library

Lexham Remote Research Library Collection

The Lexham Press Remote Research Collection contains 335 resources built from the ground up to take advantage of Logos Bible Software’s power. This collection provides a robust online library to help students conduct their research while away from their seminary libraries, including commentary series like the Evangelical Exegetical Commentary Series and the Osborne New Testament Commentary Series.

Galaxie’s Theological Journals

Galaxie’s Theological Journals

These journals encompass over 170 years of academic study and represent the finest evangelical scholarship, analyzing current scholarly debates and making it possible to participate in the cutting edge of biblical and theological research.

Classic Scholarship Collection

Classic Scholarship Collection

We’ve pulled together hundreds of works from the most trusted Christian authors and teachers of all time: Augustine, Irenaeus, Aquinas, Luther, Calvin, John Wesley, John Owen, Charles Spurgeon, and more.

International Critical Commentary Series

International Critical Commentary Series (62 vols.)

The ICC has long held a special place among works on the Bible. It brings together all the relevant aids to exegesis: linguistic and textual, archaeological, historical, literary, and theological, with a comprehensiveness and quality of scholarship unmatched by any other series.

Step 1


Sign Up for a Faithlife Account

Sign up for a Faithlife account for FREE on faithlife.com. Or, if you already have a Faithlife account, sign in. If you already use Logos, you will log in to Faithlife with the same information you use for your Logos account.

Step 2


Join Your School Group

Join your school group on faithlife.com either with the link that your school sent you via email or by searching for your school’s group and joining.

Note: Haven’t heard from your school? Send your school administrator a link to our subscription page and ask them to sign your school up for this program.

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Step 3


Start Using Logos

Once you’ve joined your school’s group, this library of resources will automatically be available to you in your Logos account. If you’re already a Logos user, open Logos and look for the resources listed above in your library. If you’ve never used Logos before, you can get started by downloading the FREE desktop version, opening Logos in your browser window, or downloading the Logos app on your mobile device.

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