Logos has just created the Remote Learning Library in response to the COVID-19 crisis. Knowing that thousands of students are now restricted to studying from home, we are making thousands of resources freely available to faculty and students worldwide. Here are the details:
The Remote Learning Library is a robust theological library with thousands of resources, including the entire ICC Commentary set, all of Lexham Press’s books, the entire Mobile Ed course library, and more. Click each link below for details:
- Lexham Press Master Collection (363 vols.): This is the entire library to date from Lexham Press, including commentary series like the Evangelical Exegetical Commentary Series and the Osborne New Testament Commentary Series.
- Classic Scholarship Collection (1,211 vols.): We’ve pulled together hundreds of works from the most trusted Christian authors and teachers of all time: Augustine, Aquinas, Calvin, John Wesley, Charles Spurgeon, and more.
- Logos Mobile Education Courses: Help your students learn from top Bible scholars with access to our full catalog of online courses, including video lectures, transcripts, and activities to keep them learning wherever they are.
- Galaxie’s Theological Journal Library (900+ vols.): Encompassing over 170 years of academic research, these journals represent the finest evangelical scholarship, analyzing current scholarly debates and making it possible to participate in the cutting edge of biblical and theological research.
- 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.
Faculty and students: send this page to your school administrator ASAP so they can get you the resources you need for the next few months as we navigate the coronavirus pandemic together.
Get the resources you need, right in your own home, and keep your studies going strong.
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