The Logos Back-to-School Sale is a great opportunity to pick up essential (and desired) resources for your library. Anybody can take advantage of this sale, whether students, faculty, or otherwise.[Read more…]
If you’re planning on doing serious research in biblical Hebrew this year, or preaching from the Old Testament and planning on spending many hours in the original Hebrew, then consider pre-ordering any of the following upper-level academic resources currently gathering interest in Logos.
Resources in Logos that are currently “gathering interest” are pending publication on our digital platform until a certain number of orders are placed. Pre-order deals are a special opportunity to get in early on a book or collection in Logos, and pay a reduced price compared to the cost post-publication. They represent good value for the busy scholar or pastor.
Here’s a short list:
Brill Hebrew Reference Collection (5 vols.) – Brill is renowned as one of the preeminent publishers of biblical studies resources in the world. This elite collection includes a lexicon of Late Biblical Hebrew and a comprehensive encyclopedia of the Hebrew language. The complete history of the Hebrew language is presented, with a focus on Late Biblical Hebrew. With Brill’s collection, you can study Hebrew’s linguistic evolution, and track its diachronic developments through history.
Linguistic Studies in Ancient West Semitic Update (7 vols.) – This fine collection from Eisenbrauns includes monographs, collections of essays, and text editions informed by the approaches of linguistic science. Languages covered include Hebrew, Aramaic, Ugaritic, and more.
Learning Biblical Hebrew Interactively (2 vols.) – Interested in teaching Hebrew to your next class using the interactive method? The foundation for Paul Overland’s exciting work is the theory and practice of Second Language Acquisition (SLA). Students work through the book of Jonah actually communicating in Hebrew. A worthy choice for those whose Hebrew has slipped, and want to dive back in using a fresh approach.[Read more…]
Here at the Academic Blog we are gearing up for Christmas, and there’s no better way for us to do that than by letting you know of some great Christmas sales happening at Logos.
Been eyeing that commentary set for a few months now since using it in your research and loving it? This is a good chance to save up to 90%.
There are some big savings to be had here, so don’t miss out on this chance to bolster your research library during the Christmas season.
What do you think is the most important question you might have if you were about to begin a rigorous MA in biblical studies at Oxford? Would it concern your reading list of primary and secondary sources? Would it be more practical, as in which part of Oxford to live? [Read more…]