You did it. You managed to miss out on the crazy deals from Logos on Black Friday, and Saturday, and then Sunday again…
That’s why there’s Cyber Monday!
Here is a short list of just a fraction of the deals that scholars and pastors should be jumping all over:
The Understanding the Bible Commentary series (UBC), formerly the New International Bible Commentary (or NIBC), is a stylish reprint of one of the leading New Testament commentaries available.
The Baker Academic Biblical Studies Bundle is a 190-volume powerhouse of top academic resources for the scholar or pastor wishing to instantly possess a solid library of biblical studies resources totaling over 70,000 pages of research on the Old and New Testament. Ideal for the pastor/scholar doing both research and preaching in both testaments.
You’ll rarely see deeper discounts on Mobile Ed courses than on Cyber Monday! Here’s one example: Christology: Prominent Titles for Jesus. No fewer than 14 Christian scholars have come together to produce this excellent 2-hour course. Check out the other courses on sale here.
The Eerdmans Theology and Biblical Studies collection includes 41 volumes of world-class theological and biblical studies resources from the leading scholars in their respective fields. The expansive range of the collection means unparalleled freedom for your research and teaching interests.
Imagine being able to converse with over 100 of some of the Church’s greatest theologians and scholars, dead and living, anytime you wished? Such is the opportunity presented in the Lexham Press Master Collection, 320 volumes of rigorous theological writing to stimulate your thinking and guide your research act of worship.
Forget Luther and Barth; Jonathan Edwards studies are hot right now, with numerous new works on America’s greatest theologian being published every year. This 2-volume set from Baker Academic includes two collections of essays from the leading scholars in the field, making it the perfect introduction to the legend and his theology.
The T&T Clark Studies in Ethics is four significant recent volumes in the field of Christian ethics, and will serve as a solid introduction to the field, including important trends in the discipline and essential bibliographies
Get Patristic. This is the one you really want (I saved the best for last). The OG’s of the Early Church. The pillars bolted into the bedrock of Scripture, speaking in their own voices. Start here, read the other stuff later.
These deals will not last after Monday, and new resources will be added during the 12-hour period from 6am–6pm PST.
Click below to see all that is on offer, and keep this page open throughout the day to add some great new resources to your Logos digital library every hour: