Not to Shill, But… (Last Day of Logos Bible Software Discount)

  I have mixed feelings about Logos marketing–some criticisms expressed here–but I still do, at least for now, participate in an affiliate program of theirs. This helps, among other things, to pay for some of this blog’s minimal expenses and has even in the past funded seminary coursework. I have no intention to shill, but … Continue reading Not to Shill, But… (Last Day of Logos Bible Software Discount)

Big-Time Deals on NIV Application Commentaries (NIVAC) in Accordance, Logos, and Olive Tree

  Zondervan’s NIV Application Commentary series is on mega-sale, with each of the ebooks selling at $7.99 in Accordance, Logos, and Olive Tree. I really liked Psalms vol. 1 in this series. The Genesis, Luke, and Galatians volumes were stand-by commentaries when I preached through those books, too. Here is where you can find more … Continue reading Big-Time Deals on NIV Application Commentaries (NIVAC) in Accordance, Logos, and Olive Tree

John William Wevers’s Notes on the Greek Text… Coming to Logos

  The best (only?) complete set of books on the Greek Pentateuch is now up on Pre-Pub through Logos Bible Software: John William Wevers’s Notes on the Greek Text. The Society of Biblical Literature’s book page has a helpful write-up of the Deuteronomy volume, which gives a sense of what this series is about: Wevers … Continue reading John William Wevers’s Notes on the Greek Text… Coming to Logos

Review of Morris Proctor’s Logos 5 Training Manual Set

As often as I use Logos Bible Software for personal study, preaching, and teaching preparation, I’ve found the easily digestible guides by Morris Proctor to speed up my learning process in ways that even regular weekly use can’t. When Logos 5 first released, I read and reviewed Proctor’s “What’s New?” guide. And in my review … Continue reading Review of Morris Proctor’s Logos 5 Training Manual Set