This month, we’re celebrating the addition of 50 new books to our catalog by offering 40% off digital bundles of books from the Weaver Book Company. These books from Weaver are available in Logos Bible Software for the first time ever.
With the Biblical Studies & Biblical Theology Bundle, study how each part of Scripture relates to the whole, and what it says about topics like creation, grace, love, and leadership. Here are few highlights from this bundle:
Biblical Theology: The Grace Covenants Collection
The three volumes in the Biblical Theology set present the covenant as an expression of the nature of God, and show a paradigm of activity by which God works in covenantal relations, first to create the world and then, through a redemptive program after the fall, to redeem what was lost. The first volume explores the two common grace covenants: the Adamic and Noahic. The other two volumes explore the special grace covenants: three from the Old Testament: the Abrahamic, Mosaic, and Davidic; and the new covenant in the New Testament.
This work must be taken into account in all future thinking about the important theme of covenant. All students of the Bible and theology will benefit from Niehaus’s insights that build on and advance previous research on the topic.
—Tremper Longman III, Robert H. Gundry, Professor of Biblical Studies, Westmont College, CA
Reading the Bible as Literature Collection
In the Reading the Bible as Literature series, Leland Ryken explores the intersection of the Bible and literature. In the series preface he writes, “It is my belief that a literary approach to the Bible is the common reader’s friend, in contrast to the more specialized types of scholarship on the Bible.” Ryken shows pastors and students and teachers of the Bible how to appreciate the craftsmanship and beauty of Scripture. And he goes one step further than merely explaining the literary approach to the Bible—he includes exercises to help students of the Bible master it.
Leland Ryken has been a pacesetter in the literary study of the Bible, especially within the evangelical community. Those of us who find this approach to Scripture especially enriching are always ready to listen when Ryken speaks. Readers who master Ryken’s principles will find the Bible open up to them in new, exciting ways.
—Robert B. Chisholm Jr., Chair and Professor of Old Testament Studies, Dallas Theological Seminary
Milestones of the Master: Crucial Events in the Life of Jesus and Why They Matter So Much
Why did Jesus come to earth? And what is the significance of the key events of the most important person who ever lived? Do they affect us today? Milestones of the Master provides satisfying answers to these basic questions, and it demonstrates the Jesus is indeed God’s best solution to man’s deepest needs. A beloved and gifted Bible teacher, Warren Wiersbe not only explains the meaning of each event in God’s redemptive plan, but he goes one step further to show the personal significance of each event. His study has the happy result of exalting Christ and applying His work of grace and guidance to needy sinners.
I Will Lift My Eyes Unto the Hills: Learning from the Great Prayers of the Old Testament
The saints of the Old Testament can help you pray better. All Christians desire to pray more effectively. What better way to learn how to pray than to study the great prayers of the Old Testament. I Will Lift My Eyes Unto the Hills explores 11 such prayers—Abraham interceding for Sodom, David praising God for his kingly dynasty, Solomon asking for a listening heart, Hezekiah pleading for help against an arrogant army, and Daniel confessing sins on behalf of the entire nation of Israel. This book is an answer to the prayer, “Lord, teach us to pray.”