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    Logos Bible Software (a product of FaithLife) is a program known for its almost uncountable commentaries and book library. Some excellent products are offered for free [LINK]

    They give away a free stuff every month, of course this is a promotion to encourage you to buy books from Logos Bible Software – but with persistence you can build a small library for little to no cost.

    You will be required to open a Logos account – even provide a credit card number, although it won't be charged.

    Logos also provides software and training on how to use its product with various apps
    If you have any problems feel free to call their number for support and assistance.

    iOS Support [LINK]

    Android Training [LINK]

    KindleFire Training [LINK]

    This Month's Free Book of the Month is:

    The Cambridge Bible for Schools and Colleges: Genesis [LINK] by Herbert Ryle (1921)

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    From R. C. Sproul

    Mark (St. Andrew’s Expositional Commentary) [LINK]
    Reformation Trust [publisher of Ligonier Ministries] (2011)
    Normally $22.95
    Price - Free


     
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    I found another book offering today.

    Bible Characters [LINK]
    by D. L. Moody,
    Fleming H. Revell (1888)

    Normally $9.95
    WITH OFFER CODE: MOODYFB - Free

    In the book he expounds on Daniel, Enoch, Lot, Jacob and John the Baptist.

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    February's Free Book of the Month

    Justification Reconsidered: Rethinking a Pauline Theme [LINK]
    by Stephen Westerholm, Eerdmans Publishing Co. (2013)
    112 pages
    Stephen Westerholm takes issue with the "New Perspective on Paul" in this short and easy-to-read book even for those not up-to-date on the issues involving the debates revolving around how various others interpreter view Paul's use of the term justification.

    Chapters:
    1. The Peril of Modernizing Paul
    2. A Jewish Doctrine?
    3. Are "Sinners" all that Sinful?
    4. Justified by Faith
    5. Not by Works of the Law
    6. Justification and Justification Theory
    7. In a Nutshell
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    Vyrso is a product of FaithLife, producers of Logos Bible Software.

    I haven’t mentioned Vyrso on this thread since it technically isn’t Logos but the products offered there work within Logos Bible Software.

    There are four free products on Vyrso that are great for Valentines Day. :love2: :flower:

    The Four Seasons of Marriage - Free [LINK]

    The Antelope in the Living Room - Free [LINK]

    The Old Fashioned Way, Reclaiming the Lost Art of Romance - Free [LINK]

    Unfaithful, Hope and Healing Ater Infidelity - Free [LINK]

    Log-in using your LOGOS account name and password.

    Rob
     
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    Memoirs of the Life and Writings of John Calvin [LINK]
    By John Mackenzie (1813)

    Normally $16.95
    WITH OFFER CODE: CALVINFB - Free

    The Memoirs capture a period especially interesting to the Christian Church and are designed to exhibit the character of one of the most successful Reformers. Mackenzie uses mainly Calvin's Letters and Epistles as source of his facts, but also greatly references the work of Theodore Beza. Calvin's letters were selected for inclusion by which ones would most accurately portray and best illustrate the events of Calvin's life and his moral qualities. The commentary provided along with the Letters provides key insight into the historical and political impact they imparted, as well as a personal view into Calvin's heart on these matters. The volume also contains notes and biographical sketches of some of his contemporaries.
     
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    Keep Your Greek - Strategies for Busy People [LINK]

    by Constantine R. Campbell
    Zondervan Press (2010)

    Normally $7.95
    FREE with Coupon code KEEPGREEK

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    From the pages of Bible Study Magazine

    Not Your Average Bible Study: Ephesians, Transformed in Christ [LINK]

    by Miles Custis, Lexham Press (2014)

    Normally: $4.99

    FREE with Coupon Code: LMMFREEBOOK

    I've used this book in my Adult bible study as a resource as I teach a class entitled, Your Identity in Christ.
    It's a wonderfully presented short commentary.

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    St. Patrick, His Writings and Life [LINK]
    By Newport J. D. White
    Translations of Christian Literature, Series V: Lives of the Celtic Saints
    Publisher: SPCK (1920)
    Pages: 142

    Originally $9.95

    This Month - FREE

    After a general introduction discussing the various issues involved in determining the dates of Saint Patrick’s life and other background information, Newport J. D. White provides translations from Latin of the two surviving writings of Saint Patrick: The Confession and The Letter. These are accompanied by introductions and notes to aid the reader in grasping the background and significance of this well-known, but little-understood, figure from ancient church history. Newport then provides an introduction to, and translation of, the Lorica of Saint Patrick, a medieval hymn said to be penned by the saint for the protection of him and his monks. Newport then provides a translation of the Sayings of Patrick from the Book of Armagh. Newport ends this volume with an introduction to, and translation of, the biography of Saint Patrick by the seventh-century Irish historian Muirchu.
     
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    Lectures on Revivals of Religion [LINK]

    by Charles Finney, (b. 1792 – d. 1875)
    Leavitt, Lord & Co. (1835)
    438 pages

    Normally $21.95

    FREE with coupon code FINNEYFB

    Finney’s Lectures on Revivals of Religion not only remains one of his most well-known works, but also captures the spirit of the Second Great Awakening. These lectures both reflected and shaped the sentiments of the nineteenth century church in America, and prompted not only broad acceptance and implementation, but also impassioned criticism. This volume prescribes the structure of religious revival—how to prepare for and conduct a revival—and thrusts the evangelism efforts of the church to the forefront, where they remain to this day.
     
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    Opening Up John's Gospel [LINK]
    by Andrew Paterson

    Day One (2010)

    Normally $11.95

    FREE With coupon code OPENINGUPFREE


    Right at the end of his Gospel, John tells us why he wrote it: that we may "believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God, and that by believing [we] may have life in his name." John therefore filled his Gospel with carefully selected evidence to encourage our belief in Jesus. In this detailed yet easy-to-read commentary, Andrew Paterson examines the eyewitness evidence John provided concerning Christ’s power and authority, showing us that John wanted this evidence to result not merely in intellectual assent to these truths, but rather in "life" in Christ’s name.
     
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    A Study Guide is offered for a recent Systematic Theology from the Reformed Perspective by Michael S. Horton:

    Pilgrim Theology: Core Doctrines for Christian Disciples [Amazon LINK]

    Zondervan (2013)
    $27.98 (NOTE THE SYSTEMATIC THEOLOGY BOOK IS NOT FREE)

    FREE STUDY GUIDE OFFER FROM Logos/Faithlife:

    A Study and Discussion Guide for Pilgrim Theology [LINK]

    by Toby Kurth and Michael S.Horton

     
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    FREE Vyrso Book

    FREE Vyrso Book:

    Hearing God's Voice [LINK]

    by Vern Heidebrecht

    "We all know we ought to be listening to the voice of God but how do we hear it? Hearing God's Voice identifies ways in which God speaks to his people.
    This book will introduce you to a simple yet profound way of recording your walk with God, and how to recognize God's wonders and miracles in your life.
    Eight helpful principles will show you how you can test whether you are hearing the voice of God or simply responding to thoughts and circumstances in which you find yourself. And, having heard God's voice, you'll find yourself entering each day with new radiance and God-given confidence."

    Vyrso integrates with Logos Bible Software. Use your Logos Login and password to register.
     
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    Isaiah: The Old Testament Library Series [LINK]
    by Brevard S. Childs

    Westminster John Knox [2001] 555 pages

    Normally $42.95

    FREE - through the month of April

    In this important addition to the Old Testament Library, renowned scholar Brevard S. Childs writes on the Old Testament’s most important theological book. He furnishes a fresh translation from the Hebrew and discusses questions of text, philology, historical background, and literary architecture, and then proceeds with a critically informed, theological interpretation of the text.

    Childs uses a canonical approach to the scriptures of the Old Testament. Rather than seeking the sources, redactors, or communities “behind” the text at the expense of the text itself, the canonical approach seeks to understand the theological message of the Old Testament as a unified book through its canonical shape.


    Excerpt re: Isaiah 14:6
     
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    Five-Year Study Plan by J. Vernon McGee

    J. Vernon McGee's Notes and Outlines for the Five-Year Study Plan [LINK]

    These Notes and Outlines on each book of the Bible were prepared by Dr. McGee to assist listeners who wanted an even deeper and more thorough understanding of the Word as they followed along with his 5-year Thru-the-Bible radio program.
     
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    NOET [LINK] FREEBIE FRIDAY

    Noet like Verso, is a product of FaithLife, producers of Logos Bible Software.

    Noet produces classic literature rather than biblical literature.

    Use your Logos Sign-in and passwords' the free books integrate with Logos Bible Software.

     
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    Here's another:

    A.A. Hodge's Outlines of Theology, rewritten and enlarged [LINK] [1878]

    Normally $25.95
    FREE with Coupon Code HODGEFB

     

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