Raise your hand if you love October! 🙋♂️ I'm ready to break out the Harry Potter movies, autumn scented candles, and immerse myself in all-things-fall.
This month over at my website, I've recently written some new Logos posts you may be interested in checking out:
This Month's Sales at Logos
Starting October 5 through October 23rd, you can save up to 50% on:
Pastor's Appreciation Month
Pastoral and ministry leader resources are also on sale for up to 50% this month. Use code MINISTRYTHANKS for extra savings.
✨ More Savings This Month
This month, get 40% off top Bloomsbury commentaries and collections on titles and collections on biblical interpretation, theology, commentaries, and more through October 15.
Bloomsbury is renowned for its study resources, such as the International Critical Commentary Series and the T&T Clark Cornerstones Bible guides.
From October 16 to October 31 only, get up to 40% off resources on apologetics, systematic theology, biblical interpretation, and more.
This month you get double the free books! Get Interpretation: A Bible Commentary for Teaching and Preaching Romans—FREE until October 16. Then starting October 16, add Revelation (Continental Commentary | CC) to your Logos library for FREE until October 31.
🤓 Logos Training Tip — Prioritizing Resources
Prioritizing resources is one of the most impactful customizations you can make inside Logos. It allows you to access your preferred books first in different areas of Logos (e.g. Top Bibles, Guides, pop-up menus within books, lookups, etc).
Logos prioritization is based on references or indices as opposed to page numbers. Therefore, you’ll get the most benefit by prioritizing books that are organized by headings other than page numbers (such as Bible reference, word/topic entry, devotional date, etc.).
A helpful way to think about this is to ask yourself, “How would I look up information in this book?” You typically look up information in dictionaries by word or in commentaries by Bible reference, not by page number. Prioritizing books works best with reference works like Bibles, dictionaries, and commentaries. It is not intended to work with books like systematic theologies. —Source
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