Introducing the new Reformation Day Bundle from Logos

Published on November 4, 2014 by Fred Zaspel

Introducing the Reformation Day Bundle from Logos!
We all know that Logos has the best libraries, and that is one of leading reasons I am a long-time Logos fan. This Reformation Day Bundle is one of their newest and best, and the 95-title bundle with its special pricing is now or never.
Leading Features

The Reformation Day Bundle collects 95 (cleverly numbered for Luther’s famous nail!) classic and modern titles from the Reformed tradition – a valuable and well-chosen variety of primary texts, biographies, histories, and theological works.
Table of Contents

Here are the titles they are offering in this bundle:

The Duties of Parents
The Marks of God’s Children
The Practice of Faith, Hope, and Love
The Path of True Godliness

In Remembrance of Him: Profiting from the Lord’s Supper
Spiritual Desertion
A Spiritual Appeal to Christ’s Bride
Essential Truths in the Heart of a Christian
A Puritan Theology
5 Things Every Christian Needs to Grow
Abortion: A Rational Look at an Emotional Issue
Believing God: Twelve Biblical Promises Christians Struggle to Accept
What Does It Mean to be Born Again?

By Grace Alone: How the Grace of God Amazes Me
John Calvin: A Heart for Devotion, Doctrine, and Doxology
In Christ Alone: Living the Gospel Centered Life
The Christian Lover: The Sweetness of Love and Marriage in the Letters of Believers
What’s So Great about the Doctrines of Grace?

Dual Citizens: Worship and Life between the Already and the Not Yet
The Expository Genius of John Calvin
What Is Faith?
Feed My Sheep: A Passionate Plea for Preaching
Foundations of Grace (1400 BC–AD 100)
Can I Know God’s Will?
How the Gospel Brings Us All the Way Home
Holy, Holy, Holy: Proclaiming the Perfections of God
Jesus the Evangelist: Learning to Share the Gospel from the Book of John
Who Is Jesus?

How Should I Live in this World?
Living for God’s Glory: An Introduction to Calvinism
The Masculine Mandate: God’s Calling to Men
The Mighty Weakness of John Knox
Pillars of Grace (AD 100–1564)
Does Prayer Change Things?
The Prayer of the Lord
Welcome to a Reformed Church: A Guide for Pilgrims
Can I Be Sure I’m Saved?
Sola Scriptura: The Protestant Position on the Bible
Surprised by Suffering: The Role of Pain and Death in the Christian Life
The Truth of the Cross

Can I Trust the Bible?
A Taste of Heaven: Worship in the Light of Eternity
The Unwavering Resolve of Jonathan Edwards
Clue of the Maze
Growing in Christ
A Quest for Godliness
A Passion for Faithfulness
Affirming the Apostles’ Creed
God’s Plans for You
A Grief Sanctified: Through Sorrow to Eternal Hope:
Including Richard Baxter’s Timeless Memoir of His Wife’s Life and Death
Keeping the Ten Commandments

Praying the Lord’s Prayer
Taking God Seriously: Vital Things We Need to Know
Weakness Is the Way: Life with Christ Our Strength
Great Doctrines of the Bible, Volume 1: God the Father, God the Son
Great Doctrines of the Bible, Volume 2: God the Holy Spirit

Great Doctrines of the Bible, Volume 3: The Church and the Last Things
Seeking the Face of God
Predestined to Believe: Common Objections to the Reformed Faith Answered
The Early Reformation on the Continent
Reformation in Britain and Ireland

The Freedom of a Christian
The Global Luther: A Theologian for Modern Times
A History of Lutheranism
Martin Luther’s Catechisms: Forming the Faith
Luther and the Hungry Poor: Gathered Fragments
Luther the Reformer: The Story of the Man and His Career
Martin Luther: A Life
Martin Luther’s Theology: Its Historical and Systematic Development
On Christian Liberty

A Reformation Reader: Primary Texts with Introductions
The Substance of the Faith: Luther’s Doctrinal Theology for Today
The Theology of Martin Luther
Life in God: John Calvin, Practical Formation, and the Future of Protestant Theology
A Short Life of Jonathan Edwards
The Lives of Reformers, Vol. I
The Lives of Reformers, Vol. II
Calvin and the Reformation: Four Studies
A Brief History of the Lutheran Church in America
The American Lutheran Church: Historically, Doctrinally, and Practically Delineated
Missionary Heroes of the Lutheran Church
Internal History of German Protestantism since the Middle of Last Century
The Institution of the Christian Religion
Justification: The Heart of the Christian Faith
The Antithesis between Symbolism and Revelation
The Heidelberg Catechism, in German, Latin and English: With an Historical Introduction: English
The History and Literature of the Heidelberg Catechism, and of Its Introduction into the Netherlands

Sermons on the Heidelberg Catechism, Vols. I–V
Expository Sermons on the Heidelberg Catechism
Tercentenary Monument: In Commemoration of the Three Hundredth Anniversary of the Heidelberg Catechism
Notes on the Heidelberg Catechism, for Parents, Teachers and Catechumens

An Aid to the Heidelberg Catechism
Heidelberg Catechism

Special Mention

Besides the primary texts and documents so essential to grasping the Reformation, its leading figures, and its ideals, some of the most outstanding titles include:

Joel Beeke’s A Puritan Theology
Classics of Reformed Spirituality Collection
Reformation Trust Collection
Crossway J.I. Packer Collection
Crossway D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones Collection
Fortress Press Luther Studies Collection
George Marsden’s A Short Life of Jonathan Edwards
Oxford University Press’ The Early Reformation on the Continent and The Reformation in Britain and Ireland
Burk Parsons’ John Calvin: A Heart for Devotion, Doctrine, and Doxology
Sinclair Ferguson’s In Christ Alone: Living the Gospel-Centered Life

Check it out!

This bundle is available only until November 10. Until then Logos is offering all this at a whopping 70% off. You can check out the details here. Additionally, if you combine this with the purchase of a new Logos 6 base package, you can get $50 back in Logos credit on your purchase of $500 or more.

While you’re at it, you need to check out the new Logos 6 base package, which we featured here last week. By way of further incentive, for the purchase of both of these items Logos is offering $50 in Logos credit.

I have used Logos Bible Software for years. They make research and learning so much more efficient, and their vast resources and ease of use keep me coming back for more. Highly recommended.


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