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Free Resource of the Week: Logos Bible Study Software 9


Faithlife is offering a free version of Logos Bible Software to download for church leaders this week.

Logos Bible Software is used to gain insights from across all of Scripture, and uses a collection of key biblical resources to help pastors and lay leaders study the Bible.

With Logos 9 Basic, users can perform basic Bible study tasks to help discover, understand, and share biblical insights. The software allows users to customize a Bible reading plan, take notes and highlight, consult devotionals and commentaries, and more.  No credit card is required is required for this version of Logos 9.


  • Value of included resources: Over $900
  • Library: 40+ digital books including Faithlife Study BibleSystematic Theology by Charles Hodge, the Christian Standard Bible (CSB), and more.
  • Feature upgrade including reverse interlinears, interactive media, Workflows, and other features.
  • Runs on: Windows, Mac, mobile, and web.
  • Downloads: Unlimited. Install Logos on as many personal devices as you like.
  • Support: Comes with free support and training.

Bible Study Software with Revelation book

This offer for Logo 9 Basic is available with a free copy of the book, Revelation and the End of All Things, 2nd ed. by Craig Koester.  The deadline is January 31, 2022.

Logos 9 has many fans both in the academic and church leadership fields.

John Piper Beth Moore John McArthur endorsement of Logos Bible Study Software


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