Quality for FREE?!
Logos Bible Software is also for those who don't have any money to spend. In fact, Faithlife regularly gives away books for nothing. It is even possible to build a great Logos library without spending a single euro. And these are not worthless books, but high-quality literature. And Logos helps you to make that literature useful for studying God's Word. Therefore make sure that you download as many free books as possible.
Where can you find these free books?
- Logos: Free Book of the Month
- Faithlife: Free Book of the Month
- Verbum: Free Book of the Month
- On the website of Logos (sort the books by 'Price (lowest first)')
- Enter your date of birth in your Faithlife account! Then, in your birthday month, you will receive a coupon code of no less than $20 to spend as you wish!
The following free books probably suffice to make you want to take the plunge into Logos. And this is just only a selection:
- Faithlife Study Bible (FSB)
Numerous study notes and dozens of full-color, high-resolution infographics (see image to the right)
- Lexham Bible Dictionary (LBD)
Dictionary with over 7000 articles on biblical terms
- English Standard Version (ESV) with audio
Audio version of a fairly literal English Bible translation
- mEd LT271: Logos training using Jonah 1
Bible study training based on Jonah 1, demonstrating the main features of Logos
- R.C. Sproul, Crucial Questions Series
28 small apologetic booklets, written from a Reformed perspective
- John Piper: 23 sermons (audio) on Galatians
Sermon series on Galatians
- The SBL Greek New Testament
Greek Text of the New Testament
- Brown-Driver-Briggs, The Abridged BDB Hebrew-English Lexicon
Concise Hebrew-English Lexicon
- Codex Bezae & Codex Sinaiticus
Transcription of two important Greek manuscripts: of the Old (Sinaiticus) and of the New Testament (Sinaiticus and Bezae)
- Duke Database of Documentary Papyri
Extensive collection of Greek papyri, which tell a lot about the culture at the time of the New Testament
- Perseus Classics Collection
Huge collection of Greek and Roman literature. This literature is available both in the original language (Greek and Latin) and most texts also in translation (English).