One of the many things I love about Logos Bible Software is the deep discounts on books. There are other benefits—the ability to do complex searches, and the ability to copy and paste into a sermon or other document being two of the big ones. But the deep discounts on expensive commentaries is huge.

Let’s look at one example. lists Douglas Moo’s commentary on Romans as the #1 Commentary on Romans, with a score of 97.9%. (Second place is Baker Exegetical Commentary on Romans by Thomas R. Schreiner with a score of 88.4%.)

Here are the prices on Moo’s Commentary as of today’s writing:

  • Amazon: $46.40
  • Christian Books: $36.99
  • WordSearchBible: $62.00
  • Logos Bible Software: $29.99 (10% off this with discount code Joshhunt8)

To be fair, this is a sale price, and the discount is not always this good. However, with Logos, there is always something on sale. I did a YouTube video some time back on how to save money on Logos books. Three key points are:

  • Buy packages of books.
  • Shop the sales.
  • Use coupon codes. You can get an additional 10% off any package or product on Logos by using the code Joshhunt8. (This also gets me some Logos credit.)

Multiply this savings by a library full of books and this savings really adds up. This is one of the many reasons I love Logos Bible Software.