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Dozens of Volumes Available Now from LOGOS

August 27th, 2012
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Since Concordia Publishing House has moved all LOGOS based resources into the LOGOS web distribution method, there are now many titles available as stand alone volumes that once were only available when you bought “collections” in the Concordia Electronic Theological Library [CETL]. You can now purchase any of the volumes listed below as separate/stand alone volumes. The better pricing on them comes when you do buy them in the collections in which the are placed in the CETL, but if you do not wish to do that, you can purchase things now separately, as instant downloads into your LOGOS collection, and of course, if you wish, you can buy all these volumes as a single purchase if you buy the entire CETL Collection, for $475, which provides the following 40 volumes, just under $12 per book. The choice is yours now: purchase it all at once, for the greatest savings, or in  individual collections, or as separate volumes.

In addition to these titles, we are bringing the existing volumes of the Concordia Commentary series into LOGOS, and will be adding the newer volumes of the Luther’s Works extension and the Gerhard LOCI collection. You can see all resources from CPH available in LOGOS by visiting our CPH LOGOS page, link here.  And, by the way, you can also purchase any Luther’s Works (American Edition) as a stand alone volume, or in the entire collection. I listed those titles below, hit the “read more” link to see them.

 

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  1. August 27th, 2012 at 11:51 | #1

    Thank you so much for all the LOGOS resources, and I’m glad that we have a strong CPH presence in LOGOS.

    Is there any plan to make the Small Catechism with Explanation available? That would be a very helpful resource both on a personal level and in preparing for confirmation classes (and many of my classes!). It would also be a “lay-friendly” cross-denominational resource in LOGOS.

    Thank you again for all you do

  2. Joshua Hayes
    August 28th, 2012 at 14:51 | #2

    Thanks for adding Gerhard in the future. That will be a powerful resource indeed!

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