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GERHARD in LOGOS Format — Pre-Publication Offer Available Now

November 14th, 2012
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LOGOS.COM and Concordia Publishing House are partners in offering you resources in the most popular theological research software program available: LOGOS.

In order to evaluate interest in having the volumes presently available in the translation of Gerhard’s Theological Commonplaces, LOGOS is now taking pre-publication orders and the price will never be lower than it is now.

I can’t encourage you strongly enough to sign up for this special offer. If enough people do sign up, we will be able to proceed with offering Gerhard in LOGOS format.

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  1. Andrew
    November 14th, 2012 at 16:41 | #1

    How can I get it for 119.95 like it was a few days ago?

  2. Rev. Michael S. Taylor
    November 15th, 2012 at 10:17 | #3

    I am a 56 year old pastor in the LCMS.
    I own Logos 4 and I will be upgrading to Logos 5 at some point.
    I own Luther’s Works and others on Logos. i.e. Pieper, Law and Gospel etc. as well as a couple of the concordia commentaries. I have one of the commentaries on pre-order with Logos.
    Other than the sound doctrine presented in the Commonplaces, (and I don’t own hard copies) I am asking the difficult question. What is the benefit to me of these particular writings? I am not familiar with their contents.
    I am fully supportive of publishing such materials and I am 100% for the Logos system.
    For this amount (@$224), I could upgrade to one of the bundles with Logos 5. I know that they will be coming out with a free upgrade to Logos 5 at some point.
    I do not question the value of Gerhard’s writings. I am just asking for a little insight.

    • November 15th, 2012 at 10:19 | #4

      Re. Johann Gerhard, in short, he provides the most extensive presentation of Christian doctrine ever produced by a faithful, orthodox, confessional Lutheran.

  3. Guillaume
    November 15th, 2012 at 19:50 | #5

    Can it be read on the old libronix program?

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