Christianity Today has been the leading evangelical source of timely and insightful Christian news and analysis for over 60 years. Now you can get all of Christianity Today’s content digitized and integrated right into your Logos library at a great price while it’s still in Pre-Pub.
Here are four reasons to take advantage of this deal now:
1. You’ll get 60 years of insights.
Christianity Today was Billy Graham’s vision, and from its inception, the magazine has stayed true to its evangelical and biblical roots. For six decades, starting in 1956, CT has published articles and essays from many of the greatest theologians, scholars, preachers, and thinkers of our times. And the biblical truths and insights contained in those articles have remained relevant to this day and will for years to come.
2. You’ll get it all for under $100—less than 10¢ an issue.
If you order now, while this deal is still in Pre-Pub, you get all 70,000 pages of CT content for 75% off the regular price, at just under $100. That’s less than 10¢ an issue. You couldn’t ask for a better price on a resource of this value.
3. Pre-order soon and you’ll also get a free, one-year print subscription to CT.
If you place your pre-order before June 15, you’ll also get a one-year print subscription to CT, for free.* The CT archive is coming to Logos in Fall 2018 and we won’t charge your card until the CT archive hits Logos. When it does, we’ll send you instructions on how to claim your free subscription.
4. Everything’s integrated right into your Logos library.
As with other Logos resources, all of CT’s content is integrated into your Logos Bible Software. So as you use Logos, links to CT articles will appear in the Passage Guide.
So get the most complete digital archive of CT ever assembled for 75% off the regular price—and be sure to place your pre-order before June 15 to get your free print subscription of CT, too. Pre-order now.
*US customers only. International customers will receive a digital subscription.
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