The C.S. Lewis week is winding down, but you still have a few hours to get his collection in Logos for 30% off.
Here are three reasons why you should (besides the fact that he’s one of the most influential Christian writers and apologists of all time and his books are incredible).
1. This sale may never come around again
The only other time we’ve offered this discount is when the collection was available for pre-order, three years ago. It’s one of those products we can rarely put on sale, so this may be your last opportunity to get it for less than list price.
2. There are three layers of savings happening here
As always, collections in Logos are the best way to get a lot of books for the best price. And with this sale, there are actually three layers of savings:
- You save by getting the electronic versions of these books. (This collection would cost nearly $600 in print.)
- You save by getting them bundled. (Individually, the total would be $463.72. The bundle normally costs $400.)
- You save with the discount: The whole collection is marked down to $279.99.
So by getting this bundle on sale, you’re getting what would be a $600 stack of books for less than half that—and you’re getting them in the most useful format.
3. These books are enhanced by Logos
In Logos, books are transformed into insights for you. You don’t have to read all 30 of these books cover to cover to find a great quote.
For example, last night I was reading a C.S. Lewis collection called Letters to Children, and I came across a wonderful quote on love:
A perfect man [would] never act from sense of duty; he’d always want the right thing more than the wrong one. Duty is only a substitute for love (of God and of other people)—like a crutch, which is a substitute for a leg. Most of us need the crutch at times: but of course it’s idiotic to use the crutch when our own legs (our own loves, tastes, habits etc) can do the journey on their own!*
Two things worth noting:
1) In Logos, I could come across that quote without ever knowing it existed. I could think, “I’d love a good Lewis quote on love,” and then search his collection for the word and find plenty to use.
2) I read that quote in a paper book that is not currently with me. I couldn’t remember just how the quote went, but I knew the word “crutch” was in it. In 30 seconds I opened Logos, searched the resource for “crutch,” found the quote, and pasted it here.
Ultimately, that’s why you should get this resource.
Because you, like me, have read enough Lewis to know you’re never done digging, and that you could fill a notebook with his insights on our world and faith. And Logos brings all those insights right to the surface.
Get the ultimate Lewis notebook by getting this collection in Logos. Don’t wait—C.S. Lewis is one of the most influential Christian writers of all the time, and this opportunity to save on his works ends at midnight (PST).