• I've said it before. I love Logos. I've been using it since I purchased version 1.2 on 3.5-inch floppy disks from a small Christian bookstore in the early 1980's. Since then, I've amassed a huge collection of resources. However, how does Logos/Lexham expect to sell books like this when the Logos price is $17.99 and the price for the same book (Kindle edition) on Amazon is $9.99???? That, along with the fact that Logos has since removed the long-asked-for ability to export resources to Kindle, make me much LESS likely to purchase any books from Logos that are not technical (i.e. commentaries, etc.). Better wake up Logos/Lexham. I'm one of your fans and I'm not buying...
    1. I love Logos. I own the Platinum package. I actually started using Logos back when it was still distributed on 3.5-inch floppy discs. I love how Logos editions of works like "The Unseen Realm" will link to other texts in my library. All of that being said, I'm not sure it justifies the $24.95 price for the Logos edition compared to the $9.99 price for the Kindle edition at Amazon. It seems odd that Lexham Press (a Logos imprint) is selling the Kindle edition for less than half the price of the Logos edition. Just my $0.02.
      1. Yeah. That's what I came here to say.
      2. I have spent thousands of dollars on Logos, and was extremely disappointed with price of this book. I would have snapped it up for the kindle price. Very disappointed in the way Logos is heading..