Welcome to
Logos Institute of Biblical Studies
Books&Notes
Do I need to buy books?
How do I get class notes?
B O O K    S T O R E
Text books are not required; however,
students interested in purchasing any of the
books referenced in our classes will find
them in the Logos Institute Book Store.
N O T E S
Outlines and student notes are provided for
each course that follow weekly lectures.

Logos provides all available professor notes
to students via email. In the event no notes or
outlines are available, students will rely on
their own note taking.
Because our students already lead very busy lives we know it's important to keep your time and financial investment to
a minimum. That's why we structure our classes to provide comprehensive learning within the classroom each week.
No homework. No term papers. No testing.
Just learning.
A U D I T   v s   T R A D I T I O N A L   S T U D E N T S
Traditional on-campus students are required to purchase books, do homework, and take exams to earn credits for
each course. The Logos Institute Certificate Program offers the same Bible college classes in "audit" mode,
allowing students to receive the same lectures and notes as traditional students without the hardship of homework
and exams.
Logos Institute of Biblical Studies
6142 St. Joe Center Road
Suite 191
Fort Wayne IN 46835
260.484.1629

S E M I N A R Y   L E C T U R E S
As possible, seminary lecture
segments that correspond to Logos
course content are presented in
addition to our regular course
lectures. Outlines and notes are not
available for these auxiliary lectures.

P R I N T I N G
Students are responsible for printing
all materials distributed via email.
Special arrangements can be made
for students who do not have access
to email or a printer.

M A N U S C R I P T S
In some cases professors are in the
process of publishing a personal
book on the course topic. If
manuscripts are available, Logos
Institute will make students aware of
the opportunity during class and will
coordinate the purchase of and
distribution to interested students.