Free Upgrade from Logos Bible Software OC to ND

Logos just released a new round of base packages labeled ND. No, that’s not an abbreviation for anything. They serve merely to distinguish the various versions of the base packages. The previous base packages were OC, the ones before that were QB, and the ones before that were RA. You can upgrade from your current OC package to the corresponding ND package for free (you pay only for the media and shipping). They’ve added the TNIV and NIrV to all of the base packages that include the NIV (i.e., all but Christian Home and Original Languages).

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6 Responses to Free Upgrade from Logos Bible Software OC to ND

  1. Thomas Black January 31, 2008 at 9:31 am #

    ND must assuredly mean Non Disclosure ;-) After all there’s no mention of it anywhere else on the Logos site.
    Aww c’mon you know people are going to start looking for meaning.

  2. Mike Aubrey January 31, 2008 at 1:45 pm #

    I’d be more excited if I hadn’t already purchased the TNIV.

    Do you know what makes the NIrV a reader’s edition?

  3. Bill Triplett February 3, 2008 at 10:02 pm #

    NIrV uses language aimed at a third grade level. When my children were younger I purchased a copy for everyone in the house to be used for family bible study each night. The kids loved it because they understood what they were reading; they hadn’t been while we were reading the NIV. The meaning is not changed from the NIV so if that is what you’re comfortable with, that’s a good choice for your kids. Also for second language text.

  4. Nathan Parker February 7, 2008 at 9:08 pm #

    Just ordered my upgrade today! Nice small upgrade & very cost-effective on Logos’ part.

  5. Douglas Offszanka March 28, 2008 at 2:59 am #

    Sure the upgrade is cheap, but why is there no information about it? As a user of the Original Languages library, I wont get the TNIV and the NIrV. Does anyone know the differences are? Or is it just that you get a DVD with the latest revisions of the resources rather than downloading them as would normally be the case

  6. Phil Gons March 28, 2008 at 1:38 pm #

    Only two books were added. Nothing else changed. The upgrade from OC to ND is a non-issue for users with the Original Languages Library or those outside of North America who can’t have the NIV, et al.