We are hard at work on final editing of the first volume of the Evangelical Exegetical Commentary, scheduled for release on June 1, 2011. In fact, we’re now far enough along that we’re ready to release a few previews.
We’ve posted the previews on EvangelicalExegeticalCommentary.com/Volumes under the Ezra and Nehemiah section. The first several preview pages show you excerpts from the Introduction. Most of the previews, however, show you the first section of commentary from Ezra.
You’ll notice that the commentary for each pericope is divided into six sections:
Keep in mind that these previews show you only the text of the commentary. They don’t show you the features that come with a fully-tagged, fully-linked Logos book. They also don’t contain any of the images, illustrations, and other visual features that will be added in the coming weeks. Even though these previews don’t adequately let you see all the features you’ll see when you can view it in Logos Bible Software, they should still give you a taste of the content and scope of the commentary.
To view these previews, head on over to EvangelicalExegeticalCommentary.com/Volumes and click on “Preview” under Ezra and Nehemiah.
Remember, you still have a little more time to pre-order the entire Evangelical Exegetical Commentary at the current discounted price. The price is going up on March 31, 2011, so you need to pre-order it now to get this deal! You can also learn more about a special EEC payment plan that’s only available for this Pre-Pub.
Let us know what you think of the preview.