New! Evangelical Exegetical Commentary on Philemon Releases Today

A few months ago we released Ezra and Nehemiah, the first volume in the Evangelical Exegetical Commentary. This afternoon we’ll be releasing Philemon, the second completed commentary in the series.

Philemon is written by Seth M. Ehorn, a doctoral candidate studying New Testament language, literature, and theology at the University of Edinburgh. He has written several articles and reviews, and is contributing to the forthcoming Baker Illustrated Bible Dictionary.

If you don’t yet own the Evangelical Exegetical Commentary, then this is the perfect time to add it to your library. Not only will you get the already-completed commentaries on Ezra, Nehemiah, and Philemon, but you’ll also automatically receive new volumes every few months as they’re published.

The good news is that if you already own the Evangelical Exegetical Commentary, then Philemon will download automatically. There’s nothing extra you need to do to get it—nothing extra to order, nothing you need to update in Logos. It will just work.

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One Response to “New! Evangelical Exegetical Commentary on Philemon Releases Today”

  1. Matthew C Jones September 22, 2011 at 9:33 pm #

    How do I get this Philemon volume into my Libronix 3 library? The files on the order page still say “no downloadable resource” for Philemon. Running the script on my order summary only offers Ezra/Nehemiah.
    Thank God for Logos 4 and auto-downloads!