Win a Free Copy of the Evangelical Exegetical Commentary!

To mark the release of the newest addition to the Evangelical Exegetical Commentary (44 vols.), we’re giving away a copy of the entire EEC!

This giveaway ends June 30, so enter soon—and often!
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John’s Epistles Now Available

We’re excited to announce the latest release in the EEC series, 1–3 John by Gary W. Derickson. Dr. Derickson serves as the ministry division chair at Corban University. He’s published articles on Matthew, John, and 1 John in a number of academic journals. With a robust introduction and a thorough treatment of John’s epistles, Dr. Derickson’s commentary will be an important resource for serious study of the Johannine Epistles.

If you already own the EEC, this volume has already been downloaded to your resources!

What Is the Evangelical Exegetical Commentary?

The Evangelical Exegetical Commentary (44 vols.) is the first major academic Bible commentary series published in many years. Like the Word Biblical Commentary, the EEC offers the best in evangelical scholarship. Logos has carefully selected authors who are specialists in their field of study, ensuring that each commentary offers critical and exegetical interaction with the Bible in its original languages and context.

The EEC is written from a distinctively evangelical perspective and each volume provides serious exegesis, interacting with primary sources as well as the most up-to-date secondary sources. Such interaction requires that contributors engage with the very best scholarship available. Our commitment to evangelical scholarship is spelled out clearly in the sections on “Biblical Theology” and “Application and Devotional Implications” at the end of each pericope.

Order Your Copy Today

When you place your order for the Evangelical Exegetical Commentary, you’ll immediately receive Philemon by Seth EhornEzra & Nehemiah by Israel Loken, and Gary W. Derickson’s brand-new commentary on 1–3 John. Future volumes of the EEC will be delivered as soon as they are available. So order your copy now, and don’t forget to take advantage of our interest-free payment plans!

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2 Responses to “Win a Free Copy of the Evangelical Exegetical Commentary!”

  1. Christopher Powell June 7, 2012 at 1:25 pm #

    I’m most interested in Steve Baugh’s commentary on Ephesians. His books on learning to exegete Greek based in 1 John are excellent and highly recommended.

    However I must say that this is truly an eclectic collection of authors. This makes the series hard to recommend without serious qualification. As always the Berean spirit of Acts 17:11 is a good model for us all when it comes to examining Biblical teaching. I’d encourage Logos to consider selling this per volume (perhaps this is part of the future marketing plan) as I think it would generate more sales and speaking personally there are some volumes that I would be far more likely to purchase than others.

  2. BEN RUVALCABA June 8, 2012 at 7:17 pm #

    TO KNOW GOD WORD IN MY LIFE!!!