3 Expanded Collections You Don’t Want to Miss

pillar-new-testament-commentary-blogWe’ve updated three more collections to make it even easier to keep your library up to date. The Pillar New Testament Commentary and Exploring the Bible now contain all the volumes in each series, and the Tabletalk Magazine collection now brings you 289 issues, from 1989 to 2013.

Do you have all the issues and commentaries? Visit the product pages and find out—if you can add a product to your cart, you’re missing volumes, and you can add them at a special price!

1. Pillar New Testament Commentary (15 vols.)

Did you know that Pillar has two full commentaries on Romans, by Leon Morris and Colin G. Kruse? This updated collection now includes both, giving you twice the scholarship on Paul’s theological masterwork.

2. Tabletalk Magazine (289 issues)

Featuring over two decades of award-winning biblical studies, devotional guides, and stimulating articles on Christian history and theology, Christian living, and Bible scholarship, Tabletalk Magazine continues to deliver outstanding content read by hundreds of thousands every month. Now updated to include issues through February 2013, the Logos edition helps you dig deeper into Tabletalk‘s Bible studies and theological and historical articles.

3. Exploring the Bible Commentary (16 vols.)

Acclaimed by pastors and students alike, the Exploring the Bible Commentary helps you understand, apply, and live according to the Word. It emphasizes tough questions and real-world applications.

3 ways to save

Logos makes it easy to get the volumes you want:

1. You won’t pay for what you already own. See the discounted price on the product page? As long as you’re logged in, that figure takes into account all the issues or volumes you’ve already bought.

2. You can pay at your convenience, but use your new resources right now. With Logos’ payment plans, you can pick up entire commentary sets and spread out the cost so it fits your budget. Make manageable monthly payments, and start using every volume today!

3. You’ll save by buying in bulk. If you were to purchase each Pillar commentary individually, you would pay around $622.26. By upgrading with the collection, you can get the entire series for $524.95.

Complete your collections today!

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One Response to “3 Expanded Collections You Don’t Want to Miss”

  1. Douglas February 25, 2014 at 5:21 pm #

    Can you do the same for WBC? I think for now it’s only missing the Judges volume by Trent C. Butler. I’d hate to wait til Acts and the other volumes make it out of pre-pub before updating this series.

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