If you love to study the Bible, you probably love commentaries as well. Commentaries are wonderful tools for helping you to understand the historical background of the Bible; the meaning of its words, phrases, clauses, sentences, paragraphs, and books; its timeless theological message; and how all of that applies to how we ought to live in the 21st century.
Commentaries are ideal books to have in digital format, especially when connected with the power of the Passage Guide. That’s part of the reason that they are our top selling category of add-on books. If you regularly watch our Pre-Pub page, you’ve no doubt noticed that we add new commentary series all the time.
Here are the recent additions to the Pre-Pub page since the last time I mentioned the commentary series on Pre-Pub:
- Cornerstone Biblical Commentary (9 Vols.)
- Anchor Yale Bible (83 Vols.)
- Focus on the Bible Commentaries (32 Vols.)
- Black’s New Testament Commentary (13 Vols.)
- The Expositor’s Greek Testament (5 Vols.)
- An Exposition of the Epistle to the Hebrews, by John Owen (7 Vols.)
We have several pages on our website that are geared to help you keep up with all the commentaries that we are making available—and help you choose the best ones for you.
The Product Guide to Multi-Volume Commentaries brings together all of the commentary sets we offer and provides essential details like intended audience, publisher, number of volumes, etc. We try to update it every time we add a new series to Pre-Pub or Community Pricing, so it should be a fairly accurate list of all the series that we offer. If you’re looking to add new commentaries to your digital library, this is the best place to start.