Sale on the Word Biblical Commentary Series

Word Biblical Commentary (WBC 59 Vols.)Through the end of the year, we’re having a sale on the 59-volume Word Biblical Commentary series. This digital set retails for $1,199.99, but is available for a limited time for only $599.95!

Each of these volumes in print has a retail price of $49.99 and sells in the $30-$40 range. If you buy the digital set from us, you’re paying only a tad above $10 per volume! That’s a savings of roughly $1,200-$1,700 when compared to the print cost.

Not only does the Libronix edition of WBC save you a sizable chunk of change, but you also get all of the conveniences of the Libronix Digital Library System, like portability, ease of use, integration with the rest of your digital library, powerful searching, and so much more.

Pastors, scholars, students, and anyone who is serious about Bible study would benefit from this important set—and there’s no better way to make it a part of your library than this.

Update: Don’t want the whole set? Or maybe you just can’t afford it right now? We’re also offering 50% off the retail price on any of the individual volumes with coupon code WBC!


  1. As one who picked up this set about six months ago for Logos I want to highly recommend that anyone who is able to take advantage of this sale does so.
    Word is a great commentary set, with many must have volumes. Also, I really enjoy that it provides serious scholarship on nearly every book of the Bible, something you do not get with other excellent commentaries like BECNT.
    Using it with Logos software is the icing on the cake, because as good as this set is, using all 59 volumes in print would get cumbersome.

  2. Philana Crouch says

    I have one of the earlier versions of this, is there a discount to upgrade? Thanks! What I do have is great.

  3. It’s a great offer, though US600 is too much for me, is there any chance of a package of the Old Testament volumes?

  4. Dennis Bean says

    How about a Word Biblical Commentary New Testament Bundle? I have several print editions of this commentary. I took Greek in Seminary but never Hebrew so I’m not interested in the OT in this series. Do you have any plans for a NT only bundle?

  5. Dennis, WBC is a Thomas Nelson product, so you might want to talk to them about creating an NT bundle.

  6. Tim, WBC is a Thomas Nelson product, so you might want to check with them about the possibility of an OT collection.

  7. Any chance on getting individual volumes, eg, the newest volumes,of New American Commentary for 50% off as well?

  8. Was there a answer posted to the question on Dec 8 on individual volumes.

  9. No, there wasn’t. What volumes are you interested in? Let me know, and I’ll see what I can do.