Last Chance to Pre-Order The Expositor’s Bible Commentary

For years, The Expositor’s Bible Commentary has been one of our most requested commentary sets. Now, we’re pleased to announce that it will be available in Logos Bible Software in just a few days.

The Gold Medallion Award-winning Expositor’s Bible Commentary, published by Zondervan, is a major contribution to the study and understanding of the Scriptures. Providing pastors and Bible students with a comprehensive and scholarly tool for the exposition of the Scriptures and the teaching and proclamation of their message, this 12-volume reference work has become a staple of seminary and college libraries and pastors’ studies worldwide.

Some of the leading evangelical biblical scholars of the past half-century have contributed to The Expositor’s Bible Commentary, including:

The Expositor's Bible Commentary (12 Vols.)

  • F. F. Bruce
  • Bruce M. Metzger
  • Walter C. Kaiser, Jr.
  • Gordon D. Fee
  • I. Howard Marshall
  • D. A. Carson
  • James Montgomery Boice
  • Richard N. Longenecker
  • Lots of others. Head on over to the product page to see the complete list.

Each volume in The Expositor’s Bible Commentary contains an introduction to authorship and historical issues, outlines of each book of the Bible, exposition and notes on the entire Bible, detailed bibliographies on every book of the Bible, and more. It also covers textual issues, and transliteration and translation of Semitic and Greek words make the more technical notes accessible to readers unacquainted with the biblical languages. In short, this is the premiere evangelical commentary on the Bible, and it will be available in Logos Bible Software in just a few days. Head on over to the product page to place your pre-order before it ships on Monday.

Are You a Pradis User?

If you’re a Pradis user, we want to make your transition to Logos Bible Software as smooth as possible. We realize that you might have spent years building up the titles in your Pradis library, and you’ve made a significant financial investment in buying those titles.

For registered Pradis users only, Zondervan has authorized a special discount on The Expositor’s Bible Commentary in addition to the Pre-Pub discount. The discount is designed to help you transition to Logos Bible Software. If you’re a registered Pradis user, this is your chance to get your books in Logos Bible Software at rock-bottom prices. Remember, the discount applies only for Pradis users. To learn how to get your discount, read the previous blog post for all the details.

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  1. J. Roberts says

    Why are the Logos electronic commentary sets more expensive than the print editions on amazon? Shouldn’t they be cheaper?

  2. simeon Afolabi says

    God bless

  3. David J. Wilson says

    Question: For those who have ordered the entire Zondervan Bundle, do we get the EBC on Monday, (ie: at the same time as those who ordered EBC alone), or do we have to wait until the ENTIRE bundle is ready to ship (given they are ALL downloads anyway it seems).

  4. I just installed these books. Can I search at the “book” level (i.e., I Thessalonians) or only at the “volume” level (Ephesians – Philemon)?

  5. Paul,
    Yes you can! At least I can. If you installed them play with it, I’m sure you’ll be able to do also.

  6. Ewald K. Jurak says

    I own a version of the The Expositor’s Bible Commentary – about 5 years old from Zoldervan. Is there an update/upgrad possible?

  7. Kent Hendricks says

    Yes there is an discounted upgrade for registered Pradis users. Check out the Discounts for Registered Pradis Users page for all the details.

  8. Kent Hendricks says

    If you ordered The Expositor’s Bible Commentary, you should already have it. The big 87-volume Zondervan Bible Reference Bundle ships on April 5.

  9. Kent Hendricks says

    J. Roberts,
    Electronic texts come with many features you can’t get in print. The Logos edition of Expositor’s will be searchable, will appear in your Passage Guides and other tools in your library, and have tons of other great features you can’t get in print.
    Also, keep in mind that electronic texts are expensive to produce. Our books contain extensive tagging, linking, and other features that are done by hand. Producing an electronic text is more time consuming and requires more care and precision than producing a print book. The end result is a commentary a more usable format.