Today’s guest post is by Bethany Olsen, from the Logos Bible Software marketing team.
If you, like myself, have been loving the New International Commentary but have asked yourself “Where are the original NICNT volumes?” I’ve got some great news for you! These long-awaited volumes, containing critical works from a multitude of noted theologians and biblical scholars, are now available on Pre-Pub at Logos.
Published by Eerdmans, these ten original commentaries are timeless, holding the writings of Norval Geldenhuys, Merrill C. Tenney, John Murray, Philip Edgcumbe Hughes, and others . For decades, the writings of these gifted theologians have influenced those in the academic arena, behind the pulpit, and in homes around the world with their superior biblical scholarship and stirring content. Each volume of the New International Commentary series is brimming with scriptural insight, making these resources essential tools for all hoping to dive into serious Bible study.
But those aren’t the only reasons to get excited about these newly offered commentaries—here are a few more:
- These original NICNT volumes are landmark commentaries, highly significant at the time of their release and still considered to be pillars of New Testament study.
- The highly academic yet accessible writing, verse-by-verse commentary, literary analysis, historical background, and information regarding authorship contained within these works is detailed and comprehensive.
- These hard-to-find volumes are now easily accessible in your Logos collection, giving you all the benefits of owning commentaries in a rich digital format.
So, wonder no more about the availability of these original New International Commentary New Testament volumes. Join Logos as we rejoice over this fantastic addition to our digital offerings.
New volumes available for individual pre-order:
- New International Commentary: The Gospel of Luke
- New International Commentary: The Epistle to the Romans (2 Vols.)
- New International Commentary: The Epistles of Paul to the Philippians and to Philemon
- New International Commentary: The Epistles to the Ephesians and the Colossians
- New International Commentary: The Epistles of James and John
- New International Commentary: Paul’s Second Epistle to the Corinthians
- New International Commentary: The First and Second Epistles to the Thessalonians
- New International Commentary: St. Paul’s Epistle to the Churches of Galatia