Logos Talk’s Recommended Commentary Series highlights some favorite commentaries by Logos academics and the user community.
We Want to Hear from You!
Each week we will post a forum thread asking which commentaries, available from Logos, are your favorites for a specific book in the Bible. This is a great opportunity to let other Logos users know which commentaries you have found valuable in your studies.
We asked Logos Educational Designer Johnny Cisneros to give us his favorite commentaries on John. Here are a few of his choices in no particular order:
- Baker Exegetical Commentary on the New Testament: John by Andreas J. Köstenberger
- Pillar New Testament Commentary: The Gospel according to John by D. A. Carson
- Anchor Yale Bible: New Testament, The Gospel According to John I–XII by Raymond E. Brown
- Anchor Yale Bible: New Testament, The Gospel According to John XIII–XXI by Raymond E. Brown
Logos Community Favorites
Here are a few commentaries suggested by Logos users:
- Catena Aurea: Commentary on the Four Gospels, Collected out of the Works of the Fathers, Volume 4: St. John by John Henry Newman, Thomas Aquinas
- The Gospel of John, Vol. 1: The Coming of the Light by James Montgomery Boice
- The New International Commentary on the Old and New Testament: The Gospel According to John, Revised Edition by Leon Morris
- The Bible Speaks Today: New Testament, The Message of John by Bruce Milne
- The New American Commentary: John 1-11 by Gerald L. Borchert
- The New American Commentary: John 12–21 by Gerald L. Borchert
This is only a small list of the suggested commentaries for John! For a larger selection of suggested commentaries, visit the forum post.