Last Thursday, we announced an amazing partnership with Eerdmans—and, with it, the new Eerdmans Bible Reference Bundle, an enormous 309-volume library. You can still pre-order all this awesome content at Pre-Pub prices, and you can even spread out the payments with an interest-free payment plan.
There’s a lot of material in the Eerdmans Bible Reference Bundle. Over the next couple of weeks, we’ll be highlighting some of that brilliant content.
If you’re looking for thoughtful, scholarly insight into the Scriptures, look no further than the 13-volume Eerdmans Commentary Collection. Written by the some of the most respected scholars in biblical studies, this collection will enlighten and inspire you for years to come.
Order it before Monday, December 2, to get the best Pre-Pub savings!
This collection includes:
1 & 2 Timothy and Titus by Robert W. Wall
“I commend Rob Wall for offering us, and the wider church, his canonical readings of the Pastoral Epistles. Rob does not shy away from the many tough passages in these letters, always trying to present what he sees as the ‘plain sense’ of the text in relation to other historical, ecclesial, and cultural understandings. The combination of commentary and reading by the ‘rule of faith’—supplemented by three interesting case studies—provides a thorough canonical understanding of these crucial letters from the standpoint of one who is immersed in what it means to understand the Bible as the church’s book.”
—Stanley E. Porter, president, dean of theology, and professor of New Testament, McMaster Divinity College
Mark: A Commentary on His Apology for the Cross, vols. 1 & 2 by Robert H. Gundry
“A major contribution to Markan scholarship . . . An indispensable resource for scholars, students, and pastors.”
—John R. Kohlenberger III, lecturer, consultant, and adjunct instructor in Bible and biblical languages, Multnomah Bible College and Western Seminary
“This is the kind of commentary that I most want—a theological wrestling with Scripture. Frederick Dale Bruner grapples with the text not only as a technical exegete (although he also does that very well) but as a church theologian, caring passionately about what these words tell us about God and ourselves. Here he places his considerable teaching gifts at the service of the Christian community, caring as much about us as he cares about the text. His Matthew commentary is in the grand traditions of Augustine, Calvin, and Luther—expansive and leisurely, loving the text, the people in it, and the Christians who read it.”
—Eugene H. Peterson, emeritus professor of spiritual theology, Regent College
A Commentary on Micah by Bruce K. Waltke
“No one knows the prophecy of Micah more thoroughly than Bruce Waltke. No one is more deeply ingrained in the secondary literature that discusses and debates this prophet. No one is better positioned to be a helpful guide to the correct interpretation and application of this marvelous book. It’s rare when a commentary is helpful to scholars, clergy, and laypeople alike, but Waltke has accomplished this masterfully.”
—Tremper Longman III, Robert H. Gundry Professor of Biblical Studies, Westmont College
Right now, you can pre-order the 13-volume Eerdmans Commentary Collection on its own and save over $70, or pre-order it as part of the 309-volume Eerdmans Bible Reference Bundle and save $1,000. But hurry: both Pre-Pub prices go up Monday, December 2!