In honor of this year’s graduates, we’re kicking off summer with great deals—for everyone! Whether you’re graduating or you just want to know the Bible better, you can save up to 34% on top commentaries. Here are a few of the bestsellers:
On sale for $70 off!
Interpretation combines historical scholarship and theological questions, bringing an understanding of what the text says into dialogue with contemporary questions of life and faith. A readable blend of exegetical study and hermeneutical reflection, it will equip you to better teach and preach the Bible.
On sale for $100 off!
Most Bible commentaries take us on a one-way trip: from our world to the world of the Bible. There they leave us, assuming that we can somehow make the return journey on our own. They focus on the original meaning, but don’t discuss its contemporary application. The NIV Application Commentary series brings together both halves of the interpretive process: it bridges the gap between the Bible’s world and today’s.
On sale for more than $75 off!
Full of contributions from authors like Douglas Moo, Leon Morris, and D.A. Carson, the Pillar New Testament Commentary is designed for both focused scholars and general readers of the Bible. The authors seek to “loosen the Bible from its pages” and help you apply its truths to your life.
On sale for more than $130 off!
“At a time when the study of Greek is being curtailed in many schools of theology,” states the series’ foreword, “we hope that the NIGTC will demonstrate the continuing value of studying the Greek New Testament and will be an impetus in the revival of such study.” The New Testament demands exegesis that’s sensitive to theological themes, as well as to the texts’ historical, linguistic, and textual context. The NIGTC delivers. One Logos user says, “This is definitely a set that anyone serious about studying God’s Word would want in their collection.”
Celebrate a hard-earned summer by equipping yourself (or a friend) for future ministry and better Bible study: pick up your favorite commentaries today.