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international-critical-commentary-seriesThis month only, you can save over $500.00 on the International Critical Commentary Series. This series provides fantastic scholarship and has been recently reconfigured with two new volumes.

Through February, add this series to your Logos library at an incredible price. 

Isaiah 56–66

Published in 2014, this volume continues in the same vein as previous Isaiah commentaries in the series. Written by John Goldingay, a noted specialist in Isaiah studies, this volume retails for over $100.00 in print.

As John Oswalt notes in his July 2014 Themelios review:

The commentary itself is very densely written. . . . Each section is very complete: the textual notes are detailed both in the discussion of the issue and in the number of sources referred to concerning the issue, and the introductions consider matters of literary structure, word usage, and etymology in great detail.

In Logos 6, you can reference individual sections, just as Oswalt recommends. The guides section allows you to jump to a specific chapter and verse, helping you get the most out of such a detailed work.

James

Similarly, this recent addition, published in 2013, brings the essential elements of a scholarly commentary together in one place. Priced at $130.00 in print, this 848-page work offers serious scholars a wealth of information. With linguistic, textual, archaeological, historical, literary, and theological aids, this single volume brings new methods of study for a fresh look at this epistle.

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In print, these two volumes retail for a combined $230.00. But when you upgrade from the 59-volume collection, you can get both for just $59.31!

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Comments

  1. “As John Oswalt notes in his July 2015 Themelios review:”

    Don’t you just love advanced reviews! :-)

  2. Carl Lewis says:

    I definitely like and prefer the more technical, scholarly commentaries and I heard the ICC is a top notch series. Anyone have any experience with it? Want to get some reviews before I add it to my library.

  3. The Classic ICC is public domain & on line free at http://archive.org/search.php?query=critical+and+exegetical+commentary

  4. Yes, IMHO, it is a top notch series — not necessarily completely adhering to the fundamentals of the faith always. But it is free online as a public domain. Item. So you must decide if the tagging done by Logos justifies forking out 1 1/2 saw bucks.
    http://archive.org/search.php?query=critical+and+exegetical+commentary