Do I Need Yet Another Commentary Series?

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The IVP New Testament Commentary Series is on sale now through June 30th. Save $89 when you get the whole set.

A question I’m sometimes asked is, “Jonathan, do I really need another commentary series?” My answer is always a resounding, “Yes!”

I understand the hesitation: print books are heavy, are difficult to pack and store when you move, and become unwieldy when you try and reference multiple sources at once. If you’ve ever had your desk covered with commentaries, left for two minutes, and then tried to remember which commentary you were just reading, then you know the frustration. Logos fixes that.

With Logos Passage Guide, you can instantaneously see all your commentaries in one place. For example, here, I’ve opened the IVP New Testament Commentary Series on Philippians by Gordon Fee.

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Then, I can open my other commentaries side by side to compare different viewpoints or conflicting opinions without ever losing my spot.

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Best of all, I can quickly compile salient points from various commentaries into a single Clipping document. This way, when I read an important point, I always know where it came from.

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The IVP New Testament Commentary Series is a fantastic addition to this powerful functionality. With renowned authors such as Craig S. Keener, Darrell L. Bock, Grant R. Osborne, Gordon Fee, and more this series represents some of the best evangelical scholarship of the twenty-first century.

Now through June 30, the entire New Testament set is $89.00 off. Get it now!