Learn From the Courage of Esther with This Free Commentary


Through June, download Evangelical Exegetical Commentary: Esther for free!

With intriguing plot twists and suspenseful action, the book of Esther cleverly exposes the folly of wealth and selfish ambition. These are contrasted with the wisdom and courage of Esther and Mordecai and the triumph of the Jewish people in a foreign land. In his commentary, Anthony Tomasino reveals the motifs of feasting, sovereignty, assertiveness, and reversal in the Hebrew text.

What sets this series apart

The Evangelical Exegetical Commentary series (EEC) was created for a digital world. Other commentaries may have a page limit to consider or a back cover to limit the coverage—not so with the EEC. These volumes are filled with content that otherwise might be spread across a number of books. The volume on Esther discusses the book’s connection with the celebration of Purim, the issue of assimilation into a foreign culture, the theme of the invincibility of the Jewish people, the conspicuous absence of God’s name, and much more.

These volumes are written with biblical theology in mind, helping you apply the text to your life today. Devotional implications and practical applications are included so that you can learn from the wisdom and courage of Esther. Tomasino examines the literary elements in the narrative and the historical background of Esther to help you see God’s remarkable providence in her story—and his sovereign work in your own.

Even more ways to save

In addition to this free volume on Esther, you can add an additional volume from the EEC—1, 2, & 3 Johnfor just $0.99!

In this volume by Gary Derickson, he explores how John communicates his pastoral concerns in his three epistles. This second EEC volume is full of the same kind of incredible content that you’ll find in Esther.

Once you’ve added those two volumes for just $0.99, you can add the entire 44-volume collection to your library so you’ll never miss a new EEC volume. You’ll only pay for the volumes that are new to you.

If you’re only interested in the other six volumes of the EEC that have been released, we’ve set up an 8-volume collection. If you get Esther and 1, 2, & 3 John, you’ll save almost 20% off the full price of this smaller collection.


During the month of June, get Evangelical Exegetical Commentary: Esther completely free. And get a second EEC volume for just $0.99! Get both now.


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