5 Days Left: Select NICOT/NICNT Volumes Under $20


“Thorough and abreast of modern scholarship, yet . . . loyal to Scripture as the infallible Word of God.” That’s how contributor Gordon Fee describes the New International Commentary Series.

Right now, select volumes from this acclaimed series are just $19.99 each. We already walked you through the definitive top-ten list of NICOT and NICNT volumes, but there are just a few days left to take advantage of this deal. That’s why we’re highlighting four more volumes you don’t want to overlook.

Pick out your favorites before July 5th at 11:59 p.m. (PT) to take advantage of this deal. (Limit 20 per customer).

Mark: William L. Lane

First published over 40 years ago, Lane’s commentary on Mark has stood the test of time, continuing to receive high praise from influential theologians and writers. Ligonier Ministries and Scot McKnight give it four-and-a-half stars, and Desiring God gives it five. Get it now for just $19.99.

Deuteronomy: Peter Craigie

Knowing what to leave out in a Bible study, sermon, or commentary is often just as important as what to leave in. In his commentary on Deuteronomy, Peter Craigie proves he knows what belongs on the cutting room floor. This volume has been praised for providing readers a thorough grounding in the ancient Near Eastern context of the book without bogging them down with unnecessary details. Get it now for just $19.99.

Song of Songs: Tremper Longman III

Longman’s unique take on Song of Songs portrays this ancient Hebrew love poem as a series of songs rather than a linear story. Readers praise this commentary for its careful consideration of other ancient Near Eastern literature and sensitive handling of sexual metaphor. Get it now for $19.99.

Nahum, Habakkuk, Zephaniah: O. Palmer Robertson

O. Palmer Robertson is famously regarded for his ability to identify the threads that make up the rich narrative tapestry of Scripture. In this volume, he uses that redemptive-historical framework to interpret Nahum, Habakkuk, and Zephaniah. This commentary comes highly recommended by the Denver Seminary Journal and Ligonier Ministries. Get it for $19.99.


Check out all of the NICOT/NICNT volumes on sale for just $19.99 each. Pick up to 20 of your favorites—but do it before July 5 at 11:59 p.m. (PT) or you’ll miss your chance! Browse the sale before it’s too late.