Free This Month: NIV Application Commentary on Mark

NIV Application Commentary: Mark

This month only you can get the NIV Application Commentary on Mark for free—no purchase required. Add the commentary on Job for just $1.99, and the commentary on 1 Peter for just $2.99 more. Get all three commentaries now.

Are beginnings better than endings?

That’s one of the key lessons in the book of Mark: Jesus Christ as the new beginning, the giver of second chances. And whether you’re a preacher, scholar, or student, this volume will help you communicate truth and shine a light on the Gospel in the context of today’s culture.

Its exegetical, literary, and grammatical summaries are designed with your ministry in mind.

Pastor Charles Stanley calls it “a commentary that is not only biblically trustworthy, but also contemporary in its application.”

Scripture passages in this commentary link to Greek and Hebrew texts, along with English translations. And with Logos, powerful search tools give you instant access to the insight you need for research, sermon prep, or personal study.

This free commentary is part of the 42-volume NIV Application Commentary Bundle from Zondervan—the focus of this month’s Publisher Spotlight. During September you’ll save 30% on this larger set and others. What’s more, all Zondervan collections on Logos.com (including those in the publisher spotlight sale) will incorporate Dynamic Pricing—but only through September 30.

Find out what sets this commentary series apart. Get the NIV Application Commentary on Mark for free, then add Job and 1 Peter for just $4.98!

Comments

  1. The NIV Application Commentary is a great resource for those who wish to pursue the background and contextual information. I have the commentary on Mark in hardback and our Sunday school class taught Mark for over a year. And the NIV application Commentary is great for reference. As with any commentary, there are going to be theological issues all of us will disagree with along the line (such as Mark 13), but Garland’s theology is solid, and trustworthy.

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