Individual Commentary Sale: Anchor Yale Bible Just $20

For a limited time, get any Anchor Yale Bible commentary for just $20 each.

Even if you’ve been a Bible scholar for 20 years, some books require more intense study than others.

Jonah, anyone?

The Anchor Yale Bible is a prestigious commentary series that represents the pinnacle of biblical scholarship, drawing from the wisdom and resources of Protestant, Catholic, and Jewish scholars from around the world.

A book-by-book translation and exegesis of the Hebrew Bible, the New Testament, and the Apocrypha that includes more than 80 volumes, this vast commentary series makes available all the significant historical and linguistic knowledge that bears on the interpretation of the Bible.

Right now, you can get individual volumes for $19.99. Individual pricing per volume is normally between $30 and $75—so you can save big on your Anchor Yale wish list!

Some of the highly rated volumes are Ecclesiastes, Haggai, Zechariah, Hosea, Jonah, Zephaniah, and Malachi.

Arrive at the meaning of biblical literature through exact translation and extended exposition, and reconstruct the ancient setting of the biblical story, the circumstances of its transcription, and the characteristics of its transcribers.

Combine Anchor Yale Bible commentaries with Logos for a powerhouse study. Your Logos features are fueled by the books that are in your library, so when you get one of these volumes in Logos, your Logos features become even stronger and more valuable.

Enjoy uncovering new insights from even the most complex passages through Logos Canvas, Guides, Workflows, and other new Logos 8 features.  


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  1. Will this include the new volume of Amos soon to be released?

  2. bob verplank says

    Could you make this available over time, so that we could order a book a month for 6 months?

  3. bob verplank says

    I received from a pastor 2 years of sermons on which he and his staff had worked to deliver the most important books of the Holy Bible. The opening sermon included a quote from the anchor press book on Genesis. It started with the words”When God set about to create the heavens and the earth”. Well, that meant when God decided to do so and it set the precedent for the creation of time to start. I set about to get a copy of the Anchor Press Commentary. It was about 2500 dollars on Amazon and well over 1500 on Logos. I settled on buying 1 used version of Revelations for 57 dollars. None of the church libraries or of the struggling seminaries of the city had a copy. Well, I settled on buying 6 or more of the chapters from Logos at about a book a month and wondered if that were possible.