NIC: Single Volumes for $19.99 This Month Only

The highly ranked NICOT/NICNT series costs $1,900 for the 53-volume set; at a little over $35 per volume, you save quite a bit compared to the normal price of buying individual volumes.

This month, though, you have an even better option. Get single NICOT and NICNT volumes for just $19.99 each. Even Douglas Moo’s The Letter to the Romans—normally $79.99—is now 75% off. Thomas R. Schreiner of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary describes it this way: 

All the virtues of Doug Moo’s work in the first edition of his Romans commentary are retained in the updated second edition. The commentary displays careful and rigorous exegesis, reflecting the mature judgment of a seasoned scholar who has considered the meaning of Romans for many years. At the same time, the theology of Paul’s greatest letter is explained clearly and brilliantly. . . . Moo’s first edition of Romans is the best commentary on Romans available, and the only volume that surpasses it is his second.

Considered one of the best commentary series of all time, NIC’s volumes serve as insightful guides to the biblical text, helping readers bridge the cultural gap between today’s world and the Bible’s.

Each commentary opens with an introduction to the biblical book, looking especially at its background, authorship, date, purpose, structure, and theology. Verse-by-verse comments nicely balance in-depth discussion of technical matters—such as textual criticism and critical problems. Finally, exposition of the biblical writer’s theology and its implications for the life of faith today ensures readers walk away not just with information but with practical application.

Authors include well-respected scholars like 

  • Gordon Fee
  • Tremper Longman
  • Gordon Wenham
  • Robert Mounce
  • R. T. France

Maybe you’re asking, “Who’s this commentary best for?” Well, here’s an answer straight from the introduction:

The New International Commentary on the New Testament is written above all for pastors, teachers, and students. That is, our work is located in that place between the more critical commentaries, with their lines of untranslated Greek and Aramaic and Latin, and the homiletical commentaries that seek to work out how a text might speak to congregations. Our hope is that those preparing to teach and preach God’s word will find in these pages the guide they need, and that those learning the work of exegesis will find here an exemplar worth emulating.

Whether you’re looking to fill a few gaps in your Logos library or you want multiple volumes (without purchasing all 53), save big during February’s NIC sale.

NIC sale blog post


  1. 2 Samuel was NOT listed as $19.99 !!!!! Why not? I’m paying up since it is the only one I don’t have, but this does not seem quite right.

    • Karen Engle says

      Hi! Thanks for your comment. I would advise giving customer service a call to see if they can help!

      Thanks, Karen