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The Evangelical Exegetical Commentary series is studded with gems. D. A. Carson calls the volume on Ephesians, for instance, “unquestionably the best technical commentary.” 

Take a look:

If you’ve been following the series for a while, don’t miss this look into the next chapter for EEC

And whether the EEC is familiar to you or brand-new, here’s a key update: Andreas Köstenberger—leading New Testament scholar, prolific author, and editor of the premier evangelical theological journal—has stepped into the role of New Testament editor. From his nearly 50 books, it’s clear Köstenberger is committed to bringing biblically-centered resources to the Church. Readers will see that commitment reflected in upcoming volumes.  

In the series’ newest addition on the book of Daniel, Paul Tanner provides exegetical insight to help readers better understand not only how God worked in Israel’s history through Daniel but how he sovereignly directs all of world history.

Top contributors include Eugene Carpenter, Harry A. Hoffner Jr., JoAnna M. Hoyt, and S. M. Baugh.

Right now, the entire 44-volume collection can be yours for 20% off—less than $20 per volume. As each new volume releases, you’ll see it automatically added to your Logos library.

What if you only want the volumes already published? That set is 20% off, too. 

Find out more about this trusted exegetical commentary series today, and snap up your savings before they’re gone.

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