Over the past few years, we’ve made more than a thousand commentaries available through Community Pricing at big discounts. On top of that, for many years we’ve had several classic sets available.
Now, we’ve combined all these commentaries into one 1,537-volume bundle. It’s the biggest collection of commentaries we’ve ever offered!
You’ll get every commentary in the public domain available in our format—from the early church and the medieval period all the way up to the flourishing of biblical scholarship in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
Here’s a snapshot:
- Commentaries by the giants of church history, like John Calvin, Martin Luther, Gregory the Great, John Wesley, John Owen, A. W. Pink, J. C. Ryle, Charles Spurgeon, G. Campbell Morgan, and many others
- Every commentary from important classic sets, like Meyer’s commentary, the Pulpit Commentary, the Cambridge Bible, Barnes’ Notes, Lange’s Commentary, Charles Simeon’s Horae Homiletica, Wesley’s commentary, and more
- Dozens of individual commentaries on every book of the Bible
If you missed out on some of the collections that went through Community Pricing, this is your chance to round out your library with the remaining classic commentaries at near–Community Pricing discounts. And if you’re just starting to build your library with classic commentaries, this is your best place to start.
For a limited time, you’ll get an introductory price of $143.89 per month with an interest-free 18-month payment plan. This price will be going up in a few weeks, so don’t wait—get the collection now.
Get an extra discount if you already own commentaries in this collection!
If you own some of these commentaries, you qualify for an even bigger discount on the set. There are more than a thousand resources in this collection—if you own even one of them, you get a discount. The more you own, the bigger your discount. Sign in and head over to the product page to see your price.
Why do I need so many commentaries?
You might be imagining having 1,500 books on your shelves, and asking yourself, “Why would I need so many?”
That’s a fair question to ask of print books, which are cumbersome to reference in great numbers. Plus, you’d never have the time to read them cover to cover.
But it’s a different question when we’re talking about digital books, and especially about books in Logos Bible Software.
The value of a book by itself (physical or digital) is only in the information it carries. When you link two books together—for example, a link between a citation and the book it cites, or the ability to scroll the Greek text and your English New Testament side by side—you increase the value of each book.
When you start adding more complex links between more than a thousand commentaries, and then integrate your library with data, smart tools, and a clean, fast interface to access everything, you can see that the commentaries in your library become exponentially more valuable as you increase the total size of your library. (This is called the “Network Effect.”)
With Logos, all the books in your library are interconnected. More commentaries mean more links between your commentaries, more relevant results when you run a Passage Guide, and a deeper, richer understanding of the text you’re studying. Whether you’re doing research in an academic setting or preparing to preach next Sunday’s sermon, adding 1,500 commentaries to your library will get you more and better results as you study.