Once again the good folk at Logos are offering an excellent Free Book of the Month. For the month of December you can have a copy of Stephen Fowl’s excellent Ephesians Commentary in the NTL Library from Westminster John Knox Press. Fowl wrote the Philippians volume in Eerdmans Two Horizons series as well as a number of articles and monographs in the field of theological readings of the New Testament. For example, his 2009 contribution to the Cascade Companion series, Theological Interpretation of Scripture.
The commentary was enthusiastically commended by Michael J. Gorman and Nijay Gupta reviewed the Ephesians volume soon after it was released, saying ” this is a solid reading of Ephesians overall from a master-exegete. I only wish it were more detailed and thorough! One will see many similarities and much agreement with Best and Lincoln.”
In addition to the Free Book of the Month, Logos is offering Luke Timothy Johnson’s Hebrews Commentary in the NTL series for only $1.99. Anything Johnson writes is worth reading, so this commentary on Hebrews for a mere $2 is a worthy addition to your Logos Library.
As always, you can enter to win the rest of the NTL commentaries in the Logos library. Both of these books are excellent additions to your Logos library, so make sure to add them to your library before the end of the month.
In addition to the Logos Free book, two other free books are on offer. Noet is the division of Faithlife focusing on classics; this month they are offering James Joyce’s Dubliners for free and Ulysses for 99 cents. Now you can finally follow Leopold Bloom around all day with the Logos Bible app.
Verbum is offering Joseph Ratzinger/Pope Benedict XVI’s The Blessing of Christmas for free and his Seek That Which Is Above: Meditations Through the Year for 99 cents. Verbum is part of the Faithlife family of companies, focusing on Catholic resources. Both Noet and Verbum use your same Faithlife account, so these books are available to anyone with a Faithlife / Logos username and password.