Logos Free Book of the Month for September 2020 – The Expositor’s Bible Commentary

Logos is offering a great Free Book of the Month as well as some real gems at deep discounts. For the month of September, you can download the The Expositor’s Bible Commentary, Volume 8: Matthew, Mark, Luke for free. D. A. Carson wrote the Matthew commentary, Walter W. Wessel wrote Mark, and Walter L. Liefeld wrote Luke.

This free volume (and the Isaiah Jeremiah volume for $1.99) was published in 1984. The Expositor’s Bible Commentary has been extremely popular over the years, reflecting some of the best evangelical scholarship at the time, yet targeting pastors, teachers and lay-people. The body of the commentary deals with the main features of the text and interacts with the biblical languages in more detailed notes. When I am asked by recent college graduates what commentary series the should buy, this is the series I recommend.

As always Logos has a few more volumes in the series at extremely reasonable prices:

  • The Expositor’s Bible Commentary, Volume 6: Isaiah (Geoffrey W. Grogan), Jeremiah (Charles L. Feinberg), Lamentations (H. L. Ellison), Ezekiel (Ralph H. Alexander), $1.99
  • The Expositor’s Bible Commentary, Volume 11: Romans–Galatians (Revised Edition), Everett F. Harrison, Donald A. Hagner, Robert K. Rapa, $2.99
  • The Expositor’s Bible Commentary, Volume 3: 1 Samuel–2 Kings (Revised Edition), Ronald F. Youngblood, Richard D. Patterson, Hermann Austel, $3.99
  • The Expositor’s Bible Commentary, Volume 5: Psalms, (Revised Edition), by Willem A. VanGemeren, $9.99
  • The Expositor’s Bible Commentary, Volume 12: Ephesians–Philemon (Revised Edition), William W. Klein, Todd Still, Robert L. Thomas, $16.99 (50% off)
  • The Expositor’s Bible Commentary, Volume 13: Hebrews-Revelation (Revised Edition), R. T. France, George Guthrie, J. Daryl Charles, Tom Thatcher, Alan F. Johnson $18.99 (50% off)

Not sold yet? Here is a short video on the Revised Expositor’s Bible Commentary:

 

Usually about mid-month Logos adds another set of free and discounted books, so starting September 9, you can get Eusebius, Ecclesiastical History, Books 1–5 (The Fathers of the Church; Catholic University of America, 1953). This translation is more up-to-date than Krisopp Lake’s 1923 translation in the Loeb Library, although unlike the Loeb edition this book only contains the English translation of the first five books of Ecclesiastical History. There are a few additional books with great discounts, so visit the page for all the deals.

If you do not already own Logos, you can get the basic edition for free and read these books, or get Logos Fundamentals for 50% off for a limited time. This is a collection of 53 resources for $49.95. Follow that link and you can select one additional resource for free and choose a few more for $1.99 each. Try using the code PARTNEROFFER8 at checkout.

Logos Commentary Sale

Logos is also running a sale on their best rated commentaries. Save up to 50% on excellent resources such as Doug Moo’s Romans volume in the The New International Commentary on the New Testament or Greg Beale’s Revelation commentary in the New International Greek Text Commentary series. Pick up individual volumes of the Word Biblical Commentary (Longenecker’s Galatians, for example) and the Anchor Bible commentary (Propp’s two volumes on Exodus, for example), and the NIV Application Commentary. there are plenty of other series represented at every level, from high-end academic to pastoral expositional commentaries.

These Logos resources are available only until the end of September 2020. Be sure to get these books while you can!

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