Logos partners with Kregel Academic this month for their Free Book of the Month as well as several other Old Testament resources at deep discounts. For the month of October, you can download Peter T. Vogt, Interpreting the Pentateuch: An Exegetical Handbook (Handbooks for Old Testament Exegesis). I have reviewed several of the volumes in this series and they have all been excellent introductions to both critical issues as well as guides for exegesis and preaching.
In addition to this free book, Logos has great discounts on the following Kregel Academic books:
- Robert B. Chisholm, Interpreting the Historical Books: An Exegetical Handbook (Handbooks for Old Testament Exegesis) – $1.99
- Eugene Merrill, A Commentary on 1 & 2 Chronicles (Kregel Exegetical Library) – $3.99 (Link to my review)
- Duane Garrett, A Commentary on Exodus (Kregel Exegetical Library) – $5.99 (Link to my review)
- Jason S. DeRouchie, What the Old Testament Authors Really Cared About: A Survey of Jesus’ Bible – $7.99 (Link to my review)
These books utilize all the features of Logos Bible Software, including fully searchable text, links to other resources in your library, and robust note taking tools.
See my reviews of previous volumes in the Handbooks for Old Testament Exegesis series:
- Gary Smith, Interpreting the Prophets
- Richard A. Taylor, Interpreting Apocalyptic Literature
- Edward M. Curtis, Interpreting the Wisdom Books
- Herbert Bateman, Interpreting the General Letters
- John D. Harvey, Interpreting the Pauline Letters
- Marvin Pate, Interpreting Revelation and Other Apocalyptic Literature
- Thomas Guarino, Foundations of Systematic Theology, Free!
- The Theology of St. Cyril of Alexandria, $4.99
- David Torevell, Losing the Sacred: Ritual, Modernity and Liturgical Reform, $7.99
- Alcuin Reid, T&T Clark Companion to Liturgy, 9.99
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.