Logos Bible Software is offering an excellent monograph as their Free Book of the Month in February 2022. Gregory K. Beale, John’s Use of the Old Testament in Revelation (JSNTSupp 166; Sheffield Academic Press, 1998). This book is the foundation for his New International Greek Text Commentary on Revelation (Eerdmans, 1999), now also published as Revelation: A Shorter Commentary (Eerdmans, 2015).
In addition to this excellent free book, Logos has deep discounts on other resources on John’s Gospel, Epistles and Revelation
- Gerhard Krodel, Revelation (Augsburg Commentary on the New Testament), $0.99
- Craig Evans and Stanley Porter, eds. The Johannine Writings (Essays from Journal for the Study of the New Testament) $1.99
- Ruth B. Edwards, The Johannine Epistles (Sheffield New Testament Guides), $2.99
- Craig Koester, Symbolism in the Fourth Gospel: Meaning, Mystery, Community, $3.99
- Bruce J. Malina and Richard L. Rohrbaugh, Social-Science Commentary on the Gospel of John, $4.99
- Andrew Lincoln, The Gospel According to Saint John (BNTC), $5.99
- Francis J. Moloney’s Studies in John (3 vols.), $6.99
- Georg Strecker, A Commentary on 1, 2, and 3 John (Hermeneia, 1996), $7.99
- C. H. Lenski, The Interpretation of St. John’s Gospel, $8.99
- Alan England Brooke, A Critical and Exegetical Commentary on the Johannine Epistles (ICC, 1912), $9.99
- Peter J. Leithart, Revelation, 2 vols. (International Theological Commentary, 2018), $19.99
- Pre-order Westminster John Knox Bible & Theology Collection (6 vols.), $82.99
This is a nice selection of high quality academic resources on John, his letters and Revelation, and a few classics in the mix. Head to the Free Book site and grab as many as you want.
Logos has 50% off sale February on expansion packs such as the Biblical Theology Feature Expansion Collection (191 Resources) or the Systematic Theology Feature Expansion Collection (236 Resources). There a many more to choose from including Ultimate Master Expansion Collection (3,391 Resources). There are a few Library expansions (just the books), such as the Ancient Texts and Translations, Apologetics, Greek or Hebrew Studies, etc. The nice thing is these are dynamically priced so you only pay for resources you do not already own. Check it out, you ight be able to upgrade your library for less money that you expected. Or a heck of alot more money that you thought.
Eerdmans is the publisher’s spotlight in February. There are several big sets offered at 40% off, and a few smaller deals worth checking out.
If you do not already have Logos Bible Software, you should get Logos Fundamental ($49.99) or Basic (free) packages and take advantage of the free Logos Book of the Month promotion (check out my review of Logos 9). All it takes is a Faithlife account, and you can read your books using the iOS or Android app, the Logos web app, or the (much more powerful) desktop version for both Windows or Mac.