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Software and Hardcover Sets of the Revised Expositor's Bible Commentary Coming Fall 2012

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0310491967_imageAn award-winning legacy continues; completely revised and featuring world-class evangelical scholarship, the Expositor’s Bible Commentary will soon be available in both print and digital formats.

Releasing simulatenously with the final print volume later this fall, the complete set in digital form with be available from several software providers, including AccordanceLaridian, Logos, and Olive Tree. Be sure to check their sites for discounted pricing prior to release.

For years, pastors, teachers, and students have turned to EBC for content they can trust. With 2 million copies sold, the award-winning legacy continues in 2012 with a complete, totally revised, and updated 13-volume set. Scholarly and accessible, EBC-R reflects the best work from world-class scholars including D. A. Carson, George Guthrie, John Walton, and Andreas Köstenberger.

Brand new commentaries in the revised series include the following (other volumes have been revised and updated throughout): 

Richard S. Hess on Leviticus  |  Michael A. Grisanti on Deuteronomy  |  Mark J. Boda on Judges  |  George Schwab on Ruth and Song of Songs  |  Paul W. Ferris on Lamentations  |  Andrew E. Hill on Daniel  |  M. Daniel Carroll R. on Hosea  |  John Walton on Jonah  |  Eugene H. Merrill on Haggai and Malachi  |  Robert H. Mounce on John  |  Verlyn D. Verbrugge on 1 Corinthians  |  William W. Klein on Ephesians  |  David Garland on Philippians  |  Andreas Köstenberger on 1&2 Timothy and Titus  |  R. T. France on Hebrews  |  George Guthrie on James  |  and more!

 

Praise for the Expositor’s Bible Commentary—Revised

“These writers are all-stars! The Expositor’s Bible Commentary—Revised is a valuable resource for all who teach the Scriptures.”

—John Ortberg, Senior Pastor, Menlo Park Presbyterian Church

 “These commentaries offer an abundance of excellent scholarship from many of the most prominent and careful evangelical biblical scholars today, both older and younger.”

—Craig S. Keener, Professor of New Testament, Asbury Theological Seminary 

“The Expositor's Bible Commentary has been a core resource for decades with good reason: it is concise, clear, and focused on giving the key points of a book's message. Now with this Revised edition, one can continue to use this fine resource and know the discussion is up to date, utilizing all the strengths of the original.”

—Darrell L. Bock, Research Professor of New Testament Studies, Dallas Theological Seminary

“Every student, teacher, and pastor needs a foundational set of commentaries that covers the Bible from Genesis to Revelation. The Expositor’s Bible Commentary (13 volumes) is that set. Written from an evangelical point of view and newly revised by leading evangelical scholars, the Expositor’s Bible Commentary series provides students, teachers, and pastors with a comprehensive tool for studying and explaining the Scriptures. I have used the Expositor's Bible Commentary over the years and look forward to using this newly revised edition for many years to come.”

—Mark Futato, Robert L. Maclellan Professor of Old Testament and Academic Dean, Reformed Theological Seminary—Orlando

“The revised edition of the Expositor's Bible Commentary offers students of the Scriptures quick and reliable access to the entire Bible in thirteen reader-friendly volumes. Written by the foremost evangelical scholars of our time, the commentaries on individual books seek to answer the questions that serious readers ask when they read the Bible. If there is one set of commentaries that all pastors and teachers should have, this is it.”

—Daniel I. Block, Gunther H. Knoedler Professor of Old Testament, Wheaton College

“The Expositor's Bible Commentary is a superb tool to help the Christian who wants to better understand God's Word. As a preacher, I turn to it again and again. From the Psalms to the Gospel of Matthew, some of the best commentaries are to be found in this series. I'm thankful for these scholars and for their work.”

—Mark Dever, Senior Pastor, Capitol Hill Baptist Church, Washington, DC; President, 9Marks

“As a seminary student two of my professors were writing (and wrote) two of the volumes in The Expositor's Bible Commentary, and I have used this commentary my entire career. I am delighted at the updates and revisions and know that this series continues to set the standard for solid, evangelical, expository explanations of God's Word—every pastor needs this series on the shelf.”

—Scot McKnight, Professor of New Testament, Northern Seminary

“The Expositor’s Bible Commentary—Revised is one of my favorite ‘go-to’ Bible study and sermon prep resources. It’s ‘accessible scholarship.’ When I know a passage well it always takes me deeper. When I don’t know a text so well, I can count on it to give me a clear overview and a great foundation. That’s why it’s always one of the key resources I recommend every Bible teacher and church planter add to his library. With its combination of proven and updated scholarship it will serve you and those you teach well.”

—Larry Osborne, Pastor & Author, North Coast Church, Vista, CA

 

 

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