eBook Sale: Zondervan Illustrated Bible Backgrounds Commentary, Old Testament – $4.99 Each
The Zondervan Illustrated Bible Backgrounds Commentary, Old Testament series has just been released into eBook format.
For this week only, we are offering each eBook volume for just $4.99.
That means you save up to 66%.
This series invites you to enter the Old Testament with a company of guides and experts that will give new insights into these cherished writings.
- Over 2000 photographs, drawings, maps, diagrams and charts provide a visual feast that breathes fresh life into the text.
- Passage-by-passage commentary presents archaeological findings, historical explanations, geographic insights, notes on manners and customs, and more.
- Analysis into the literature of the ancient Near East will open your eyes to new depths of understanding both familiar and unfamiliar passages.
- Written by an international team of 30 specialists, all top scholars in background studies.
What others have said of this series:
“This is an impressive and rich resource for scholars, students, seminarians, and interested lay readers. The volumes, with their insightful and perceptive commentaries, updated footnotes, wonderful illustrations, and sidebars—all judiciously researched—contain a veritable thesaurus of enlightening information relating to the Hebrew Bible within the cultural, ideological, and religious world of the ancient Near East. Notwithstanding their traditional approach to Scripture, I heartily recommend this series with enthusiasm.” –Shalom Paul
“Biblical commentaries have traditionally explicated the text verse-by-verse. By contrast, evidence from the wider archaeological, institutional and literary context has typically been organized thematically. John H. Walton and his collaborators have combined these two methods, presenting the context verse-by-verse. They have done so in a responsible manner, which will satisfy both maximalists and minimalists as well as the majority of Bible readers who find themselves between these two extremes.” –William W. Hallo