We recently expanded several key collections, including the Pillar New Testament Commentary series, the J.I. Packer Collection, and the New International Commentary (NIC). If you already own some of the included volumes, you’ll get a discount on these updated collections. If you’ve yet to benefit from any of these top-notch resources, pick them up in a collection today to get a better deal than if purchased individually.
This top-rated commentary series now contains the 2014-released volume on the Psalms. The Book of Psalms is the most complete and detailed one-volume commentary available on the Psalter, reflecting the combined insights of three biblical scholars: Nancy deClaissé-Walford, Rolf Jacobson, and Beth Tanner.
“How excellent that these three scholars have written this commentary! How admirable that they have managed to cover so much ground and deal with so many detailed points concerning text and language, all within the confines of one volume!”
—John Goldingay, David Allan Hubbard Professor of Old Testament, Fuller Theological Seminary
This popular collection has been updated with two immensely practical works from J.I. Packer. In the revised version of Rediscovering Holiness: Know the Fullness of Life with God, Packer lays out the pathway of holiness, pointing to true freedom and joy. With the meaty devotional Knowing God’s Purpose for Your Life: 365 Daily Inspirations for Living a Life of Purpose, you’ll get choice excerpts from Packer’s work combined with Scripture passages, all in a powerful and practical format. Each month covers a new topic and points you back to the fountain of all true joy and lasting delight: God himself.
This popular commentary series, which already includes contributions from D.A. Carson, Douglas Moo, Leon Morris, and others, now includes Mark A. Seifrid’s recently-released volume on 2 Corinthians. In this work, Seifrid offers a unified reading of 2 Corinthians, arguing that Paul’s message is directed at the “practical atheism” of the Corinthian church. He contends that this atheism is the hidden heresy that assumes God’s saving work in the world may be measured by outward standards of success and achievement.
“Refusing to dice up 2 Corinthians into disparate fragments, this volume presents a coherent if afflicted and sometimes distraught apostle committed to the fulfillment of the mission he has received from the risen Christ. At once a superb work of erudition and devotion.”
—Timothy George, dean and professor of divinity history and doctrine, Beeson Divinity School, Samford University
With 19 newly-added volumes, this collection of Galatians commentaries gives you a wealth of resources for the study of this important New Testament book at less than $7 a title. With new additions from Martin Luther, John Calvin, J.B. Lightfoot, and others, this set will give you a myriad of perspectives into the issues raised in Paul’s letter to the Galatians. You’ll learn to see the letter as a text for preaching, a text for doctrine and theology, a text for application and private devotion, and more.