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What’s Next for the Evangelical Exegetical Commentary?

The Evangelical Exegetical Commentary (EEC) is a digital-first commentary series written from an evangelical perspective that incorporates the latest in biblical scholarship. In addition to in-depth exegesis, each volume includes application and devotional suggestions, which will appeal to both students and pastors.

Since it was announced in 2010, seven EEC volumes have been released. If you’d like to test-drive those volumes and make sure they’re what you’re looking for, you can rent them for either a month or a year. You can also purchase them individually, but the best savings will always be on the whole set.

Recent volumes

The two most recent volumes in the EEC are Ecclesiastes and Song of Songs, by A. Boyd Luter, and Esther, by Anthony Tomasino. One Song of Songs reviewer wrote, “Do I recommend the commentary? Yes. Will I use it if I ever teach the book? Absolutely, it will be a first point of reference.”

Upcoming volumes

Since we’re still working on the EEC series, we often get asked, “When is the next volume coming out?” While we can’t give specific dates, here are three EEC volumes that are in the works:

To get these volumes (and others) as they’re released, order the whole set now!

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Elliot Ritzema

Elliot Ritzema is an editor at Lexham Press and a master of sacred theology student at Nashotah House Theological Seminary. He is the editor of Lexham's Spurgeon Commentary series. He has a master's of divinity degree from Regent College in Vancouver, BC, and an undergraduate degree in journalism from the University of Richmond. See Elliot's 11 favorite books featured in our On the Shelf series.

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