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Black's New Testament Commentary | BNTC (14 vols.)

Black’s New Testament Commentary presents a reliable and enlightening exposition of the New Testament for modern readers. Each commentary offers a paragraph-by-paragraph exposition based on the author’s own fresh translation of the biblical text.

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Library of Hebrew Bible / Old Testament Studies (LHBOTS) (382 vols.)

For over 40 years, the Library of Hebrew Bible / Old Testament Studies (formerly known as the Journal for the Study of Old Testament Series) has provided the foremost studies in Old Testament subjects. With unprecedented and highly-focused research, this unrivalled series expounds the Old Testament according to historical and theological perspectives, social-scientific and literary criticism, reception and cultural theories, and comparative mythological/religious studies. Authors like David J.A. Clines, David M. Gunn, Philip R. Davies, Lester L. Grabbe, and Eugene E. Carpenter show why the LHBOTS/JSOTS series has been one of the most respected sources for Old Testament scholarship. Stay on the cutting-edge of studies in Old Testament research—add this essential library to your Logos library today!

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Gospel Origins Collection (5 vols.)

This collection highlights a number of fascinating issues concerning the books of Matthew, Mark and Luke. The five volumes investigate the poetic nature of the Beatitudes in Matthew, a political reading of Matthew, the earliest records of the Jesus’ teachings, the “Synoptic Problem,” and more.

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Studies on Psalms (18 vols.)

Studies on Psalms contains 18 volumes of scholarship on the Psalms from today’s top Old Testament scholars. Some contributors, such as Norman Whybray, treat the Psalms—or groups of Psalms, such as the Psalms of lament—collectively, and examine the book of Psalms as a whole. Others, such as Donald K. Berry in his study of Psalm 18, examine individual Psalms in great detail. Together, this collection represents an important source of scholarly—yet accessible—study of the Psalms. Studies on Psalms will enrich your understanding of the Psalms, whether you preach regularly on the Psalms, use the Psalms in corporate worship, or simply want to study in greater depth some of the most honest expressions of praise, petition, and lament.

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Studies in New Testament Greek and JSNTS Collection (17 vols.)

This collection is designed to aide the scholar and student alike to gain a deeper understanding of the New Testament. Two important methods are introduced—rhetorical criticism and discourse analysis—that are currently being utilized to investigate the use of words and phrases within the historical context in which they were written or spoken. The authors apply this methodology to the study of specific New Testament books and passages; for example, one author looks at James and the social world of early Christianity, while another examines four exegetical devices used for understanding a passage in 1 Timothy.

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Library of NT Studies: JSNTS on Paul (17 vols.)

This collection assembles some of the most penetrating investigations into the character and content of Paul’s epistles available. Surveying a variety of aspects of Pauline Christianity, it canvasses topics as diverse as Paul’s political motivations, community-identity construction, the prevalence of non-Pauline interpolations in the Epistles, scalometry’s relevance to Paul’s writings, and many other fascinating issues.

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Old Testament Hermeneutics Collection (18 vols.)

This collection is an in-depth presentation from prominent Biblical scholars on Old Testament hermeneutics. Featuring a broad range of topics, each author focuses on interpretation and literary criticism. There are eighteen academic volumes with over thirty leading contributors. Some of the exegetical topics covered include social and historical contexts, the use of color in Biblical literature, ideologies of readers and writers, hermeneutical ethics, different kinds of literary criticism, and the use of rhetoric in readings of the Old Testament.cription

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