To mark the release of the newest addition to the Evangelical Exegetical Commentary (44 vols.), we’re giving away a copy of the entire EEC! This giveaway ends June 30, so enter soon—and often!
Indeed do. It’s a fantastic series (so far at least and there’s no reason to think the quality will decline).
The Evangelical Exegetical Commentary (44 vols.) is the first major academic Bible commentary series published in many years. Like the Word Biblical Commentary, the EEC offers the best in evangelical scholarship. Logos has carefully selected authors who are specialists in their field of study, ensuring that each commentary offers critical and exegetical interaction with the Bible in its original languages and context.
The EEC is written from a distinctively evangelical perspective and each volume provides serious exegesis, interacting with primary sources as well as the most up-to-date secondary sources. Such interaction requires that contributors engage with the very best scholarship available. Our commitment to evangelical scholarship is spelled out clearly in the sections on “Biblical Theology” and “Application and Devotional Implications” at the end of each pericope.
I’ve reviewed several of the volumes and found them really quite useful.
- Evangelicals, Don’t Be Ashamed… A New Commentary Series Called the Evangelical Exegetical Commentary (zwingliusredivivus.wordpress.com)
- The Evangelical Exegetical Commentary: Philemon (zwingliusredivivus.wordpress.com)
- Evangelical Exegetical Commentary: 1-3 John (zwingliusredivivus.wordpress.com)