Zondervan eBook Gospel Commentaries Sale

Zondervan eBook Gospel Commentaries Sale August 8, 2016

For those who want to add some Evangelical New Testament commentaries to their ebook collection, Zondervan currently has a sale which begins today and runs until the end of the week: 80% off the usual price of select commentaries. Take a look and see if any of them interest you. Below are some of the ones that I think are most interesting. The sale price applies on Amazon.com, and if you buy them by clicking on the covers below, not only do you get a deal, but I too will benefit at no additional cost to you!

Michael Bird mentioned this sale too, and Abram K-J is going one better and giving away a print copy of one of the books in question (click through for more details about that).

If you want still more information, here’s the longer blurb that Zondervan provided me with:

For a short time, save up to 80% when you buy eBook editions of Zondervan Academic gospel commentaries!

This new commentary sale features 17 eBooks on Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. These eBooks will help you improve your research, enhance your teaching and preaching, and strengthen your personal devotions.

This is the biggest sale on gospels eBooks Zondervan Academic has ever hosted; you’ll find volumes from several series. Here’s a quick summary of the different series:

  1. NIV Application Commentary – Understand the Bible’s ancient message and see how it speaks powerfully today.
  2. Zondervan Illustrated Bible Backgrounds Commentary (ZIBBC) – Full of photos and graphics, this will help you better understand the historical and cultural background of the gospel.
  3. Zondervan Exegetical Commentary on the New Testament (ZECNT) – Designed especially for the pastor and Bible teacher (or students with some knowledge of biblical Greek), but this series is a powerful tool for anyone seeking to understand the biblical text.
  4. Story of God Bible commentary (SGBC) – Offers clear and compelling exposition in the context of the Bible’s overarching story. Organized in three sections (Listen to the Story, Explain the Story, and Live the Story), this is a new kind of commentary for today’s world.
  5. Expositor’s Bible Commentary, Second Edition (EBC) – A comprehensive and succinct commentary that guides you to the text’s core meaning. A vital resource for preachers, teachers, and students.
  6. Studies on the Go – These volumes are for the busy youth worker who lacks the time to craft their own Bible study.

Don’t miss this sale! It ends on Thursday, August 11, 2016, at 11:59pm ET.

 

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