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Logos March Madness is in the final round. Save 55% on resources eliminated in round 5—or more, with dynamic pricing—then go vote for your champions. It’s a battle between Old and New Testament exegesis in the courses final, and between exegesis and exposition in the commentaries final.
Check out the eliminated resources below—all 55% off.
Round 5 commentaries—55% off
Most Bible commentaries take us on a one-way trip from our world to the world of the Bible. But they leave us there, focusing on the original meaning of the passage without discussing its contemporary application. The NIV Application Commentary series helps bring both halves of the interpretive task together, ideal for teachers, preachers, and serious students of God’s Word. Get the whole set for less than $450 (just over $10/volume).
Zondervan Exegetical Commentary on the New Testament (10 vols.)This is the only commentary series with a theology-in-application section and identification of the main idea for each section. Each volume provides an exegetical outline with verse-by-verse commentary, designed to offer a thorough examination of a text and its themes. The aim of the series is not to review and critique every possible interpretation of a passage, but rather to exegete it succinctly in its grammatical and historical context. Get the set for less than $130.
Round 5 courses—55% off
Examine the Synoptic Gospels—Matthew, Mark, and Luke—with Dr. Craig Evans. Studying the Synoptics side-by-side is a great way to see how each Gospel differs and why they differ, which will pay dividends for your studies and apologetics for years to come. Get three courses for under $500.
Dive into one of the most beautifully constructed letters in all of the NT. With more Old Testament references and allusions than any other NT epistle, Hebrews is wonderful for exploring how Christ bridges both covenants. Its deep themes and powerful exhortations make it a stirring, faith-building letter to study. Get it for under $200.
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