If you’ve followed my writing here at Brave Daily for any period of time, you’ll know that I’m a big fan and frequent user of Logos Bible Software (shocker, I know). The free version should get you started with things, and then there are so many directions that you can go in expanding the use of your digital book library. From prepping for casual conversion to preparing a sermon or dissertation, Logos is in a league of its own.
Now no matter where on that pendulum you fall, you should consider having commentaries on your “shelf” (even if it’s a digital shelf) that you can refer to and depend on. For years now, a number of volumes from The New International Commentary on the Old Testament (NICOT) and The New International Commentary on the New Testament (NICNT) have been that dependable voice and study resource for many. BestCommentaries.com places many volumes from NICOT and NICNT at the front of the pack when comparing commentary collections. That’s why I’m excited about a sale as big as what’s happening over at Logos right now.
You will find NICOT/NICNT volumes in virtually every Bible school and
seminaryacross the country, worn and tattered because they’re the books students reach for most. And long after seminary, they’ll remain your go-to commentary for exegesis—if they’re in your library, that is.
With contributions from over 46 contributors, including Gordon Fee, David deSilva, Scot McKnight, F. F. Bruce, and Bruce Waltke, the series boasts gifted scholars writing on their areas of expertise—all with a conviction that the words of Scripture are the words of God.Like a Fine Wine: NICOT/NICNT and Its Remarkable Legacy
This massive collection combines The New International Commentary on the Old Testament and The New International Commentary on the New Testament to provide an exposition of Scripture that is thorough and abreast of modern scholarship, yet at the same time loyal to Scripture as the infallible Word of God. This conviction, shared by all contributors to The New International Commentary on the Old Testament and The New International Commentary on the New Testament, defines the goal of this ambitious series of commentaries.
I highly encourage you to pick up a volume or two (or three, or four, or… the whole collection) while they’re still on sale. These can be added to a brand new Logos user account — starting with Logos Basic for free — if you’re wanted to get started with building your library today. Or you can pick the items from the whole series. Either way, you won’t find these prices anywhere else, especially if you’re looking for a convenient way to carry a version that is always up to date.