|A few years ago, a core group of Bible scholars began to dream of what a new Bible commentary could look like . . .
What if a new commentary series could be published—a kind of commentary pastors could use for sermon preparation, and a standard reference work seminary students could consult for exegetical research? What if this commentary was designed and written primarily for a digital environment—and especially for use in Logos Bible Software?
The Evangelical Exegetical Commentary began out of those conversations.
Now, that dream is about to become a reality. In just a few days, the first volume in this brand new commentary series will be released.
- Genesis, William Barrick
- Exodus, Eugene Carpenter
- Leviticus, Richard Averbeck
- Numbers, R. Dennis Cole
- Deuteronomy, Eugene Merrill
- Joshua, Ralph Hawkins
- Judges, Fred Mabie
- Ruth, Ronald Youngblood
- 1 & 2 Samuel, Harry Hoffner
- 1 & 2 Kings, John Oswalt
- 1 & 2 Chronicles, Eugene Mayhew
- Ezra & Nehemiah, Israel Loken
- Esther, Anthony Tomasino
- Job, Duane Garrett
- Psalms, Ronald B. Allen
- Proverbs, author TBA
- Ecclesiastes & Song of Solomon, author TBA
- Isaiah, Todd S. Beall
- Jeremiah & Lamentations, Walter C. Kaiser, Jr.
- Ezekiel, Mark Rooker
- Daniel, Randall Price
- Hosea, Joel, & Obadiah, Gary Yates
- Amos, Jonah, & Micah, Michael Grisanti
- Nahum, Habakkuk, Zephaniah, Haggai, Zechariah, Malachi, Dorian Coover-Cox
- Matthew, David Lowery
- Mark, author TBA
- Luke, Stanley E. Porter
- John, W. Hall Harris
- Acts, Douglas Huffman
- Romans, Edwin Blum
- 1 Corinthians, H. Wayne House
- 2 Corinthians, Andrew W. Pitts
- Galatians, Michael Burer
- Ephesians, Steve Baugh
- Philippians, Mark Keown
- Colossians & Philemon, H. Wayne House and Seth Ehorn
- 1 & 2 Thessalonians, Robert Thomas
- 1 & 2 Timothy, Titus, Steve Stanley
- Hebrews, Buist Fanning
- James, William Varner
- 1 & 2 Peter, Jude, Edward Glenny and Herbert Bateman
- 1, 2, & 3 John, Gary Derickson
- Revelation, Michael Stallard
Benefits of the Logos Bible Software Edition
The publication of the Evangelical Exegetical Commentary by Logos marks the first time a major Bible commentary series has been published in digital form before its print counterpart—and the first time it has been published with a digital format in mind.