- It's only for Kindle, not Logos at the moment
- my recommendation: John (2vols) (Borchert), 1, 2Peter and Jude (Schreiner), 1, 2Kings (House), 1, 2 Chron (Thompson), Isa 1-39 (Smith), in general, the OT is not bad.
New American Commentary Series on sale for US$2.99 each
[Logos, Accordance, Olive Tree, and WORDsearch] Word Biblical Commentary individual volumes US$10@
- If you don't have any of them at all, you may want to consider: Wenham on Genesis, Butler on Joshua, Psalms, Martin on 2 Cor., Mounce on Pastoral, Aune on Rev.
The Holy Spirit (The Gospel Coalition Booklets) Kindle Edition
The Holy Spirit is perhaps the least understood, and least acknowledged, member of the Trinity, but his work in the gospel is indispensable. In this new booklet from the Gospel Coalition, Kevin DeYoung looks to Scripture to outline fundamental doctrine about the personhood and work of the Holy Spirit.
DeYoung describes the Holy Spirit as our ultimate gift. Jesus promised his followers that a “helper” would be given to them. It is through this helper that we actively experience the power and presence of God. In this booklet DeYoung notes the activity of the Holy Spirit in our lives, including his role in conviction, conversion, glorification, and the imparting of spiritual gifts.
The Holy Spirit offers a thoughtful explanation for point 9 of the Gospel Coalition’s confessional statement. The Gospel Coalition is an evangelical renewal movement dedicated to a scripture-based reformation of ministry practices.
1 Peter (Exegetical Guide to the Greek New Testament) Kindle Edition
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The Exegetical Guide to the Greek New Testament (EGGNT) closes the gap between the Greek text and the available lexical and grammatical tools, providing all the necessary information for greater understanding of the text. The series makes interpreting any given New Testament book easier, especially for those who are hard pressed for time but want to preach or teach with accuracy and authority.
Each volume begins with a brief introduction to the particular New Testament book, a basic outline, and a list of recommended commentaries. The body is devoted to paragraph-by-paragraph exegesis of the Greek text and includes homiletical helps and suggestions for further study. A comprehensive exegetical outline of the New Testament book completes each EGGNT volume.
Walter KaiserZondervan, 2008
(I guess Logos should give me some commission...)
Gary V. Smith
The book of Amos is full of wordplays, double entendres, pictorial visions, and direct statements of fact and judgment. Smith's job is to address the historical, stylistic and interpretative aspects of Amos: not just what is written, but also how and why the prophecies are recorded.
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Irvin A. Busenitz
In this book you will discover the theme of Joel: the day of Yahweh. You will also discover more about the one to whom the day belongs to: Yahweh. The people were facing devastating calamity and Joel calls the society to repent in order that they might escape this judgment and once again enjoy mercy and favor of Yahweh. Obadiah also focuses on the dual aspects of the theme both that there is judgment and that blessing.
David F. Wright, ed., Essays in Evangelical Social Ethics. Wilton, CN: Morehouse-Barlow, 1983.
Table of Contents
|Introduction, David F. Wright|
|1||The Natural Ethic, Oliver O’Donovan|
|2||Using the Bible in Ethics, I. Howard Marshall|
|3||From Christendom to Pluralism, John Briggs|
|4||Towards a Theology of the State, Haddon Wilmer|
|5||The Challenge of Marxism, David Lyon|
|6||Man in Society, E. David Cook|
|Epilogue: Tasks Which Await Us, John Stott|
by L. Scott Kellum
B&H Academic (April 1, 2014)
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Through the lens of John the Apostle’s Farewell Discourse found in John 13:31 – 17:26, seminary professor L. Scott Kellum provides a step-by-step illustration of how to produce an expository sermon series in Preaching the Farewell Discourse.
Kellum begins with foundational tools that will aid the journey from text to exposition and then describes how to employ discourse analysis to a hortatory document (like the Farewell Discourse) or an expository document.
The latter part of the book finds Kellum implementing the theory on the Farewell Discourse of John's Gospel, examining the process in three sections: analyzing the text, interpreting the text, and preaching the text.