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New Int. Greek Testament Commentary (13 Volumes)

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This commentary series is established on the presupposition that the theological character of the New Testament documents calls for exegesis that is sensitive to theological themes as well as to the details of the historical, linguistic, and textual context. Such thorough exegetical work lies at the heart of these volumes, which contain detailed verse-by-verse commentary preceded by general comments on each section and subsection of the text.

An important aim of the NIGTC authors is to interact with the wealth of significant New Testament research published in recent articles and monographs. In this connection the authors make their own scholarly contributions to the ongoing study of the biblical text.

The text on which these commentaries are based is the UBS Greek New Testament, edited by Kurt Aland and others. While engaging the major questions of text and interpretation at a scholarly level, the authors keep in mind the needs of the beginning student of Greek as well as the pastor or layperson who may have studied the language at some time but does not now use it on a regular basis.

  • Matthew - John Nolland (2005)
  • Mark - R. T. France (2002)
  • Luke - I. Howard Marshall (1978)
  • Romans - Richard N. Longenecker (2016)
  • 1 Corinthians - Anthony C. Thiselton (2000)
  • 2 Corinthians - Murray J. Harris (2005)
  • Galatians - F. F. Bruce (1982)
  • Colossians & Philemon - James D. G. Dunn (1996)
  • Thessalonians - Charles A. Wanamaker (1990)
  • Pastoral Epistles - George W. Knight III (1992)
  • Hebrews - Paul Ellingworth (1993)
  • James - Peter H. Davids (1982)
  • Revelation - G. K. Beale (1999)

The New International Greek Testament Commentary (13 Volumes)
• Series: New International Greek Testament Commentaries
• General Editors: I. Howard Marshall, W. Ward Gasque, Donald A. Hagner
• Publisher: William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company

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January 26, 2017  | 12:52 PM   |    Not Recommended (1)
The series of books is good, helpful resources. The issue I have with the digital version is that if you bought the NIGNTC in acc 11 and you want to upgrade now, adding Romans, you will then LOSE phillippians. In other words you will spend $60 to gain one book and lose another. This is a problem with digital books, when you buy a physical copy, and then buy another the bookstore can't steal one of your books but acc has to because of deals with the publisher. This comment connects to the 2 comments below. I'd encourage you not to upgrade until acc resolves things with the publisher.
November 20, 2016  | 10:54 PM   |    Okay (3)
[The 3 stars is only because I have not yet purchased the Romans volume, although I do own all the other volumes so far released in Accordance. This review is primarily in response to
Pedro Guardiola Campuzano's posted review.]

I used to think that the digital version of a work should always be cheaper than its digital counterpart. However, Accordance module pricing often has more to do with the price publishers set than it does with Accordance. Also, some (most?) publishers do not give Accordance a text that is already tagged and hyperlinked, meaning that Accordance must do all this itself, and staff who do text preparation do not work gratis.

It is also debatable whether the print edition is more valuable than the Accordance module. While some, myself included, might prefer turning pages of actual books, I also find it convenient to have BDF and BDAG (and other important texts and resources) with me on my phone to access literally whenever and wherever I want. Also, often the ...
[The 3 stars is only because I have not yet purchased the Romans volume, although I do own all the other volumes so far released in Accordance. This review is primarily in response to
Pedro Guardiola Campuzano's posted review.]

I used to think that the digital version of a work should always be cheaper than its digital counterpart. However, Accordance module pricing often has more to do with the price publishers set than it does with Accordance. Also, some (most?) publishers do not give Accordance a text that is already tagged and hyperlinked, meaning that Accordance must do all this itself, and staff who do text preparation do not work gratis.

It is also debatable whether the print edition is more valuable than the Accordance module. While some, myself included, might prefer turning pages of actual books, I also find it convenient to have BDF and BDAG (and other important texts and resources) with me on my phone to access literally whenever and wherever I want. Also, often the indexes of books are limited. With Accordance's search options, a book's printed indexes are rendered obsolete. One may now search for a specific Greek manuscript referenced anywhere in an NIGTC work, or for a specific Greek word used anywhere within, or immediately view 5 or more Scripture references in parentheses, none of which are possible by owning just the printed work.

If the price of a module seems high, my advice is to wait until a special price is offered, sometimes as an upgrade. Christmastime is coming. Often publishers are more willing to pass along special pricing during this season.
November 16, 2016  |  3:27 AM   |    Mediocre (2)
I purchased 2 years ago the full Commentary, expecting following upgrades. This one is extremely expensive just for one volume (Romans). In fact, you get the digital upgrade for $59.90 while the physical book is $53 in Amazon (https://www.amazon.com/Epistle-Romans-International-Testament-Commentary/dp/080282448X). Incredible!