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OT Library Commentary: Classic Volumes (9 Volumes) CROSSGRADE

Category: Upgrades   |   Install Options: Download only   |   Minimum Acc Version: 10.4

$82.25   |   Full Version: OTL2 Commentary-9 ($329.00)
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Crossgrades are modules offered at a lower price to a customer with Accordance who already owns an electronic version of the same module on another platform. They are designed to encourage people who want to switch from another platform and who have already invested significantly in specific resources which are available on both platforms.

Crossgrades to multi-volume products require all volumes of the Accordance product to already be owned in the other platform. Users must purchase the crossgrade PLUS any included volumes they do not already own in the other software, at 50% off regular price (or at a current sale price). To purchase this crossgrade, submit the order (which will go through manual processing) with a note about any volumes not already owned in the other platform.

As with all upgrades, the special price is offered on the condition that the original software is not sold or given to anyone else. Note: No additional discounts or coupons of any kind can be applied to Crossgrade prices.

In order to receive any crossgrade prices you must first return this form to us, completed and signed.

Requires Accordance 10.4 or above.

For even more information, see this article. Also check out a number of reviews here.

The Old Testament Library is one of the most respected commentary series produced in the last 50 years. As with any series that reaches this level of respectability, it is comprehensive in scope while acknowledging that it is not exhaustive. Introductory matters cover historical concerns, cultural issues, the reception of the text, the integrity of the text, and other interpretive issues.

Each commentary provides a verse-by-verse analysis of critical exegetical matters that are then synthesized into a progressively building understanding of the text and interpretation. This includes analysis of problems in history, word meaning, syntactical and grammatical issues, text history, and many other exegetically relevant issues. Nevertheless, despite the breadth of their scope, volumes in the series remain relatively compact in comparison to series who share its aims and scope.

Key Elements

  • Audience: Students, Pastors, and Scholars
  • Perspective: Moderate/Liberal
  • Scripture: Inspired
  • General Acceptance of Higher Critical authorship theories, and the reader should be familiar with these type of textual criticism
  • Knowledge of Hebrew is not necessary, but a willingness to engage concepts from it will be necessary.

This module contains 9 classic volumes (volumes that have been superseded by newer works within the Old Testament Library Commentary series). The following volumes are included:

  • Deuteronomy (Gerhard von Rad) (1966)
  • Judges (J. Alberto Soggin) (1981)
  • 1-2 Samuel (Hans Wilhelm Hertzberg) (1965)
  • Isaiah 1-12 (Otto Kaiser) (1983)
  • Isaiah 13-39 (Otto Kaiser) (1974)
  • Isaiah 40-66 (Claus Westermann) (1969)
  • Daniel (Norman W. Porteous) (1965)
  • Amos (James L. Mays) (1969)
  • Micah (James L. Mays) (1976)

You may be interested in these other OTL/NTL products:

Old Testament Library Commentary (9 Classic Volumes)
• Series: Old Testament Library Commentary
• Publisher: Westminster John Knox Press


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October 18, 2017  |  4:19 AM   |    Fantastic (5)
Proverbs by William McKane is missing (it was replaced in 1999 by Clifford). As I was predicting assertively that that particular volume by McKane would never be digitized, I bought it intentionally in a hardback copy with dustcover, and I feel good about that and also don't rate OTL under Accordance lower because this. Every sub-set gets five stars from me.
I'm thrilled about buying the entire 68. vol. set now at the introductory price, I only needed to do very quick calculations to see that I save money on that compared to any other option. From each sub-set Accordance has listed I'm duplicating some volume(s) in print.
I actually like buying sets, even though it's an evaluation of what volumes I need so I have many times, at least elsewhere or in print, just bought individual volumes. For me, only Accordance and print are options for groving my library.