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This FREE upgrade is available to users who previously purchased the fourth release of Pillar NTC (16 volumes) (Pillar NTC-16). Purchase of this upgrade will supply the user with the 14-volume Pillar NTC (Pillar NTC-14) which removes the volumes for Ephesians and Hebrews (at the Publisher's request).
Upgrading to the 14-volume set will allow users the ability to keep the Ephesians and Hebrews volumes (in Pillar NTC-16) and still have access to future corrections and updates to the module (in Pillar NTC-14).
A single module with fourteen volumes from the Pillar New Testament Commentary Series. Designed both for serious students and for general readers of the Bible, the PNTC volumes seek above all to make clear the meaning of the text of Scripture as we have it. The scholars writing these volumes interact with the most important, informed contemporary debate yet avoid undue technical detail.
- The Gospel According to Matthew - Leon Morris (1992)
- The Gospel According to Mark - James R. Edwards (2002)
- The Gospel According to Luke - James R. Edwards (2015)
- The Gospel According to John - D. A. Carson (1991)
- The Acts of the Apostles - David Peterson (2009)
- Paul’s Letter to the Romans - Colin Kruse (2012)
- The First Letter to the Corinthians - Roy E. Ciampa, Brian S. Rosner (2010)
- The Second Letter to the Corinthians - Mark A. Seifrid (2014)
- The Letter to the Philippians - G. Walter Hansen (2009)
- The Letters to the Colossians and to Philemon - Douglas J. Moo (2008)
- The Letters to the Thessalonians - Gene L. Green (2002)
- The Letter of James - Douglas J. Moo (2000)
- The Letters of 2 Peter and Jude - Peter H. Davids (2006)
- The Letters of John - Colin G. Kruse (2000)
For more details regarding this series, see Publisher’s comments.
The Pillar New Testament Commentary (14 Volumes)
• General Editor: D. A. Carson
• Publisher: William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company
September 16, 2017 | 9:47 PM |
When preparing lessons this is typically the commentary series that I turn to most frequently.
August 25, 2017 | 2:26 AM |
The commentary series is great. Splitting out these volumes is inconvenient. (On the plus side, we haven't had the modules forcibly removed)