Just Released: The Expositor’s Bible – Half Priced for a Limited Time

TEBBundle2For years, The Expositor’s Bible has been one of our most often requested resources. Today I’m happy to announce our editors have just released this 43-volume masterpiece, as originally produced by noted editor W. Robertson Nicoll. Long out of print, The Expositor’s Bible is nearly impossible to find, but has now been remastered for use in your WORDsearchlibrary. This commentary of the entire Bible is a bargain at $99.95, but, for a limited time, ourintroductory price is just $49.95Click here to learn more, or download this package now. Or, call us at 1-800-888-9898 and mention special offer 6831.

Discover the Brilliant Work of W. Robertson Nicoll

The Expositor’s Bible was prepared under the direction of Sir W. Robertson Nicoll, who has been referred to as “the greatest religious editor of all time.” You may recognize his name, as he was also the editor of The Pulpit Commentary and The Sermon Outline Bible.

At the close of the nineteenth century, Nicoll did something extraordinary. He employed the talents of 29 top scholars of the day, all who were also preachers. This was to ensure The Expositor’s Bible would be a commentary of the highest caliber that would retain the instincts of preachers, and could also be used and understood by anyone. I think you’ll agree, Nicoll’s worthy project has stood the test of time and reads as fresh today as when it was written.

Inspiration for Preaching & Teaching on Every Bible Passage

You’ll find that The Expositor’s Bible is both a commentary and an exposition. The authors deliver detailed, expository essays for each and every passage of the Bible. They are written in a style that is easy to understand and easy to apply. Minor details, technical questions and critical issues are never a distraction. They are relegated to footnotes, which you can take or leave at your own discretion. My advice is to click on these footnotes. They are nuggets of gold.

Research & Insight That Goes the Extra Mile

One of the things you’ll appreciate about The Expositor’s Bible is how it goes beyond the text itself, considering what the writer of that text was thinking and feeling when he wrote it. I found a good example of this in the 20th chapter of John’s Gospel. I’m sure you know the story well, where the risen Christ appeared to “doubting” Thomas. A lengthy article examines every angle of this encounter, but this quote was a special blessing to me:

The faith of Thomas is full of significance. First, it is helpful to our own faith to hear so decisive and so full a confession coming from the lips of such a man. John himself felt it to be so decisive that after recording it he virtually closes the Gospel he had undertaken to write in order to persuade men that Jesus is the Son of God. After this confession of Thomas he feels that no more can be said.” Amen to that!

Half Priced for a Limited Time

I hope you’ll take advantage of this introductory sale price and add The Expositor’s Bibleto your digital library today. I promise you’ll be delighted or I’ll happily refund your purchase.Just click here. If you prefer to order by phone, call us at 1-800-888-9898 and mention special offer 6831.

In His Service,
Jim Baird

P.S. A Personal Note. Perhaps you noticed a new name at the closing of this message. That’s me, Jim Baird, the new director of WORDsearch. Even though I served in pastoral ministry for 9 years and Christian publishing for 20 years, the most relevant thing I can tell you is that I’ve been a WORDsearch customer for 10 years. I love this tool and I’m thrilled with the opportunity to make it better and more useful for those of us who use it often. In my opinion, the most amazing thing about WORDsearch is not the product. It’s you. My calling is to serve you, one of those who preach and teach to change lives. It’s a blessing to serve in this capacity and I look forward to sharing exciting things with you in the future.


  1. Do you have a page that shows which books that are in development, or is it any other way to find out?

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