If you appreciate the fresh and accurate New Living Translation of the Bible, here’s a new Bible commentary you’re going to love. From Tyndale Publishers, it’s the Cornerstone Biblical Commentary. It’s so new, they are still writing a few volumes, but this bundle covers nearly the entire Bible. It contains outstanding scholarship because the commentators are many of the same scholars who were involved in translating the NLT.
This 18-volume set has a retail price of $511.10, but, for the next 14 days, you can add it to your digital library for only $149.95. Click here for details. We’ll even be happy to set up 3 interest-free payments of $50. Just call us at 1-800-888-9898 and mention special offer 8055.
If you’d like to sample a volume, click here and pick your favorite one. We’ve lowered the price of each volume to just $14.95 for this sale. They’re normally $29.95 to $34.95.
Tyndale’s Cornerstone Biblical Commentary - Fresh, Accurate Scholarship
I really like this commentary, and I think you will too. It covers 61 of the 66 books of the Bible and was designed to help pastors, teachers and students of the Bible understand every thought contained in the Bible. Each volume contains a well-researched introduction presenting a full book outline and detailing important facts about the author, the audience, the canonicity and textual history, the literary style, the historical reliability and the books major themes and theological concerns.
Outlines, Overviews, Notes and Commentary
The Cornerstone Biblical Commentary focuses first on the words of Scripture, then on the theological truths of Scripture. For each book of the Bible, you’ll find a thorough outline and overview detailing the author, period and cultural considerations. Each Bible passage offers a Notes section, where the commentator helps you understand the Hebrew or Greek behind the English of the NLT, which is cited at the beginning of each section. Following this is the Commentary section that contains the real “meat & potatoes” of this excellent work.
“For I can do all things through Christ…” Here’s Just One Example I Found:
Recently, I was studying Philippians 4:13. The Cornerstone Biblical Commentary made me aware that the Greek texts vary in this case. Some have the word “Christ” in it and some do not. So, who is it I can do all things through anyway? Cornerstone makes a brilliant defense of the fact it is Christ and Christ alone who Paul is talking about. See for yourself, and I think you’ll agree. Commentaries like this make the study of God’s Word exciting and fun.
18 Volumes, Each Just $14.95, Covering 61 of the 66 Books of the Bible
Try one of these volumes and see if you agree. Save even more by taking the bundle. I doubt you’ll find a better addition to your digital library. If you’re not delighted, I’ll be happy to refund your purchase. Click here to learn more. If you prefer to order by phone, call us at 1-800-888-9898. Mention special offer 8055.
In His Service,