Over 11,717 Pages of Excellence

The New International Greek Testament Commentary (NIGTC) is one of the most highly respected commentaries on the New Testament. The 13 volumes look at the New Testament through atheological and historical lens to provide scholarly verse-by-verse exegesis.

Over 11,717 Pages of Excellence

Research at this level cannot be rushed. The first volume in the series was released over 37 years ago, and work still continues on the remaining few volumes. The authors chosen to write these commentaries are leading Bible scholars who each have an unmatched understanding of the Greek New Testament. Each volume has been painstakingly researched and written.

In print, the volumes so far have over 11,717 pages filled with excellent research. As an example, the volume on Matthew has 1,245 works listed as sources in the bibliography.

You Don’t Need to Understand Greek to Use this Set

One of the best parts of the NIGTC is that you don’t need to understand Greek to use this commentary. Anyone with a desire to go deeper in God’s Word will come away from this work with a rich understanding of any given text. If you do have training in biblical languages, you’ll experience a deep appreciation for how the text is analyzed and exposed. But if you don’t have any language training, you’ll find the commentary is extremely readable and enlightening. Using the NIGTC often will help you grow fond of New Testament Greek.

Compelling Commentary with Fantastic Footnotes

The NIGTC introduces each passage with the NIV text, followed by “Textual Notes.” This is where textual variants, language details, and difficulties are discussed. What follows is a detailed commentarythat goes deep into the precise meaning of each word and phrase.Special attention is given to all important issues of history, exegesis, and interpretation that arise from the New Testament text. The introductions to each book could stand as books by themselves, giving you a deeper knowledge and understanding of the history, authorship, and important issues in each New Testament book.
Thousands of footnotes are embedded in the commentary and appear in Wordsearch as

hyperlinks. If you hover over a footnote, the entire footnote pops up. If you click on the footnote, it appears in the commentary text in its entirety. Make sure you click on every footnote, because these nuggets of gold will enhance your study.

For a limited time, you can add all 13 volumes to your Wordsearch library for only $149.95. Individual volumes, including the new volume on Romans, are on sale for only $19.95 each. This magnificent work is rarely on sale at this low of a price.

Click here for more details or to add this outstanding resource to your digital library. This sale ends July 5.

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