- This is a judicious, middle-of-the-road volume. It's sometimes on sale. Beware that the second edition is now available on Logos; this isn't it.
- This is a popular volume, and rightly so. It's often on sale. Beware that the second edition is now available on Logos; this isn't it.
- For those interested in separate volumes, the May 2018 sale offers Volume 8 (Matt, Mark, Luke) on its own: www.logos.com/product/54555/the-expositors-bible-commentary-volume-8-matthew-mark-luke. In the revised series, Volume 6 (Prov, Eccl, Isa) also seems to be available individually: www.logos.com/product/54533/the-expositors-bible-commentary-volume-6-proverbs-isaiah
- Sad to see a few useful resources disappear (like the NCV and NKJV, Greek Audio NT, Futato's Beginning Biblical Hebrew, HarperCollins Bible Dictionary, Concise Oxford English Dictionary, Merriam Webster Thesaurus). But there are some useful new inclusions as well (not least the NIV2011, Moulton-Howard-Turner, ANET). What's especially intriguing is that the 'Overview' mentions NA28 ... but I can't find it anywhere on the list. Still a quality package.
- The sample pages are enough to make me cautious about this work. Colón appears to take a simplistic view of Revelation (e.g. arguing that 3:15 has Jesus *wanting* people to be ‘cold’ and outside the church). His secondary sources are exclusively Seventh-Day Adventist.