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- Superb! This needs to be seen by more people!
- An essential resource for serious readers of the Greek New Testament. Runge's writing has a readability that is not common of someone of his caliber. I highly recommend this resource!
- Lexham Press brilliantly imagined another lexicon that does what no lexicon had done yet. What a wonderful and helpful resource!
- Worth every penny. Each article is just the right length and amount of expositional research. And it is perfect for Logos's features like highlighting active lemmas or verses, etc. I am very thankful for this resource!
- Incredibly important book for reviving this spiritual practice! Well written.
- I have this book in print and I must say it is probably the best volume I have ever read on early Christology. Not only does he build on the scholarship and arguments of Hurtado, Bauckham, and Wright; he does so adding fresh insight in how to draw all the "consensus" together in an elaborate argument (that will be extended through four volumes!). I highly recommend this book!
- Probably the best commentary on Matthew. I'll also admit that I love how France endorses conditional immortality and defends it well!
- Full disclosure, I own this commentary in print but am considering getting it in Logos too. However, I don't say this lightly but I believe this is the best commentary on Luke I have ever consulted. Having read over 40 commentaries take on Luke 19:11-27, Garland is one of the only ones to correctly address that passage. Again, the whole commentary is excellent. Anything by David Garland is.