• These volumes are well worth collecting for the historical perspective they put on the discovery of papyri and the resulting revolution they made on NT lexicography and cultural insights to the nature of the Greek language in a non-literary or semi-literary Koine context. The two Milligan volumes especially make the papyri accessible to non-specialists, even those with minimal Greek. I'd buy the collection for these alone.
    1. Why is it that when I downloaded this course I did not receive NT343 Book Study: Paul’s Letter to the Ephesians (Activities)?
      1. The Activities is currently unavailable and will download when it is released. We apologize this was not on the page and we will get this updated soon.
    2. Why is it that when I downloaded this course I did not see NT316 Book Study: The Gospel of Luke (Activities)?
      1. The Activities is currently unavailable and will download when it is released. We apologize this was not on the page and we will get this updated soon.
    3. All great titles from one of the best NT Theology professors I have ever studied under. I have all of these in print, but I am glad I can have them accessible on my laptop regardless of where I am traveling and studying.
      1. I am assuming that those of us who have already paid for this commentary as part of the EEC will receive it without having to make an additional purchase.
        1. Is this part of the EEC? I don't see where it says it is.
        2. Posts 55 Reply More▼ Jesse Myers | Forum Activity | Replied: Today 2:32 PM Hello all,  We haven't made this announcement yet, but we will be unlocking this volume for people who pre-ordered the EEC volume prior to this posting. We've decided to make it a standalone only for the consistent format & tone of the series. It is an excellent commentary, I think it will be a great addition to your libraries. You will still receive the EEC volume when it ships.  Best, Jesse
        3. I was wondering about that myself when I saw the release notice for the print edition.
      2. Can you explain what will be the best (cheapest way for those of us who already bought Christianity Today 2006-2015 to get years 1996 to 2005?
        1. This edition is considered by reference librarians to be at about the apex of the art on writing an encyclopedia. It has been and still is the fullest Encyclopaedia Britannica, later editions "pushing out," simplifying, and abridging articles to maintain size decades before the unfortunate decision to divide the work into the micropedia/macropedia editions that began in the 1970s. The majority of the material is still applicable as is, and still is a foundational reference work that would be good to have at the ready in Logos format.
          1. I can't believe more people have not had an interest in this. This is an opportunity to own a classic and foundational work in New testament textual criticism at an unbelievable price. Anyone who has studied NT Greek, whether they German or not, should be ale to use the NT Greek text, and the textual apparatus is very full (fuller than the UBS text) and represents a helpful contrast to both WH and UBS/NA.
            1. This is another one of those Logos titles that I would buy if I could get a CBD price ($12) for it. As it is, I will just continue to use my print copy. If I need a more portable solution I can always opt for Kindle ($10).
              1. Is there a list of the datasets that are included with this package?