- How does this compare to the edition edited by Beveridge? I'm currently using that version, but the English is archaic, because it is based on a translation from the 16th century. This makes it much harder to read than all his other commentaries, which were translated much later. So I ask, is this Crossway version more readable, and is it abridged at all?
- When is this expected to be released?
- I'm curious how courses like these work. If I buy the course, am I then obligated to buy books that are required reading that go with it, or is this course self-contained? Also, how does this differ from the audio-only version? Since that one is less than half the price, I'm inclined to go with that if it doesn't require me to purchase any additional materials.
Joe McCune (Faithlife) — EditedRobert Luff The course is self contained. Most Mobile Ed courses include suggestions for possible additional reading, but these are completely optional. The audio-only version only gives you the ability to listen to the course. The full version includes videos, transcripts, and often exams and an activity book as well.
- Will there be an option to buy these volumes individually? At $50 per volume, I would not buy the apocryphal volume.
- Okay, thank you, Stephanie.
- not an apocryphal book. It's the Septuagint's version of Ez-Neh. Sept. is the Bible of the early church.
- One of the best commentaries on Exodus I've used. Hamilton's translations are helpful (though sometimes a little wittier than necessary) and the "Grammatical and Lexical Notes" section ahead of the commentary in each chapter is particularly insightful. Pairs well with a good expositional commentary like the NAC volume.
- There's no price or order button...