Redemption Hill Church
- While Logos is (at the time of this review) putting together the <a href="http://www.logos.com/product/15471/the-works-of-jonathan-edwards">"ultimate" Jonathan Edwards collection</a>, this is a great collection for someone wanting to get into Edwards' writing. Prior to this collection, I had never read any Edwards. After getting it, I can't put him down. The depth and beauty of his sermons is something amazing to behold. I highly recommend this collection!
- Not only is BNTC an affordable NT commentary set, but it is a great one. I had the honor of taking a class with Kistemaker on the book of Hebrews and I loved every minute of it. His commentary reads much like his class. One feature I really like about BNTC is that it is very approachable for the non-scholar, but it also has sections addressing issues with the original language for those who want more depth from their commentary. It is almost like 2/3 "popular" and 1/3 "technical" in its approach. Great addition to your library.
- I discovered AYBD for the first time in Seminary and it was one of the first titles I added to my Logos collection when I had the chance. As the description says, the print version is over 7,200 pages. The result is that words covered in AYBD usually gets more than just the quick treatment a single volume dictionary requires. I find AYBD to be approachable and helpful. Like any publication, there are contributors and point you'll have to take with a grain of salt, but in general this is a great resource and will be a great asset in your Logos library.