- Please sell the Bruner commentary on Matthew separately. His commentaries are excellent, the first commentary I go to when preaching on John or Matthew. I appreciate having been able to purchase his John commentary separately, and I hope I'll be able to do that with Matthew. I have a physical copy of the commentary, but I would be willing to buy it again for my Logos program if I don't have to purchase all the other books in the bundle.
- Good for providing information about Biblical times.
- This is an excellent commentary. My go to source when I'm preaching on John. Mr. Bruner does an excellent job of gathering the opinions of historical and modern commentators, and providing key theological insights into the text. Very valuable for preaching.
- This is the first commentary that I always go to when preparing a sermon. I would love to have them available for Logos. I've been checking the availability ever since I got my Logos program, and I thought they were closer to being ready.
- I saw that on Cokesbury. A few reviews said the CD-ROM wasn't performing that well. And you're right, it definitely would not be the same as having it in Logos.
- I have had the CD for years… it is ok… but I have to have a virtual CD made and mounted to use it, as you MUST have the CDROM in the drive to use it. The CDROM is usable but far from ideal.
- I think the Cokesbury CD ROM still uses viewing software called Folio which is very old, no longer supported and not a good as Logos. There were problems installing it on Vista, there was a little program available on the web which you had to run first. I've had it running on Windows 7 and now 8 , both 32 bit, but when I tried to install it on 64 bit Windows the setup program failed. I would be very cautious about buying it now. I have also copied the CD to a virtual CD, which means you don't need to have the physical CD in the drive when using it.