I have enjoyed using Tom Schreiner’s commentary on Hebrews in the excellent new Biblical Theology for Christian Proclamation series from B&H Publishing. Feedback from my students over the last year or two suggests that they have enjoyed this book too. I was, therefore, pleased to see news of two recent additions to this series, both by distinguished authors.
Several months ago, Andreas Köstenberger’s commentary on 1 & 2 Timothy, Titus appeared and, following quickly afterwards, David Peterson’s volume on Romans appeared. While I have not yet seen the latter two volumes, the quality of the two authors’ previous work gives me every reason to expect that these volumes will be very good.
As I looked at the prices of these two recent volumes on Amazon, I discovered that, while the hardback copies have a fairly hefty price of just over £30.00, the Kindle versions are selling for £7.78 (Köstenberger on the Pastorals) and £7.69 (Peterson on Romans). That is approximately 25% of the price of the physical book on Amazon. On the basis of my positive experience with Schreiner’s commentary on Hebrews, I would encourage readers who use commentaries to consider these volumes (whether in physical or digital form), and Kindle users in particular to have a look at these offers.