In August 2007 I reviewed three New Testament commentary series (28 volumes) in a single, 8,300-word article: “PNTC, BECNT, and NIGTC: Three New Testament Commentary Series Available Electronically in Libronix,” Detroit Baptist Seminary Journal 12 (2007): 81–99. This review is now available in two formats:
- The PDF appears exactly as the review is printed in the fall 2007 DBSJ.
- The plain text adds some hyperlinks.
- Part 1 (about 1,750 words) make a case for using electronic commentaries in Libronix.
- Part 2 (about 600 words) compares the three commentary series in general.
- Part 3 (about 5,500 words) comments briefly on each of the 28 volumes (and mentions the authors for the forthcoming volumes).
- Advantages of Using Electronic Commentaries in Libronix
- 1.1. Searchability
- 1.2. Versatility
- 1.3. Cost
- General Comparison of PNTC, BECNT, and NIGTC
- Brief Comments on Individual Commentaries in PNTC, BECNT, and NIGTC
- 3.1. PNTC (8 vols.)
- 3.2. BECNT (8 vols.)
- 3.3. NIGTC (12 vols.)