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Revelation volume now in print

We are happy to announce that the hardcover print version of the book The Revelation of John the Apostledraperrhodesrevelation is now available for $29.99. It can be purchased through the BYU Studies website or by calling our office at 801-422-6691. The ebook is also available through the BYU Studies website in Kindle and Deseret Bookshelf app. If you have previously purchased the ebook, an update is now available through your vendor.

The book is 900 pages of commentary that explains the text phrase by phrase, using LDS doctrine and both LDS and non-LDS scholarship, going back to the original Greek. See Sample pages and the Table of Contents.

Others in this series are The Testimony of Luke by S. Kent Brown, which is available in print or ebook. The volume Paul’s First Epistle to the Corinthians, by Richard Draper and Michael Rhodes, is available only in ebook at this time.

“The Testimony of Luke” by S. Kent Brown now available in print!

testimony-of-lukeWe are happy to announce that the first printed volume of the New Testament Commentary is now available. The Testimony of Luke, by S. Kent Brown, hard cover, is available for $29.95 plus shipping by ordering on the BYU Studies website. It will soon be available through LDS bookstores and Amazon. For more on this book, including sample pages, see this page. The book appeared as an ebook in 2014 and is available here. Several posts on this website by Dr. Brown are excerpted from this book; find them by searching “S. Kent Brown.” Dr. Brown’s love for and knowledge of the scriptures shines through every one of the 1,200 pages.

Giving praise about The Testimony of Luke, Camille Fronk Olson of BYU writes, “S. Kent Brown combines a lifetime of dedicated study of the ancient world with his reverence for the Bible and insights from restoration scripture to create a readable, relevant, and thought-provoking commentary of the Gospel according to Luke. Beautifully written with a unique sensitivity toward Jesus’ focus on family relationships, the sanctity of the home, and the dangers of materialism, this book invites a fresh view of the Savior’s ministry for a modern world.” Richard Neitzel Holzapfel writes, “S. Kent Brown has produced the most important LDS commentary on Luke’s Gospel to date. This is his magnum opus, and a reader will be transported to the world of the New Testament to hear Jesus Christ’s voice as he ministered among the people.” 

Other volumes of the NTC series are in progress.