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Book Of Ruth
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This thorough commentary mines recent research to give the Book of Ruth’s literary, grammatical, and theological dimensions a rigorous treatment. Hubbard pays particular attention to the skillful literary devices and unique theological perspective of Ruth, using them to propose a new date and purpose for the book. By affirming the story’s outcome as a divine providence, Hubbard says, the writer of Ruth sought to counter opposition to the Davidic monarchy during Solomon’s reign.
Epistle To The Galatians
In this careful and balanced commentary, Fung contributes to scholarly discussion of Paul’s writing and to the needs of preacher and student. He argues that the doctrine of justification by faith was central to Paul’s ministry from the beginning, and he shows how the apostle set out the doctrine in response to the Galatian crisis. The detailed commentary is based on the NEB.
Bible Knowledge Commentary Old Testament
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1986 GOLD MEDALLION WINNER
HELP FROM EXPERT SCHOLARS IN UNDERSTANDING THE SCRIPTURES
–What does that verse mean?
–How should I interpret this passage?
–What is the significance of this word or phrase in Hebrew or Aramaic?
–How do Bible-time customs help me understand the meaning of this passage?
–How can this alleged contradiction be explained?
–How does the information on the author, historical background, and features of a Bible book help interpret that book?
The Bible Knowledge Commentary answers these and other questions about the Scriptures, discussing all the Bible verse by verse and often phrase by phrase. In addition, maps, charts, and diagrams help you grasp the meanings of the biblical text. Unlike most others this commentary is by authors from one school-Dallas Theological Seminary. The Bible Knowledge Commentary-popular in style and scholarly in content-will deepen your understanding of God’s written word.
Based on the New International Version of the Bible.
Epistles To The Colossians To Philemon And To The Ephesians
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This work by F. F. Bruce is scholarly but readable. He begins with an introduction which covers the origins and authorship of Colossians, Philemon and Ephesians with particular focus on the geography of Asia Minor. He also discusses the Jewish community and the theological issues brought out in these books. Following is a section by section commentary on the three books, drawing out the important theological issues.
Bible Knowledge Commentary New Testament
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The Bible Knowledge Commentary answers these and other questions about the Scriptures, discussing all the Bible verse by verse and often phrase by phrase. In addition, maps, charts, and diagrams help you grasp the meanings of the biblical text. Unlike most others this commentary is by authors from one school-Dallas Theological Seminary. The Bible Knowledge Commentary-popular in style and scholarly in content-will deepen your understanding of God’s written Word. The Bible Knowledge Commentary will be welcomed by a wide spectrum of Bible students, from the beginner, who will find it easy to understand and easy to use, to the advanced, who will find it consistently thorough and reliable. The readable style, combined with careful scholarship, make this a Bible study aid I and others will add to our most-used shelf of books.
Books Of Ezra And Nehemiah
A biblical scholar well known for his expertise in ancient Near Eastern studies, expecially Ugaritic, author Fensham places Ezra and Nehemiah against the ancient Near East environment. In his introduction, Fensham discusses the original unity of the books, as well as the problems of authorship. He then treats the historical and religious background of the books, taking special note of the development of a Jewish society in postexilic times. Text and language are next, followed by a thorough bibliography. The commentary proper, based on Fensham’s own fresh translation of the biblical texts, is richly documented and displays cautious good judgement, sensible approach, willingness to consider different options, and keen insight into the religious meaning of these key Hebrew texts.
Book Of Joshua
The New International Commentary on the Old Testament is a conservative and scholarly treatment of the sciptures. This volume on Joshua by M.H. Woudstra begins with an introductory section which discusses the authorship, date, unity and theology of the book. The commentary is an in- depth analysis of the text based on linguistic and historical research. A good work for scholars.
Book Of Leviticus
The New International Commentary on the Old Testament is a conservative and scholarly treatment of the scriptures. This volume on Leviticus by G.J. Wenham begins with an opening article which discusses the authorship, date, text, theology and structure of the book. The commentary is a scholarly analysis, focusing on the Hebrew and historical background of the book. This is a good work for scholarly study.
Book Of Deuteronomy
The New International Commentary on the Old Testament is a conservative and scholarly analysis of the scriptures. This work by Craigie is meant to take in the issues, both theological and textual, brought out in Deuteronomy. He begins with a discussion of the theology, occasion, and problems of interpretation found in the book. He then goes on to discuss the text verse by verse. This is a scholarly work, not meant for all readers.
Books Of Joel Obadiah Jonah And Micah
Each book in this series has an introduction, addressing in detail the dating, authorship, the historical setting of the book, the text of the original as it has come down to us, the theology of the book, a select bibliography, and an analysis of the book’s structure. The body of the commentaries are based on the author’s own translation of the book from the original, and proceeds by discussing the entire text section by section. Expository matters are the primary concern in these comments; details of textual criticism and translation are usually reserved for the footnotes.