Robert Hubbard

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  • Song Of Songs

    $22.04

    In the latest edition to the NICOT, Longman provides a detailed introduction and exegesis of the Song of Songs. Reviewing the history of this intriguing book-which he calls a powerful analogy to God’s relationship with his people-Longman also adopts an anthrological approach as he discusses the song in light of Near Eastern literature. 304 pages, hardcover from Eerdmans. Basic Overview of the NICOT series: Theologically conservative evangelical Scholarly but Non-Technical(no knowledge of Greek or Hebrew needed-all original language use is transliterated and details of textual criticism and translation appear in the footnotes) Written from an exegetical perspective but contains lots of historical, liguistic, and theological information Uses a section-by-section format based on the author’s own translation Geared for scholars, serious Bible students, and pastors

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  • Book Of Ezekiel Chapters 25-48

    $46.78

    Many readers are bewildered by Ezekiel’s relentless denunciations, unconventional antics, and baffling array of topics. But Block cuts through the confusion in this second book of his masterful 2-volume NICOT commentary on Ezekiel. His fresh translation and verse-by-verse exposition demonstrate that Ezekiel’s ancient wisdom and vision are very much needed as we stand at the threshold of the millennium.

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  • Book Of Ecclesiastes

    $25.93

    Everything is meaningless! cries Qohelet, Ecclesiastes’s main speaker. How does this shocking perspective from the midst of sacred canon fit into the rest of biblical revelation? Join Longman in this newest addition to the NICOT as he addresses this fundamental question. Verse by verse, you’ll enjoy incisive commentary on one of the Bible’s most intriguing books.

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  • Book Of Ezekiel Chapters 1-24

    $52.32

    Cut through the mystery and confusion of Ezekiel 1–24! Block’s extensive introduction details the authorship, dates, historical setting, original text, and more about this misunderstood book of the Bible. And his fresh English translation and verse-by-verse commentary demonstrate how Ezekiel’s message is still relevant today. Part of the New International Commentary on the Old Testament.

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  • Book Of Genesis Chapters 18-50

    $42.99

    Solid textual exposition from an Old Testament scholar! In this volume, Hamilton expounds Genesis 18-50 verse by verse and provides linguistic, literary, and theological commentary of its overarching theme—Yahweh’s faithfulness to his promised word and his covenant with those who were chosen to receive it. This evangelical, up-to-date, and thorough work features a comprehensive introduction, copious footnotes, and references to the New Testament writers’ interpretations of Genesis.

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  • Book Of Numbers

    $41.00

    The book of Numbers can be complicated and confusing for students, exegetes, and pastors to unravel. Ashley removes much of the confusion by dividing the Hebrew text into five major sections and showing how each section contributes to the entire book’s theological themes of obedience and disobedience. His detailed verse-by-verse comments are intended primarily to explain the text rather than to speculate on how the book came to be in its present form. The introduction includes an extended bibliography.

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  • Book Of Genesis Chapters 1-17

    $38.45

    Victor P. Hamilton makes a major contribution to the study of Genesis with this volume on the first 17 chapters. His extensive introduction discusses issues such as structure, composition, theology, and canonicity related to Genesis. The commentary derives from Hamilton’s own translation and thoroughly expounds the meaning of these foundational chapters. Further, each section concludes with a discussion of how the New Testament used material from the section discussed. Written from an evangelical perspective, Hamilton’s commentary will be valuable to those seeking an in-depth understanding of Genesis.

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  • Books Of Nahum Habakkuk And Zephaniah

    $33.50

    History and prophecy merge in the books of Nahum, Habakkuk, and Zephaniah. The crises of Judah and its neighbors, bewailed by the three prophets, in turn anticipated world-shaking events that were yet to come. Robertson combines biblical theology with contemporary awareness, confronting readers with the ancient call to repentance and faith. As in every NIC volume, the introduction discusses questions of date, authorship, and structure. The commentary proper, based on Robertson’s own translation, is predominantly expository, leaving details of text and translation for the footnotes.

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  • Book Of Ruth

    $27.30

    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.

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  • Book Of Job

    $42.82

    This recent volume in the NICOT series deals carefully with the difficult questions of text, language, and theology in the Book of Job. After an extensive introduction, Hartley provides thoroughly researched, detailed, verse-by-verse exegesis and exposition which relates each section to the message of Job.

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  • Books Of Ezra And Nehemiah

    $30.00

    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.

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  • Book Of Joshua

    $33.96

    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.

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  • Book Of Jeremiah

    $45.28

    J.A. Thompson’s commentary on Jeremiah is one of the most thorough commentaries available for this important book. Init, he discusses issues such as Jeremiah’s role as a prophet of Israel, issues with exegesis of the book, thehistorical setting, the life of Jeremiah, and of course, the book itself. With over 600 pages of commentary, Thompson gives the reader a complete picture of Jeremiah,making this commentary a valuable resource for any Old Testament student. Although technical enough for scholars to find it stimulating, lay people should have no trouble following Thompson through Jeremiah.

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  • Book Of Leviticus

    $35.60

    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.

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  • Book Of Deuteronomy

    $34.79

    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.

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