Commentary Volumes
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About Hosea-Jonah (Volume 31):
One of the finer commentaries in the set, Tremper Longman has this to say about it: “This is one of the best …
About Daniel (Volume 30):
This volume shows how the book of Daniel develops along two major themes: the exploits of Daniel and his friends as …
About Ezekiel 1-19 (Volume 28) and Ezekiel 20-48 (Volume 29):
God was always faithful in honoring his covenant with Israel. But when the chosen …
About Jeremiah 1-25 (Volume 26):
This volume of the Word Biblical Commentary series is a fitting tribute to the renowned Bible scholar Dr….
About Isaiah 1-33 - Revised Edition (Volume 24) and Isaiah 34-66 - Revised Edition (Volume 25):
Dr. Watts has revisited this work he produced …
About Song of Songs / Lamentations (Volume 23b):
The powerful poetry of the Song of Songs and Lamentations gives voice to opposite feelings: the …
About Ecclesiastes (Volume 23a):
Like no other biblical book, Ecclesiastes presents a vivid depiction of earthly struggle and human experience….
About Proverbs (Volume 22):
A well-respected scholar, Murphy has written extensively on wisdom literature. He brings his mature reflections to bear …
About Psalms 1-50 - 2nd Edition (Volume 19):
Peter Craigie demonstrates in this commentary that the biblical psalms express “the most profound of …
About Job 1-20 (Volume 17):
Cline’s masterful exposition of Job consistently maintains an alertness to both the windings of its arguments and the …
About Ezra / Nehemiah (Volume 16):
Williamson, an excellent evangelical scholar, has written a very good and comprehensive commentary on Ezra and …
About 2 Chronicles (Volume 15):
Dillard’s commentary on 2 Chronicles is a superb treatment of the book. His analysis of the theological message …
About 1 Chronicles (Volume 14):
Roddy Braun continues this with his excellent treatment of 1 Chronicles. Braun provides a helpful discussion of all …
About 2 Kings (Volume 13):
This work on 2 Kings by T. R. Hobbs begins with a detailed introduction discussing the structure, date, authorship and …
About 1 Kings - 2nd Edition (Volume 12):
In this commentary, Dr. DeVries gives a thorough overview of the world of 1 Kings: its geography, culture, …
About 2 Samuel (Volume 11):
Anderson approaches the Book of 2 Samuel, the story of Israel’s great king, David, as a central book in Scripture….
About 1 Samuel (Volume 10):
This volume on 1 Samuel by Ralph Klein begins with an introductory section which discusses the origins of the book as …
About Ruth / Esther (Volume 09):
They are the only books in the Bible named after women---one who stood in the line of David and Jesus, and one who …
About Joshua (Volume 07):
This work on Joshua by Butler begins with introductory material concerning date and authorship of the book, as well as …
About Deuteronomy 1:1-21:9 (Volume 06a) and Deuteronomy 21:10-34:12 (Volume 06b):
The book of Deuteronomy has been studied as a compilation of three …
About Numbers (Volume 05):
This volume on Numbers by Philip Budd begins with an introduction which includes articles on authorship, origins and …
About Leviticus (Volume 04):
Although it is at the heart of the Pentateuch, the book of Leviticus is sometimes dismissed as dry and legalistic …
About Exodus (Volume 03):
This volume on Exodus by Durham begins with the text and historicity of the book as well as a discussion of past …
About Genesis 1-15 (Volume 01) and Genesis 16-50 (Volume 02):
Out of his extensive examination of Genesis, Dr. Wenham has produced a careful …
This thorough commentary presents a coherent reading of 1 Corinthians, taking full account of its Old Testament and Jewish roots and demonstrating Paul’s …
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