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Gordon D. Fee’s commentary on Philippians, was the first in the new format under his editorship of the New International Commentary on the New Testament. This series …
When first published, this volume on Revelation by Robert H. Mounce was widely praised as a standard commentary on the Apocalypse. In this new edition, now based on …
The original Acts volume was first published in 1954. In 1988, being faithful to the description new in the series title, F.F. Bruce undertook a chapter-by-chapter …
The author of the Epistle of James, a letter distinguished for its passionate commitment to Jewish Christianity, has been dubbed "the Amos of the new covenant." As a …
While based on a thorough study of the Greek text, the commentary introductions and expositions contain a minimum of Greek references. The NICNT authors evaluate …
This commentary by Gareth Lee Cockerill offers fresh insight into the Epistle to the Hebrews, a well-constructed sermon that encourages its hearers to persevere despite …
F.F. Bruce enlightens both scholar and layperson In this masterful commentary on Hebrews, part of the New International Commentary on the New Testament series published …
Paul’s letter to the Romans has been called “the quintessence and perfection of saving doctrine.” Perhaps the most challenging and thoroughly doctrinal book of the …
This valued commentary on John’s three epistles by I. Howard Marshall adds to the New International Commentary on the New Testament, published by Eerdmans which was “… …
F.F. Bruce covers the books of Ephesians, Colosssians, and Philemon in depth, in this important addition to the New International Commentary on the New Testament series …
In this commentary Gordon Fee aims first and foremost to offer a fresh exposition of the text of 1 and 2 Thessalonians. He shows the reader what is in the biblical …
Peter H. Davids contributes this volume on First Peter to the New International Commentary on the New Testament, published by Eerdmans which was … undertaken to …
Incorporating the best elements of previous works, this replacement volume in the New International Commentary on the New Testament offers a readable, verse-by-verse …
This highly rated commentary by Leon Morris on John’s Gospel is now out of print. It was an early volume in the New International Commentary on the New Testament series …
In this detailed, elegantly written commentary J. Ramsey Michaels gives primary attention to the Gospel of John in its present form rather than to the sources or …
Looking for a fresh perspective on Luke’s Gospel? You'll find it in this addition to the NICNT. Green’s incisive analysis explores Luke’s use of narrative genre, the …
“Dr. Lane is known in scholarly circles… (and) as joint-author… of the volume The New Testament Speaks (New York: Harper & Row, 1969). But the writing of this …
“It is a special pleasure to introduce R. T. (Dick) France’s commentary to the pastoral and scholarly community, who should find it a truly exceptional — and helpful …
Pastors and scholars have often found the letter of James particularly vexing both to interpret and to apply. Scot McKnight's commentary expounds James both in its …
The most accessible, most broadly pitched full-length commentary on Timothy and Titus, this NICNT volume explores Paul's three letters to Timothy and Titus within …
This excellent commentary on 2 Corinthians by Paul Barnett illumines the historical background of the church at Corinth and clarifies the meaning of Paul’s p …
Relationships are a wonderful, mysterious, often elusive, sometimes painful part of the human experience. The most intimate of all human relationships, according …
Each commentary of this series opens with an introduction to the biblical book, looking especially at questions concerning its background, authorship, date, …
Ecclesiastes is one of the most fascinating -- and hauntingly familiar -- books of the Old Testament. The sentiments of the main speaker of the book, a person …
“Block’s aim is to make the book of Ezekiel ‘understandable and meaningful for contemporary readers’ by considering questions ‘students of Scripture’ would ask …
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