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Expositor’s Bible Commentary (12 volumes)

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Seventy-eight renowned international evangelical scholars worked for eighteen years on the Gold Medallion Award-winning 12-volume Expositor’s Bible Commentary (EBC) to give you their best! This reference work provides pastors and other Bible students with a comprehensive and scholarly tool for the exposition of the Scriptures, and the teaching and proclamation of their message. Just click -- and clear biblical analysis appears side by side with any Bible text.

Additional articles expound 35 topics of interest to every Christian, such as the authority and inspiration of the Bible, Old Testament history, Jesus in the Gospels, archaeology, and more. Contributors include F. F. Bruce, Geoffrey W. Bromiley, Bruce K. Waltke, Walter C. Kaiser, Jr., Gleason L. Archer, Jr., Gordon D. Fee, William Sanford, and Edwin Yamauchi.

Volume listing:

  • Volume 1: Introductory Articles (General, OT, NT)
  • Volume 2: Genesis through Numbers
  • Volume 3: Deuteronomy through 2 Samuel
  • Volume 4: 1 Kings through Job
  • Volume 5: Psalms through Song of Songs
  • Volume 6: Isaiah through Ezekiel
  • Volume 7: Daniel and the Minor Prophets
  • Volume 8: Matthew, Mark, Luke
  • Volume 9: John, Acts
  • Volume 10: Romans through Galatians
  • Volume 11: Ephesians through Philemon
  • Volume 12: Hebrews through Revelation

You may also be interested in the fully revised version of the Expositor’s Bible Commentary. This announcement details the updates from the original version.

Expositor’s Bible Commentary
• Editor: Frank E. Gaebelein
• Publisher: Zondervan (1990)

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June 17, 2014  |  5:30 PM  |  Good (4)
I appreciate a lot its depth with simplicity and clear exposition. It goes to hebrew language without making me tired of it, and in a few lines it gives a lot of insight.
November 7, 2011  |  8:39 AM  |  Good (4)
The Expositor’s Bible Commentary is a 12 volume (in print) set of the entire OT and NT. In Accordance it is divided into two resources, the commentary and the notes. Unlike other commentaries, the notes section is where the more technical aspects of language and textual criticism are discussed. This allows for English only users to not have to deal at all with the more technical aspect of the commentary, an yet allows those interested to investigate those matters more deeply by referring to the EBC Notes module.
In theory this may be a good idea, but I find it less than ideal for my studies. I prefer not to have to reference two resources to get the complete entry on a pericope. This minor detail is however my only criticism of this set.
One of the best features of this set is the introductory material that would be missed if the user simply links the commentary to the biblical text in Accordance. There are 35 introductory articles written by some of the best scholars of t ...
The Expositor’s Bible Commentary is a 12 volume (in print) set of the entire OT and NT. In Accordance it is divided into two resources, the commentary and the notes. Unlike other commentaries, the notes section is where the more technical aspects of language and textual criticism are discussed. This allows for English only users to not have to deal at all with the more technical aspect of the commentary, an yet allows those interested to investigate those matters more deeply by referring to the EBC Notes module.
In theory this may be a good idea, but I find it less than ideal for my studies. I prefer not to have to reference two resources to get the complete entry on a pericope. This minor detail is however my only criticism of this set.
One of the best features of this set is the introductory material that would be missed if the user simply links the commentary to the biblical text in Accordance. There are 35 introductory articles written by some of the best scholars of the time. A few examples are: The Transmission and Translation of the Bible by F. F. Bruce; Textual Criticism of the Old Testament by Bruce Waltke; Theology of the Old Testament by Walter Kaiser; Textual Criticism of the New Testament by Gordon Fee and many more. These are outstanding resources in themselves.
The set is written from an evangelical/conservative perspective. Like all sets, there are some great and some average volumes. The commentary on Matthew is probably one of the best written on that book. The author, D. A. Carson, did a great job on this commentary, although it is longer than the other volumes in the set.
Lastly, the price of this commentary in Accordance makes it one of the most affordable. There is an Accordance Podcast that compares this commentary with the Tyndale that you should review if you are trying to decide which of these two affordable sets is best for you. Fortunately I have both. As commentary on the text, I prefer the Tyndale set, but I really appreciate the introductory material provided in the Expository Bible Commentary. Either way, you cannot go wrong.