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Hermeneia Commentary Set (48 Volumes)

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Hermeneia—A Critical and Historical Commentary on the Bible:
Unique, authoritative, and indispensable, the Hermeneia series from Augsburg Fortress has in a generation produced many of the most influential and informative commentaries on the Bible in the English language. This edition includes 48 published volumes. For convenience of use, the volumes are divided into 8 modules, which are all included in the price of the set.

Advanced Accordance features enable any scholar or teacher to:

  • navigate and search the text of all Hermeneia volumes
  • move seamlessly and accurately between Hermeneia and any other Accordance resources
  • view the commentary in parallel with any Bible texts.

This set includes five recently released volumes (2 Chronicles, Psalms 3, 2 Maccabees, 1 Enoch 2, and Luke 3).  Users who previously purchased the 43-volume Hermeneia Set can update to this 48-volume set through this upgrade page.

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Also available: Hermeneia Old Testament Set and Hermeneia New Testament Set.

Included Modules

The following modules and groups are included when you purchase this package. For details click the Title.

Hermeneia AF
Hermeneia AT
Hermeneia NT2
Hermeneia OT2
Hermeneia Q
Hermeneia2 NT
Hermeneia2 OT
Hermeneia2 PS


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December 29, 2013  |  5:41 PM  |  Mediocre (2)
I must say that I have been disappointed by this collection -- especially given its price. I would have expected it to include a commentary on every book of the Bible, but it does not.

For instance, I just went to consult Hermeneia on Ephesians, and I found it does not include a commentary of that book! Scanning for other omissions, I did not see anything on 2 Peter, Jude, or Revelation.

I have had a similar experience with finding glaring omissions in the OT. Having Q, AF, and AT is nice, but really? Shouldn't a $800, 48-volume set include every book within the Canon first!?