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New American Commentary - New Testament (15 volumes)

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The New American Commentary series is an exceptionally acclaimed resource for ministers and Bible students who want to understand and expound the Scriptures. Notable features in each volume include:

  • Commentary based on the New International Version (NIV is available for unlocking on the CD-ROM).
  • Sound scholarly methodology reflecting capable research in the original languages.
  • Interpretation emphasizing the theological unity of each book and Scripture as a whole.
  • Readable and applicable exposition.

“The strength of The New American Commentary is that it genuinely focuses on what the text says. This does not mean that the authors are out of touch with the vast array of secondary literature; rather it means they are committed to putting first things first. Pastors and Bible teachers will be grateful for this resource for years to come.”—D.A. Carson, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School

“The scholarship behind The New American Commentary is first rate, but the books are written clearly enough for ordinary people to understand them....These books bring out something of the profound meaning of the original writers.”—Leon Morris, Melbourne, Australia

This module includes 15 published New Testament volumes with a print value of about $450.

In addition to this 15-volume set, the NAC series is available in the following formats:

The New American Commentary
• General Editor: E. Ray Clendenen
• Associate General Editor, OT: Kenneth A. Matthews
• Associate General Editor, NT: David S. Dockery
• Publisher: B & H Publishing Group

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December 5, 2011  |  1:37 AM  |  Good (4)
This commentary series from Broadman & Holman represents a conservative, evangelical viewpoint on biblical interpretation. The series is nearly complete, lacking volumes only on 1 Corinthians, Ephesians, Hebrews, and Revelation. The NAC attempts to strike a balance between detailed exegesis and contemporary application, and its target audience is especially pastors and Bible teachers. It is based on the New International Version. All technical commentary is placed in the footnotes.

The volumes in this series are generally good, though, like many commentary series, the quality is uneven. The volumes on 2 Corinthians and Philippians/Colossians/Philemon are very good; the volume on 1 & 2 Peter and Jude is outstanding. It is perhaps the best single volume available based on the English text of these general epistles. Polhill's work on Acts is thoroughly studies and thoughtfully presented. Other volumes, such as Borchert's 2-volume work on John's Gospel, are disappointing, a ...
This commentary series from Broadman & Holman represents a conservative, evangelical viewpoint on biblical interpretation. The series is nearly complete, lacking volumes only on 1 Corinthians, Ephesians, Hebrews, and Revelation. The NAC attempts to strike a balance between detailed exegesis and contemporary application, and its target audience is especially pastors and Bible teachers. It is based on the New International Version. All technical commentary is placed in the footnotes.

The volumes in this series are generally good, though, like many commentary series, the quality is uneven. The volumes on 2 Corinthians and Philippians/Colossians/Philemon are very good; the volume on 1 & 2 Peter and Jude is outstanding. It is perhaps the best single volume available based on the English text of these general epistles. Polhill's work on Acts is thoroughly studies and thoughtfully presented. Other volumes, such as Borchert's 2-volume work on John's Gospel, are disappointing, and readers would find better work in Pillar NTC and NICNT.

Overall, the NAC is a solid series, and it is especially suited for the busy pastor looking for a few reliable, accurate commentaries. I recommend it with the caution that not all volumes are of equal value, but the outstanding volumes outnumber the disappointing ones.