NICOT: The Book of Proverbs, I and II, by Bruce K. Waltke (2004/2005)
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Over twenty-five years in the making, this much-anticipated commentary promises to be the standard study of Proverbs for years to come. Written by eminent Old Testament scholar Bruce Waltke, this two-volume commentary is unquestionably the most comprehensive work on Proverbs available.
Grounded in the new literary criticism that has so strengthened biblical interpretation of late, Waltke’s commentary on Proverbs demonstrates the profound, ongoing relevance of this Old Testament book for Christian faith and life. A thorough introduction addresses such issues as text and versions, structure, authorship, and theology. The detailed commentary itself explains and elucidates Proverbs as “theological literature.” Waltke’s highly readable style — evident even in his original translation of the Hebrew text — makes his scholarly work accessible to teachers, pastors, Bible students, and general readers alike.
- The Book of Proverbs (Chapters 1-15) (2004)
- The Book of Proverbs (Chapters 15-31) (2005)
- Series Name: New International Commentary on the Old Testament (NICOT)
- Editors: R. K. Harrison, Robert L. Hubbard Jr.
- Authors: Bruce K. Waltke
- Publisher: Wm. B. Eerdmans
- ISBN: 0-8028-2545-1, 0-8028-2776-4
- # of Pages: 639, 536
- Bible Book: Proverbs
- Level: Academic, Semi-technical, Student
- Tradition: Evangelical
- Categories: Commentary Volumes
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