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The Anchor Yale Bible is a project of international and interfaith scope in which Protestant, Catholic, and Jewish scholars from many countries contribute individual …
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 …
The Anchor Yale Bible is a project of international and interfaith scope in which Protestant, Catholic, and Jewish scholars from many countries contribute individual …
Hermeneia OT Commentary Set (21 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 …
Hermeneia2-Pseudepigrapha |

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The Pseudepigrapha Hermeneia module includes these complete commentaries:
1 Enoch 1: A Commentary on the Book of 1 Enoch, Chapters 1–36; 81–108 - George W. E. …
Hermeneia2-Old Testament |

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The Old Testament Hermeneia module includes these complete commentaries:
1 Chronicles - Ralph W. Klein 2 Chronicles - Ralph W. Klein Psalms 2: A Commentary on …
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In this 3-volume set, David Aune extensively annotates the translation of the text with his illuminating insights into the variant readings and the …
About 1, 2, 3 John - Revised (Volume 51):
Dr. Smalley’s exhaustive commentary on the Greek text of the letters of John argues that they, together with the Fourth G …
About 2 Peter and Jude (Volume 50):
This commentary on Jude and the second letter of Peter is written with scholarly and technical expertise by Richard Bauckham. The …
About 1 Peter (Volume 49):
First Peter is often neglected as insignificant compared to Paul’s letters. J. Ramsey Michaels in-depth treatment establishes 1 Peter as a …
About James (Volume 48):
In this volume in the Word Biblical Commentary, Ralph Martin contributes to our understanding of faith and works, salvation and ethics, gospel …
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One of the most popular volumes in the Word Biblical Commentary! The Book of Hebrews is saturated with Old Testament imagery and types as the author …
About Pastoral Epistles (Volume 46):
Regarded as a unique window on early church practices, the Pastoral Epistles are the subject of intense debate concerning their …
About 1 & 2 Thessalonians (Volume 45):
In this volume F. F. Bruce sets the Thessalonian epistles against their contemporary background and reflects the skills of a …
About Colossians / Philemon (Volume 44):
In this commentary, Peter T. O’Brien offers an exegetical, theological and analytical commentary based on the Greek text of …
About Philippians - Revised (Volume 43):
This commentary offers the most complete, up-to-date scholarly research into Philippians and its significance for today. …
About Ephesians (Volume 42):
In this full-length critical commentary on the Greek text of Ephesians, Andrew Lincoln offers new ways of appreciating this great epistle. …
About Galatians (Volume 41):
This commentary is based on the Greek text but is still accessible to those who are not proficient in Greek. It is particularly strong on …
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In these volumes in the Word Biblical Commentary, Dunn preserves the overall sweep of Paul’s thought and emphasizes Paul’s Jewish background as …
About John - 2nd Edition (Volume 36):
In this revised volume on John, Beasley-Murray firmly confronts the historical and theological concerns raised by the Fourth G …
About Luke 1-9:20 (Volume 35a):
Treating Luke’s Gospel as a theological treatise rather than as a biography, Nolland gauges Luke’s effectiveness in presenting the g …
About Mark 1-8:26 (Volume 34a):
In the first of two volumes on Mark, Dr. Guelich takes a two-fold approach. First, he seeks to understand the material of Mark’s Gospel …
About Matthew 1-13 (Volume 33a):
Bringing his textual skills and insights to bear on the ten year task of crafting this commentary, Dr. Hagner helps his readers to see …
About Micah-Malachi (Volume 32):
In this commentary, Dr. Ralph Smith explains the book’s original setting and primary meaning of the language as the prophets warn and …
About Hosea-Jonah (Volume 31):
One of the finer commentaries in the set, Tremper Longman has this to say about it: “This is one of the best recent commentaries on the …
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