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Why do the books of Samuel pack such broad appeal? Taken together as a single narrative, they certainly offer something for everyone: kings and prophets, great battles …
1&2 Thessalonians [NIVAC] by Michael W. Holmes presents what are perhaps Paul's most unique letters with stunning historical clarity. Holmes, also a scholar of the …
1&2 Timothy and Titus [NIVAC] shows us that Paul dealt with as many challenges complications, and doctrinal issues as those faced by modern pastors, mentors, and …
Although separated by nearly two thousand years of history, there are many similarities between the church in Corinth and the world of today. As we read Paul's first …
Scot McKnight has emerged as one of the most popular and influential NT scholars of the last decade. His popular blog (Jesus Creed) attracts thousands of daily readers, …
The second letter Paul addressed to the eminently troubled church in Corinth is the most ministerially difficult and personally complex of all Paul's letters. It brims …
In 2 Peter & Jude [NIVAC] Douglas Moo unpacks a surprising number of insights and practical lessons from two of the New Testament's least used and most underrated …
In Acts [NIVAC], experienced international church planter and NT scholar Ajith Fernando brings both his outstanding scholarship and church planting experience to bear o …
The letters to the Colossians and to Philemon pose to us a number of intriguing questions, both from the text itself and the historical circumstances of the letters …
In Daniel [NIVAC] one of this generations leading OT scholars, Tremper Longman III, sheds light on Daniel's life as a counselor to the great king Nebuchadnezzar. He …
In Deuteronomy Daniel Block highlights the unity between the God depicted in Deuteronomy and Jesus Christ. He accomplishes this by examining the book--as all volumes in …
Ecclesiastes and Song of Songs have always presented particular challenges to their readers, especially if those readers are seeking to understand them as part of …
In Ephesians [NIVAC] Klyne Snodgrass shows us how Ephesians is not just a call for us to do certain things, and live in certain ways--though it certainly includes …
In Esther [NIVAC], Karen Jobes is our guide for an insightful and unexpected look at the book of Esther--a book brimming with practical lessons, but seemingly without a …
Exodus [NIVAC], written by Pete Enns, a highly original and sometimes provocative thinker, draws on the immense uncertainty faced by the Israelites as they left their …
When you are attempting to understand a book as enigmatic and as flatly strange as Ezekiel, you want a skill experienced guide who maintains a firm doctrinal grounding. …
Scot McKnight has emerged as one of the most popular and influential NT scholars of the last decade. His popular blog attracts thousands of daily readers, and his books …
Genesis [NIVAC] traces God's mastery in creation, covenant, and history while applying the lessons learned to modern Christian life. Preeminent scholar John Walton, the …
The books of Haggai and Zechariah are rarely recognized for the formative role they play in Israel's history and the New Testament understanding of Christ.

In Haggai, …
In Hebrews [NIVAC] NT Scholar George H. Guthrie shows how this enigmatic letter powerfully presented the Gospel in its own first-century context by examining its m …
What would Hosea, Amos, and Micah say if they came to today's church or saw what was happening in modern culture? Hosea would find prostitution, Amos would find the p …
It seems that every commentary series produces one truly great classic commentary. While the NIVAC series has produced many wonderful volumes, none compares to the over …
In James [NIVAC] David Nystrom treats what is arguably the most challenging call for discipleship in the New Testament. But such a call raises many questions. Why does …
Jeremiah & Lamentations [NIVAC] treats readers to the excellent compositional skills and exceptional scholarly acumen and judgment of J. Andrew Dearman. Dearman …
The title character of the book of Job suffers terribly, but we should not mistakenly think that this book is just about Job. According to insightful, ground-breaking …
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