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These three short prophetic books of the Old Testament each contain a dual message. On one hand are messages of impending judgment—for all peoples on the Day of the …
The Gospel of John is a genuine literary masterpiece. In the first instance it is simple, accessible, clear, and easily applicable. In the second instance, it is …
The prophets Jonah, Nahum, Habakkuk, and Zephaniah all spoke to a nation that had to deal with violent enemies. While Jonah took his message to the city of Nineveh, the …
Reading Joshua can be a jarring experience. Serious, troubling questions about God's attitude toward his created peoples arise, questions with no easy answer. But the …
In Judges & Ruth [NIVAC] OT scholar K. Lawson Younger leads us through some of the most exciting, inspiring, troubling, disappointing, and profound stories from the …
As Burge shows in this commentary, the Johannine community was struggling with internal theological threats that can only be called heretical. "Threats that were once …
In Leviticus, Numbers [NIVAC], Roy Gane explains how Leviticus and Numbers tell of an epic journey to freedom, while illuminating an ancient conception of God and …
Darrell Bock, author of Luke [NIVAC], is a cutting edge and very popular evangelical scholar known for strong conservative stances on biblical authority, historicity of …
In Mark [NIVAC] awar-winning commentator David Garland brings this fast moving, action packed narrative of the shortest Gospel to life while interpreting it with …
Matthew, the most Jewish of the four gospels, has as its overarching theme the kingdom of God and Jesus as its king. Michael. J. Wilkins illuminates lessons from three …
The letter to the Philippians is one of the most quotable and memorable of Paul's epistles. Written from prison, Paul provides exhortation, theological instruction, and …
In Proverbs [NIVAC] OT scholar Paul Koptak shows us that true wisdom, the kind that begins with fear of the Lord, frequently runs counter to what our culture values and …
Perhaps more clearly than any other part of the biblical canon, the Psalms are human words directed toward God. Yet, through the Holy Spirit, these honest, sometimes …
The book of Revelation has been the subject of endless speculation, study, and debate. Indeed, discussion about the book is so overwhelming one often feels like simply …
Romans [NIVAC] by leading Pauline scholar Douglas J. Moo is his first of two major commentaries on this preeminent Pauline epistle. Moo, a scholar who holds to the …
The letters of 1 and 2 Peter and of Jude come from a time in Christian history about which we know little; thus they represent rare voices from a crucial time in …
I and II Thessalonians are letters written to the first, and then subsequent, generations of Christian communities in Thessalonica and the wider church. As our earliest …
The Pastoral Epistles present difficult questions for the modern interpreter, including such matters as their authorship, literary characteristics, and social …
The New Testament's three letters attributed to John have always provided remarkable theological riches for the Christian tradition, including the assertion “God is …
This commentary on II Corinthians in the New Testament Library continues the exemplary quality of the series. Frank Matera provides a commentary that is a close study o …
Highly respected scholar Carl R. Holladay offers an in-depth critical commentary on the book of Acts in this new work from the acclaimed New Testament Library series. …
The letter to the Colossians offers great insight into the faith, life, and problems of an early Christian church. Understanding this letter to be one of Paul's prison …
Even though it was written some two millennia ago, Ephesians still speaks to Christians today in themes quite familiar to the modern reader. In a context where the …
This commentary in the New Testament Library series is not a systematic study of Pauline theology; rather, the aim of this study is to trace Paul's theology as it …
This volume of the New Testament Library offers a thorough and careful commentary on the complicated book of Hebrews, showing its meaning within the context of ancient …
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