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Apollos Old Testament Commentary (10 Volumes) CROSSGRADE

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$87.25   |   Full Version: Apollos OTC-10 ($349.00)
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The Apollos Old Testament Commentary (AOTC) aims to take with equal seriousness the divine and human aspects of Scripture. It expounds the books of the Old Testament in a scholarly manner accessible to non-experts, and it shows the relevance of the Old Testament to modern readers. Written by an international team of scholars and edited by David W. Baker and Gordon J. Wenham, these commentaries are intended to serve the needs of those who preach from the Old Testament, as well as scholars and all serious students of the Bible.

The AOTC series introduces and examines the books of the Old Testament, bridging the gap between the age in which they were written and the age in which we now read them. Each commentary begins with an Introduction which gives an overview of the issues of date, authorship, sources, and outlines the theology of the book, providing pointers towards its interpretation and contemporary application. An annotated Translation of the Hebrew text by the author forms the basis for the subsequent commentary.

Within the commentary, Form and Structure sections examine the context, rhetorical devices, and source and form-critical issues of each passage. Comment sections offer thorough, detailed exegesis of the historical and theological meaning of each passage, and Explanation sections offer a full exposition of the theological message within the framework of biblical theology and a commitment to the inspiration and authority of the Old Testament.

Volumes include:

  • Exodus by T. Desmond Alexander (2017)
  • Leviticus by Nobuyoshi Kiuchi (2007)
  • Deuteronomy by J. G. McConville (2002)
  • Joshua by Pekka M.A. Pitkänen (2010)
  • Ruth by L. Daniel Hawk (2015)
  • 1 & 2 Samuel by David G. Firth (2009)
  • 1 & 2 Kings by Lissa M. Wray Beal (2014)
  • Ecclesiastes & The Song of Songs by Daniel C. Fredericks and Daniel J. Estes (2010)
  • Daniel by Ernest Lucas (2002)
  • Haggai, Zechariah & Malachi by Anthony R. Petterson (2015)

Apollos Old Testament Commentary (10 Volumes)
• Series Editors: David W. Baker and Gordon J. Wenham 
• Publisher: InterVarsity Press


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July 13, 2020  | 12:21 PM   |    Fantastic (5)
The Apollos Old Testament Commentary (10 vols.) is distinguished by its devotedly Christian approach to scripture while at the same time being thoroughly conversant with the broader field of biblical scholarship. This is what I love about it. To compare it to other commentary series, it is more like the Word Biblical Comentary than Anchor Bible, Zondervan Exegetical, or Crossway Expositional Commentary. It is more IBR and less TGC. The Accordance implementation of the series is fantastic, like the rest of their digital editions.

I wrote a longer review here: