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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 produced many of the most influential and informative commentaries on the Bible in the English language.
This edition includes 49 published volumes. For convenience of use, the volumes are divided into 8 modules, which are all included in the price of the set. Modules included:
- Old Testament Volumes
- Hermeneia2 OT - 18 Old Testament volumes
- Hermeneia OT2 - Parallel Old Testament volume
- Hermeneia2 PS - Pseudepigrapha
- New Testament Volumes
- Hermeneia NT-20 - 20 New Testament volumes
- Hermeneia NT2 - Parallel New Testament volumes
- Hermeneia AF - Apostolic Fathers
- Hermeneia AT - Apostolic Tradition
- Hermeneia Q - Critical Edition of Q
Advanced Accordance features enable any scholar or teacher to:
- navigate and search the text of all Hermeneia volumes
- move seamlessly and accurately between Hermeneia and any other Accordance resources
- view the commentary in parallel with any Bible texts.
This set includes six recently released volumes (2 Chronicles, Psalms 3, 2 Maccabees, 1 Enoch 2, Luke 2 and Luke 3).
- Users who previously purchased the 43-volume Hermeneia set can update to this 49-volume set through this upgrade page.
- Users who previously purchased the 48-volume Hermeneia set can update to this 49-volume set through this upgrade page.
January 23, 2018 | 6:10 PM |
This is my favorite commentary series because the authors pay close attention to the original languages, textual criticism, and the literary and historical contexts. This series answers the questions I am asking more often than most others.
Obviously, because it’s multivolume, I don’t find every volume of the same value, but here are a few of my favorites: I absolutely love the Matthew, Mark, and Luke volumes, Romans, Hebrews, Daniel, Chronicles, and these are just the first ones that come to mind.
It is so convenient to have the Accordance version of the whole set with me at all times.
September 2, 2014 | 5:01 AM |
It is the most precious commentary I own.
It opens my eyes to new ideas and possibility. Often I dont like them, or I consider them wrong, but nevertheless they stretch my understanding of the Bible.
I like a lot some books of the set, and I love when they tell you the history of the interpretation of some passages i.e. parables.
Love it love it love it