Old Testament For Everyone (17 Volumes) (Goldingay)
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Following on the heels of the successful New Testament for Everyone commentaries by acclaimed scholar and author N. T. Wright, Westminster John Knox is pleased to announce the all new Old Testament for Everyone Bible commentary series.
John Goldingay, an internationally respected Old Testament scholar, authors this ambitious series, treating every passage of Scripture from Genesis to Malachi, addressing the texts in such a way that even the most challenging passages are explained simply and concisely. Perfect for daily devotions, Sunday school prep, or brief visits with the Bible, the Old Testament for Everyone series is an excellent resource for the modern lay reader.
This product contains 17 volumes covering the entire Old Testament. Volumes included:
- Genesis, Part 1 (1-16)
- Genesis, Part 2 (17-50)
- Exodus and Leviticus
- Numbers and Deuteronomy
- Joshua, Judges, and Ruth
- 1 and 2 Samuel
- 1 and 2 Kings
- 1 and 2 Chronicles
- Ezra, Nehemiah, and Esther
- Psalms, Part 1 (1-72)
- Psalms, Part 2 (73-150)
- Proverbs, Ecclesiasts, and Song of Songs
- Lamentations and Ezekiel
- Daniel and the Twelve Prophets
For even more information, see this release announcement.
9/1/16 Update: The 2.0 update releases the two volumes for Lamentations/Ezekiel and Daniel/Twelve Prophets.
Old Testament for Everyone (17 volumes)
• Author: John Goldingay
• Publisher: Westminster John Knox Press
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Old Testament For Everyone (17 Volumes) (Goldingay) is included with the following packages:
May 30, 2016 | 5:12 PM |
John Goldingay is one of today's best Biblical scholars. He has turned this intellect to giving us a devotional commentary viewing the entire Old Testament. His warm style offers great insight not only from the text but from his personal life. Personal stories and examples helps us see the Bible text and how it can apply to our lives. He also offers us important information from the text to open up the text being discussed to us. One could hope for a little more depth at times but he has given us plenty to chew on. If you enjoy Wright's NT companion you will likely be very happy with Goldingay's offering.