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Understanding the Bible Commentary (OT & NT)

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The Understanding the Bible Series was previously published as the New International Biblical Commentary. See blog post on the update.

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Each volume in the Understanding the Bible Commentary Series breaks down the barriers between the ancient and modern worlds so that the power and meaning of the biblical texts become transparent to contemporary readers. They present a careful section-by-section exposition of the biblical books with key terms and phrases highlighted and all Greek transliterated. Notes at the close of each chapter provide additional textual and technical comments for those who want to dig deeper. A bibliography as well as Scripture and subject indexes are also included. Pastors, students, and Bible teachers will find in this series a commitment to accessibility without sacrificing serious scholarship.

This products covers the entire Old and New Testament with 18 OT volumes and 18 NT volumes.

  • Genesis - John E. Hartley (2000/2012)
  • Exodus - James K. Bruckner (2008/2012)
  • Leviticus, Numbers - W. H. Bellinger Jr. (1995/2012)
  • Deuteronomy - Christopher J. H. Wright (1994/2012)
  • Joshua, Judges, Ruth - J. Gordon Harris, Cheryl A. Brown, Michael S. Moore (1995/2012)
  • 1 & 2 Samuel - Mary J. Evans (1995/2012)
  • 1 & 2 Kings - Iain W. Provan (1995/2012)
  • 1 & 2 Chronicles - Louis C. Jonker (2013)
  • Ezra, Nehemiah, Esther - Leslie C. Allen, Timothy S. Laniak (1995/2012)
  • Job - Gerald H. Wilson (2007/2012)
  • Psalms - Craig C. Broyles (1999/2012)
  • Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, Song of Songs - Roland E. Murphy, Elizabeth Huwiler (1995/2012)
  • Isaiah - John Goldingay (1995/2012)
  • Jeremiah, Lamentations - Tremper Longman III (2008/2012)
  • Ezekiel - Steven Tuell (2008/2012)
  • Daniel - William B. Nelson (2013)
  • Minor Prophets I - Elizabeth Achtemeier (1995/2012) (Hosea, Joel, Amos, Obadiah, Jonah, and Micah)
  • Minor Prophets II - John Goldingay, Pamela J. Scalise (2009/2012) (Nahum, Habakkuk, Zephaniah, Haggai, Zechariah, and Malachi)

 

  • Matthew - Robert H. Mounce (1991/2011)
  • Mark - Larry W. Hurtado (1989/2011)
  • Luke - Craig A. Evans (1990/2011)
  • John - J. Ramsey Michaels (1989/2011)
  • Acts - David J. Williams (1990/2011)
  • Romans - James R. Edwards (1992/2011)
  • 1 Corinthians - Marion L. Soards (1999/2011)
  • 2 Corinthians - James M. Scott (1998/2011)
  • Galatians - L. Ann Jervis (1999/2011)
  • Ephesians, Colossians, Philemon - Arthur G. Patzia (1990/2011)
  • Philippians - F. F. Bruce (1989/2011)
  • 1 & 2 Thessalonians - David J. Williams (1992/2011)
  • 1 & 2 Timothy, Titus - Gordon D. Fee (1988/2011)
  • Hebrews - Donald A. Hagner (1990/2011)
  • James - Peter H. Davids (1989/2011)
  • 1 & 2 Peter, Jude - Norman Hillyer (1992/2011)
  • 1, 2 & 3 John - Thomas F. Johnson (1993/2011)
  • Revelation - Robert W. Wall (1991/2011)

Understanding the Bible Commentary Series
Old Testament Series (18 Volumes)
New Testament Series (18 Volumes)
• General Editors: W. Ward Gasque, Robert L. Hubbard Jr., Robert K. Johnston
• Publisher: Baker Books (2011 / 2012)

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October 13, 2015  |  7:03 PM   |    Good (4)
Thanks Daniel - I had no idea of the history. I always thought NIBC was top-notch, having compared a couple of NT volumes with similar series (Tyndale is probably the closest equivalent in my opinion).

But adding in the OT, especially the minor prophets, makes this an incredibly good, very accessible for every level, whole-Bible series.
October 6, 2015  |  5:13 PM   |    Good (4)
This series has a long story... Started in the 1980s by Harper and Row as the "Good News Commentary" a NT commentary series, it went to Hendrickson which relabeled it the New International Biblical Commentary and had the authors completely revised and updated the volumes to be based on the NIV rather than the "Good News Bible" they completed the NT series and started the OT series. The NIBC progress seemed to stall and the series went onto Baker who renamed it the Understanding the Bible series and published the remaining OT volumes. I tell it's long story not to bore but to show the history of this fine work.

This series of commentaries offers a massive amount of insight to help you study the scriptures. Like all series it has stronger and weaker volumes but it well worth having and provides scholar and laymen alike solid information to understand context and what the Bible is saying to us. It doesn't go into the depth you would find in some of the more scholarly texts but offers ...
This series has a long story... Started in the 1980s by Harper and Row as the "Good News Commentary" a NT commentary series, it went to Hendrickson which relabeled it the New International Biblical Commentary and had the authors completely revised and updated the volumes to be based on the NIV rather than the "Good News Bible" they completed the NT series and started the OT series. The NIBC progress seemed to stall and the series went onto Baker who renamed it the Understanding the Bible series and published the remaining OT volumes. I tell it's long story not to bore but to show the history of this fine work.

This series of commentaries offers a massive amount of insight to help you study the scriptures. Like all series it has stronger and weaker volumes but it well worth having and provides scholar and laymen alike solid information to understand context and what the Bible is saying to us. It doesn't go into the depth you would find in some of the more scholarly texts but offers great insight and would make a solid commentary to be your starting point in exploring the Bible.