The Bible Knowledge Commentary: Old & New Testament, 2 Volumes
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Overview of the Bible Knowledge Commentary:
- Theologically conservative (Evangelical)
- Based on the New International Version (NIV)
- Mainly a section-by-section commentary, with a good amount of verse-by-verse commentary as well
- Non-technical (all original languages are transliterated)
- Designed for all Christian students and learners
- Introduction, outline, commentary and bibliography for each book of the Bible
- Explanations of problem passages, alleged discrepancies, customs, geographical locations, and key Greek, Hebrew and Aramaic words
- Numerous maps, charts and diagrams for easy reference
- A presentation of each book's argument, and how that book's purpose unfolds and develops
- Numerous cross-references to parallel topics and passages
Number of Pages: 2580
Vendor: David C. Cook
Publication Date: 1989
|Dimensions: 9.50 X 6.25 (inches)|
Availability: In Stock
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none5 Stars Out Of 5Bible Knowledge CommentaryApril 19, 2016noneQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5An excellent source of information for Ministers / Sunday School Teacher. Highly recommended by this reviewer.
Jim5 Stars Out Of 5Awesome CommentaryFebruary 5, 2016JimQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5After consulting many pastors including our own, and reviewing the many suggested books by stopping by the Trinity library, THIS struck me as a tool we need in our walk! My wife and I have been reading the Bible a chapter a night for just over a year now and this latest addition to our nightly reading has really allowed the Word to come alive! To really understand what one is reading in the Bible, you need to understand the context to which it was written. Further, one needs to understand and look through eyes of the "time" and not through our current times of wants and "needs" in the western world. We also use two other commentaries so our evening Bible study has turned in to a good hour every night. What a way to end a day after the job shifts have ended, the kids have gone to bed, the dishes and laundry are done and you can spend an evening in prayer, reading and steeping in the Word with your best friend!
revtdh5 Stars Out Of 5The Best Out thereSeptember 16, 2015revtdhQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5These are by far the best commentaries out there. They got me through bible college and I still use them to teach bible study and Sunday School.
Dustin4 Stars Out Of 5The Bible Knowledge Commentary setJanuary 22, 2015DustinQuality: 5Value: 4Meets Expectations: 4Great commentary set for the student of the bible. However this commentary tends to hold to a dispensation pertaining to premillennialism.
jeffAsheville, NCAge: 35-44Gender: male5 Stars Out Of 5awesome commentary!!!December 28, 2014jeffAsheville, NCAge: 35-44Gender: maleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5This commentary is awesome! Written by the professors from Dallas Theology Seminary, several different authors. features: maps, charts, great theology such as salvation by grace through faith, pre-tribulation rapture, 1000 year reign of Christ. concise commentary with hebrew and greek words, usually meaty but at times real concise. I place this set up there with Matthew Henrey and Weirsbe; and have used it to make sunday school lessons quite often for my collage level class. based on the niv, i am a KJV person but this generally dont pose an issue.
Q: Does this commentary approach Genesis from a young earth creation perspective?
Three views of the creation time line are presented, but the young Earth theory is favored amongst them.