Oswalt, who has written multiple major commentaries on Isaiah, here skillfully sorts through the complex historical details and the timeless prophecies Isaiah made in light of his circumstances. He then brilliantly applies them to the contemporary world.
Pate's volume on Romans will inform and inspire teachers and students. It will help them understand the context, structure, and relevance of Romans as it applies to our lives today. The Teach the Text Commentary series gives pastors the best of biblical scholarship and helps teachers move seamlessly from the meaning of the text to its effective communication.
Pastor and teacher Ray Ortlund unpacks the book of Proverbs in twenty-one straightforward sermons. He provides a biblical worldview on everything from money, sex, and power, to the daily routines of ordinary life.
Offering careful translation of the Hebrew and Greek texts, section-by-section discussions of the text, footnotes detailing textual and translation issues, select bibliographies, and thorough introductions, the New International Commentary series is an indispensable resource.
The First and Second Epistles to the Thessalonians by Leon Morris has been re-issued as an independent commentary. Morris argues that these letters--like no other Pauline writings-- reveal Paul's missionary fervor, methods, and expectations.