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4 Stars Out Of 5
November 15, 2006
Dunn does a good job dealing with the Greek text and building upon what other authors have contributed. One problem I had with the commentary was Dunn's understanding that there was little to nothing of the "Colossian heresy," which is rather divergent from most commentators.
A very good commentary on the epistle to the Colossians and Philippians, and can be ranked alongside the one by Petr Pokorn. In Colossians one gains a valuable insight to the Christians during the first century in Asia Minor, and Dunn points out that this letter is an important stage in the development of Pauline theology. The letter to Philemon is the only personal letter in the New Testament. Dunn provides a very detailed exposition on both books, and you do not have to be a master of the Greek to read it. Like all the other volumes in the set, it is a must for anybody who wants to get a better understanding of the books of the New Testament. I strongly recommend it.