Hebrews: Hermeneia, A Critical nd Historical Commentary on the Bible
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This is a highly in-depth, technical commentary from a liberal theological perspective. It is a critical and historical commentary which is very well documented and technical. There is a detailed exposition in a verse by verse format. There is much material here which is of use to liberal students and scholars as well as evangelical.
Qoheleth: Hermeneia, a Critical and Historical Commentary on the BibleThomas KrugerFortress Press / 2003 / Hardcover$44.49 Retail:
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The Critical Edition of Q: Hermeneia, a Critical and Historical Commentary on the BibleJames M. Robinson, John S. Kloppenborg, Paul HoffmanFortress Press / 2000 / Hardcover$66.99 Retail:
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Buddy Boone4 Stars Out Of 5March 18, 2003Buddy BooneI must admit that I had serious reservations about using this commentary since it was written by a member of the "Jesus Seminar." However, after using it in a number of studies in Hebrews, I must now admit that it is extremely helpful. It is easy to read for the informed layman and is a goldmine for Greek students. Pastors and teachers will appreciate Attridge's wide knowledge of extra-biblical resources that help understand the original situation. If Attridge is as skeptical of the text of scripture as most other members of the "Jesus Seminar," it does not show up in this commentary. I wonder if Attridge has really adopted the skeptical presuppositions of the seminar, or if he is simply an interested member. At any rate, this commentary was very helpful in my Hebrews studies, along with Lane, Koester and Ellingworth.
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