Explore the book of Daniel from a Wesleyan perspective. Ideal for scholars, pastors, students, and laity, this reference features a contemporary, readable style; convenient introductory material; verse-by-verse exploration in light of the original language; explanations for background elements, meanings, and relatable applications; helpful sidebars for definitions and archaeological connections; and an expanded bibliography. 288 pages, softcover from Beacon Hill.
Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 288 Vendor: Beacon Hill Press Publication Date: 2009 Dimensions: 9.00 X 6.00 (inches)
The New Beacon Bible Commentary is an engaging, indispensable reference tool to aid individuals in every walk of life in the study and meditation of God's Word. Written from the Wesleyan theological perspective, it offers insight and perceptive scholarship to help you unlock the deeper truths of Scripture and garner an awareness of the history, culture, and context attributed to each book of study. Readable, relevant, and academically thorough, it offers scholars, pastors, and laity a new standard for understanding and interpreting the Bible in the 21st century.
Each volume features:
Completely new scholarship from notable experts in the Wesleyan tradition
Introductory material including information on authorship, date, history, audience, sociological/cultural issues, purpose, literary features, theological themes, hermeneutical issues, and more.
Clear, verse-by-verse explanations, which offer a contemporary, Wesleyan-based understanding derived from the passage's original language
Comprehensive annotation divided into three sections, which cover background elements behind the text; verse-by-verse details and meanings found in the text; and significance, relevance, intertextuality, and application from the text
Helpful sidebars, which provide deeper insight into theological issues, word meanings, archeological connections, historical relevance, cultural customs, etc.
Expanded bibliography for further study of historical elements, additional interpretations, and theological themes