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Vendor: David C. Cook
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Series: Bible Exposition Commentary
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none3 Stars Out Of 5the bible exposition commentary, 6 volumesFebruary 4, 2016noneQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5excellent price and well written
Mugg5 Stars Out Of 5Great BIBLE STUDYJanuary 22, 2016MuggQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Wonderful get them if you can Praise the Lord !
swalker7799St. LouisAge: 55-65Gender: Male5 Stars Out Of 5What a great addition to my bible studyJanuary 20, 2016swalker7799St. LouisAge: 55-65Gender: MaleQuality: 3Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Black Friday is when I pulled the trigger on the Exposition Commentary by Warren W. Wiersbe. I thought I was getting a $299 commentary for $39.99. So I was a little naive. The everyday price is $69.99. I received the 6 volume set in perfect condition: Hardcover, glued bindings and stiff heavy white pages. I don't think they would hold up to everyday use over an extended time, but on the other hand I do not handle many of my bible reference library (other than my bibles) books everyday so I am ok with that. I will be honest that I wanted want of those $600 full commentaries by theologians I have heard of. I had to google Warren W. Wiersbe to find out who he was. He was a 20th century theologian with a Baptist doctrinal background. He was also a prolific Christian writer. So for $40 I took a chance. I was very glad I did.
It just so happened that I started a new 2016 bible reading program beginning in Luke. I divided the 24 chapters into three 8 chapter segments. Each week day I would read one segment for couple of weeks which, if I didn't miss a day, would have me go through the entire book of Luke about 3 times. During my reading I had some questions pop up. Luke 24 narrates the "Road to Emmaus" story. At the end of the story the 2 on the Emmaus road with Jesus return to Jerusalem. Then someone says in verse 34 "The Lord has risen indeed and has appeared to Simon!" I was never sure in my reading who was talking there. Was it the two on the Emmaus road or the disciples in Jerusalem? I opened up the commentary and it revealed that it was the Jerusalem disciples talking. So I went to the beginning of Wiersbe's commentary on Luke and started reading. I found out that Zachariah burning incense in the temple was a high honor and a priest would do this only once in their life time. I found that extremely interesting and those tidbits of tradition and history that provide context to the bible are what I want in a commentary. I have not gone through all the volumes or even one volume, but I like the conversational style of writing which is also written in an expositional sermon type style like J Vernon McGee, James McDonald, and John McArthur. This is a very nice addition to your study library. If this was a $300 set I would rate it 3 stars, but as a $70 set I give it 5 stars based on value and content. You can spend more and get more, but I dont think you can spend $70 on 6 volumes and get more than this commentary set provides. I am very happy with my purchase.
TC5 Stars Out Of 5Incredible set of booksJanuary 5, 2016TCQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5The commentaries provide easily understandable information that I haven't found elsewhere. The insights provided are really helpful in terms of understanding the intent and historical background of the scripture.
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Q: Are the OT commentaries available separately? We have the NT already.
Unfortunately, at this time the Old Testament is no available separately.
Q: Do the commentaries in the set include the discussion questions at the end of each chapter like in the newer individual books?
No, these commentaries do not include the "Questions for Personal Reflection or Group Discussion".
Q: Does this commentary approach Genesis from a young earth creation perspective?
It does not explicitly state young or old Earth. It addresses the issue by stating that words should hold their meaning in the field of their study, in this case theology. Thus in some instances days are 24 hours and sometimes they are longer periods of time such as "The Day of the Lord".
Q: Does this series include all the BE Series commentaries, exactly as in the individual books or is it commented from a different prespective? I wish to have all Be Series commentaries and want to get this series as it seems to be a better deal, but first i want to make sure these include all the Be Series commentaries and not a different sent of commentaries. Thank you for your help!
Yes, the material in this commentary is identical to that of the Be Series.
Q: Does this set differ from the 2-vol Wiersbe Bible Commentary? Is it just a matter of font size or is there a greater difference between these two sets? Thanks - Jerry
The 2-volume set is abridged, excluding much of the technical detail that is included in this 6-volume set.
Q: Is C-D Rom included? Is there a C-D Rom included in this 6 Volume?
No, this set does not include the CD-ROM.
Q: Is this exactly like the Be Series books but composed into this set? Or is this a different series?
This has the same content as the "Be Series", but does not include the "Questions for Personal
Reflection or Group Discussion".
Q: Was this set printed in Korea? If it wasn't or doesn't indicate, does it have a sewn binding.Would appreciate quick response.Item: Bible Exposition Commentary, 6 Volumes by Warren Weirsbe. Thanks so very much!
They are printed in South Korea and are sewn.
Q: What bible is used on the commentaries? KJV, NKJV or something else?
Scripture references are taken from the NIV.
Q: What is the font size?
The text size is 8 point print.
Q: What size is the type?
The print size is 8 point on this set.