2 Corinthians - eBook
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In this volume, James Scott explores Second Corinthians, shedding light on the personal aspect of Paul's problems at Corinth. Emphasizing the two major motifs of the merkabah (heavenly throne-chariot) and Korah's rebellion, Scott suggests that Paul saw his embattled situation as parallel to that of Moses during the rebellion. Includes a brief introduction and references.
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Vendor: Baker Books
Publication Date: 2011
Series: Understanding the Bible Commentary
The Understanding the Bible Commentary Series helps readers navigate the strange and sometimes intimidating literary terrain of the Bible. These accessible volumes break down the barriers between the ancient and modern worlds so that the power and meaning of the biblical texts become transparent to contemporary readers. The contributors tackle the task of interpretation using the full range of critical methodologies and practices, yet they do so as people of faith who hold the text in the highest regard. Pastors, teachers, and lay people alike will cherish the truth found in this commentary series.
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Gerry GMalden, MaAge: 55-65Gender: male5 Stars Out Of 5Good Commentary at a Good ValueAugust 9, 2013Gerry GMalden, MaAge: 55-65Gender: maleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I am not an expert in Commentaries but I own a few. 5 single volume and various others from sets. What I like about the Understanding the Bible series is that it is good for personal bible study and teaching in small groups. A very good step up from study bible notes. It is not as in depth as a Pillar New Testament Commentary which I really like. But it is about one third the price which I really like as well. Note this is not a new series but a republish of another series from the 90's. But that is not a distraction for me.
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