The Beacon Bible Commentary is a comprehensive interpretation of the Scriptures based on the King James Version and written by 40 able scholars of conservative theological persuasion. It consists of 10 volumes, five in the Old Testament and five in the New. This presentation includes expostition, exegesis, and homiletical suggestions, which makes the set particularly valualbe to ministers and Sunday school workers. But it also has a devotional quality which makes it appealing to all serious students of the Bible.
Insights from 40 Bible scholars, with in-depth explanations of Scripture, critical analysis of key words and phrases, and outlines for expository preaching. Based on KJV. Cloth with jacket.
Ralph Earle served as professor emeritus of New Testament at Nazarene Theological Seminary in Kansas City, Missouri, where he first began teaching in 1945. He served on the Committee on Bible Translation, which is the governing body for the New International Version of the Bible. Earle earned degrees from Eastern Nazarene College, Boston University, and Gordon Divinity School. He also took post-doctoral courses at Harvard and Edinburgh Universities. Richard S. Taylor, Th.D., is Professor Emeritus of Theology and Missions at Nazarene Theological Seminary. He makes his home in Edmonds, Washington, and maintains an active schedule of writing, preaching, and teaching. His significant contributions as an author include The Disciplined Life; Exploring Christian Holiness, Vol. 3: The Theological Formulation; and A Right Conception of Sin. A.F. Harper is a prolific writer and well-known for the Beacon Hill classic Holiness and High Country. He has also written or contributed to a number of books including, Now That Retirement Has Come, The Story of Ourselves, Great Holiness Classics, Vol. 6, and co-author of Exploring Christian Education.