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Tyndale Cornerstone Biblical Commentary - with the entire text of the NLT. Philip W. Comfort is the General Editor. Isaiah by Larry L. Walker and Jeremiah and Lamentation by Elmer A. Martens. Based on the Second Edition of the NLT, this commentary is the natural extension of both exegetically accurate and idiomatically powerful. The NLT attempts to communicate God's inspired word in a lucid English translation of the original languages so that English readers can understand and appreciate the thought of the original writers. The commentary has been structured to help readers get at the meaning of Scripture, passage by passage, through the entire Bible.
Each book is prefaced by a substantial book introduction that gives general historical background important for understanding. Then the reader is taken through the Bible text, passage by passage starting with the NLT text printed in full. This is followed by a section called "NOTES" wherein the commentator helps the reader understand the Hebrew or Greek behind the English NLT. The NOTES are then followed by the COMMENTARY which presents a lucid interpretation of the passage, giving special attention to the context and major theological themes. The commentators represent a wide spectrum of theological positions with the evangelical community. All the commentators uphold the authority of God's word.
Number of Pages: 600
Vendor: Tyndale House
Publication Date: 2005
|Dimensions: 9.25 X 6.50 X 1.50 (inches)|
Series: Cornerstone Biblical Commentary
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Elmer A. Martens, PhD, is professor emeritus of Old Testament and president emeritus at Mennonite Brethren Biblical Seminary (Fresno, California), where he has taught for over 30 years. He is the author of God's Design, A Focus on Old Testament Theology, and a commentary on Jeremiah (Herald Press). He was coeditor of The Flowering of Old Testament Theology and served for several years as the editor of the journal Direction. Larry L. Walker, PhD, held a professional teaching career with time split between Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and Mid-America Baptist Seminary. Since his retirement in 1998, he has done adjunct teaching at several seminaries. He authored a commentary on Zephaniah for the Expositor's Bible Commentary and is also a contributor to the New International Dictionary of Old Testament Theology and Exegesis.
AaronIndiaAge: 35-44Gender: Male2 Stars Out Of 5Composed for LaypersonSeptember 18, 2012AaronIndiaAge: 35-44Gender: MaleQuality: 3I bought this book recently with great expectation, but it gave only dissatisfaction. It is genuinely composed for laypeople. It cannot be recommended for pastors, bible teachers and those who really want to DIG DEEP. But it is a great ladder for the beginners.