I believe in accuracy. I will give this a 3 for quality due to good construction. I will give it a 4 for value as far as the price of books like this go.
I however have a problem with the content. Accuracy. For those of us who are limited to knowledge of Greek and Hebrew, we have few choices. An inter-linear plus a concordance coded to Strong's or G/K numbering systems for example.
For a set of commentaries that are breaking down some of the Hebrew words to use a word for a name of God as decided by a set of misinterpretations is not being responsible for accuracy. The Hebrew word for the name of God is quite exact. The Hebrew charecters are, read right to left, YHWH. I will not mention the mistranslation for fear this review will not be approved, and I am not here to teach or preach. Accurate information is available.
However despite "some" inaccuracies, there is a lot of information in this set. But there are more than just one inaccuracy. I seek an accurate as possible answer to the exact truth. But. Even most interlinears have a number of problems. I've recieved information about these from scholars who have taken the years to study.
But, you decide. I just cannot reccomend this particular set.
Wonderful commentaries at a fantastic price. The books are beautiful. The text is clean and crisp. I haven't had a chance to explore the content too much yet, but I'm looking forward to doing just that.
Keil & Delitzsch Commentary on the Old Testament, 10 volumes
April 6, 2015
These are wonderful Hebrew commentaries written in English. Since the Old Testament was written in Hebrew. Think it is a good idea to know what the Rabbis know that we have not known in centuries. These commentaries will help us find out. Bought 2 sets one for myself and one for a friend. The key to the New Testament is the Old Testament. These are truly excellent commentaries. Also you get a lesson in the Hebrew language as an added bonus.