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Series: Layman's Bible Commentary
Vine's Complete Expository Dictionary of Old and New Testament WordsW.E. Vine, Merrill F. Unger, William White Jr.Thomas Nelson / 1996 / Hardcover$12.99 Retail:4.5 Stars Out Of 5 196 Reviews
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Here’s an accessible reference that aids personal Bible study or Sunday school preparation—the Layman’s Bible Commentary, reference for the everyday Christian, not the scholar! This 12-volume set covers all 66 Bible books—from Genesis to Revelation—providing section-by-section commentary on the flow and theme of each book, as well as historical and literary context for each. Major interpretations are presented for controversial passages and topics. Puzzling passages and Bible practices are explained, and charts and diagrams further aid your understanding. And “Take It Home” segments provide a practical application for each passage.
Dr. Stephen Leston is the director of the Center for Pioneer Church Planting in Los Fresnos, Texas. Prior to training church planters to minister to the unreached, Stephen served as pastor-teacher of Kishwaukee Bible Church in Sycamore, Illinois. He also pastored churches in Petersburg, Alaska, and Warrenville, Illinois. For over 20 years Stephen has been passionate about teaching Gods Word and training people to teach God's Word to others. He is the author of Illustrated Guide to Bible Battles as well as several commentaries in the Laymans Bible Commentary series. He is married to the love of his life, Heather, and has four children.
boyergirl5 Stars Out Of 5layman bible commentaryFebruary 27, 2017boyergirlQuality: 0Value: 0Meets Expectations: 0i love these for my beginners bible study. i am getting another for a friend.
Christian11 Stars Out Of 5Poor ChoiceFebruary 23, 2017Christian1Quality: 0Value: 0Meets Expectations: 0My husband surprised me with these books. His thoughtfulness is greatly appreciated. However, the books are a poor source of a commentary use. You can get the same information on the bottom of your bible notes as you can in this set. Honestly, I would not even pay $10 for the set. They are very basic and skim on the lines of being called a commentary set.
sharmaine4 Stars Out Of 5best suited for the everyday christianMarch 27, 2016sharmaineQuality: 3Value: 4Meets Expectations: 4I did read some of the reviews and it seems they expected much more than the set was designed for. I am a young Christian and I find it gives me what I need. If I feel prompted to look more deeply, then I use other sources for research and study. I would recommend this to someone who is new to Bible study. If you have a theology or divinity degree, don't waste your money. It will be better spent on something like the Pulpit Commentary.
pastorjamesN E MissouriAge: 35-44Gender: male2 Stars Out Of 5deacons ok, seminary grads noMarch 11, 2016pastorjamesN E MissouriAge: 35-44Gender: maleQuality: 2Value: 5Meets Expectations: 1Like the other reviewers have said, this might make a great resource for a deacon, but I hold a basic mdiv and could not find anything useful or that I didn't already know. If you're internet savvy, you'd get much more out of the Matthew Henry Commentary or some other commentary that is free online. It's sooo basic.
Chaplain DHOWilliamson County, TexasAge: Over 65Gender: male5 Stars Out Of 5A great bargain!July 13, 2015Chaplain DHOWilliamson County, TexasAge: Over 65Gender: maleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5This is a well written and carefully thought out commentary. Easy to read and understand and surprisingly comprehensive. It is an excellent companion to a good Study Bible of any translation. Gives you that somthing extra to enhance your understanding of the Bible.
Q: What is the translation that is used in The Layman's Commentary?
This commentary utilizes a number of translations including (but not limited to) NLT, KJV, The Message and the NET Bible.