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      The Letter to the Hebrews: Pillar New Testament Commentary
      February 3, 2015
      Jason
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      Approachable, full of depth, academically refreshing, and the best blend of scholarship and readability I have found. It is perhaps the best overall commentary I have read on the book of Hebrews.
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      February 8, 2012
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      Taber, Alberta, Canada
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      When it comes to scholarship and reliability, Pillar New Testament commentary on the book of Hebrews stands above the rest. In pulpit ministry, I appreciate the solid historical research that I glean from this volume. In my attempts to consistantly convey the centrality and superiority of Jesus Christ when relating biblical truth, this commentary is a dependabe resource.
    3. 5 Stars Out Of 5
      June 1, 2010
      c.j.
      Peter T. O'Brien has authored NT commentaries onColossians, Philippians, and Ephesians. He definitelybrings his skills to bear on this commentary on Hebrewsand has produced a very readable and yet scholarly work. O'Brien has confined the Greek exegesis to thefootnotes and has provided a lucid exposition in themain text. When compared to others, O'Brien is deeper and more targeted than F.F. Bruce, but is notso deep as Paul Ellingworth (both who have writtencommentaries on Hebrews). If your level and tastelie in-between Bruce and Ellingworth, this commentaryfills that gap among commentaries on Hebrews. O'Brienfollows the outline format of George Guthrie who highlights exposition and exhortation pericopes inHebrews. Definitely worth having if you want somethingsubstantial but you do not go as deep as Ellingworth or Westcott on Hebrews.
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