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Overview of The Wycliffe Bible Commentary:
- Theologically conservative (Evangelical)
- Semi-technical (Greek and Hebrew words are transliterated when they appear)
- A phrase-by-phrase commentary based on the King James Version (KJV)
- geared for Bible students and pastors
Number of Pages: 1525
Vendor: Moody Publishers
Publication Date: 1962
|Dimensions: 6 X 9 1/2 X 2 1/2 (inches)|
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You love God. You long to know Him more intimately, to see Him face to face. Now is the time to dig deeper into the Scriptures, to see the Bible come alive for you: chapter by chapter, sentence by sentence, word by word.
Written by forty-eight leading Bible scholars, this powerful handbook walks you through the entire text of the Old and New Testaments (primarily in the KJV). From the majestic Genesis account of all the Creator brought into being, to Christ's words at the end of Revelation ('Yea, I come quickly...'), you'll find insights to help you wrap your heart and mind around God's Word in the pages of The Wycliffe Bible Commentary.
EVERETT F. HARRISON (B.A., University of Washington; M.A., Princeton University; Th.B., Princeton Seminary; Th.D., Dallas Theological Seminary; Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania), has served as a missionary in China and as a Presbyterian minister in Pennsylvania, though most of his work was in the classroom. He taught both at Dallas Theological Seminary and Fuller Theological Seminary. He is the author of numerous books and commentaries including Colossians (Everyman¿s Bible Commentary), Interpreting Acts: The Expanding Church, and Romans (Expositor¿s Bible Commentary).
aldeureaux5 Stars Out Of 5Simply the BestNovember 5, 2014aldeureauxQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Best one volume commentary I have ever used....and I have used many! The more I used it the better I liked it. It is a "phrase by phrase" treatment of the text but, it does not avoid dealing with issues as they arise in most cases. I think it would be fairly easy to understand for a new believer, but useful for those further along the path as well. It was an invaluable resource in preparing lessons and sermons (along with my Thompson Chain Reference Bible). Hoped they would update it, but am a little afraid an update may not be as good as the original. Based on the KJV.
mickirunAge: 45-54Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5November 7, 2011mickirunAge: 45-54Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5I love it...Such a great source of info, easy to understand..
HopelesslyCalvinistAge: 35-44Gender: male5 Stars Out Of 5Excellent, Concise Single-Volume CommentaryJanuary 25, 2011HopelesslyCalvinistAge: 35-44Gender: maleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5With this purchase, I was looking for a single-volume, quick-access commentary for those times when I wanted my nose to be stuck in the Bible and not sorting through "heavier" commentaries. This book is more than suited to the purpose. It's a wonderful study aid that I find helpful for routine reading of the Bible -- and one that doesn't interrupt the flow of my Bible reading. Highly recommended!
Tom StreetAge: Over 65Gender: male5 Stars Out Of 5May 24, 2009Tom StreetAge: Over 65Gender: maleI have had a copy of The Wycliffe Bible Commentary for years. I use it when I a question about a passage of scripture. I like it because it presents several points of view instead of some books which gives the attitude, "this is the way I believe, so why present a diffent view point?" As Christian we should not be threatened by other views and knowing other views helps Christian to better defend the truth. It has been very helpful.
Rodney Graham5 Stars Out Of 5May 7, 2008Rodney GrahamPersonally, I have found Wycliffe's commentary very helpful from the first day I unwrapped it. When needing help understanding scripture, or to examine more closely a scripture - Wycliff's Commentary is precise, accurate, and informative. It has a prominent place place on my desk now - Along with the Bible, of course! It was interesting to note that on Chuck Swindoll's website in FAQ Chuck listed among his top favorites and books that have inspired him, Everett Harrison and Charles Pfeiffer's Wycliffe Bible Commentary, along with John Bunyan's Pigrim's Progress, and the works of C.S. Lewis.