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Expositor's Bible Commentary: Deuteronomy-2 Samuel

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The Gold Medallion Award-winning Expositor’s Bible Commentary is a major contribution to the study and understanding of the Scriptures. Providing pastors and Bible students with a comprehensive and scholarly tool for the exposition of the Scriptures and the teaching and proclamation of their message, this twelve-volume reference work has become a staple of seminary and college libraries and pastors’ studies worldwide. The seventy-eight contributors come from the United States, Canada, England, Scotland, ...

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Overview

The Gold Medallion Award-winning Expositor’s Bible Commentary is a major contribution to the study and understanding of the Scriptures. Providing pastors and Bible students with a comprehensive and scholarly tool for the exposition of the Scriptures and the teaching and proclamation of their message, this twelve-volume reference work has become a staple of seminary and college libraries and pastors’ studies worldwide. The seventy-eight contributors come from the United States, Canada, England, Scotland, Australia, and New Zealand, and from many denominations, including Anglican, Baptist, Brethren, Methodist, Nazarene, Presbyterian, and Reformed. They represent the best in evangelical scholarship committed to the divine inspiration, complete trustworthiness, and full authority of the Bible. The Expositor’s Bible Commentary uses the New International Version for its English text, but also refers freely to other translations and to the original languages. Each book of the Bible has, in addition to its exposition, an introduction, outline, and bibliography. Notes on textual questions and special problems are correlated with the expository units; transliteration and translation of Semitic and Greek words make the more technical notes accessible to readers unacquainted with the biblical languages. In matters where marked differences of opinion exist, commentators, while stating their own convictions, deal fairly and irenically with opposing views. VOLUMES AND CONTRIBUTORS Volume 1 Introductory Articles: General, Old Testament, New Testament Volume 2 Genesis: John H. Sailhamer Exodus: Walter C. Kaiser Jr. Leviticus: R. Laird Harris Numbers: Ronald B. Allen Volume 3 Deuteronomy: Earl S. Kalland Joshua: Donald H. Madvig Judges: Herbert Wolf Ruth: F. B. Huey Jr. 1, 2 Samuel: Ronald F. Youngblood Volume 4 1, 2 Kings: Richard D. Patterson and Hermann J. Austel 1, 2 Chronicles: J. Barton Payne Ezra, Nehemiah: Edwin Yamauchi Esther: F. B. Huey Jr. Job: Elmer B. Smick Volume 5 Psalms: Willem A. Van Gemeren Proverbs: Allen P. Ross Ecclesiastes: J. Stafford Wright Song of Songs: Dennis F. Kinlaw Volume 6 Isaiah: Geoffrey W. Grogan Jeremiah: Charles L. Feinberg Lamentations: H. L. Ellison Ezekiel: Ralph H. Alexander Volume 7 Daniel: Gleason L. Archer Jr. Hosea: Leon J. Wood Joel: Richard D. Patterson Amos: Thomas E. Mc Comiskey Obadiah: Carl E. Armerding Jonah: H. L. Ellison Micah: Thomas E. Mc Comiskey Nahum, Habakkuk: Carl E. Armerding Zephaniah: Larry Walker Haggai: Robert L. Alden Zechariah: Kenneth L. Barker Malachi: Robert L. Alden Volume 8 Matthew: D. A. Carson Mark: Walter W. Wessel Luke: Walter L. Liefeld Volume 9 John: Merrill C. Tenney Acts: Richard N. Longenecker Volume 10 Romans: Everett F. Harrison 1 Corinthians: W. Harold Mare 2 Corinthians: Murray J. Harris Galatians: James Montgomery Boice Volume 11 Ephesians: A. Skevington Wood Philippians: Homer A. Kent Jr. Colossians: Curtis Vaughan 1, 2 Thessalonians: Robert L. Thomas 1, 2 Timothy: Ralph Earle Titus: D. Edmond Hiebert Philemon: Arthur A. Rupprecht Volume 12 Hebrews: Leon Morris James: Donald W. Burdick 1, 2 Peter: Edwin A Blum 1,2, 3 John: Glenn W. Barker Jude: Edwin A. Blum Revelation: Alan F. Johnson

Completing the 12-volume set of the most extensive commentary based on the NIV. The commentary on each book of the Bible has an exposition, introduction, outline, and bibliography. Notes on textual questions and special problems are found at the end of each section.

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Editorial Reviews

Christianity Today
'a roaring success. Both form and style contribute to readability, and the scholarship is sound without being pedantic or tedious.'
The Seminary Review
'...a very helpful addition to the library of anyone interested in studying and teaching the Scriptures more effectively.'
The Evangelical Beacon
'...excellent series...a valuable reference source in any evangelical pastor's library.'
Pulpit Workshop
'...one of the greatest pieces of religious literature published in this generation. We cannot recommend it too highly.'
The Baptist Sentinel
'For those needing a good commentary, you will find in this set one of the best.'
Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society
'It is the kind of commentary that should be in all church libraries as well as in homes of persons who care to understand the Bible beyond Americanized ideologies of self-oriented experience.'
Crux
'The 78 authors represent the best evangelical scholarship in the English-speaking world...a rich feast.' -- 'The 78 authors represent the best evangelical scholarship in the English-speaking world...a rich feast.'
Eternity
'The author list [of the Expositore's Bible Commentary] reads like a page from a 'who's who of evangelical Bible scholars. A quality product. Unquestionably wise for the serious student to plan to secure each volume.'
Crux
'The 78 authors represent the best evangelical scholarship in the English-speaking world...a rich feast.'
Crux
'The 78 authors represent the best evangelical scholarship in the English-speaking world...a rich feast.' -- Crux
Christianity Today
'a roaring success. Both form and style contribute to readability, and the scholarship is sound without being pedantic or tedious.' -- Christianity Today
Eternity
'The author list [of the Expositore's Bible Commentary] reads like a page from a 'who's who of evangelical Bible scholars. A quality product. Unquestionably wise for the serious student to plan to secure each volume.' -- Eternity
Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society
'It is the kind of commentary that should be in all church libraries as well as in homes of persons who care to understand the Bible beyond Americanized ideologies of self-oriented experience.' -- Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society
The Seminary Review
'...a very helpful addition to the library of anyone interested in studying and teaching the Scriptures more effectively.' -- The Seminary Review
The Evangelical Beacon
'...excellent series...a valuable reference source in any evangelical pastor's library.' -- The Evangelical Beacon
Pulpit Workshop
'...one of the greatest pieces of religious literature published in this generation. We cannot recommend it too highly.' -- Pulpit Workshop
The Baptist Sentinel
'For those needing a good commentary, you will find in this set one of the best.' -- The Baptist Sentinel
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Meet the Author

The late Frank E. Gaebelein (New York University and Harvard University) for many years held the position of headmaster of the Stony Brook School. He was coeditor of Christianity Today and devoted himself to editing, writing, and speaking.

Herbert Wolf was associate professor of theological studies at Wheaton College, Illinois. His area of expertise was Old Testament studies. Dr. Wolf held degrees from Wheaton College, Dallas Seminary, and Brandeis University. He was the author of Haggai and Malachi: Redemption and Renewal.

F. B. Huey, Jr. is professor of Old Testament at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, Fort Worth, TX.

Dr. Ronald Youngblood is a graduate of Valparaiso University (BA), Fuller Theological Seminary (BD), and the Dropsie College for Hebrew and Cognate Learning (Ph D). He has served as professor of Old Testament at Bethel Seminary in St. Paul, Wheaton Graduate School, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, and Bethel Seminary in San Diego, and is currently serving in the same capacity at International College and Graduate School in Honolulu. He is an associate editor of the NIV Study Bible; author of 1 and 2 Samuel in the Expositor's Bible Commentary series; and a co-translator and co-editor of the Holy Bible, New International Version. He has also edited and/or written ten other volumes, including Nelson's New Illustrated Bible Dictionary, for which he was awarded the Gold Medallion Book Award by the Evangelical Christian Publishers Association. He serves as chairman of the board of directors of International Bible Society and frequently engages in preaching and teaching ministries at home?

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