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  • Job

    $69.99

    “But where can wisdom be found? Where does understanding dwell?”

    The book of Job is challenging. Its Hebrew is often obscure, its length and subject matter are intimidating, and its meaning has been debated throughout the history of biblical interpretation. In this commentary, Duane A. Garrett presents a fresh argument for the book’s meaning. Job demonstrates the inability of Wisdom, as a theological tradition, to solve the problem of evil. Without rejecting Wisdom, it shows that only God can truly deal with evil. God’s answer to evil is found only in Christ, who is anticipated in the book of Job.

    The Evangelical Exegetical Commentary series is a premiere biblical commentary rooted in the original text of Scripture. Each volume includes historical and literary insights and addresses exegetical, pastoral, and theological concerns, giving readers a full understanding of the text and how to apply it to everyday life.

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  • Galatians

    $69.99

    “I have been crucified with Christ and I no longer live, but Christ lives in me.”

    The letter to the Galatians opens a window to a serious crisis in Paul’s ministry. In this letter, Paul defends the gospel and challenges the Galatian believers to remain faithful and to welcome all who have faith in Christ. Michael H. Burer presents a fresh exegetical investigation of the text, clarifying Paul’s meaning and message for the benefit of pastors, teachers, and students.

    The Evangelical Exegetical Commentary series is a premiere biblical commentary rooted in the original text of Scripture. Each volume includes historical and literary insights and addresses exegetical, pastoral, and theological concerns, giving readers a full understanding of the text and how to apply it to everyday life.

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  • Fly Through The Bible

    $9.99

    The view from above is majestic.Have you ever experienced that thrill of looking out the window of a plane? The beauty of the mountain, the vastness of the water, the lights of the city-it all just looks so amazing from above. You might be familiar with the area, but you’ve never seen it like this. You think to yourself: This. Is. Stunning. That’s what it’s like to Fly Through the Bible. With pastoral heart and insight, Colin Smith helps you find the right altitude to take in the big-picture landscape of God’s story. In this journey, you will meet five people from the Old Testament, explore five events from the life of Jesus, and discover five gifts God gives to every Christian. Even if you’ve never opened the Bible, this short flight will introduce you to God’s Word and leave you marveling at how it all fits together.

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  • Standard Lesson Commentary NIV 2024-2025 Large Print Edition (Large Type)

    $26.99

    As the world’s most popular annual Bible commentary for more than three decades, Standard Lesson Commentary (SLC) provides 53 weeks of study in a single volume and combines thorough Bible study with relevant examples and questions.
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    Key features include:

    *Verse-by-verse explanation of the Bible text
    *Detailed lesson context
    *Pronunciation guide for difficult words
    *Printed Scripture
    *Discussion starters
    *A review quiz for each quarter

    Available in the King James Version (KJV) and New International Version(R) (NIV) Bible translations, the SLC is based on the popular Uniform Series. This series, developed by scholars from numerous church fellowships, outlines an in-depth study of the Bible over a multi-year period.

    The four main themes of the 2024-2025 study are:

    *Worship in the Covenant Community–Genesis, Exodus, 2 Samuel, 1 Kings, 2 Kings, 2 Chronicles, Isaiah, Psalms, John

    *A King Forever and Ever–Ruth, 2 Samuel, Psalms, Matthew, Luke

    *Costly Sacrifice–Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, Deuteronomy, 1 & 2 Chronicles, Ezra, Matthew, Hebrews, 1 John, Revelation

    *Sacred Altars and Holy Gifts–Genesis, Matthew, Luke, John, Romans, 1 Corinthians, Ephesians, Hebrews, 1 Peter

    The SLC is perfect as the primary resource for an adult Sunday School class, for personal study, or as a supplemental resource for any curriculum that follows the ISSL/Uniform Series. Nearly two dozen ministers, teachers, and Christian education specialists contribute their expertise to SLC.

    The Deluxe Edition features online and downloadable access for the Standard Lesson eCommentary through FaithLife’s Logos Bible Software. This includes the full text of the Standard Lesson Commentary (both KJV and NIV(R) editions) as well as:

    *PowerPoint(R) presentations
    *Full text of the KJV Bible
    *Full-color visual resources
    *Student activity reproducible pages
    *Quarterly quiz
    *More than a dozen additional helps and resources

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  • Standard Lesson Commentary NIV Deluxe Edition 2024-2025 (Deluxe)

    $29.99

    As the world’s most popular annual Bible commentary for more than three decades, Standard Lesson Commentary (SLC) provides 53 weeks of study in a single volume and combines thorough Bible study with relevant examples and questions.
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    Key features include:

    *Verse-by-verse explanation of the Bible text
    *Detailed lesson context
    *Pronunciation guide for difficult words
    *Printed Scripture
    *Discussion starters
    *A review quiz for each quarter

    Available in the King James Version (KJV) and New International Version(R) (NIV) Bible translations, the SLC is based on the popular Uniform Series. This series, developed by scholars from numerous church fellowships, outlines an in-depth study of the Bible over a multi-year period.

    The four main themes of the 2024-2025 study are:

    *Worship in the Covenant Community–Genesis, Exodus, 2 Samuel, 1 Kings, 2 Kings, 2 Chronicles, Isaiah, Psalms, John

    *A King Forever and Ever–Ruth, 2 Samuel, Psalms, Matthew, Luke

    *Costly Sacrifice–Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, Deuteronomy, 1 & 2 Chronicles, Ezra, Matthew, Hebrews, 1 John, Revelation

    *Sacred Altars and Holy Gifts–Genesis, Matthew, Luke, John, Romans, 1 Corinthians, Ephesians, Hebrews, 1 Peter

    The SLC is perfect as the primary resource for an adult Sunday School class, for personal study, or as a supplemental resource for any curriculum that follows the ISSL/Uniform Series. Nearly two dozen ministers, teachers, and Christian education specialists contribute their expertise to SLC.

    The Deluxe Edition features online and downloadable access for the Standard Lesson eCommentary through FaithLife’s Logos Bible Software. This includes the full text of the Standard Lesson Commentary (both KJV and NIV(R) editions) as well as:

    *PowerPoint(R) presentations
    *Full text of the KJV Bible
    *Full-color visual resources
    *Student activity reproducible pages
    *Quarterly quiz
    *More than a dozen additional helps and resources

    Add to cart
  • Standard Lesson Commentary NIV 2024-2025

    $24.99

    As the world’s most popular annual Bible commentary for more than three decades, Standard Lesson Commentary (SLC) provides 53 weeks of study in a single volume and combines thorough Bible study with relevant examples and questions.
    ?
    Key features include:

    *Verse-by-verse explanation of the Bible text
    *Detailed lesson context
    *Pronunciation guide for difficult words
    *Printed Scripture
    *Discussion starters
    *A review quiz for each quarter

    Available in the King James Version (KJV) and New International Version(R) (NIV) Bible translations, the SLC is based on the popular Uniform Series. This series, developed by scholars from numerous church fellowships, outlines an in-depth study of the Bible over a multi-year period.

    The four main themes of the 2024-2025 study are:

    *Worship in the Covenant Community–Genesis, Exodus, 2 Samuel, 1 Kings, 2 Kings, 2 Chronicles, Isaiah, Psalms, John

    *A King Forever and Ever–Ruth, 2 Samuel, Psalms, Matthew, Luke

    *Costly Sacrifice–Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, Deuteronomy, 1 & 2 Chronicles, Ezra, Matthew, Hebrews, 1 John, Revelation

    *Sacred Altars and Holy Gifts–Genesis, Matthew, Luke, John, Romans, 1 Corinthians, Ephesians, Hebrews, 1 Peter

    The SLC is perfect as the primary resource for an adult Sunday School class, for personal study, or as a supplemental resource for any curriculum that follows the ISSL/Uniform Series. Nearly two dozen ministers, teachers, and Christian education specialists contribute their expertise to SLC.

    The Deluxe Edition features online and downloadable access for the Standard Lesson eCommentary through FaithLife’s Logos Bible Software. This includes the full text of the Standard Lesson Commentary (both KJV and NIV(R) editions) as well as:

    *PowerPoint(R) presentations
    *Full text of the KJV Bible
    *Full-color visual resources
    *Student activity reproducible pages
    *Quarterly quiz
    *More than a dozen additional helps and resources

    Add to cart
  • Standard Lesson Commentary KJV 2024-2025 Large Print Edition (Large Type)

    $26.99

    As the world’s most popular annual Bible commentary for more than three decades, Standard Lesson Commentary (SLC) provides 53 weeks of study in a single volume and combines thorough Bible study with relevant examples and questions.
    ?
    Key features include:

    *Verse-by-verse explanation of the Bible text
    *Detailed lesson context
    *Pronunciation guide for difficult words
    *Printed Scripture
    *Discussion starters
    *A review quiz for each quarter

    Available in the King James Version (KJV) and New International Version(R) (NIV) Bible translations, the SLC is based on the popular Uniform Series. This series, developed by scholars from numerous church fellowships, outlines an in-depth study of the Bible over a multi-year period.

    The four main themes of the 2024-2025 study are:

    *Worship in the Covenant Community–Genesis, Exodus, 2 Samuel, 1 Kings, 2 Kings, 2 Chronicles, Isaiah, Psalms, John

    *A King Forever and Ever–Ruth, 2 Samuel, Psalms, Matthew, Luke

    *Costly Sacrifice–Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, Deuteronomy, 1 & 2 Chronicles, Ezra, Matthew, Hebrews, 1 John, Revelation

    *Sacred Altars and Holy Gifts–Genesis, Matthew, Luke, John, Romans, 1 Corinthians, Ephesians, Hebrews, 1 Peter

    The SLC is perfect as the primary resource for an adult Sunday School class, for personal study, or as a supplemental resource for any curriculum that follows the ISSL/Uniform Series. Nearly two dozen ministers, teachers, and Christian education specialists contribute their expertise to SLC.

    The Deluxe Edition features online and downloadable access for the Standard Lesson eCommentary through FaithLife’s Logos Bible Software. This includes the full text of the Standard Lesson Commentary (both KJV and NIV(R) editions) as well as:

    *PowerPoint(R) presentations
    *Full text of the KJV Bible
    *Full-color visual resources
    *Student activity reproducible pages
    *Quarterly quiz
    *More than a dozen additional helps and resources

    Add to cart
  • Standard Lesson Commentary Deluxe Edition KJV 2024-2025 (Deluxe)

    $29.99

    As the world’s most popular annual Bible commentary for more than three decades, Standard Lesson Commentary (SLC) provides 53 weeks of study in a single volume and combines thorough Bible study with relevant examples and questions.
    ?
    Key features include:

    *Verse-by-verse explanation of the Bible text
    *Detailed lesson context
    *Pronunciation guide for difficult words
    *Printed Scripture
    *Discussion starters
    *A review quiz for each quarter

    Available in the King James Version (KJV) and New International Version(R) (NIV) Bible translations, the SLC is based on the popular Uniform Series. This series, developed by scholars from numerous church fellowships, outlines an in-depth study of the Bible over a multi-year period.

    The four main themes of the 2024-2025 study are:

    *Worship in the Covenant Community–Genesis, Exodus, 2 Samuel, 1 Kings, 2 Kings, 2 Chronicles, Isaiah, Psalms, John

    *A King Forever and Ever–Ruth, 2 Samuel, Psalms, Matthew, Luke

    *Costly Sacrifice–Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, Deuteronomy, 1 & 2 Chronicles, Ezra, Matthew, Hebrews, 1 John, Revelation

    *Sacred Altars and Holy Gifts–Genesis, Matthew, Luke, John, Romans, 1 Corinthians, Ephesians, Hebrews, 1 Peter

    The SLC is perfect as the primary resource for an adult Sunday School class, for personal study, or as a supplemental resource for any curriculum that follows the ISSL/Uniform Series. Nearly two dozen ministers, teachers, and Christian education specialists contribute their expertise to SLC.

    The Deluxe Edition features online and downloadable access for the Standard Lesson eCommentary through FaithLife’s Logos Bible Software. This includes the full text of the Standard Lesson Commentary (both KJV and NIV(R) editions) as well as:

    *PowerPoint(R) presentations
    *Full text of the KJV Bible
    *Full-color visual resources
    *Student activity reproducible pages
    *Quarterly quiz
    *More than a dozen additional helps and resources

    Add to cart
  • Standard Lesson Commentary KJV 2024-2025

    $24.99

    As the world’s most popular annual Bible commentary for more than three decades, Standard Lesson Commentary (SLC) provides 53 weeks of study in a single volume and combines thorough Bible study with relevant examples and questions.

    Key features include:

    *Verse-by-verse explanation of the Bible text
    *Detailed lesson context
    *Pronunciation guide for difficult words
    *Printed Scripture
    *Discussion starters
    *A review quiz for each quarter

    Available in the King James Version (KJV) and New International Version(R) (NIV) Bible translations, the SLC is based on the popular Uniform Series. This series, developed by scholars from numerous church fellowships, outlines an in-depth study of the Bible over a multi-year period.

    The four main themes of the 2024-2025 study are:

    *Worship in the Covenant Community-Genesis, Exodus, 2 Samuel, 1 Kings, 2 Kings, 2 Chronicles, Isaiah, Psalms, John

    *A King Forever and Ever-Ruth, 2 Samuel, Psalms, Matthew, Luke

    *Costly Sacrifice-Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, Deuteronomy, 1 & 2 Chronicles, Ezra, Matthew, Hebrews, 1 John, Revelation

    *Sacred Altars and Holy Gifts-Genesis, Matthew, Luke, John, Romans, 1 Corinthians, Ephesians, Hebrews, 1 Peter

    The SLC is perfect as the primary resource for an adult Sunday School class, for personal study, or as a supplemental resource for any curriculum that follows the ISSL/Uniform Series. Nearly two dozen ministers, teachers, and Christian education specialists contribute their expertise to SLC.

    The Deluxe Edition features online and downloadable access for the Standard Lesson eCommentary through FaithLife’s Logos Bible Software. This includes the full text of the Standard Lesson Commentary (both KJV and NIV(R) editions) as well as:

    *PowerPoint(R) presentations
    *Full text of the KJV Bible
    *Full-color visual resources
    *Student activity reproducible pages
    *Quarterly quiz
    *More than a dozen additional helps and resources

    Add to cart
  • Lexham Geographic Commentary On The Pentateuch

    $59.99

    Walk in the footsteps of the patriarchs.

    *Why do mountains play such important roles in the Bible?
    *Why do altars and wells matter?
    *How do the patriarchs’ lives foreshadow Israel’s story?

    From the four rivers of Eden to Israel’s wilderness wanderings, the biblical narratives in the Pentateuch are filled with geographical details. God’s story of redemption takes place in the real, but often unfamiliar, world of the ancient Near East.

    Written by a team of experts on biblical geography and culture, the Lexham Geographic Commentary on the Pentateuch is a guide to the world of the patriarchs. Each article addresses a particular story, event, or subject in Genesis through Deuteronomy, with full-color maps and photos providing deeper layers of context. Historical and cultural insights give readers a richer understanding of the biblical story.

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  • Shroud Of Jesus

    $19.95

    It all started in an old bookstore in downtown Boston. There I picked up a book called “A Doctor at Calvary”. It was a story that a French surgeon, Dr. Pierre Barbet had written, and the only reason I picked it up was that I was then in pre-med, and I thought it would be the surgeon’s version of Jesus’ crucifi xion. But it was more than that. It was about Jesus’ burial cloth of which I had never heard. Seventeen years later, just as I started to read the Boston Sunday Globe, I saw the picture of this same cloth, the Shroud of Turin. It was 1978 and it was then, as a young physician that

    I began this pursuit as a young skeptic, always seeking the truth. And in the end, I came to an astonishing realization. It took a lifetime. For all who wonder if there is a God at work, if there is a spiritual world, if there is everlasting life, if there is a God who is true, keep wondering and keep reading.

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  • Job

    $54.99

    Job reveals a God we can trust, even in our darkest moments.

    Barry G. Webb explores the book of Job as a reflection on the paradox of righteous suffering. Job confronts the troubling issues that life throws at us as we try to live in trusting obedience to God. Wisdom shows us how to live in relation to God when we don’t have answers for all of life’s problems. With detailed exegesis and biblical-theological synthesis, Webb explores Job’s unique theology of creation, evil, wisdom, justice, redemption, and God’s character, tracing these themes across the canon.

    The Evangelical Biblical Theology Commentary (EBTC) series locates each biblical book within redemptive history and illuminates its unique theological contributions. All EBTC volumes feature informed exegetical treatment of the biblical book and thorough discussion of its most important theological themes in relation to the canon–all in a style that is useful and accessible to students of Scripture.

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  • Matthew

    $59.99

    The Gospel of Matthew brings out treasures old and new.

    Charles L. Quarles demonstrates that the Gospel of Matthew is foremost a testimony about Jesus. Each pericope centers on Jesus and reveals something about who he is, what he has done, and what his disciples should do in response. Quarles teases out Matthew’s unique theological presentation of Jesus’s identity and work. Jesus is the new and greater Moses and the new and greater David who fulfills Old Testament hopes by establishing God’s covenant and kingdom. This Gospel invites us to know and worship Jesus, who makes all things new.

    The Evangelical Biblical Theology Commentary (EBTC) series locates each biblical book within redemptive history and illuminates its unique theological contributions. All EBTC volumes feature informed exegetical treatment of the biblical book and thorough discussion of its most important theological themes in relation to the canon all in a style that is useful and accessible to students of Scripture.

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  • Commentary On The New Testament From The Talmud And Midrash Volume 1 Matthe

    $69.99

    Hermann L. Strack and Paul Billerbeck’s Commentary on the New Testament from the Talmud and Midrash is an important reference work for illustrating the concepts, theological background, and cultural assumptions of the New Testament. The commentary walks through each New Testament book verse by verse, referencing potentially illuminating passages from the Talmud and Midrash and providing easy access to the rich textual world of rabbinic material.

    Volume 1 comments on the Gospel of Matthew.

    Originally published between 1922 and 1928 as Kommentar zum Neuen Testament aus Talmud und Midrasch, Strack and Billerbeck’s commentary has been unavailable in English until now.

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  • Free Humanity : A Walk Through The Letter Of Galatians

    $19.99

    The Trinity-Father, Son, and Holy Spirit-has brought us tremendous freedom through the coming of Christ and the empowering Spirit that draws us into relationship. In this powerful examination of Paul’s letter to the Galatians, Luciano Lombardi presents a call for us to lay down our ways of gaining acceptance with God and instead take up our lives in communion with the Father, Son, and Spirit.

    You will be encouraged to live in the freedom Christ has provided us. Don’t go another day without learning from the great Apostle Paul about the life we are caught up in Christ.

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  • Commentary On The New Testament From The Talmud And Midrash Volume 2

    $64.99

    Hermann L. Strack and Paul Billerbeck’s Commentary on the New Testament from the Talmud and Midrash, originally published between 1922 and 1928, is an important reference work on understanding the New Testament in light of contemporary Jewish thought. Originally published as Kommentar zum Neuen Testament aus Talmud und Midrasch, it has been unavailable in English until now. This first–ever English translation brings the work to a new audience.

    The commentary walks through each New Testament book verse by verse, referencing passages from the Midrash and the Talmud and showing their relevance for situating the Bible in its cultural background. While much research has been done on Second Temple Judaism since this work, nothing has come close to replacing it. This is truly an essential resource for academics, students, and pastors.Volume 2 contains an English translation of the commentary on the Gospels of Mark, Luke, and John and the Acts of the Apostles.

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  • Psalms Volume 2

    $44.99

    The Psalms are a carefully arranged collage of history, prophecy, and praise.

    James M. Hamilton provides a fresh translation and interpretation of the Psalms. This second volume treats Psalms 73-150. Though commonly read in isolation, the Psalms are best read as a collage that tells a story of God’s faithfulness to his people through his king. Hamilton observes the significance of the Psalter’s intentional macro–structuring and intricate links across neighboring psalms. Hamilton interprets with a literary sensitivity and an eye towards canonical connections. Learn where the Psalms belong in the redemptive story, how they relate to God’s people, and how they find their fulfillment in Jesus.

    The Evangelical Biblical Theology Commentary (EBTC) series locates each biblical book within redemptive history and illuminates its unique theological contributions. All EBTC volumes feature informed exegetical treatment of the biblical book and thorough discussion of its most important theological themes in relation to the canon–all in a style that is useful and accessible to students of Scripture.

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  • Psalms Volume I

    $44.99

    The Psalms are a carefully arranged collage of history, prophecy, and praise.

    James M. Hamilton provides a fresh translation and interpretation of the Psalms. This first volume introduces the Psalms and covers Psalms 1-72. Though commonly read in isolation, the Psalms are best read as a collage that tells a story of God’s faithfulness to his people through his king. Hamilton observes the significance of the Psalter’s intentional macro–structuring and intricate links across neighboring psalms. Hamilton interprets with a literary sensitivity and an eye towards canonical connections. Learn where the Psalms belong in the redemptive story, how they relate to God’s people, and how they find their fulfillment in Jesus.

    The Evangelical Biblical Theology Commentary (EBTC) series locates each biblical book within redemptive history and illuminates its unique theological contributions. All EBTC volumes feature informed exegetical treatment of the biblical book and thorough discussion of its most important theological themes in relation to the canon–all in a style that is useful and accessible to students of Scripture.

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  • Galatians

    $49.99

    Galatians reveals how Christ changes everything.

    Matthew S. Harmon traces the argument of Paul’s most polemic letter. In Galatians, Paul defends his authority and attacks his opponents’ arguments–and in both cases, the decisive factor is the Gospel. History and Scripture must be interpreted in light of Christ’s arrival. The new creation has broken in, leaving nothing unaltered. Harmon plumbs Galatians’ theological depth, including its view of sin and exile, apocalyptic antitheses, the Trinity, Isaiah’s servant figure, the law, righteousness, and faith(fulness).

    The Evangelical Biblical Theology Commentary series locates each biblical book within redemptive history and illuminates its unique theological contributions. All EBTC volumes feature informed exegetical treatment of the biblical book and thorough discussion of its most important theological themes in relation to the canon–all in a style that is useful and accessible to students of Scripture.

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  • Commentary On The New Testament From The Talmud And Midrash Volume 3

    $64.99

    Hermann L. Strack and Paul Billerbeck’s Commentary on the New Testament from the Talmud and Midrash, originally published between 1922 and 1928, is an important reference work for understanding the New Testament in light of contemporary Jewish thought. Originally published as Kommentar zum Neuen Testament aus Talmud und Midrasch, it has been unavailable in English until now. This first–ever English translation brings the work to a new audience.

    The commentary walks through each New Testament book verse by verse, referencing passages from the Midrash and the Talmud and showing their relevance for situating the Bible in its cultural background. While much research has been done on Second Temple Judaism since this work, nothing has come close to replacing it. This is truly an essential resource for academics, students, and pastors.Volume 3 contains an English translation of the commentary on Romans through Revelation.

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  • Romans Pauls Masterpiece On Grace

    $29.99

    The Gospel as You’ve Never Seen It Before!

    “If Romans isn’t one of your favorite books, then you do not have a revelation of the true Gospel!” Andrew Wommack

    Nowhere besides the book of Romans is there a more comprehensive explanation of the Gospel. It’s Paul’s masterful letter to every believer revealing God’s plan of salvation by grace–not by the Law.

    In Romans: Paul’s Masterpiece of Grace, renown Bible teacher Andrew Wommack has compiled decades of his personal notes and commentary from his Life for Today and Living Commentary. You will find thousands of insightful truths to give you a firm understanding of the gospel as Andrew shares…

    *The true meaning of salvation
    *The basics of righteousness by faith
    *Vital Bible teaching you probably have not heard in church

    You will be blessed and enlightened as Andrew walks you through Paul’s letter to you. These truths have been changing lives for thousands of years. Yours is next!

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  • Joshua

    $49.99

    Joshua is not merely a story of conquest but also a treasure trove of theology.David G. Firth interprets the book of Joshua with a sensitivity to its place as Christian Scripture. Joshua is marginalized in many churches, often because its message is misunderstood. Firth reveals that, rather than simply being a story of conquest, Joshua is concerned with matters of identity and faithfulness. Joshua exhorts God’s people to live out their calling in light of God’s promises. While Israelites like Achan fall short, others–often gentiles–show surprising faith in God. Firth also probes the book’s theological themes, such as the promised land, government, rest, and promise. The book of Joshua boldly challenges the complacent in faith to be a nation committed to God. The Evangelical Biblical Theology Commentary (EBTC) series locates each biblical book within redemptive history and illuminates its unique theological contributions. All EBTC volumes feature informed exegetical treatment of the biblical book and thorough discussion of its most important theological themes in relation to the canon–all in a style that is useful and accessible to students of Scripture.

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  • Daniel

    $69.99

    In this volume from the Evangelical Exegetical Commentary, Paul Tanner argues that the book of Daniel is the Old Testament blueprint of the Bible’s overarching eschatological narrative. Tanner examines key aspects of the book of Daniel such as the revelation of Israel’s future in relation to gentile kingdoms, God’s exaltation of Daniel as a channel through whom he reveals his will and God’s sovereign control of the nations under whom Israel is being disciplined. Tanner provides exegetical insight to help readers better understand not only how God worked in Israel’s history through Daniel, but how he sovereignly directs all of world history – for all time.

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  • 1-2 Timothy And Titus

    $49.99

    Paul’s letters to Timothy and Titus provide all churches with much-needed direction.

    In this EBTC volume, Andreas J. Kostenberger captures the rich theological contributions of Paul’s oft-overlooked letters to Timothy and Titus. Kostenberger highlights Paul’s mature reflections on doctrine, the church’s nature, mission, relationships, dynamics, and oversight, the Christian life, and the last days. Kostenberger analyzes these letters against the Old Testament and the rest of the New Testament, particularly Paul’s other letters and Acts.

    The Evangelical Biblical Theology Commentary (EBTC) series locates each biblical book within redemptive history and illuminates its unique theological contributions. All EBTC volumes feature informed exegetical treatment of the biblical book and thorough discussion of its most important theological themes in relation to the canon–all in a style that is useful and accessible to students of Scripture.

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  • Hebrews

    $49.99

    Jesus’ final cry on the cross–“it is finished”–captures the theology of Hebrews. Thomas R. Schreiner clarifies Hebrews’s complex argument by keeping a sustained focus on its logical flow. He interprets Hebrews in light of its prominent structures of promise and fulfillment, eschatology, typology, and the relationship between heaven and earth. Schreiner probes the letter’s unique theological contributions, such as its presentation of Jesus’ divinity and humanity, his priesthood and sacrifice, the new covenant, warnings and exhortations, and the reward for those who persevere in Christ.The Evangelical Biblical Theology Commentary (EBTC) series locates each biblical book within redemptive history and illuminates its unique theological contributions. All EBTC volumes feature informed exegetical treatment of the biblical book and thorough discussion of its most important theological themes in relation to the canon–all in a style that is useful and accessible to students of Scripture.

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  • Romans

    $49.99

    Of all of Paul’s letters, Romans is the one most immersed in the Old Testament.David G. Peterson situates Romans within the grand redemptive story of the Bible: creation, sin, Abraham’s call and covenant, Israel’s reception of and failure to keep the law, and God’s great promises of salvation. Peterson reads Romans as Paul’s exposition and defense of the gospel with unique theological insights into the Trinity, righteousness and justification, Israel and the church, apostolic ministry, and true worship and holy living.The Evangelical Biblical Theology Commentary (EBTC) series locates each biblical book within redemptive history and illuminates its unique theological contributions. All EBTC volumes feature informed exegetical treatment of the biblical book and thorough discussion of its most important theological themes in relation to the canon–all in a style that is useful and accessible to students of Scripture.

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  • Daniel

    $49.99

    The book of Daniel presents a God who is there and is not silent.

    Joe M. Sprinkle connects Daniel with the biblical story. Debates rage around Daniel’s dating, historicity, and referents. With this focus on historical context, Daniel’s canonical context is often lost. While arguing for conservative dating and historicity, Sprinkle focuses on how Daniel is a fulcrum for many theological themes in both the OT and NT. Daniel says much about God’s nature, his relationship with history, the heavenly host, the Messiah, the coming kingdom, and the last things.

    The Evangelical Biblical Theology Commentary (EBTC) series locates each biblical book within redemptive history and illuminates its unique theological contributions. All EBTC volumes feature informed exegetical treatment of the biblical book and thorough discussion of its most important theological themes in relation to the canon–all in a style that is useful and accessible to students of Scripture.

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  • Message Of Acts (Revised)

    $30.00

    The Spirit moves the church into the world.

    That is how it has always been since the day of Pentecost, when the Spirit brought thousands from many countries into the body of Christ. With the breadth and scholarly care that marked John Stott’s years of ministry, this revised Bible Speaks Today volume opens to us the early days of the church as recorded by Luke in the book of Acts. The experiences of the early church have much to say about issues that concern Christians today. What can Acts tell us about tongues and other extraordinary manifestations of the Spirit? How should churches structure themselves–with elders, deacons, pastors or all three? What should a normal Christian conversion look like? And, of course, how should the church reach out into the world with the message of salvation? This revised edition of a classic Bible Speaks Today volume features lightly updated language, current NIV Scripture quotations and a new interior design. A study guide at the end of the book will help you more deeply ponder the message of Acts and how it speaks to your life.

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  • Romans : A Structural, Thematic, And Exegetical Commentary

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    Paul’s majestic letter to the Romans has impacted generations of readers. Christians regularly turn to it as a foundation for doctrine, evangelism, and Christian living. However, individual verses are often pulled from their context or later doctrinal formulations are imported into the text. Are we truly following Paul’s meaning? What if we reread Romans on its own terms, with sensitivity to its flow and structure?

    Aaron Sherwood’s Romans commentary keeps Paul’s argument central. As we encounter the letter’s message and theology, the forest is never lost for the trees. Reading Romans with rhetorical perception results in illuminating and sometimes surprising conclusions.

    Encounter afresh this majestic letter with Sherwood’s insightful commentary.

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  • Nehemiah : A Pastoral And Exegetical Commentary

    $28.99

    Pursuing the glory of God

    The book of Nehemiah highlights the priorities God’s people should pursue and the principles needed to fulfill their mission. Bridging the gap between devotional and technical commentaries, Nehemiah: A Pastoral and Exegetical Commentary is an easy to understand exposition of this often overlooked Old Testament narrative. With a mixture of historical data and practical applications, T. J. Betts emphasizes the relevance of Nehemiah’s message for believers today.

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  • Lexham Geographic Commentary On Acts Through Revelation

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    Walking in the footsteps of the Apostles.

    The Lexham Geographic Commentary on Acts through Revelation puts readers in the sandals of the Apostles as they travel throughout the Mediterranean, explaining the geographical setting for the spread of Christianity in the first century. Geography is a central concern throughout the writings of Paul and the Apostles, but the full significance of its geographical context is easily overlooked without a familiarity with the places, the types of transportation, the relative distances, and the travel conditions around the ancient Mediterranean. Luke’s account mentions places from all over the known world, and Paul’s missionary travels covered an estimated 15,000 miles by land and sea. The Lexham Geographic Commentary gives you insight into the importance of all of these locations–both culturally and spatially–and provides a deeper understanding of the spread of early Christianity.

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  • Tony Evans Bible Commentary

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    Tony Evans is one of the most influential church leaders of our time and has been faithful in his effective proclamation of the Gospel for over 50 years. He is senior pastor of Oak Cliff Bible Fellowship in Dallas, TX and founder of The Urban Alternative, a ministry which promotes a kingdom agenda philosophy designed to enable people to live all of life underneath the comprehensive rule of God.

    The Tony Evans Bible Commentary includes an introduction to each Bible book followed by passage-by-passage exposition of the entire Bible by Dr. Tony Evans. In addition, there is a special front matter section with introductory resources. The insights in this commentary will help explain God’s Word in a fresh way. Applying these truths will empower readers to have transformed lives that then transfer the values of the kingdom of God to others.

    The Tony Evans Bible Commentary features the highly readable, highly reliable text of the Christian Standard Bible(R) (CSB). The CSB stays as literal as possible to the Bible’s original meaning without sacrificing clarity, making it easier to engage with Scripture’s life-changing message and to share it with others.

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  • Amos Jonah And Micah

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    Throughout the Old Testament, Yahweh drew his prophets from the most unlikely circumstances. The minor prophets Amos, Jonah, and Micah were each called out of their ordinary lives to deliver timely messages-both to their original audiences and for us, today. While they’re each unique, these three biblical books can be connected by the theological themes of divine justice, mercy, judgment, and repentance. In this volume, JoAnna M. Hoyt examines these themes in depth, revealing the complexity of the relationship between God and his people.

    Throughout her commentary, Hoyt closely examines the text of these three prophetic books, giving us a scholarly and applicable exploration for the church.

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  • Acts Verse By Verse

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    The events in the book of Acts changed our world forever.

    Following his account of Jesus’ life and ministry in his Gospel, Luke recounts the formation of the early church in Acts. And while the apostles appear to be at the center of this narrative, all of their work is done through the presence and guidance of the Holy Spirit. In every chapter in Acts, we see Spirit-empowered apostles sharing the gospel reality of the risen Christ to the ends of the earth.

    In Acts Verse by Verse, Grant Osborne guides readers through these crucial events in history. He shows us that by sending his Holy Spirit, the risen and exalted Lord was acting through the apostles–and through us today–to transform human history. Osborne skillfully explains the significance of these events and shows us how we can draw inspiration from them today.

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  • Luke Verse By Verse

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    The Gospel of Luke is an orderly historical account, but it is far from ordinary.

    In the longest Gospel, Luke places great stress on the unique lordship of Jesus and God’s plan to bring salvation into this world. Throughout, Luke stresses that Jesus’ message reaches the forgotten people groups of this world, particularly the poor and women, showing us that the gospel is truly intended for all peoples.

    In Luke Verse by Verse, Grant Osborne leads readers through this systematic account of Jesus’ life. He shows us why Luke may be called “the theologian of prayer” and unpacks the far–reaching power of the gospel then and now. With Osborne as guide, readers will learn what this Gospel, which introduces the Suffering Servant who has become the Risen Lord of all and reigns by his Spirit, can teach us today.

    The Osborne New Testament Commentaries, by respected professor and author Grant R. Osborne, are for people seeking a straightforward explanation of the text in its context, avoiding either oversimplification or technical complexity. Osborne brings out the riches of the New Testament, making each book accessible for pastors and all who consider themselves students of Scripture.

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  • Gospel Of Luke (Reprinted)

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    In this addition to the successful Catholic Commentary on Sacred Scripture series, Fr. Pablo Gadenz examines the Gospel of Luke from within the living tradition of the Church for pastoral ministers, lay readers, and students alike. Gadenz explains the biblical text clearly and concisely in light of recent scholarship and pays particular attention to the themes, theology, and Old Testament background of Luke’s Gospel. Sidebars explain the biblical background and offer theological insights from Church fathers, saints, and popes, and reflection and application sections offer suggestions for daily Christian living.

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  • Being Joseph : The Brother Who Restored A Family And Nurtured A Nation

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    Have you ever felt betrayed by a family member? Have you ever needed even a glimpse of hope to help you through a tough situation? In the Old Testament, we read that Joseph was thrown into a pit and then sold by his own brothers. This great betrayal left him feeling alone and in despair. Unfortunately, this was only the beginning of his troubles.

    “Being Joseph” takes a closer, pastoral perspective on perseverance through hardships, the value of forgiveness even when it’s near impossible, and the redemptive hope of reconciliation. Joseph’s story expands on dreams, slavery, seduction, imprisonment, and the restoration of a family. In the worst moments of Joseph’s life, we can see that God never left his side. The lessons we can learn from this book can help enrich our daily lives in this difficult world today.

    All ages will benefit from this captivating commentary on a real family, just like yours.

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  • 1 And 2 Thessalonians Verse By Verse

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    When we overlook Paul’s letters to the Thessalonians, we miss out.

    Paul’s letters to the church in Thessalonica are often considered two of the less important of his letters, but they were written to a very important city with very important issues. In addition to addressing the issue of Christ’s return and the problem of people who refused to work, these letters model a truly loving relationship between a pastor and a congregation.

    In 1 & 2 Thessalonians Verse by Verse, respected New Testament scholar Grant R. Osborne shows us that in a world that centered on the divinity of the emperor and the demands to participate in the worship of the gods, the Thessalonians desperately needed to be given resources that would help them withstand the pressure to conform. These letters provide us with a thrilling example of affection among believers in extremely hard times and help us see how that affection can make severe trials bearable.

    The Osborne New Testament Commentaries, by respected professor and author Grant R. Osborne, are for people seeking a straightforward explanation of the text in its context, avoiding either oversimplification or technical complexity. Osborne brings out the riches of the New Testament, making each book accessible for pastors and all who consider themselves students of Scripture.

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  • John Verse By Verse

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    John is at once the most complex and the easiest to understand of all the Gospels.

    If we want a young seeker or new believer to read something that is both clear and filled with the gospel and good basic theology, we give them the Gospel of John. And if we want to study an incredibly deep theological masterpiece that stretches the brightest mind, we open the Gospel of John. It is the most evangelistic account of Jesus’ life and ministry, and it also gives the mature Christian deep theological truths to chew on.

    In John Verse by Verse, respected New Testament scholar Grant R. Osborne invites the reader to become caught up in the dramatic masterpiece of the Fourth Gospel. He writes, “If I were teaching a course in college or seminary on creative writing, John’s Gospel would be set alongside Shakespeare as models of brilliant characterization and plot.” It is perhaps Osborne’s favorite book of the Bible, and enthusiasm for it shines on every page.

    The Osborne New Testament Commentaries, by respected professor and author Grant R. Osborne, are for people seeking a straightforward explanation of the text in its context, avoiding either oversimplification or technical complexity. Osborne brings out the riches of the New Testament, making each book accessible for pastors and all who consider themselves students of Scripture.

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  • Lexham Geographic Commentary On The Gospels

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    Many familiar Gospel narratives are filled with geographic details that people gloss over because of their distance from the Holy Land.

    Yet climate, landscape, natural resources, and other features of geography leave a lasting mark on the societies and cultures that have developed within them. In a world of dirt roads and dry riverbeds, where shepherds watch their flocks in the hills and fishermen mend their nets by the sea, Jesus taught from hill and plain, using the surrounding landscape as the backdrop for his teaching. Jesus’ parables and illustrations are often brimming with geographic clues, but the significance of these distinctive details is often lost. The Lexham Geographic Commentary on the Gospels puts readers in the sandals of the disciples as they travel throughout Israel with Jesus, explaining the significance of geography for mining the riches of the biblical text.

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  • Gospel Of John 2

    $18.00

    For more than fifty years and for millions of readers around the world, the New Daily Study Bible commentaries have been the ideal help for both devotional and serious Bible study. William Barclays brilliant communication, down-to-earth approach, and sheer enthusiasm have inspired generations of readers. These new editions contain a new foreword from renowned theologian and author Alister McGrath, along with updated language to clarify less familiar illustrations from the originals and the inclusion of more contemporary language.

    Markedly different from the other gospels, The Gospel of John avoids the pithy phrases that identify Matthew, Mark, and Luke. Johns thorough and winning, yet confrontational, style is part of the reason that this gospel is considered to be so important within the New Testament. In this second volume of commentary on John, William Barclay explores this gospels implicit statements and clarifies meaning. Often referred to as the spiritual gospel, it is the book on which, above all, people feed their minds and nourish their hearts, and in which they rest their souls.

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  • Jude : Evangelical Exegetical Commentary

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    Jude calls believers to stand firm in their belief in Jesus’ messiahship, even when various forms of rebellion occur around them. In this comprehensive volume, Herbert Bateman examines the historical, cultural, and literary context of Jude’s letter, identifying the “godless” as Zealots and other Judaeans caught up in an insurgence against Rome. At the same time, the letter admonishes readers to extend mercy to those who inadvertently rebel against God, both inside and outside the church.

    The Evangelical Exegetical Commentary series incorporates the latest in critical biblical scholarship and is written from a distinctly evangelical perspective. Each comprehensive volume combines historical and literary explanations with insights for understanding the text within the Bible’s larger story and applying it to everyday life.

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  • Ephesians

    $30.00

    In his letter to the Ephesians, Paul elaborates on, in a most wonderful way, the God-given, Christ-secured, Holy Spirit-applied privileges of the Christian life. Here, perhaps more than anywhere else in the New Testament, we are brought face to face with the “unsearchable riches of Christ” (3:8). Step by adoring step, Paul introduces us to the spiritual blessings that are the predestined, blood-bought privileges of all who have put their self-abandoning trust in Jesus Christ. His letter to the Ephesians is a spiritual Mount Everest, turning us away from ourselves and placing the spotlight of God’s great salvation wholly on Christ.

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  • Romans (Reprinted)

    $25.99

    This Catholic commentary on Romans interprets Scripture from within the living tradition of the Church for pastoral ministers, lay readers, and students.

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  • Philippians 2:19-4:23

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    In his epistle to the Philippians, Paul addresses internal struggles and external pressures that the church faced. In the letter he presents the sacrificial life of Christ as the ultimate example, “the ethical foundation for all of life,” and then calls believers to imitate Christ in their own lives. In this volume, Mark J. Keown scrupulously examines Philippians with a clear eye on the original text and a fine-tuned ear to first-century culture while also interacting with the full history of scholarship on Philippians. Keown also carefully considers the letter’s theological and devotional importance for present-day believers. The result is the most comprehensive commentary on Philippians yet published.

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  • Philippians 1:1-2:18

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    In his epistle to the Philippians, Paul addresses internal struggles and external pressures that the church faced. In the letter he presents the sacrificial life of Christ as the ultimate example, “the ethical foundation for all of life,” and then calls believers to imitate Christ in their own lives. In this volume, Mark J. Keown scrupulously examines Philippians with a clear eye on the original text and a fine-tuned ear to first-century culture while also interacting with the full history of scholarship on Philippians. Keown also carefully considers the letter’s theological and devotional importance for present-day believers. The result is the most comprehensive commentary on Philippians yet published.

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  • Philippians Verse By Verse

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    Even though he was writing from prison, the Apostle Paul’s gratitude and joy leaps off the page in his letter to the Philippians. He writes to Christians in a Greek city that he visited on his second missionary journey to thank them for their partnership with him, and also to encourage them to maintain unity in the face of forces that were trying to divide them.
    In Philippians Verse by Verse, Grant R. Osborne draws on years of examining the text to offer a clear explanation of what this book meant to its original audience and what it means today. In spite of sometimes dire circumstances, we too may experience joy, encouragement, and fellowship if we remain focused on what God has done for us in Christ.

    The Osborne New Testament Commentary Series is a set of commentaries on every New Testament book for people who are looking for a straightforward explanation of the text. In each volume, Grant R. Osborne seeks to carefully exposit the text in plain language, bringing out the treasures in each book and making them accessible for today’s readers.

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  • Galatians Verse By Verse

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    After the Apostle Paul returned from his first missionary journey, he heard that a certain group of legalistic Jewish Christians had infiltrated the churches he had established. These false teachers were teaching that new Christians had to be circumcised and follow the Old Testament law in order to be truly saved. Paul, realizing the gospel was at stake, wrote this letter in response.

    In Galatians Verse by Verse, experienced New Testament scholar sets forth Paul’s laser-focused argument: Jesus is not only the Messiah; he came to inaugurate a new era in salvation history. In this new era, Christians are not made right with God by obeying the law; justification is by faith alone. This frees believers to live their lives not trying to earn salvation, but instead joyfully keeping in step with the Spirit. Pastors, Bible study leaders, and invested laypeople will all benefit from Osborne’s careful reading of the text and commitment to making sense of the New Testament without scholarly jargon.

    The Osborne New Testament Commentary Series is a set of commentaries on every New Testament book. In each volume, Grant R. Osborne seeks to carefully exposit the text in plain language, bringing out the treasures in each book and making them accessible for today’s readers.

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  • 1 New Man Bible Companion Volume 1 (Student/Study Guide)

    $19.99

    Commentary and Study Guide

    This exhaustive commentary by Rev. William Morford, translator and editor of the One New Man Bible covers more than two-hundred indexed subjects in eleven chapters, including the nature of God, covenant, the Hebrew and Greek languages, religious myths, biblical word meanings, teachings, Jewish roots, repentance and the Patriarchs.

    Also included are biblical weights and measures, Hebrew months, and a map of the united kingdom in the days of David and Solomon.

    At more than 91,000 words and 242 pages this companion to the One New Man Bible, will serve as a useful and constant guide in your Bible study for years to come.

    From the Foreword by Thomas A. McRae:
    The “Body Of Christ,” known today as the Church, desperately needs a transforming work of the Spirit of Truth in our midst – the truth of God’s inspired Word that’s free from distorted doctrine and ‘religious philosophy.’

    Under God’s gracious direction, Bill Morford has done a great service to the Saints with the writing of this “Companion.” The One New Man Bible, with its more than 4,000 footnotes; along with this supplement, is a tremendous help for clearing up much miss-interpretation, miss-understanding, miss-aligned applications and conclusions of Biblical texts. Biblical terms which have been miss-understood by much of the Community of Believers are now made clear and understandable. It offers to us a more accurate knowledge of God’s inspired message to humanity.

    Within these pages you will find a treasure of knowledge and understanding of the whole Bible and, hopefully, a renewed love for the Truth of God’s Word. It is one thing to read about truth, but quite another to understand it correctly for a righteous walk of faith. Consider this material to be a “magnifying glass” which exposes distortions imposed by religious tradition, compromise and a limited defining of Biblical terms. It is also a ‘light’ shining into our hearts to bring us fuller knowledge of Truth; for it is our knowing the Truth that sets us free and experiencing Truth that makes us and keeps us free, indeed.

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  • Exodus 1-18

    $64.99

    In the book of Exodus, the promises to the patriarchs begin to see their fulfillment: Yahweh takes a people for himself and dwells among them. He is not a distant deity, but a God who speaks and acts to deliver his people from oppression. In this two-volume commentary, Eugene Carpenter interacts with the Hebrew text to trace these and other important themes through Exodus. He also discusses how key theological concepts of Exodus continue throughout the Bible and offers suggestions for applying the message of the book to modern-day readers.

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