The Mentor Commentary series combines a high view of Scripture with access to the latest academic theological research. This unique combination allows the reader to see what recent scholarly research has discovered without losing sight of the inerrancy of Scripture. Uncover the meaning of Scripture, and clarify its relevance for your life today. Grasp the significance of the Bible for our times. And discover the richness of Scripture with detailed commentary, thorough exegesis, and probing questions on literary, interpretive, and contextual issues.
These important commentaries are essential for pastors to use for sermon preparation, and for students and scholars of the Bible interested in literary, exegetical, and interpretive questions. Although they discuss textual, linguistic, and grammatical issues, they do so using English, making them accessible for English-only study. Detailed footnotes, a bibliography, and subject and author indexes make each volume a useful starting point for further research on a particular book of the Bible.
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- Discussion of important textual, literary, and philological questions
- Introduction to the style, structure, and composition, including authorship
- Background studies on the literary traditions
- Exegetical and interpretive issues are discussed
- Outlines the significant theological themes from the text
- Introduction to the historical and cultural setting of the book
- Title: Mentor Commentary Series Upgrade 2
- Series: Mentor Commentary
- Publisher: Christian Focus
- Volumes: 3
- Pages: 1,428