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Standard Reference Library of the Old and New Testaments (5 vols.)

por Redford, Douglas, Pechawer, Larry

Standard 2007–2008

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Standard Reference Library of the Old and New Testaments (5 vols.)
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Overview

What is the purpose of the Old Testament—and how does it connect with the rest of Scripture? Why do many well-meaning Christians neglect the books, themes, and people from the Old Testament? The Standard Reference Library of the Old and New Testaments offers 3 volumes that take a fresh look at the key themes from the Old Testament. These titles explain the purpose of Old Testament laws, identify God’s work in Israel’s history, and connect the prophets with the person of Christ.

The Standard Reference Library of the Old and New Testaments also presents a two-volume collection on the New Testament, designed for teachers, preachers, church leaders, or anyone who desires a source of further insight into God’s Word. The first volume presents a collection of lessons on the life of Christ from the Gospels and the second volume presents a collection of lessons on the remainder of the New Testament.

In these comprehensive volumes, Douglas Redford compiles the most insightful, most helpful portions of commentary on certain key passages that have been covered on different occasions throughout the history of the Standard Lesson Commentary. The format for each chapter has been kept purposefully simple. Under the title of each chapter is a list of the passages to be examined within that chapter. Each passage is then studied under two main headings: “Establishing the Groundwork” and “Examining the Text.” The “Groundwork” section aims to place a passage in its proper context, providing background information about the significant people, places, and events. For example, in the volume dealing with Christ’s life, the “Groundwork” portion explains where in Jesus’ life and ministry the passage occurred, and it also seeks to provide a smooth transition between passages so that the flow of thought is maintained. The “Examining the Text” portion presents a verse-by-verse explanation of the Biblical text being considered. In some cases, two or more verses will be grouped together (for example, verses that describe something that took place within one of Jesus’ parables).

What’s more, with the Logos Digital Library, every Scripture citation is linked to your favorite Bible translation, and the important people, places, and terms are linked to Bible dictionaries, encyclopedias, and the wealth of other books in your library. That makes the Logos edition of the Standard Reference Library of the Old and New Testaments ideal for both first-time study and in-depth research.

The Old Testament outlines God’s intention of a marvelous future of extraordinary blessings for all his people, coming especially through the promised Messiah who is revealed in the New Testament. This collection, combined with the power of your Logos Digital Library, helps pastors, teachers, and students understand the power of the Old and New Testaments’ message, and shows how the Bible’s references to real people and real situations serve our own spiritual benefit. Small group leaders, Sunday school teachers, preachers, and other serious Bible students will benefit from this through-the-Bible commentary set.

Key Features

  • Pronunciation guide for difficult names of important people and places
  • Outline of the entire Bible
  • Connects Old Testament events to New Testament themes
  • Explains difficult Old and New Testament concepts in accessible language

Individual Titles

The Pentateuch: Genesis–Deuteronomy

  • Author: Doug Redford
  • Publisher: Standard Publishing
  • Publication Date: 2008
  • Pages: 302

Sample pages: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5

This volume takes readers from Eden to Canaan, from the creation of the universe to the creation of a nation. Drawing heavily from Genesis, the book surveys the life and faith of the patriarchs. The chapters that cover Exodus to Deuteronomy detail the Israelites’ deliverance from Egyptian bondage and wandering through the wilderness, before crossing the Jordan and inhabiting the Promised Land.

Doug Redford is Associate Professor of Old Testament at Cincinnati Christian University. Doug was born and raised near Columbus, Indiana, where he was a member of the Jonesville Christian Church. He has served as a preacher, an editor of Sunday school curriculum at Standard Publishing, and currently as a Bible teacher at CCU. He and his wife Margie have three children: Jessica, Jon, and Tim; and one grandchild: Robby.

The History of Israel: Joshua–Esther

  • Author: Doug Redford
  • Publisher: Standard Publishing
  • Publication Date: 2008
  • Pages: 303

Sample pages: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5

This volume surveys the events of Israel’s history from the crossing of the Jordan to the exile beyond the Euphrates. Noting the victorious conquest of the land, the dark days of the judges, the glory of the united kingdom, and the downward spiral of the divided kingdoms, the book gives a broad overview of Israel’s leaders and their influence, for good or bad, on the nation. It concludes with a note of hope as the nation is rebuilt after exile.

Doug Redford is Associate Professor of Old Testament at Cincinnati Christian University. Doug was born and raised near Columbus, Indiana, where he was a member of the Jonesville Christian Church. He has served as a preacher, an editor of Sunday school curriculum at Standard Publishing, and currently as a Bible teacher at CCU. He and his wife Margie have three children: Jessica, Jon, and Tim; and one grandchild: Robby.

Poetry and Prophecy: Job–Malachi

  • Author: Larry Pechawer
  • Publisher: Standard Publishing
  • Publication Date: 2008
  • Pages: 304

Sample pages: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5

This volume examines some of the favorite passages in the Old Testament. The Shepherd’s Psalm, Isaiah’s prophecy of the virgin birth and the Wonderful Counselor, Ezekiel’s dry bones, and Daniel in the lion’s den—exposition of each of these texts is included. The book surveys the rich poetry of Israel in Job, Psalms, Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, and Song of Solomon, and gives an overview of the books of prophecy.

Larry Pechawer is Professor of Old Testament and Hebrew Language at Ozark Christian College. A native of Springfield, Ohio, Larry is married and has two children. Previous to serving at Ozark, he taught at Cincinnati Christian University and Central Christian College of the Bible in Moberly, Missouri. He has also held ministries in Ohio, Kentucky, and Missouri during his teaching career. He participates with Seminary of the Nations in overseas teaching trips; he has taught in Pakistan, India, Egypt, the Caribbean, Panama, and Chile.

The Life and Ministry of Jesus: The Gospels

  • Author: Douglas Redford
  • Publisher: Standard Publishing
  • Publication Date: 2007
  • Pages: 303

Sample pages: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6

The Life and Ministry of Jesus: The Gospels is a collection of lessons on the life and ministry of Christ, taking a chronological look at his miraculous existence by blending the four Gospels into a single story.

Doug Redford is Associate Professor of Old Testament at Cincinnati Christian University. Doug was born and raised near Columbus, Indiana, where he was a member of the Jonesville Christian Church. He has served as a preacher, an editor of Sunday school curriculum at Standard Publishing, and currently as a Bible teacher at CCU. He and his wife Margie have three children: Jessica, Jon, and Tim; and one grandchild: Robby.

The New Testament Church: Acts–Revelation

  • Author: Douglas Redford
  • Publisher: Standard Publishing
  • Publication Date: 2007
  • Pages: 303

Sample pages: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4

The New Testament Church: Acts–Revelation comes to life in this look at the biblical history of the first-century church and the letters written to address its specific needs. This volume provides a series of studies drawn from Acts through Revelation.

Doug Redford is Associate Professor of Old Testament at Cincinnati Christian University. Doug was born and raised near Columbus, Indiana, where he was a member of the Jonesville Christian Church. He has served as a preacher, an editor of Sunday school curriculum at Standard Publishing, and currently as a Bible teacher at CCU. He and his wife Margie have three children: Jessica, Jon, and Tim; and one grandchild: Robby.

Product Details

  • Title: Standard Reference Library of the Old and New Testaments
  • Authors: Doug Redford and Larry Pechawer
  • Publisher: Standard Publishing
  • Volumes: 5
  • Pages: 1,515