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Is Job Focused on the Nature of Suffering?

In the Job volume of the NIV Application Commentary, John Walton (professor of Old Testament at Wheaton College) suggests that the book of Job isn’t focused just on the nature of suffering, the way we’ve always thought. Rather, it’s all about the...

Compare Outlines of Biblical Passages

One of the first steps of any Bible study is to develop an outline of your passage. It’s a straightforward way to grasp the argument, flow of thought, and themes in that section of Scripture. As you’re developing an outline, it’s immensely helpful...

What’s New for the EEC in 2015?

Critical scholarship can be a slow process, but it’s worth it. So much goes into a single volume of the Evangelical Exegetical Commentary—it’s a collaborative effort. But years of research and authorship are just the beginning. Experts such as Wayne...

Newly Updated Series for 2015

The new year has kept us busy keeping updated the collections you know and love—check out these favorite commentary and sermon products to make sure you’re not missing key resources in your Bible study and sermon prep! Tim Keller Sermon Archive...

Patristic Commentaries on Pre-Pub

If you’re interested in the preaching and exegesis of the Fathers of the Church, there are three important collections available for pre-order that you should know about. The Works of St. Cyril of Alexandria makes an excellent complement to the...

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