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Evangelical Exegetical Commentary (EEC) (13 vols.)

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Overview

The Evangelical Exegetical Commentary (EEC) series is a premiere biblical commentary rooted in the original text of Scripture. Incorporating the latest in critical biblical scholarship and written from a distinctly evangelical perspective, each comprehensive volume features a remarkable amount of depth, providing historical and literary insights, and addressing exegetical, pastoral, and theological details. Readers will gain a full understanding of the text and how to apply it to everyday life.

Because the EEC is published with a digital format in mind, it gives contributors the freedom to spare nothing in their analysis. This ensures readers are given the most complete understanding of the text possible. These acclaimed commentaries are essential resources for instructors, students, working pastors, and anyone interested in a trustworthy study of Scripture.

Want the best deal on the entire series? Save 55% off the print price by ordering the 44-volume set today! You’ll get the thirteen available volumes now, and each new volume will automatically download when it releases.

 

Series Distinctives:

The Evangelical Exegetical Commentary (EEC) is a multi-volume commentary series that covers all sixty-six books of the Old and New Testaments.

  • Comprehensive without compromise. The EEC goes into astonishing depth, addressing exegetical, pastoral, and theological details to give readers a full understanding of the text.
  • Distinctly evangelical perspective. The volumes reflect a serious commitment to the inspiration of the Holy Scriptures.
  • Rooted in the original text. The volumes contain commentary developed primarily from a close reading of the text in its original language.
  • Reflects the latest critical scholarship. The volumes engage current scholarship in a fair and accurate manner.
  • Investigates the original context. The volumes examine the relevant biblical text within their historical, literary, and cultural contexts.
  • Fosters a canonical reading of Scripture. The volumes contain rich commentary on biblical theology as well as devotional insights.

Product Details

  • Title: Evangelical Exegetical Commentary (EEC)
  • General Editor: H. Wayne House
  • Old Testament Editor: William D. Barrick
  • New Testament Editor: Andreas Köstenberger
  • Assistant Old Testament Editor: JoAnna M. Hoyt
  • Assistant New Testament Editor: Ben Gladd
  • Lexham Press Editor: Derek Brown
  • Publisher: Lexham Press
  • Volumes: 13
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Exodus

  • Author: Eugene Carpenter
  • Editor: H. Wayne House and William D. Barrick
  • Publisher: Lexham Press
  • Publication Date: 2012
  • Pages: 1232

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 as their God. In this volume, Eugene Carpenter interacts with the most current scholarship and analyzes the Hebrew text to trace this important theme through Exodus.

Eugene Carpenter’s magnum opus is impressive in its scholarly breadth and depth.

—Dr. Wayne McCown, provost emeritus, Roberts Wesleyan College, and founding dean emeritus, Northeastern Seminary

1 & 2 Samuel

  • Author: Harry A. Hoffner Jr.
  • Editor: H. Wayne House and William D. Barrick
  • Publisher: Lexham Press
  • Publication Date: 2015

This volume represents the final work of renowned scholar Harry A. Hoffner, Jr. An expert Hittitologist, Hoffner brings his understanding of ancient Near Eastern cultures to the text of 1–2 Samuel, providing a commentary that is sure to make an impact for years to come. First and Second Samuel pick up where the book of Judges leaves off, continuing the narrative sweep of the history of Israel. They cover the life of the prophet Samuel, the rise and fall of Saul as King, and the reign of King David.

Ezra & Nehemiah

  • Author: Israel Loken
  • Editor: H. Wayne House and William D. Barrick
  • Publisher: Lexham Press
  • Publication Date: 2011

By analyzing Ezra’s and Nehemiah’s elements of narrative and the historical backgrounds, Israel Loken explains how and why God’s people rebuilt Jerusalem and changed their way of worship. Loken examines what the characters and events in Ezra and Nehemiah teach us about worship, life, and God.

Esther

  • Author: Anthony J. Tomasino
  • Editor: H. Wayne House and William D. Barrick
  • Publisher: Lexham Press
  • Publication Date: 2013
  • Pages: 416

What is the real message of Esther? In this commentary, Anthony Tomasino closely examines the Hebrew text to explore the motifs of feasting, sovereignty, assertiveness, and reversal in the book of Esther. He also explores its connection with the celebration of Purim, the theme of the invincibility of the Jews, and the conspicuous absence of any mention of God.

Tomasino’s treatment of the book of Esther is discerning, judicious, balanced, nuanced and, because of all that, eminently useful to scholar as well as pastor.

—John H. Walton, Professor of Old Testament, Wheaton College

Song of Songs

  • Author: Boyd Luter
  • Editor: H. Wayne House and William D. Barrick
  • Publisher: Lexham Press
  • Publication Date: 2013

In this commentary, Boyd Luter argues that Song of Songs contains an inverted parallel structure that divides it into seven sections, taking a young couple from their initial longings and expressions of affection for each other, to their wedding day, and on to the various struggles that threaten to derail their love.

Lamentations

  • Author: Abner Chou
  • Editor: H. Wayne House and William D. Barrick
  • Publisher: Lexham Press
  • Publication Date: 2011

This commentary on Lamentations examines the language of intense lament and loss over Jerusalem. Old Testament expert Abner Chou provides detailed discussions of the authorship, date, and historical background, as well as textual and genre issues.

Daniel

  • Author: J. Paul Tanner
  • Editor: H. Wayne House and William D. Barrick
  • Publisher: Lexham Press
  • Publication Date: 2020
  • Pages: 864

In this commentary, Paul 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.

Masterful in its use of Hebrew and Aramaic, without peer in the depth and breadth of its citation of relevant resources, and engagingly delightful in the clarity of its literary style.

—Eugene H. Merrill, Dallas Theological Seminary

Amos, Jonah, & Micah

  • Author: JoAnna M. Hoyt
  • Editor: H. Wayne House and William D. Barrick
  • Publisher: Lexham Press
  • Publication Date: 2018
  • Pages: 880

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.

A superb volume that will take a place among the best exegetical commentaries available on these three important prophetic books.

—Robert B. Chisholm, Jr., Chair and Senior Professor of Old Testament Studies Dallas Theological Seminary

Ephesians

  • Author: S. M. Baugh
  • Editor: H. Wayne House and W. Hall Harris III
  • Publisher: Lexham Press
  • Publication Date: 2015
  • Pages: 672

In this commentary on Paul’s letter to the Ephesians, S. M. Baugh identifies the main theme as “unity in the inaugurated new creation.” He then walks the reader through the indicative first part of the letter, which sets forth various aspects of the Christian faith, and the imperative second part, which calls readers to a lifestyle based on these truths.

Unquestionably the best technical commentary on Ephesians.

—D. A. Carson, Research Professor of New Testament, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School

Philippians

  • Author: Mark Keown
  • Editor: H. Wayne House and W. Hall Harris III
  • Publisher: Lexham Press
  • Publication Date: 2017
  • Pages: 1424

Mark Keown shows how Paul appeals to Christ’s exemplary acts of humility and sacrifice to encourage believers to live worthy of the gospel in every aspect of life. He draws attention to the pastoral heart of the imprisoned Paul, who warns the Philippians against false teachers while calling them to demonstrate their imitation of Christ through a commitment to mission and “radical generosity.”

For those who teach and preach Philippians this volume will be a necessary and worthy companion.

—Darrell L. Bock, senior research professor of New Testament studies, Dallas Theological Seminary

Philemon

  • Author: Seth M. Ehorn
  • Editor: H. Wayne House and W. Hall Harris III
  • Publisher: Lexham Press
  • Publication Date: 2011

In this volume, Seth M. Ehorn takes the uncommon stance that slavery is not the central issue of Philemon; instead, God’s providential work is. According to Ehorn, this is seen in the themes that Paul addresses throughout his letter: reconciliation, forgiveness, love, and faithfulness—attributes that Christ exhibited.

Jude

  • Author: Herbert Bateman
  • Editor: H. Wayne House and W. Hall Harris III
  • Publisher: Lexham Press
  • Publication Date: 2015
  • Pages: 512

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.

A fresh look at the Epistle of Jude—and at the broader world of an important part of the early church.

—Buist Fanning, senior professor emeritus of New Testament studies, Dallas Theological Seminary

1, 2, & 3 John

  • Author: Gary Derickson
  • Editor: H. Wayne House and W. Hall Harris III
  • Publisher: Lexham Press
  • Publication Date: 2012
  • Pages: 800

In this volume, Gary Derickson explores how John communicates his pastoral concerns in his three epistles. By encouraging his readers to express God’s love through being actively involved in each other’s lives, John shows that he is not concerned with how we possess eternal life but with how we express it as we relate to God.

It sets a very high standard and is notable for its thoroughness, careful exegesis, in-depth knowledge of the scholarly literature, and warm-hearted commitment to the gospel of Christ.

—Colin Kruse, PhD, Senior Lecturer in New Testament, Melbourne School of Theology

About the Editors

H. Wayne House, General Editor of the ECC, is Distinguished Research Professor of Biblical & Theological Studies at Faith Evangelical Seminary in Tacoma, Washington and President of Christian Perspectives International. He is the author of Charts of Contemporary Cults, Sects, and Religious Movements, Charts of Christian Theology and Doctrine, and Divorce and Remarriage: Four Christian Views.

William Barrick, Old Testament Editor of the EEC, is Professor Old Testament and Director of Th.D. Studies at The Master’s Seminary. Dr. Barrick has contributed to Bible translations in six languages, authored 24 books, and written more than one hundred scholarly articles and reviews. He has also contributed to Coming to Grips with Genesis: Biblical Authority and the Age of the Earth, Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Creationism, and A Grammar for Biblical Hebrew.

Andreas Köstenberger, New Testament Editor of the EEC, is Research Professor of New Testament and Biblical Theology and Director of the Center for Biblical Studies at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. He is also the Founder of Biblical Foundations,™ an organization devoted to encouraging a return to the biblical foundations in the home, the church, and society. Dr. Köstenberger is a leading evangelical scholar and prolific author. He has authored, edited, or translated close to fifty books and serves as editor of the Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society.

JoAnna M. Hoyt, Assistant Old Testament Editor of the EEC, is a visiting professor at Dallas Theological Seminary, and an adjunct professor at the Graduate Institute of Applied Linguistics. Her main area of research is Hebrew exegesis and linguistics. She has a Ph.D. and Th.M. in Old Testament Studies from Dallas Theological Seminary and a B.A. in Christian Studies (Theology and Biblical Languages) from Howard Payne University. In addition to her academic work she worked in campus ministry for seven years and continues to be active in ministry.

Ben Gladd, Assistant New Testament Editor of the EEC, is Associate Professor of New Testament at Reformed Theological Seminary. He serves on the editorial board for Themelios and has authored numerous books.

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