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D. Edmond Hiebert Collection (5 vols.)
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D. Edmond Hiebert Collection (5 vols.)


Bob Jones University Press 1989–1994

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Logos is pleased to present a five-volume collection from well-known New Testament exegete, scholar, professor, and author D. Edmond Hiebert. This collection includes three commentaries on several New Testament books including Mark, 1–3 John, 2 Peter, and Jude. Each commentary provides thorough introductions, bibliographies, and Scripture and subject indexes. The D. Edmond Hiebert Collection contains two additional volumes. Working with God through Prayer emphasizes the power and importance of prayer and In Paul's Shadow highlights the various people surrounding Paul and his ministry.

With the Logos edition of the D. Edmond Hiebert Collection you can perform powerful searches and access a wealth of information on the New Testament quickly and easily! Hovering over Scripture references displays the text from the Greek New Testament or your preferred English translation, and you can link all three commentaries to the other commentaries in your digital library for accurate research and a fuller understanding of the Bible. Pastors, students, scholars, and general readers will find this series a welcome and essential aid to a better understanding of the New Testament.

Key Features

  • Three commentaries on New Testament books
  • Thorough and sound exegesis of the biblical text
  • Analysis of people surrounding the Apostle Paul's ministry

Praise for D. Edmond Hiebert

While our generation has produced many notable scholars, few have achieved excellence in writing biblical commentaries from the standpoint of evangelical theology. The tendency has been in religious literature to discuss the views of men rather than the inspired Word of God. Dr. D. Edmond Hiebert has manifested extraordinary gifts as a leading scholar in the field of biblical exegesis. In his writings he has shown thorough research, a comprehensive review of pertinent literature, and, more importantly, a penetrating discernment of the precise meaning of the scriptural text. He has combined depth in scholarship with practical application and has manifested an ability to communicate the results of his study in an understandable way. His works have benefited both the scholar and the lay reader and have served to provide a solid basis for interpreting Scripture for a generation which has deviated more from biblical truth than any generation in the past. God has raised up men such as Dr. Hiebert to provide a sure word in an age that is groping for eternal truth.

John F. Walvoord, president, Dallas Theological Seminary

Dr. Hiebert towers among God’s men as a man of intellectual power and spiritual warmth that are rooted in a vital relationship with Jesus Christ, whom he loves, and nurtured by the Holy Scriptures, which are his sole delight.

—R. M. Baerg, pastor, Mennonite Brethren Church, Dinuba, CA

As his colleague I have great admiration for his scholarship and personal piety. . . . His theological stance is conservative, but it is not a blind conservatism since he is aware of the wide range of views that exist. His commitment to the infallible Word of God is unambiguous. . . . He lives among us as a man of spiritual stature and grace.

Elmer A. Martens, professor of Old Testament, Mennonite Brethren Biblical Seminary, Fresno, CA

The Gospel of Mark: An Expositional Commentary

  • Author: D. Edmond Hiebert
  • Publisher: Bob Jones University Press
  • Publication Date: 1994
  • Pages: 528

Sample Pages: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7

"The Gospel of Mark is not a biography of Jesus," writes D. Edmond Hiebert, "but rather a delineation of the 'good news' of salvation made available through the suffering Servant of Jehovah. The picture presented is in harmony with the declared purpose of Jesus that 'the Son of man came not to be ministered unto, but to minister, and to give his life a ransom for many.'"

Following a "clause-by-clause" approach, this commentary closely scrutinizes the text of the Gospel but without losing sight of the overall thrust and purpose of the book. The commentary also gives attention to the meaning of the original Greek but does so in a manner that is understandable to the student who is unfamiliar with the language. The goal is to help the reader understand and appreciate the "good news" that Mark proclaims.

Most thorough and helpful.

Stewart Custer, professor emeritus, Bob Jones University

The Epistles of John: An Expositional Commentary

  • Author: D. Edmond Hiebert
  • Publisher: Bob Jones University Press
  • Publication Date: 1991
  • Pages: 382

Sample Pages: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7

"Throughout the various periods of the Christian era," writes D. Edmond Hiebert in the preface to this commentary, "devout believers have always cherished the Johannine Epistles as a priceless portion of the New Testament. The grand simplicity of their contents have unfailingly nurtured the faith and stimulated the life of the humblest believer, while the profound depths of their teachings have challenged the most scholarly interpreters. They have been the subject of innumerable sermonic expositions and scholarly treatises; yet their inexhaustible contents continue to spur renewed examination of their God-given truths."

This commentary on what the author calls "a singular, irreplaceable gem among the books of the New Testament" is written with a balance of theological orthodoxy, reverent scholarship, and evangelical warmth. It is a work which provides the preacher, teacher, and layman with a clear and concise discussion of the meaning of the biblical text yet never ignores the devotional purpose with which the Apostle John wrote.

The best modern exposition.

Stewart Custer, professor emeritus, Bob Jones University

Second Peter and Jude: An Expositional Commentary

  • Author: D. Edmond Hiebert
  • Publisher: Bob Jones University Press
  • Publication Date: 1989
  • Pages: 335

Sample Pages: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7

Dr. Hiebert presents insights from two highly reliable and skilled sources to help believers unravel the perplexities and mysteries of II Peter and Jude—the authors themselves. Straightforward and unembellished, thorough and profound, Second Peter and Jude follows the inspired penmen of these two great books in explaining the intricacies and practicality of their content. With commentary that sheds light on but never eclipses the original teaching, Dr. Hiebert explores important topics such as the nature of the Christian life, false teaching, the Second Coming of Christ, and the rise and fall of the Apostasy.

Dr. Hiebert has put Fundamentalism deeply into his debt . . . a very thorough, conservative commentary.

Stewart Custer, professor emeritus, Bob Jones University

Working with God through Prayer

  • Author: D. Edmond Hiebert
  • Publisher: Bob Jones University Press
  • Publication Date: 2003
  • Pages: 142

Sample Pages: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7

Modern believers have long been encouraged by frequent reminders and testimonies that prayer works. But has modern Christianity largely forgotten the work of praying? Have we lost an awareness of our responsibility to "stand in the gap" and the Lord's sobering commands regarding prayer? Dr. Hiebert discusses frankly the costly consequences of such ignorance and neglect and presents powerful inducements to bring us back to the essential exercise, fruitful ministry, and striking simplicity of intercessory prayer.

In Paul's Shadow: Friends and Foes of the Great Apostle

  • Author: D. Edmond Hiebert
  • Publisher: Bob Jones University Press
  • Publication Date: 1992
  • Pages: 269

Sample Pages: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7

In Paul’s Shadow D. Edmond Hiebert presents the personalities around Paul. With the exception of Jesus Christ, no one figures more prominently in the pages of the New Testament than the Apostle Paul. Author of thirteen New Testament books and a central figure in the book of Acts, Paul was the individual most responsible for the spread of the gospel in the first century. Yet he was not alone in his labors. Hiebert, a noted author, teacher, and Bible commentator, takes a look at Paul’s many co-laborers as well as his many foes.

About D. Edmond Hiebert

D. Edmond Hiebert (1910–1995) was a noted author, teacher, and Bible commentator. He received his AB in history from John Fletcher College and his ThM and ThD from Southern Baptist Seminary. Before and during his seminary training he served as a pastor; following his graduation from seminary he served as professor of New Testament at Tabor College, Hillsboro, Kansas. In 1955 he became professor of Greek and New Testament at the Mennonite Brethren Biblical Seminary in Fresno, CA. He authored 17 books—the majority of them focusing on New Testament books and topics. He has also contributed articles to various periodicals including The Christian Leader, The Defender, The Journal of Church & Society, Bibliotheca Sacra, and Direction.