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Concordia Electronic Theological Library: Collection 1 (2 vols.)
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Concordia Electronic Theological Library: Collection 1 (2 vols.)

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Concordia Publishing House 1979–1985

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This collection contains two sets of exegetical notes that will help you understand the meaning behind the Bible text. These resources are meant to go along with the New International Version of the Bible.

Key Features

  • Introduction to Biblical books
  • In-depth commentary for Biblical books
  • Study notes edited by top Lutheran scholars

Individual Titles

Concordia Self-Study Bible

  • Editors: Robert G. Hoerber, Horace D. Hummel, Walter R. Roehrs, and Dean O. Wenthe
  • Publication Date: 1986

The Concordia Self-Study Bible is the Lutheran interpretive notes on the New International Version. A study-enhancing resource, it encourages personal and group Bible study. This edition includes complete introductions and outlines of each Bible book and study notes edited by top Lutheran scholars.

Concordia Self-Study Commentary

  • Authors: Walter R. Roehrs and Martin H. Franzmann
  • Publisher: Concordia
  • Publication Date: 1979
  • Pages: 950

This clear, concise commentary reflects a Christ-centered view of Bible history and prophecy. The book introductions provide the background and important features of the book so readers may see distinctive themes and purposes of the individual writings. Using the Revised Standard Version, the authors offer commentray on key versus, phrases, and words to help readers gain a proper understanding of Scripture. Especially useful for the Bible student or in a family setting.

Product Details

  • Title: Concordia Electronic Theological Library: Collection 1
  • Publisher: Concordia
  • Volumes: 2

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