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Northwestern Publishing House Bible Commentaries (6 vols.)

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Discover insights from the Lutheran tradition with this collection of commentaries covering the Old and New Testament. This collection offers a deeper understanding of the original Greek and Hebrew texts through detailed exegesis and sentence diagrams informed by the historical-grammatical method of Scripture interpretation. These commentaries are valuable tools for seminary students or for pastors in preparation for sermons or Bible classes.

  • Provides textual insight from within the Lutheran Tradition
  • Uses the historical-grammatical method of Scripture interpretation
  • Connects theological topics to the whole narrative of Scripture
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Psalms 1-72

  • Author: John F. Brug
  • Publisher: Northwestern Publishing House
  • Publication Date: 2005
  • Pages: 671

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This book and its companion are the only professional commentaries in English, written by an orthodox confessional Lutheran, that cover the entire Hebrew text of the book of Psalms. This first volume includes a preface with pictures and maps, the Hebrew text of Psalms 1-72, the author's original English translation, various articles scattered throughout the text that discuss important Hebrew words and theological concepts as they occur in Psalms, an index, and a bibliography.

John Brug is a retired professor of Wisconsin Lutheran Seminary. He is the general editor of the Evangelical Heritage version of the Bible. His special interests are biblical archaeology and biblical Hebrew. His writings include Old Testament commentaries and works on Lutheran doctrine.

Psalms 73-150

  • Author: John F. Brug
  • Publisher: Northwestern Publishing House
  • Publication Date: 2005
  • Pages: 520

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This book and its companion are the only professional commentaries in English, written by an orthodox confessional Lutheran, that cover the entire Hebrew text of the book of Psalms. This second volume includes a preface with pictures and maps, the Hebrew text of Psalms 73-150, the author’s original English translation, various articles scattered throughout the text that discuss important Hebrew words and theological concepts as they occur in Psalms, an index, and a bibliography.

John Brug is a retired professor of Wisconsin Lutheran Seminary. He is the general editor of the Evangelical Heritage version of the Bible. His special interests are biblical archaeology and biblical Hebrew. His writings include Old Testament commentaries and works on Lutheran doctrine.

Ephesians

  • Author: Irwin J. Habeck
  • Publisher: Northwestern Publishing House
  • Publication Date: 1985
  • Pages: 141

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The book of Ephesians is rich in doctrinal content, directives for Christian living, and biographical information about Paul. It also has distinctive devotional value. This commentary covers Ephesians under the theme “Amazing Grace” and is a rich source for sermon material.

1 & 2 Thessalonians

  • Author: David P. Kuske
  • Publisher: Northwestern Publishing House
  • Publication Date: 2019
  • Pages: 334

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A Commentary on 1 & 2 Thessalonians takes a close look at the Greek text of two of Paul’s letters. Author David P. Kuske introduces and analyzes the grammar and construction of the original Greek text of both books. Further, Kuske provides accurate summaries and practical applications of these books for readers. With this verse-by-verse focus, this exegetical commentary will serve as a comprehensive resource for pastors as they conduct personal study, write their sermons, or prepare Bible studies surrounding the books of 1 & 2 Thessalonians.

David Kuske served congregations in northern and western Wisconsin in the 1960s and was principal at two Lutheran high schools in the late 1960s and early 1970s. He taught at the Wisconsin Lutheran Seminary for 30 years, and since his retirement in 2003 has been serving congregations in various parts of Wisconsin. He is the author of Thessalonians in The People’s Bible.

2nd Timothy: Be Strong

  • Author: Irwin J. Habeck
  • Publisher: Northwestern Publishing House
  • Publication Date: 1997
  • Pages: 110

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The book 2nd Timothy: Be Strong is an exegetical and practical commentary on 2 Timothy. The author, a former professor of the New Testament and homiletics, challenges the reader to examine the text and make applications to the pastoral ministry. This book also includes the Greek text with the author's literal English translation.

Revelation: The Distant Triumph Song

  • Author: Siegbert W. Becker
  • Publisher: Northwestern Publishing House
  • Publication Date: 1985
  • Pages: 384

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In writing Revelation: The Distant Triumph Song, Dr. Becker rejects the historical-critical method of Bible interpretation and instead uses the grammatical-historical method. Following the Greek text, he interprets Revelation's highly symbolic language in light of the book's own outline. As a lecturer and teacher of Bible courses, he knew the challenging nature of Revelation for his students. With the clarity and patience of a good teacher, this book addresses their many questions and yours as well.

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