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Colossians: A Short Exegetical and Pastoral Commentary

, 2020
ISBN: 9781725258525

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In this clear, practical, and brief commentary, Anthony Thiselton brings to bear his intimate knowledge of Paul’s theology, the ancient city of Colossae, and Paul’s epistle to the church of that city. The commentary offers a new translation from the Greek, and explorations of an exegetical as well as a pastoral and practical nature on all passages of the book. Each section concludes with questions for further reflection.

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  • Presents an exegetical analysis of Paul’s letter to the Colossians, drawn from a Greek translation of the text, while also providing pastoral and practical teachings
  • Provides deep historical and pastorally sensitive insights as it guides readers through Colossians in detailed manner that fosters a clear understanding and comprehension of the text
  • Offers a series of questions in each section that encourage further thought and reflection
To read this work is to read the work of a profound scholar and committed disciple. This book is as exegetically and historically clear-headed as it is pastorally sensitive. Profound and accessible, this commentary shows a master at work.

Tom Greggs, Marishcal Chair and Head of Divinity, University of Aberdeen

Writing with his trademark clarity and scholarly acumen, Professor Thiselton again proves a wise guide as he takes his readers through the text of an important Pauline epistle. With its combination of exegetical and pastoral insights, this volume deserves a wide readership.

David Fergusson, Professor of Divinity, University of Edinburgh

Anthony C. Thiselton was professor of Christian Theology at the University of Nottingham. He held three doctorates (Ph.D, D.D., D.D) and published important works on 1 Corinthians, hermeneutics, and did research on modern theology, philosophy of religion, and the application of philosophy of language to biblical studies.


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