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This commentary series takes a Christ-centered approach to expositing each book of the Bible in this collection. Rather than a verse-by-verse approach, the authors have crafted chapters that explain and apply key passages in their assigned Bible books. Readers will learn to see Christ in all aspects of Scripture, and they will be encouraged by the devotional nature of each exposition presented as sermons and divided into chapters that conclude with a “Reflect & Discuss” section, making this series ideal for small group study, personal devotion, and even sermon preparation. It’s not academic but rather presents an easy reading, practical and friendly commentary.

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  • Provides a Christ-centered approach to expositing each book of the Bible in this collection
  • Explains and applies key passages in each book
  • Features practical interpretation of the scripture, helping readers understand how historic text relates to our lives today
  • Daniel L. Akin
  • Jonathan Akin
  • Thabiti M. Anyabwile
  • Matt Carter
  • Francis Chan
  • William Curtis
  • Andrew M. Davis
  • Landon Dowden
  • Ken Fentress
  • Micah Fries
  • Robby Gallaty
  • J. D. Greear
  • James M. Hamilton Jr.
  • Mark Howell
  • Matt Mason
  • Tony Merida
  • R. Albert Mohler Jr.
  • Allan Moseley
  • David Platt
  • Eric Redmond
  • Stephen Rummage
  • James Shaddix
  • Steven Smith
  • Heath A. Thomas
  • Josh Wredberg
  • Title: Christ-Centered Exposition Commentary Series Collection (CCE) (31 vols.)
  • Series: Christ-Centered Exposition Commentary (CCE)
  • Series Editors: Daniel L. Akin, Tony Merida, David Platt
  • Publisher: Holman Reference, Holman Bible Publishers
  • Print Publication Date: 2013–2020
  • Resources: 31
  • Format: Digital › Logos Research Edition
  • Resource ID: {723506AE-4BEE-47D2-BB31-29298900B6A5}
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  1. Randy



    After reviewing several of the commentaries in this set, I greatly appreciate that it seeks to find and magnify Christ in all of Scripture. Truly, the goal of all Scripture, is to bring glory to God by pointing us to the person and work of Jesus Christ (Luke 24:25-27, 44-47; John 5:39, 46, Hebrews 1:1-3). So many commentaries neglect or miss this point altogether. This series gets the main emphasis of the Bible right, in every passage. For this alone, I give it four stars. What I wish the set would do, is flesh out the connection between the exegetical details of any given passage, and its emphasis on the overarching theme of Christ. At the most basic level, this would mean including Scripture references when it alludes to other passages. For example, in the comments on 2 Samuel 7, it states, "In later books like 1–2 Chronicles, the biblical writers anticipated that there would be a king who would not be like the old kings."[1] That's an excellent point! I really wish they had simply included the references to that, so I could see for myself how this is correct. Often times, it accurately sermonizes about Christ for long periods of time, without showing a direct connection to the exegetical details of the immediate context. It's strong on pointing to Christ. It's weak on showing how the details of a given passage support their conclusions, and in citing exact references to other Scriptures it borrows from. They could do that, without compromising their stated goal of being non-academic. [1] Greear, J.D. and Thomas, H.A. (2016) Exalting jesus in 1 & 2 samuel. Nashville, TN: Holman Reference, p. 2 Sa 7.
  2. Steve Earnest
  3. Steve Earnest
    I really like how the authors analyze passages and breaks these down into mini outlines (descriptive bullet points). You can take these mini outlines and post into the notes on each passage. Click on the note marker in your bible and you have these informative points to refer back to. You can do this with other commentaries and make these your study bible. I think that there are friendlier ways to express "not liking" this and other products than some do. Just saying. God Bless.
  4. David Anfinrud
    I like this set it a combination of commentary and I see it as a devotional set to make you think about the passage. It can easily be used as a Devotional just add a prayer after each section. There may be some disagree with what is said yet I find a lot of truth in those Passages I have studied. No one commentary will have 100% of material accepted by 100% of the People. We are too Different and following different types of paths depending on our Gifts. But the set is well worth using as a resource and study Guide. Some of the Chapter OUtlines are great if not different from other OUtlines provided.
  5. Jon Watts

    Jon Watts


  6. Christopher Scrufari
  7. Kevin Martinez

    Kevin Martinez


    Why they lie by saying “this commentary series takes a Christ-centered approach to expositing each book of the Bible” when clearly you can notice not all the books of the Bible are included.
  8. Uwe Bayer

    Uwe Bayer


  9. Jeremy Hulsey

    Jeremy Hulsey


    This commentary series is a train-wreck. File this work in the "For Research Purposes Only" section of your library.
  10. Timothy James Mills
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