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An award-winning legacy continues; completely revised and featuring world-class evangelical scholarship, the Expositor’s Bible Commentary is now available!

Since 1976 pastors, teachers, and students have turned to the EBC for content they can trust. With two million copies sold, the award-winning legacy continues in 2012 with a complete, totally revised, and updated 13-volume set. This new series contains 60% new content and provides the most recent evangelical scholarship from world-class scholars including new contributors George Guthrie, John Walton, Andrew E. Hill, Eugene H. Merrill, Andreas Köstenberger, and more.

Scholarly and accessible, The Expositor’s Bible Commentary, Revised Edition (EBC), 13 Volumes is a comprehensive and succinct commentary that guides users to the text’s core meaning. With enhanced ease-of-use features, specialized discussion of key words and concepts, and each commentator’s point-of-view on the text’s implications for life, it is a vital resource for every preacher, teacher, and student of the Bible.

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  • Fully revised and updated
  • Features 30 new contributors
  • New resources through updated introductions and bibliographies
  • 60% brand new content
  • The latest in evangelical scholarship
  • Substantially updated in its discussion of theological and critical issues
  • All commentators work from the original languages
  • Includes both Semitic and Greek words, along with transliteration and translation for readers unacquainted with biblical languages.
  • Thorough introductions for each biblical book with a short bibliography and outline
  • "Notes" sections provide a specialized discussion of key words or concepts, as well as helpful resource information.
  • "Reflections" sections include expanded thoughts
  • Irenic presentations of passages where key differences of interpretive opinion exist
  • Includes NIV text
These writers are all-stars! The Expositor’s Bible Commentary—Revised is a valuable resource for all who teach the Scriptures.

John Ortberg, Senior Pastor, Menlo Park Presbyterian Church

These commentaries offer an abundance of excellent scholarship from many of the most prominent and careful evangelical biblical scholars today, both older and younger.

Craig S. Keener, Professor of New Testament, Asbury Theological Seminary

The Expositor's Bible Commentary has been a core resource for decades with good reason: it is concise, clear, and focused on giving the key points of a book's message. Now with this revised edition, one can continue to use this fine resource and know the discussion is up to date, utilizing all the strengths of the original.

Darrell L. Bock, Research Professor of New Testament Studies, Dallas Theological Seminary

Every student, teacher, and pastor needs a foundational set of commentaries that covers the Bible from Genesis to Revelation. The Expositor’s Bible Commentary (13 volumes) is that set. Written from an evangelical point of view and newly revised by leading evangelical scholars, the Expositor’s Bible Commentary series provides students, teachers, and pastors with a comprehensive tool for studying and explaining the Scriptures. I have used the Expositor's Bible Commentary over the years and look forward to using this newly revised edition for many years to come.

Mark Futato, Robert L. Maclellan Professor of Old Testament and Academic Dean, Reformed Theological Seminary, Orlando, FL

The revised edition of the Expositor's Bible Commentary offers students of the Scriptures quick and reliable access to the entire Bible in thirteen reader-friendly volumes. Written by the foremost evangelical scholars of our time, the commentaries on individual books seek to answer the questions that serious readers ask when they read the Bible. If there is one set of commentaries that all pastors and teachers should have, this is it.

Daniel I. Block, Gunther H. Knoedler Professor of Old Testament, Wheaton College

The Expositor's Bible Commentary is a superb tool to help the Christian who wants to better understand God's Word. As a preacher, I turn to it again and again. From the Psalms to the Gospel of Matthew, some of the best commentaries are to be found in this series. I'm thankful for these scholars and for their work.

—Mark Dever, Senior Pastor, Capitol Hill Baptist Church, Washington, DC

As a seminary student two of my professors were writing (and wrote) two of the volumes in The Expositor's Bible Commentary, and I have used this commentary my entire career. I am delighted at the updates and revisions and know that this series continues to set the standard for solid, evangelical, expository explanations of God's Word—every pastor needs this series on the shelf.

Scot McKnight, Professor of New Testament, Northern Seminary

The Expositor’s Bible Commentary—Revised is one of my favorite ‘go-to’ Bible study and sermon prep resources. It’s ‘accessible scholarship.’ When I know a passage well it always takes me deeper. When I don’t know a text so well, I can count on it to give me a clear overview and a great foundation. That’s why it’s always one of the key resources I recommend every Bible teacher and church planter add to his library. With its combination of proven and updated scholarship it will serve you and those you teach well.

Larry Osborne, Pastor, North Coast Church, Vista, CA

The greatest need for the church is excellent commentaries that can be used by pastors and Bible teachers. The Expositors Bible series admirably filled this need for decades, and now it is even better and a critical contribution for enabling the church to be Bible-centered and more biblically literate. I recommend this highly for every Christian.

Grant Osborne, Professor of New Testament, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School

When the Expositor's Bible Commentary first appeared in the 1970s and 1980s, there were far fewer evangelical commentary series available than there are today, and many of the contributions to that first edition took their place among the best available. Some, inevitably, were weaker than others, but these have almost all now been replaced and the entire series strengthened and updated. For concise commentary, the EBC once again takes its place as among the best volumes available.

Craig L. Blomberg, Distinguished Professor of New Testament, Denver Seminary

  • Title: The Expositor's Bible Commentary, Revised Edition
  • General Editors: Tremper Longman III and David E. Garland
  • Edition: Revised
  • Publisher: Zondervan
  • Volumes: 13
  • Pages: 11,939
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Tremper Longman III (PhD, Yale University) is Robert H. Gundry Professor of Biblical Studies at Westmont College in Santa Barbara, CA.

David E. Garland (PhD, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary) is the associate dean of academic affairs and William M. Hinson Professor of Christian Scriptures at George W. Truett Seminary, Baylor University, in Waco, TX.


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  1. Joshua Sherrill
    To see side-by-side comparison of each book's commentary author from the original to the revised edition, copy and paste the below into a word processor or spreadsheet: Original (1976-1992) Revised (2008-2012) Change? Genesis—John H. Sailhamer Genesis—John H. Sailhamer Exodus—Walter C. Kaiser Jr. Exodus—Walter C. Kaiser Jr. Leviticus—R. Laird Harris Leviticus—Richard S. Hess New Author Numbers—Ronald B. Allen Numbers—Ronald B. Allen Deuteronomy—Earl S. Kalland Deuteronomy—Michael A. Grisanti New Author Joshua—Donald H. Madvig Joshua—Hélène Dallaire New Author Judges—Herbert Wolf Judges—Mark J. Boda New Author Ruth—F. B. Huey, Jr. Ruth—George M. Schwab New Author 1 & 2 Samuel—Ronald F. Youngblood 1 and 2 Samuel—Ronald F. Youngblood 1 & 2 Kings—R. D. Patterson and Hermann J. Austel 1 and 2 Kings—Richard D. Patterson and Hermann J. Austel 1 & 2 Chronicles—J. Barton Payne 1 and 2 Chronicles—Frederick J. Mabie New Author Ezra, Nehemiah—Edwin Yamauchi Ezra and Nehemiah—Edwin M. Yamauchi Esther—F. B. Huey, Jr. Esther—Elaine Phillips New Author Job—Elmer Smick Job—Jane H. Smick New Author Psalms—Willem A. VanGemeren Psalms—Willem A. VanGemeren Proverbs—Allen P. Ross Proverbs—Allen P. Ross Ecclesiastes—J. Stafford Wright Ecclesiastes—Jerry E. Shepherd New Author Song of Songs—Dennis F. Kinlaw Song of Songs—George M. Schwab New Author Isaiah—Geoffrey W. Grogan Isaiah—Geoffrey W. Grogan Jeremiah—Charles L. Feinberg Jeremiah—Michael L. Brown New Author Lamentations—H. L. Ellison Lamentations—Paul W. Ferris Jr. New Author Ezekiel—Ralph H. Alexander Ezekiel—Ralph H. Alexander Daniel—Gleason L. Archer Jr. Daniel—Andrew E. Hill New Author Hosea—Leon J. Wood Hosea—M. Daniel Carroll R. (Rodas) New Author Joel—Richard D. Patterson Joel—Richard D. Patterson Amos—Thomas E. McComiskey Amos and Micah—Thomas E. McComiskey and Tremper Longman III New Co-author Obadiah—Carl E. Armerding Obadiah, Nahum, and Habakkuk—Carl E. Armerding Jonah—H. L. Ellison Jonah—John H. Walton New Author Micah—Thomas E. McComiskey Amos and Micah—Thomas E. McComiskey and Tremper Longman III New Co-author Nahum, Habakkuk—Carl E. Armerding Obadiah, Nahum, and Habakkuk—Carl E. Armerding Zephaniah—Larry Walker Zephaniah—Larry L. Walker Haggai—Robert L. Alden Haggai and Malachi—Eugene H. Merrill New Author Zechariah—Kenneth L. Barker Zechariah—Kenneth L. Barker Malachi—Robert L. Alden Haggai and Malachi—Eugene H. Merrill New Author Matthew—D. A. Carson Matthew—D. A. Carson Mark—Walter W. Wessel Mark—Walter W. Wessel and Mark L. Strauss New Co-author Luke—Walter L. Liefeld Luke—Walter L. Liefeld and David W. Pao New Co-author John—Merrill C. Tenney John—Robert H. Mounce New Author Acts—Richard N. Longenecker Acts—Richard N. Longenecker Romans—Everett F. Harrison Romans—Everett F. Harrison and Donald A. Hagner New Co-author 1 Corinthians—W. Harold Mare 1 Corinthians—Verlyn D. Verbrugge New Author 2 Corinthians—Murray J. Harris 2 Corinthians—Murray J. Harris Galatians—James Montgomery Boice Galatians—Robert K. Rapa New Author Ephesians—A. Skevington Wood Ephesians—William W. Klein New Author Philippians—Homer A. Kent Jr. Philippians—David E. Garland New Author Colossians—Curtis Vaughan Colossians—Todd D. Still New Author 1 & 2 Thessalonians—Robert L. Thomas 1 and 2 Thessalonians—Robert L. Thomas 1 & 2 Timothy—Ralph Earle 1 and 2 Timothy, Titus—Andreas Köstenberger New Author Titus—D. Edmond Hiebert 1 and 2 Timothy, Titus—Andreas Köstenberger New Author Philemon—Arthur A. Rupprecht Philemon—Arthur A. Rupprecht Hebrews—Leon Morris Hebrews—R. T. France New Author James—Donald W. Burdick James—George H. Guthrie New Author 1 & 2 Peter—Edwin A. Blum 1, 2 Peter, Jude—J. Daryl Charles New Author 1, 2 & 3 John—Glenn W. Barker 1, 2, 3 John—Tom Thatcher New Author Jude—Edwin A. Blum 1, 2 Peter, Jude—J. Daryl Charles New Author Revelation—Alan F. Johnson Revelation—Alan F. Johnson
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