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Christian Standard Commentary | CSC (4 vols.)

The Christian Standard Commentary Series is in active development by B&H. This collection includes four of the planned series volumes.

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Overview

This series helps the reader understand each biblical book’s theology, its place in the broader narrative of Scripture, and its importance for the church today. Drawing on the wisdom and skills of dozens of evangelical authors, the CSC is a tool for enhancing and supporting the life of the church.

  • Focuses on the theological and exegetical concerns of each biblical book
  • Provides a tool for enhancing and supporting the life of the church
  • Helps the reader understand each biblical book’s theology
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  1. Eduardo Vega

    Eduardo Vega

    6/10/2022

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    I can’t believe that I bought two different commentaries, but the content is very similar. Please see the examples from Isaiah 6:4 from the different commentaries. 6:4 Finally, the prophet observed that the seraphs’ thunderous words of praise were causing the foundations of the doorway (either the threshold or the door pivots) to shake and the room “was being filled” with smoke. The smoke or cloud (Exod 19:16–18; 1 Kgs 8:10–11) is traditionally associated with God’s appearance and serves the function of concealing the awesome majesty of God from human eyes. Each of these experiences stresses the infinite distance between the world of man and the realm of God. Even reading about Isaiah’s experience strikes wonder and awe into a person’s heart; Isaiah is actually standing in the very presence of God Almighty. Smith, G. V. (2007). Isaiah 1–39 (E. R. Clendenen, Ed.; p. 191). B & H Publishing Group. 6:4 Finally, the prophet observed that the seraphs’ thunderous words of praise were causing the foundations of the doorway (either the threshold or the door pivots) to shake and the room to be filling with smoke. The smoke or cloud (Exod 19:16–18; 1 Kgs 8:10–11) is traditionally associated with God’s appearance and serves the function of concealing the awesome majesty of God from human eyes. Each of these experiences stresses the infinite distance between the world of man and the realm of God. Even reading about Isaiah’s experience strikes wonder and awe into a person’s heart; Isaiah is actually standing in the presence of God Almighty. Smith, G. V. (2021). Isaiah 1–39 (E. R. Clendenen & B. D. Smith, Eds.; pp. 208–209). Holman Reference.
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  2. Eduardo Vega

    Eduardo Vega

    6/10/2022

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  3. diederick pütter
    I have reviewed some of the page numbers of this series and noticed that it contains more page numbers than the original. My assumption is that these volumes are revised versions of the original commentaries.
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  4. Ken Arnold

    Ken Arnold

    5/23/2022

    Warning! This is just a reprint of the same four volumes in The New American Commentary series. I informed the customer service team at Logos that they should when advertising this "new" series, at least include the fact that these previous four volumes are a reprint. There was a time when Logos would include information on reprints, that is not the case now.
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