What is the relevance of the obscure regulations found in Deuteronomy? Why is God silent in the book of Esther? What is God’s plan for both Jews and Gentiles? How can I live a Christian life despite today’s daily pressures? What is the message of Revelation? Explore the Bible like never before, and discover the answers to these and other important questions. The 16-volume Exploring the Bible Commentary collection offers accessible and easy-to-read commentaries on New and Old Testament books. You’ll find verse-by-verse analyses, introductions to biblical history and context, and overviews of important themes and events.
Written by scholars and vetted by pastors, the Exploring the Bible Commentary collection takes an in-depth look at the wilderness journeys of the Israelites, the challenges faced by Esther, the life and ministry of Old Testament prophets, and more. The authors wrestle with hard questions and navigate through difficult issues, with a keen eye toward application and relevance for today. Their accessibility, combined with their comprehensive scope, makes these commentaries perfect for individual or group study. The Exploring the Bible Commentary collection is valuable for readers seeking an introduction to difficult texts and for those looking to expand their knowledge of the Bible.
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- Features an introduction to the author of each biblical book covered
- Provides a chronological history of events
- Offers examples and illustrations
- Includes guides for further reading and study
Praise for the Print Edition
I continue to be thankful for the publications of Day One. They are biblical; they have sound theology; and they are relative to the issues at hand. The material is condensed and manageable while, at the same time, being complete—challenging balance to find. We are happy in our ministry to make use of these excellent publications.
—John MacArthur, pastor-teacher, Grace Community Church, CA
- Deuteronomy: An Expositional Commentary by Paul E. Brown
- Joshua: A Devotional Commentary by Colin Peckham
- Ruth: A Devotional Commentary by Iain D. Campbell
- Exploring Ezra: The Secret of Spiritual Success by Kieran Beville
- Exploring Esther: Serving the Unseen God by Colin D. Jones
- Why Lord? The Book of Job for Today by Gary Benfold
- From Despair to Hope: Insights into the Book of Job by Peter Williams
- Nahum and Obadiah: An Expositional Commentary by Tim Shenton
- Obadiah: A Practical Commentary by David Field
- Jonah: Running from God: An Expositional Commentary by Peter Williams
- Habakkuk: An Expositional Commentary by Tim Shenton
- Haggai: An Expositional Commentary by Tim Shenton
- Acts: Church on the Move: An Expositional Commentary by Peter Williams
- Philippians for Today: Priorities from Prison by Gerard Chrispin
- 1 and 2 Thessalonians: A Practical Commentary by Stanley Jebb
- Revelation Revealed: The Book of Revelation for Today by Gary Benfold
- Title: Exploring the Bible Commentary Collection
- Series: Exploring the Bible Commentary
- Publisher: Day One
- Volumes: 16
- Pages: 2,949