Get trustworthy Bible commentary in 52 weekly Bible lessons—ideal for group or individual use. A one-stop Bible resource that relates the truth of Scripture to everyday life, each lesson features an eight page introduction, discussion questions, and relevant life applications for every week of the year. This package includes both the KJV and NIV, with unique verse-by-verse explanation for each translation that delves deep into the major themes of individual books and the Bible as a whole. The David C. Cook Bible Lesson Commentary illuminates the Bible and its background, encourages daily Bible reading, and is a useful learning tool for adults and youth alike.
Following the International Sunday School Lesson (ISSL) series, Lioy’s commentary will take you through all Bible’s major themes with thousands of other Christians around the world. This year of lessons features four thematic units: Sustaining Hope, Acts of Worship, The Spirit Comes, and God’s Prophets Demand Justice.
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- Provides accessible Bible lessons for every week of the year
- Includes contextual introduction, discussion questions, and relevant life applications for every lesson
- Features a useful format for individual or group study, as well as adults and youth alike
- Presents the KJV and NIV text with unique commentary for each
- Follows the International Sunday School Lesson (ISSL) six-year study plan
About Dan Lioy
Dan Lioy is an ordained minister with the Evangelical Church Alliance and a professor in the School of Continuing Theological Studies at North-west University, South Africa. Lioy earned his BA from the University of Southern California, his MA from Dallas Theological Seminary, and PhD from the Potchefstroom Campus of North-West University. Lioy has also worked as a freelance editor and writer, a hospital chaplain, and college administrator.