Study the New Testament with one of the most popular multivolume commentaries of all time. Written by Carl Friedrich Keil in the nineteenth century, it is still held in esteem for its rigorous scholarship and sound theological judgment. Beginning with the nature and format of the New Testament, this evangelical commentary examines historical and literary aspects of the text, as well as grammatical and philological issues. Greek words and grammar are used, but they are placed in context, so you can follow the train of thought. These commentaries are written in German.
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Carl Friedrich Keil (1807–1888) was a conservative German evangelical theologian and commentator. From 1839–1858 he taught Bible, New Testament exegesis, and Oriental languages at the University of Tartu, in Dorpat, Estonia. Though most known for his Old Testament commentaries, Keil also published commentaries on the Maccabees and New Testament literature.