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The First Epistle to the Corinthians, Revised Edition (The New International Commentary on the New Testament | NICNT)

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, 2014
ISBN: 9780802871367

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Overview

This landmark commentary, originally published in 1987, has been lauded as the best study available of Paul's theologically rich first letter to the Corinthians. Writing primarily for pastors, teachers, and students, Gordon Fee offers a readable exposition of 1 Corinthians that clearly describes the meaning of Paul’s ideas and their larger theological relevance.

Fee’s revised edition is based on the improved, updated 2011 edition of the NIV, and it takes into account the considerable scholarship on 1 Corinthians over the past twenty-five years. Fee has also eliminated “chapter and verse” language—totally foreign to Paul's first-century letter—relegating the necessary numbers for “finding things” to parentheses.

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  • Presents a revised edition based on the improved and updated (2011) edition of the NIV
  • Takes into account the considerable scholarship on 1 Corinthians over the past twenty-five years
  • Examines the relevance of recent textual discoveries and their impact on the meaning of 1 Corinthians
  • Introduction (1:1-9)
  • In Response to Reports (1:10-6:20)
  • In Response to the Corinthian Letter (7:1-16:12)
  • Concluding Matters (16:13-24)
An impressively thorough commentary, which offers both judicious comment and useful documentation. . . . It deserves to rank as one of the leading commentaries on 1 Corinthians.

Anthony C. Thieselton, professor of Christian theology, University of Nottingham

Fee has given us a paradigm of what a commentary should be. Even where one might disagree, no one — layperson, pastor, scholar, or student — will find Fee's volume a disappointment.

Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society

This is an excellent commentary. Writing in the best tradition of evangelical scholarship, Fee has produced the most thorough interpretation of 1 Corinthians to have appeared in English in this generation.

Journal of Biblical Literature

A model of how commentaries should be written. . . . Highly recommended.

Bibliotheca Sacra

  • Title: The First Epistle to the Corinthians
  • Author: Gordon Fee
  • Edition: Revised Edition
  • Series: New International Commentary on the Old and New Testament
  • Publisher: Eerdmans
  • Print Publication Date: 2014
  • Logos Release Date: 2015
  • Pages: 1044
  • Era: era:contemporary
  • Language: English
  • Resources: 1
  • Format: Digital › Logos Research Edition
  • Subject: Bible. N.T. 1 Corinthians › Commentaries
  • ISBN: 9780802871367
  • Resource ID: LLS:NICNT67CO1_2ED
  • Resource Type: Bible Commentary
  • Metadata Last Updated: 2021-02-16T22:50:40Z

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Gordon Fee

Gordon D. Fee (1934– ) is a leading expert in pneumatology and textual criticism of the New Testament. He is an ordained minister of the Assemblies of God and currently serves as professor emeritus of New Testament studies at Regent College in Vancouver, British Columbia.

Fee earned degrees from Seattle Pacific University and University of Southern California. He was also awarded an honorary Doctor of Divinity degree from Northwest University. Before teaching at Regent College, Fee taught at Wheaton College, Vanguard University of Southern California, and Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary. Fee is a member of the Committee on Bible Translation that translated the New International Version and its revision, the Today’s New International Version.

In addition to Fee’s many highly respected commentaries in series like the Understanding the Bible Commentary Series: New Testament and The New International Commentary on the New Testament (NICNT), he is also the author of How to Read the Bible for All Its Worth, God’s Empowering Presence: The Holy Spirit in the Letters of Paul, Pauline Christology: An Exegetical-Theological Study, and To What End Exegesis?

 

 

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  1. Paulo Rabello

    Paulo Rabello

    10/9/2020

    55555
  2. Christian Mölk
  3. Robert J Richardson
  4. Stephanus Karnadhi
    February NIC Sale: Time to buy this. The first edition rank 1st in bestcommentaries.com. This revised edition 12th. But I think it is because the newer edition has not had enough reviews to get to the 1st. After 25 years, I think the writer has checked every word in his first commentary, and rewrote many or most of: Unlike updating LBD which is putting on more entries n correcting typo, I think its too much to expect Logos to check and update so many sentences.
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  5. jekwang

    jekwang

    10/5/2019

    55555
  6. Dr. Gordon Arthur
  7. G. Jorge Medina
    No upgrade price for those owning the previous version? Really?
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  8. Lawrence Clark
    Does not hold to teaching God's commands in 1 Cor. that women should have long hair, and that men are commanded to go after speaking up in the church service. A plain bible believing reading of 1 Cor. 12-14 shows that today's church services don't follow God's instructions of how God wants a church service to be conducted. How have we arrived at the place were the modern church service today is accepted as biblical? I think Martin Luther's words give the answer. " I have observed that all the heresies and errors have arisen not from Scripture's own plain statements, but when that plainness of statement is ignored, and men follow the Scholastic arguments of their own brains" .
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  9. Julie Bottner

    Julie Bottner

    5/17/2015

    I can't find this commentary in my library! shouldn't it be there??
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  10. Chris Hodges

    Chris Hodges

    5/4/2015

    Is there enough new material to justify spending $52 for the revised edition if I own the original 1 Corinthians commentary by Fee?
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