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New American Commentary: Zechariah
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New American Commentary: Zechariah


B&H 2008

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Though a plethora of works on Zechariah have been issued in the past several years, few have advanced their arguments with the exegetical and literary excellence that marks this offering by George Klein. Clearly written and skillfully crafted, it will almost certainly rank among the top two or three commentaries that scholars, pastors, and laity alike will find to be reliable and useful in clarifying the message of this rich prophetic book, one particularly relevant to the present day and age of the church.

Key Features

  • Commentary based on the NIV
  • Sound scholarly methodology reflecting capable research in the original languages
  • Interpretation emphasizing the theological unity of each book and Scripture as a whole
  • Readable and applicable exposition

Praise for the Print Edition

Zechariah is one of the most difficult Old Testament books to interpret. By paying careful attention to the Hebrew text and the insights of a wide range of biblical scholars, George Klein has provided a comprehensive guide to this rich but often enigmatic prophetic book. Pastors and serious Bible students will be greatly enriched by this latest addition to the excellent New American Commentary series.

—Todd S. Beall, Capital Bible Seminary

Product Details

  • Title: The New American Commentary: Zechariah
  • Author: George L. Klein
  • Publisher: B&H Publishing Group
  • Publication Date: 2008
  • Pages: 464

About George Klein

George Klein is associate professor of Old Testament and senior associate dean for the doctoral program at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. He specializes in Biblical Hebrew grammar and poetry. In addition to assorted published articles, he has edited a theological journal and a volume of essays on Old Testament interpretation, Reclaiming the Prophetic Mantle, and recently served on the Old Testament editorial board for the Bulletin for Biblical Research.

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