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Understanding the Bible Commentary: 1 and 2 Thessalonians
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Understanding the Bible Commentary: 1 and 2 Thessalonians


Baker 2011

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In 1 and 2 Thessalonians, you will find a concise and clear explanation of Paul’s letters to the church in Thessalonica. Written from an evangelical perspective, this commentary explains the significance of Greek terms in order to bring out the fullness of the Apostle Paul’s heart and the relevant applications to our everyday lives.

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Praise for the Print Edition

Dr. Williams has given us a fine commentary on the Thessalonian correspondence. He writes explicitly for the general reader but that does not mean that he has overlooked difficult or controversial passages. He deals with them simply in a way that we can all understand. A feature of the commentary is the way the author takes pains to explain the significance of Greek terms and thus to bring out the force of what the Apostle has written. Dr. Williams writes simply and clearly and he has put us all in his debt.

Leon Morris, former principal, Ridley College

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About David J. Williams

David J. Williams was educated at the University of Melbourne and Fuller Theological Seminary and served as the vice principal of Ridley College, Melbourne. His publications include The Promise of His Coming and Paul’s Metaphors.

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