Classic Commentaries and Studies on the Pentateuch (21 vols.)
The Classic Commentaries and Studies on the Pentateuch presents an impressive balance of perspectives from the history of biblical scholarship on the Five Books of Moses. With contributing voices from Europe, the United Kingdom, and the United States, the contributors here provide an international taste of scholarship on the Pentateuch from a wide variety of perspectives. Some are fully entrenched in the higher criticism and analyses of the literary sources of the Pentateuch books, while others emphasize the traditional unity of the Pentateuch and the historic position of its authorship by Moses. Together these dueling perspectives give readings the opportunity to consider the evidence, historical, archaeological, and textual, and decide for themselves the nature and structure of Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers of Deuteronomy.
Greek Culture and the Greek Testament: A Plea for the Study of the Greek Classics and the Greek New Testament
In this small book, Doremus Heyes makes the case that the ability to read Greek classic literature and the New Testament is one of the most personally enriching pursuits one can set themselves upon. In the first four chapters, he makes his case for the beauty of the land of Greece, its people, its language, and its literature. Then, in his final chapter he appeals to the Greek language’s greatest book: The New Testament. Knowing and understanding the Greek language means having access, in its original language, our greatest book: Scripture.