New International Bible Commentary
Author: F. F. Bruce
|A revision of The New Layman's Commentary, this volume is more than a commentary. With twenty-eight introductory articles and twenty-nine maps, it is an analytical look at the Bible by outstanding contemporary scholars.|
Based on the NIV translation
Commentary from 43 world-class evangelical scholars 28 additional articles Cross-referencing, bibliographies, and in-text maps Covers the complete Old & New Testaments in one volume
In one volume, the Gold Medallion Award-winning New International Bible Commentary unlocks the message and meaning of every book of the Bible. This acclaimed book marshals the insights of forty-three world-class evangelical scholars to help you gain a deeper, life-changing understanding of Scripture.
Whether you’re preparing a lesson or sermon or simply studying for you personal edification, the New International Bible Commentary provides you with a study resource that combines convenience with depth and relevance. It includes the following features: -28 articles—230 pages in all—shed light on such important issues as text and canon; archaeology; environmental, historical, political, and religious backgrounds; and the New Testament use of the Old Testament. –Commentaries by J.M. Houston, Walter L. Liefeld, and D.J. Wisemen help you grasp the meanings of Bible passages and the significance of key biblical words by exploring related Scriptures. –In-text maps and a maps section at the end of the book give you a feel for the names and places of the Bible. –Commentary topics are boldfaced throughout the text for greater clarity.
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Features: Concordance, Maps, Price on Product
Physical Info: 2.15" H x 9.49" L x 6.36" W (3.04 lbs) 1664 pages
Carton Quantity: 12
US SRP: 29.95 US
Pub Date: January 01, 1987
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|New International Bible Commentary|
Author: F. F. Bruce
isbn - 10
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