Old Testament Commentaries:
What Jews call the Hebrew Bible is what Christians call the Old Testament. The following commentaries on books of the Old Testament have been field-tested both in local congregations as well as in Schools of Biblical Studies in various countries, including Australia, Canada, England, Germany, Holland, Hungary, Mexico, The Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Samoa, Scotland, Sweden, Switzerland, and two campuses in Hawaii (Kona and Honolulu). They strike for a balanced approach between being readable to the knowledgeable layperson as well as offering responsible scholarship.
The twenty-seven books of the New Testament are the canon handed down by the early Christians as the inspired Word of God to be read alongside the Old Testament. The following commentaries address each of these books, explaining their meaning and addressing the interpretation of the various gospels, letters and the Apocalypse of John.
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New Testament Commentaries: