The succinct exposition of the book of Joshua in Types in Joshua tells the story of the Israelites, and—more importantly—tells the story of God. The Classic Commentaries and Studies on Judges 16 vols. With notable authors such as Edward Lewis Curtis and A.
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The 12 volumes contained in Classic Commentaries and Studies on Ruth have had an enduring impact on Old Testament exegesis, and this exceptional collection provides easy access to a wealth of significant scholarship. Emphasizing the spiritual dimensions and practical lessons of these books, the authors in this collection illuminate the meaning of the biblical text while explaining how each book reveals Christ and contains accurate historical depictions.
Consider the place of Christ in the historical books, their practical application, and the depth and richness their stories bring to the biblical narrative. With notable authors such as W. Oesterley , Loring W. Batten T. This collection offers some of the most significant classical studies on the books of Samuel from the eighteenth, nineteenth, and twentieth centuries. With notable authors such as George Lawson , George C. Douglas , James Davies , and Patrick Simon , the Classic Commentaries and Studies on the Books of Samuel Upgrade contains over 3, pages of interpretation, exposition, practical application, and contextual history.
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These 11 volumes have had an enduring impact on Old Testament exegesis, and this exceptional collection provides easy access to this wealth of significant scholarship. This book, authored by Samuel Driver of Brown-Driver-Briggs fame, tackles what is one of the thorniest books of the Old Testament from a text-critical point of view. It is considered by many to be one of the best commentaries on Samuel ever written.
Initially published in , it is still regarded as a model of text-critical method—which is noteworthy in light of the rugged condition of the text of 1 Samuel. Driver wrote using the text of the Septuagint, without the benefit of the Dead Sea Scrolls. Yet his conclusions about the validity of LXX readings of Samuel as opposed to the MT text, which suffers from some lengthy gaps were well argued and demonstrated to be accurate when the Qumran discovery came along.
In particular many letters and words have been accidentally omitted, often because of the phenomenon of homoioteleuton. For more than a century commentators have attempted to emend the text on the basis of the LXX. Their insights were confirmed and refined with the discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls. In addition, Driver was an expert grammarian and his exegesis is well-respected.
In his book Old Testament Exegesis , Dr. One of the best examples of careful textual criticism applied to a large section of the OT is worth learning from if you can find it: S. From JewishEncyclopedia. English Christian Hebraist; born at Southampton Oct.
Together with T. Cheyne and Robertson Smith, Driver has been one of the foremost champions of Biblical criticism in England. Driver approached it from its linguistic side "Jour. In matters of criticism Driver has always taken a conservative view, showing much moderation and sympathy with the orthodox position. Driver has edited two small rabbinical works: a commentary on Jeremiah and Ezekiel by Moses ben Sheshet, London, , and one on Proverbs, attributed to Abraham ibn Ezra, Oxford, Classic Commentaries and Studies on Kings 12 vols.
Moulton , and C. Burney , Classic Commentaries and Studies on Kings 12 vols. The 12 volumes contained in the Classic Commentaries and Studies on Kings 12 vols. The Classic Commentaries and Studies on Chronicles 7 vols. With notable authors such as James G. Murphy , Richard G. Moulton , and W. Barnes , Classic Commentaries and Studies on Chronicles 7 vols.
The seven volumes contained in the Classic Commentaries and Studies on Chronicles 7 vols. With notable authors such as Henry Linton , C. Keil , F. Delitzsch , and J. Davies, Classic Commentaries and Studies on Ezra, Nehemiah, and Esther offers over 4, pages of interpretation, observations, translations, contextual history, and practical application. The eighteen volumes contained in Classic Commentaries and Studies on Ezra, Nehemiah, and Esther have had an enduring impact on Old Testament exegesis, and this exceptional collection provides easy accessibility to this wealth of significant scholarship.
This immense eighteen volume collection features the best commentaries and studies on the book of Job from the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Theses authors come from a wide range of study and viewpoints, supplying a holistic overview of the character of Job, suffering, the nature of God, the literary value of the text, the historical context, and philological concerns. This collection provides valuable and historical perspective and insight for anyone who wonders about suffering in human experience, the character of God, or who has studied the book of Job in any context.
As well as presenting solid religious studies and scholarly analysis, Classic Commentaries and Studies on Job 18 Vols. He explicates the book in a detailed three-part structure: historical, allegorical, and moral application. Like many of his other writings, his interpretation of Job focuses on the symbolic and how those symbols relate to living a life of integrity.
Andrew, where he remained until AD , when he was appointed as apocrisiarius to Constantinople. Gregory was a great leader, with successful missionary campaigns that changed the reach of Christianity in Europe. Upon his death, he was immediately declared a saint by popular acclamation, and is venerated as a saint in the Roman Catholic, Eastern Orthodox, Anglican and some Lutheran churches. The Translation of the Vulgate Collection brings together essential reference texts and translations of the Vulgate Psalter, all at your fingertips.
These classic works were especially designed to help you understand the breviary and the Latin liturgy better while growing your knowledge of the ecclesial Latin. With key translations and commentaries that compare the Latin Vulgate with the original Hebrew Psalms—as well as a grammar specifically composed with biblical Latin in mind—these works will help transform your ecclesial Latin studies.
These resources contain textual and technical commentary on the Psalms and on the Song of Solomon, citing Hebrew and Latin texts in their translation notes. This collection also contains a classic technical grammar of Vulgate Latin, aiding in the process of translating difficult or confusing passages.
The words of the Psalmists have provided encouragement, comfort, and inspiration to Christians for thousands of years. From laments, to joyful songs, to words of praise, this Old Testament literature is as relatable today as it was when the words were originally penned. Classic Commentaries and Studies on Psalms 35 Vols.
Murphy, J. Stewart Perowne, and many more, these volumes provide a fantastic backdrop for the understanding of the Psalms. Laity, students, professors, ministers, and teachers will all benefit from the biblical wisdom and knowledge contained in these thirty-five volumes on the Psalms. With hundreds of thousands of copies sold, these classic commentaries have informed and inspired generations of Christians who have studied the Psalms.
The Treasury of David is one of the most comprehensive commentaries on the Psalms ever written, and Spurgeon devoted nearly two decades to completing the project. For each Psalm, Spurgeon offers verse-by-verse commentary, followed by detailed explanatory notes, quotations, and sayings for each verse. Each Psalm also contains suggestions for preaching and teaching, including illustrations, themes, and other tips.
This commentary on the Psalms by Ernst Wilhelm Hengstenberg, a 19th century German Lutheran theologian and exegete, is still widely known and cited and is considered a solid addition to the personal library of any serious student of the Old Testament. The translator and editor of Calvin's Commentaries also makes frequent reference to the works of this 19th century German Protestant commentator.
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Neale and R. Littledale have condensed the writings of the Church Fathers and other important writers from the Middle Ages into a verse-by-verse commentary of all Psalms. In his Expositions on the Book of Psalms , Augustine of Hippo provides a vivid and compelling exploration of the Psalms, with the beautiful humanity that characterizes his work. This six volume collection was translated by E. Pusey , H. Walford, and Charles Marriott, and it provides notes throughout each volume. He studied rhetoric in Carthage when he was As an adult, Augustine abandoned the Christianity of his youth to pursue Manichaeism.
Through his Manichaen connections, Augustine became professor of rhetoric at the imperial court of Milan.
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While in Milan, Augustine was heavily influenced by the bishop of Milan, Ambrose. Influenced by Ambrose and by the biography of St.
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Anthony, Augustine began exploring Christianity and eventually reconverted. He was baptized in and returned to Africa. There he was ordained and became a well-known preacher and apologist for the Christian faith. He was eventually made Bishop of Hippo, an office he held until his death in Proverbial teaching is one of the most ancient forms of instruction—handed down in short, pithy, easy-to-remember sayings, proverbs have long been used to instruct and exhort.
The Book of Proverbs, in keeping with the form, is designed for reflection and practical application.
Amassing some of the most significant late-nineteenth- and early-twentieth-century studies on Proverbs, these volumes put the Old Testament book under the microscope. Classic Commentaries and Studies on Proverbs offers more than 6, pages of interpretation, observation, translation, contextual history, reflection, and practical application.
A rich and varied collection, it combines accessibility and scholastic richness. With notable authors such as Charles Bridges , Richard G. The twenty-six volumes contained in the Classic Commentaries and Studies on the Book of Ecclesiastes 26 vols. This massive twenty-four volume collection features some of the best commentaries and studies on the Song of Songs from the eighteenth, nineteenth, and early twentieth centuries.