In this volume, James Scott explores Second Corinthians, shedding light on the personal aspect of Paul's problems at Corinth. Emphasizing the two major motifs of the merkabah (heavenly throne-chariot) and Korah's rebellion, Scott suggests that Paul saw his embattled situation as parallel to that of Moses during the rebellion. Includes a brief introduction and references.
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Good Commentary at a Good Value
Date:August 9, 2013
I am not an expert in Commentaries but I own a few. 5 single volume and various others from sets. What I like about the Understanding the Bible series is that it is good for personal bible study and teaching in small groups. A very good step up from study bible notes. It is not as in depth as a Pillar New Testament Commentary which I really like. But it is about one third the price which I really like as well. Note this is not a new series but a republish of another series from the 90's. But that is not a distraction for me.