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Kregel Classics The Complete Bible Commentary

The Complete Bible Commentary is a classic, one-volume commentary on every book of the Bible, written with an uncompromising commitment to the authority and integrity of the biblical text with deep, exegetical insights. The commentary includes an introduction to each book as well as helpful comments on the book's history and theme. Section-by-section commentary, with all Greek and Hebrews words explained. Formerly titled, The Student's Commentary on the Holy Scriptures.
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Great For understanding the Bible in more detail.

Date:March 15, 2013
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Location:Englewood, Colorado
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I was having a hard time finding this book but you have such a large quantity supply that it was very easy to get this awesome book. Praise the Lord.
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Date:January 19, 2009
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This book was out of print for years. In November of 2008, Kregel began publishing it again. While it was out of print, used copies of this paperback were selling on the internet for $400! A new copy for $27 from CBD is a very good deal. Many years ago, the title was The Student's Commentary.I believe this to be the best complete Bible commentary in existence. I am not the only one who thinks highly of it. This is the only commentary recommended by TV Bible-teacher Les Feldick and the late Pastor C. R. Stam (author of Things That Differ and many others, brother of Chinese missionary martyr John Stam, and founder of Berean Bible Society). It is very precise, distinguishing well the things of Israel from the things of the church the body of Christ. Some today would call this a "mid-Acts dispensational" view of Scripture.Whatever you call it, Williams did a wonderful job of illuminating Scripture by the light of Scripture, exegeting difficult passages and of making sense out of passages that often elicit confusion. One could comb through and find points of disagreement, but such is the nature of Bible commentary.This is a technical, detailed commentary for the serious student. It is not a watered-down, broad-brush type of commentary. It's too bad it doesn't come in hardback.
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