The Epistle to the Hebrews
This series of biblical commentaries is the first to be based on the Revised English Bible, and incorporates the most recent research into both Old and New Testament books. Written by experienced scholars for the use of ministers, preachers, teachers, students, and church leaders, they relate the texts in their ancient settings to the needs of Christians in a multi-racial, multi-faith society.
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Review: The Epistle to the Hebrews: New International Greek Testament Commentary [NIGTC]User Review - Christianbook.com
This is a tremendous contribution to the NIGTC series. Ellingworth has a wide knowledge of the Greek and he often provides rich insights from extra-biblical sources. The informed layperson can benefit from this work with the use of an interlinear and some knowledge of Biblical Greek (at least a working knowledge of the Greek alphabet). I recommend Mounce's NIV English-Greek NT (a reverse interlinear), if you do not know Greek very well. For those with a working knowledge of Biblical Greek, this volume will be of great help. However, the heavy emphasis on word studies in this volume makes it a little more difficult to follow and I am not sure that it does not interfere with the flow of the context. This is why I find William Lane's work (Word Biblical Commentary) to be more helpful. Nevertheless, Paul Ellingworth has done a tremendous job in providing us with a thorough treatment of Hebrews that is extremely helpful in sermon/lesson prep.
Review: The Epistle to the Hebrews (New International Greek Testament Commentary )User Review - Jeremiah Mustered - Goodreads
Does a great job of breaking down the Greek and dealing with grammatical and syntax issues. It also gives a good background on source material and background information. His conclusions seem to be based on the text at hand, and not on preconcieved theological ideas. Great academic resource. Read full review