The New Interpreter's Bible One Volume Commentary

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Abingdon Press, Jul 1, 2010 - Religion - 1068 pages
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The New Interpreter'sŪ Bible One-Volume Commentary brings the best of biblical scholarship to the service of the church. This volume features new articles on all the books of the Bible, including the Apocrypha, as well as numerous general articles on the history, interpretation, and use of the Bible. The authors are a diverse group of the top biblical scholars in the world, and they provide thoughtful, challenging, and enlightening commentary on the eternal truths of Scripture.

The New Interpreter's Bible One-Volume Commentary is designed for pastors, students, Bible teachers, and laypersons---anyone who wants a portable, accessible, and trustworthy resource for deeper Scripture study. It is a great complement to the New Interpreter's Study Bible.

"This new member of Abingdon's family of biblical commentaries and reference works reflects the vitality and diversity of current scholarship, and the contributors communicate these in ways that pastors, students, and laypeople alike will find interesting as well as informative. The NIBOVC is sure to earn the same respect that is already enjoyed by its widely-acclaimed siblings, like the New Interpreter's Bible and the New Interpreter's Dictionary of the Bible." Victor Paul Furnish University Distinguished Professor of New Testament, Emeritus Southern Methodist University

"A challenge for the church today is helping people engage in theological reflection. Essential to this practice is the commitment to reading and interpreting biblical texts. This excellent One-Volume Commentary on the Bible makes the range of perspectives that inform contemporary biblical scholarship accessible to clergy, religious educators and teachers." Elizabeth F. Caldwell Harold Blake Walker Professor of Pastoral Theology McCormick Theological Seminary

"This new edition of the New Interpreter's Bible One-Volume Commentary draws on the best of modern scholarship to provide an excellent resource for scholars and teachers of the Bible. With essays covering all books in the Old Testament, New Testament, and Apocrypha, coupled with insightful general articles covering a wide range of issues, this book, like its predecessor, will surely set the standard for all such commentaries for generations to come. For scholars, clergy, and students of the Bible looking for the most recent critical assessments of biblical literature and its theological ramifications for the modern world, this will be an indispensable reference work." Samuel E. Balentine Professor of Old Testament Union Presbyterian Seminary

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User Review  - Neil - Christianbook.com

This commentary is very good and sometimes offers insight not noticed by either myself or other commentators. The quality of commentary is nearly identical (but different authors) with the ... Read full review

Excellent reference

User Review  - Lattie Collins - Christianbook.com

I have been using the multi-volume Interpreter Bible since my college days in the 1950's. In my opinion it is the "gold standard" of Bible commentaries. But it is surely not portable. The One-Volume ... Read full review

Contents

Commentary on the Books of the Old Testament
57
NUMBERS Thomas B Dozeman
83
DEUTERONOMY Mark Biddle Ii1lI1P
143
Copyright

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About the author (2010)

Dr. Beverly Roberts Gaventa is Princeton Theological Seminary's Helen H.P. Manson Professor of New Testament Literature and Exegesis. She holds an M.Div. from Union Theological Seminary in New York and a Ph.D. from Duke University. She is an ordained elder in the Presbyterian Church (USA). Professor Gaventa is editor of the Society of Biblical Literature's Resources for Biblical Studies, a member of the editorial board of the Journal of Biblical Literature, and associate editor of the Catholic Biblical Quarterly.
Dr. David L. Petersen is Franklin Nutting Parker Professor of Old Testament at Emory University in Atlanta. He holds a B.D., M.Phil., and Ph.D. from Yale University and is an ordained minister in the Presbyterian Church (USA). Dr. Petersen has written, coauthored or coedited numerous books and articles. He was the senior Old Testament editor for The New Interpreter's Bible, and he serves on the editorial boards of the Journal of Biblical Literature and the Catholic Biblical Quarterly. Petersen recently served as president of the Society of Biblical Literature.

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