The Bible Knowledge Commentary: Old Testament

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David C Cook, 1983 - Religion - 1589 pages

HELP FROM EXPERT SCHOLARS IN UNDERSTANDING THE SCRIPTURES

• What does That verse mean?
• How should I interpret this passage?
• What is the significance of this word or phrase in Hebrew or Aramaic?
• How do Bible-time customs help me understand the meaning of this passage?
• How does the information on the author, historical background, and features of a Bible book help interpret that book?

The Bible Knowledge Commentary answers these and other questions about the Scriptures, discussing all the Bible verse by verse and often phrase by phrase. In addition, maps, charts, and diagrams help you grasp the meanings of the biblical text. Unlike most others this commentary is by authors from one school - Dallas Theological Seminary. The Bible Knowledge Commentary - popular in style and scholarly in content - will deepen your understanding of God's written Word

 

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Contents

VIII
15
IX
103
X
163
XI
215
XII
259
XIII
325
XIV
373
XV
415
XXVIII
975
XXIX
1009
XXX
1029
XXXI
1123
XXXII
1207
XXXIII
1225
XXXIV
1323
XXXV
1377

XVI
431
XVII
457
XVIII
483
XIX
537
XX
589
XXI
619
XXII
651
XXIII
673
XXIV
699
XXV
715
XXVI
779
XXVII
901
XXXVI
1409
XXXVII
1425
XXXVIII
1453
XXXIX
1461
XL
1475
XLI
1493
XLII
1505
XLIII
1523
XLIV
1537
XLV
1545
XLVI
1573
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\Dr. Roy B. Zuck is department chairman and professor of Bible Exposition at Dallas Theological Seminary where he has served on faculty since 1973. Dr. Zuck has written or edited more than seventy books on Christian education and biblical studies. He had edited Bibleotheca Sacra (Dallas Seminary's theological journal) since 1986.
John F. Walvoord is Chancellor of Dallas Theological Seminary, and was on the school's faculty for 50 years, including its president from 1952-1986. He has written numerous books, most of which, like Rapture Question and The Millennial Kingdom, relate to Bible prophecy. He is also the coeditor of the best-selling Bible Knowledge Commentary.

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