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Revelation by g.k. beale | bible commentary review
F.F. (Frederick Fyvie)Bruce was born in Elgin (Scotland) on October 12th, 1910, to a Brethren Assemblies family. His father worked for the Assemblies as an itinerant preacher. In September 1928, F.F. was baptized and received membership in his local congregation. He remained a devout follower of his faith for the remainder of his life. “From my own experience with the Brethren, I can conclude that they are the perfect place for a lay theologian to use his talents to serve the Church” (Restrospect, p. 285).
He began simultaneous studies in Greek and Latin when he was just ten years old, as a lover of the Bible and classical languages. In October 1928, F.F. was accepted to Aberdeen University. He also studied for his Graduation and Doctoral degrees at the University of Cambridge (England, 1932-34) and the University of Vienna (Austria, 1934-35), excelling in both.
Bruce taught Greek at the Universities of Edinburgh and Leeds from 1935 to 1938. (1938-47). Following that, he taught Bible History and Literature at the University of Sheffield from 1947 to 1959, then Bible Criticism and Exegesis at the University of Manchester (1959-78).
Logos 6 international critical commentary | logos bible
The Book of Genesis: Chapters 1-17 and The Book of Genesis: Chapters 18-50, by Victor P. Hamilton.
Understanding the bible commentary series [explained] + 1-2
The New International Old Testament Commentary. Eerdmans, Grand Rapids, 1990 and 1995. (BS1235.3.H32 and BS1235.3.H323 from 1995)
The Book of Genesis: Chapters 1-17 and The Book of Genesis: Chapters 18-50, by Victor P. Hamilton. The New International Old Testament Commentary (NICOT). Eerdmans, Grand Rapids, MI, 1995. (BS1235.3.H323 1995) (BS1235.3.H323 1995) (BS1235.3.H323 1995 .
Ruth: A New Translation with a Philological Commentary and a Formalist-Folklorist Interpretation, by Jack M. Sasson. Near Eastern Studies at Johns Hopkins University. The Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, MD, 1979. (1979) BS1313
Reformation Commentary on Scripture: 1-2 Samuel, 1-2 Kings, and 1-2 Chronicles, edited by Timothy George and Scott M. Manetsch. Cooper, Derek, and Lohrmann, Martin J. IVP Academic, Downers Grove, IL, 2016. (BS1325.53.A13 2016, BS1325.53.A13, BS1325.53.A13 .
Mordechai Cogan and Hayim Tadmor
1 Kings: A New Translation with Introduction and Commentary (BS1335.3.C642x 2001) and II Kings: A New Translation with Introduction and Commentary (BS1335.3.C642x 2001) (BS1335.3 .C643x 1988). The Anchor Bible is a collection of books published by Anchor Books. Doubleday, New York, 2001 and 1988.
New interpreter’s bible commentary | overview
The New International Bible Commentary, winner of the Gold Medallion Award, decodes the message and meaning of every book of the Bible in one volume. The perspectives of 43 world-class evangelical scholars are pooled in this acclaimed book to help you develop a deeper, life-changing understanding of Scripture.
This volume is more than a commentary, as it is a revision of The New Layman’s Commentary. It is an analytical look at the Bible by excellent contemporary scholars, with 28 introductory papers and 29 maps. The New International Bible Commentary is a study resource that blends simplicity with scope and significance, whether you’re planning a lesson or sermon or simply learning for your own edification.
F. F. Bruce’s Biography
F. F. Bruce (1910–1990), the Rylands Professor of Biblical Criticism and Exegesis at the University of Manchester, was one of the pioneers of the modern evangelical interpretation of the Bible. He became head of the Department of Biblical History and Literature at the University of Sheffield in 1947 after teaching Greek for many years, first at the University of Edinburgh and then at the University of Leeds. He went to the University of Aberdeen, Cambridge University, and the University of Vienna to further his education.
Daniel by stephen r. miller | bible commentary review
Expert assistance in deciphering the Bible Each volume in the Understanding the Bible Commentary Series breaks down barriers between the ancient and modern worlds, allowing contemporary readers to understand the power and importance of biblical texts. They provide a detailed section-by-section analysis of the biblical texts, with key words and phrases highlighted and all Hebrew transliterated. For those that want to delve further, there are notes at the end of each chapter that include additional textual and technical comments. There’s also a bibliography, as well as Scripture and topic indexes. This series will appeal to pastors, students, and Bible teachers because it is committed to accessibility without compromising serious scholarship. Genesis is the Bible’s historical and philosophical introduction, setting the groundwork for comprehending God, humanity, and his dealings with us. It is the seed of the gospel that introduces his vow. Its stories continue to resonate with our own spiritual journeys. This expertly crafted commentary takes the reader on a fascinating journey through the world’s early generations and the birth of God’s people.