Yesterday we kicked off the 2011 Commentary Tour by taking a look at the Zondervan’s ZECNT series. Today, we focus in a bit more closely and briefly review one individual volume in the series, Tom Schreiner’s Galatians. Following the structure goals of the series, Schreiner’s volume on Galatians follows the series format exceptionally well, staying [...]
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In today’s saturated market creating a truly unique commentary is a virtual impossibility. Yet, Zondervan’s ZECNT series is unique, not because its format is original, or its content new, but because the series is fundamentally based on the common sense needs of people who wish to work with the text. In the truest sense of [...]
With Peter T. O’Brien’s new contribution to the Pillar series, The Letter to the Hebrews, I think it is time to give credit to where it is due. I believe the Pillar New Testament Commentary series is now the best commentary on the market. But before we proceed, a brief caveat. I recognize that it [...]
Romans The book of Romans continues to be one of the most significant documents in world history. It is the inspiration and foundation of many of the church’s most profound theological works and doctrinal beliefs. I, the Academia Nut, immediately think of Luther’s Commentary on Romans and how his “discovery” of “justification by faith” quite [...]