The NICNT/NICOT series produced by Eerdmans is in no need of introduction. Anyone who values both the academy and the church are well aware of its high degree of standing among academics and pastors, and for bridging the gap between those two worlds unlike any other commentary. Here are Gordon Fee’s comments on The Letter [...]
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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 [...]
Although often neglected, the General Epistles of the New Testament are some of the most theologically rich resources we have. Where would be without James’ command for obedience, or Peter’s exhortation to believers in the midst of suffering and persecution? Not to mention, the most enigmatic epistle of the New Testament–Hebrews–which is also one of [...]