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The Expositor's Bible Commentary Complete Edition
Author: Frank E. Gaebelein
Publisher: Zondervan
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This product is an electronic addition to your WORDsearch 11 , WORDsearch 10, or FREE WORDsearch Basic program. This is not a physical book or a stand-alone program.

Product Highlights

  • Named as one of the 850 Books for Biblical Expositors by the Master's Seminary

Product Details

The Expositor’s Bible Commentary is one of the most respected and consulted modern commentaries. Known for its accurate and outstanding scholarship, The Expositor’s Bible Commentary is a virtual who’s who of Bible scholars. Some of the authors include Carl F.H. Henry, F.F. Bruce, Walter C. Kaiser, Bruse M. Metzger, Gleason L. Archer, Jr., and Gordon D. Fee. In their commentary, these theologians introduce you to important undercurrents of the Bible, including Authority, Inspiration & Interpretation of Scripture, Geography, Eschatology, and Language & Textual Criticism of the Bible.

Enjoy Precise, Verse-By-Verse Commentary

Each commentary section, titled "Exposition," takes a careful look at the language behind the text. The text is examined in verse segments based on contextual ties. Each section of text has a short title describing the theme, a brief discussion of the overall context, and a thorough study on the key lexical and literary aspects.

A Treasury of Scholarly Notes

Following each commentary section is a section titled "Notes" that take you deeper into the author’s research and study. Here, the author can discuss alternative readings, variants in the text, and further comments on specific Greek and Hebrew words. Each biblical word is displayed in Greek or Hebrew, then transliterated, and then accurately translated into English. This makes all words accessible to those who have little or no language training. However, the concepts discussed are deep enough to benefit scholars and exegetical preachers.

Plus, Volume 1 includes introductory articles on Theology, Archeology, Chronology, and many other topics. You'll find this first volume a gold mine of background information.

Many WORDsearch users have made The Expositor's Bible Commentary their go-to resource for study and sermon and lesson preparation.

Check out a sample of this series by clicking on the yellow Sample button underneath the book cover image.

About the General Editor

The late Frank E. Gaebelein (New York University and Harvard University) for many years held the position of headmaster of the Stony Brook School. He was co-editor of Christianity Today and devoted himself to editing, writing, and speaking.

Included Products

  • Exposbiblecom The Expositor's Bible Commentary: Volume 1 : Introductory Articles: General, Old Testament, New Testament
    by Frank E. Gaebelein
  • Exposbiblecom The Expositor's Bible Commentary: Volume 2 : Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers
    by Frank E. Gaebelein
  • Exposbiblecom The Expositor's Bible Commentary: Volume 3 : Deuteronomy, Joshua, Judges, Ruth, 1 & 2 Samuel
    by Frank E. Gaebelein
  • Exposbiblecom The Expositor's Bible Commentary: Volume 4 : 1 & 2 Kings, 1 & 2 Chronicles, Ezra, Nehemiah, Esther, Job
    by Frank E. Gaebelein
  • Exposbiblecom The Expositor's Bible Commentary: Volume 5 : Psalms, Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, Song of Songs
    by Frank E. Gaebelein
  • Exposbiblecom The Expositor's Bible Commentary: Volume 6 : Isaiah, Jeremiah, Lamentations, Ezekiel
    by Frank E. Gaebelein
  • Exposbiblecom The Expositor's Bible Commentary: Volume 7 : Daniel and the Minor Prophets
    by Frank E. Gaebelein
  • Exposbiblecom The Expositor's Bible Commentary: Volume 8 : Matthew, Mark, Luke
    by Frank E. Gaebelein
  • Exposbiblecom The Expositor's Bible Commentary: Volume 9 : John and Acts
    by Frank E. Gaebelein
  • Exposbiblecom The Expositor's Bible Commentary: Volume 10 : Romans through Galatians
    by Frank E. Gaebelein
  • Exposbiblecom The Expositor's Bible Commentary: Volume 11 : Ephesians through Philemon
    by Frank E. Gaebelein
  • Exposbiblecom The Expositor's Bible Commentary: Volume 12 : Hebrews through Revelation
    by Frank E. Gaebelein
  • Critical Reviews

    ...a roaring success. Both form and style contribute to readability, and the scholarship is sound without being pedantic or tedious...
    Christianity Today
    ...a very helpful addition to the library of anyone interested in studying and teaching the Scriptures more effectively.
    The Seminary Review
    ...one of the greatest pieces of religious literature published in this generation. We cannot recommend it too highly.
    Pulpit Workshop
    The contributors are all competent scholars of international repute. Their work transcends denominational boundaries. Critical notes are kept separate, thereby ensuring the value of this series to a wider readership.
    Cyril J. Barber, The Minister's Library
    I recommend it
    Warren Wiersbe, a Basic Library for Bible Students