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Tyndale Old and New Testament Commentary
Category: Commentary Sets
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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

  • Covers the entire Bible
  • Perfect companion to other commentaries
  • Easy to understand and use in your ministry
  • Named as one of the 850 Books for Biblical Expositors by the Master's Seminary

Product Details

The Tyndale Commentary Series has long been a favorite of preachers, teachers, and serious students of God’s Word. Carefully staying true to the Bible text, each commentary in the set walks through every passage one at a time, making sure to stop at each significant Greek or Hebrew word. Aiming to be fully understood by everyone, including those with no experience in biblical languages, this series is easy-to-understand, but it also digs deep into the text.

Written by some of the world’s most distinguished evangelical Bible scholars, the Tyndale Commentary Series is scholarly without being overly-technical. Each volume includes a concise but thorough introduction, giving you the background information on the book covered. The commentary then goes through each section of the text, showing you the overall themes along with commenting on individual verses. When Greek and Hebrew words are discussed, the transliteration is offered to make it easily readable. The authors explain why the word is important and how it’s related to the associated passage and other Scriptures is explained.

Studying with the Tyndale Commentary Series will raise your personal level of Bible understanding. When using this resource in WORDsearch, you’ll be able to easily cross-reference with the text, Strong’s, and other study tools in order to get the most out of your Bible study time.

Check out a sample of this series by clicking on the yellow “Sample” button under the book cover on this page.

Included Products

  • Tyndalecommgenesis Tyndale Commentaries: Genesis
  • Tyndalecommexodus Tyndale Commentaries: Exodus
  • Tyndalecommleviticus Tyndale Commentaries: Leviticus
  • Tyndalecommnumbers Tyndale Commentaries: Numbers
  • Tyndalecommdeuteronomy Tyndale Commentaries: Deuteronomy
  • Tyndalecommjoshua Tyndale Commentaries: Joshua
  • Tyndalecommjudgesruth Tyndale Commentaries: Judges and Ruth
  • Tyndalecomm12samuel Tyndale Commentaries: 1 and 2 Samuel
  • Tyndalecomm12kings Tyndale Commentaries: 1 and 2 Kings
  • Tyndalecomm1chronicles Tyndale Commentaries: 1 Chronicles
  • Tyndalecomm2chronicles Tyndale Commentaries: 2 Chronicles
  • Tyndalecommezraneh Tyndale Commentaries: Ezra and Nehemiah
  • Tyndalecommesther Tyndale Commentaries: Esther
  • Tyndalecommjob Tyndale Commentaries: Job
  • Tyndalecommpsalms Tyndale Commentaries: Psalms
  • Tyndalecommproverbs Tyndale Commentaries: Proverbs
  • Tyndalecommecclesiastes Tyndale Commentaries: Ecclesiastes
  • Tyndalecommsongsolo Tyndale Commentaries: The Song of Solomon
  • Tyndalecommisaiah Tyndale Commentaries: Isaiah
  • Tyndalecommjerelam Tyndale Commentaries: Jeremiah and Lamentations
  • Tyndalecommezekiel Tyndale Commentaries: Ezekiel
  • Tyndalecommdaniel Tyndale Commentaries: Daniel
  • Tyndalecommhosea Tyndale Commentaries: Hosea
  • Tyndalecommjoelamos Tyndale Commentaries: Joel and Amos
  • Tyndalecommobjomicah Tyndale Commentaries: Obadiah, Jonah and Micah
  • Tyndalecommnahabzep Tyndale Commentaries: Nahum, Habakkuk, Zephaniah
  • Tyndalecommhagzecmal Tyndale Commentaries: Haggai, Zechariah, Malachi
  • Tyndalecommmatthew Tyndale Commentaries: Matthew
  • Tyndalecommmark Tyndale Commentaries: Mark
  • Tyndalecommluke Tyndale Commentaries: Luke
  • Tyndalecommjohn Tyndale Commentaries: John
  • Tyndalecommacts Tyndale Commentaries: Acts
  • Tyndalecommromans Tyndale Commentaries: Romans
  • Tyndalecomm1corinthians Tyndale Commentaries: 1 Corinthians
  • Tyndalecomm2corinthians Tyndale Commentaries: 2 Corinthians
  • Tyndalecommgalatians Tyndale Commentaries: Galatians
  • Tyndalecommephesians Tyndale Commentaries: Ephesians
  • Tyndalecommphilippians Tyndale Commentaries: Philippians
  • Tyndalecommcolphile Tyndale Commentaries: Colossians and Philemon
  • Tyndalecomm12thess Tyndale Commentaries: 1 and 2 Thessalonians
  • Tyndalecommpastoralep Tyndale Commentaries: The Pastoral Epistles
  • Tyndalecommhebrews Tyndale Commentaries: Hebrews
  • Tyndalecommjames Tyndale Commentaries: James
  • Tyndalecomm1peter Tyndale Commentaries: 1 Peter
  • Tyndalecomm2peterjude Tyndale Commentaries: 2 Peter and Jude
  • Tyndalecommlettersjohn Tyndale Commentaries: The Letters of John
  • Tyndalecommrevelation Tyndale Commentaries: Revelation
  • Critical Reviews

    The Tyndale volumes have long been the premier shorter-length commentary series on both Testaments throughout the English-speaking world.
    Craig Blomberg, Denver Seminary
    Tyndale commentaries are always useful, not least because they focus so clearly on the text of Scripture, and do not fall into the trap of paying too much attention to other commentaries and not enough to the scriptural text they are intended to expound and explain. So they retain their usefulness for preachers, Bible study leaders and for all readers of the Bible.
    Peter Adam, principal, Ridley College, Melbourne, Australia
    There simply is no series of medium-length commentaries that approaches the excellence of the Tyndale commentaries.
    Donald A. Hagner, Fuller Theological Seminary