The John F. Walvoord Commentary & Theology Collection is a 9-volume bundle of scholarly, yet practical commentary.
The author, Dr. John F. Walvoord (1910–2002), served on the faculty of Dallas Theological Seminary for over 50 years, and was its president from 1952 to 1986. Walvoord is known for his expertise in eschatology and theology and earned a reputation as one of the most influential dispensational theologians of the 20th century.
Benefit from Walvoord's Wisdom & Theological Insight
In these volumes, Dr. Walvoord offers clear and helpful commentary on the prophetic books of Daniel and Revelation. Included are additional commentary volumes covering Matthew, Philippians, and Thessalonians. You'll also find 2 volumes on the Holy Spirit plus works of theology focused on Jesus Christ. The volumes included in this bundle are:
- Daniel - The Key to Prophetic Revelation
- The Revelation of Jesus Christ - A Commentary on the book of Revelation
- Matthew - A Commentary on the First Gospel
- To Live Is Christ - An Exposition of the Epistle of Paul to the Philippians
- The Thessalonian Epistles - A Commentary on 1 & 2 Thessalonians
- Jesus Christ Our Lord - Theological presentation of the person and work of Christ
- The Holy Spirit - A Complete Study of the Person and Work of the Holy Spirit
- The Holy Spirit At Work Today - A Study of the Work of the Holy Spirit In the Church and the World Today
- What We Believe - Discovering the Truths of Scripture
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About the Author:
John F. Walvoord (1910-2002) was Chancellor and Professor Emeritus,Systematic Theology, Dallas Theological Seminary. He had served on the faculty since 1936 and was inaugurated as its second president in 1953. Known worldwide for his evangelical scholarship, Dr. Walvoord has written or edited twenty six books and dozens of articles for magazines and scholarly journals, including The Bible Knowledge Commentary. He earned two master's degrees, M.A. and Th.M. and Dallas' Doctor of Theology Th.D. degree. In 1960, Wheaton College awarded him the honorary Doctor of Divinity degree and in 1984 Liberty University awarded him the honorary Doctor of Letters degree.