The Welwyn Commentary Series is a respected series from Evangelical Press. What makes these commentaries different from others are the authors. Many of the writers are pastors and Bible teachers—people who are out there preaching and teaching on a daily basis. You'll appreciate their clear and concise insight.
Welwyn Commentators Are "Well-Read" Commentators
Each author has aggressively researched what other scholars have written on the passage you're studying. You may notice that Welwyn authors tend to write from the reformed perspective. Even so, Welwyn reviews different schools of thought and guides you to the most reasonable explanation, always based on the weight of biblical texts. You'll find hundreds of footnotes that appear as hyperlinks in Wordsearch, instantly providing more detailed information from cited sources.
Welwyn Won't Let You Miss the Hidden Treasures
For example, Matthew's gospel begins with the genealogy of Jesus, and Welwyn warns not to skip over this section because it teaches important lessons. The author wisely points out that of the four women mentioned, Tamar and Rahab were Canaanites and Ruth was a Moabite. Welwyn offers a teachable lesson regarding God's universal love for mankind and His desire to save both the Jew and the Gentile.
Whenever you study a Bible passage using Welwyn, you'll walk away knowing the Scripture in a deeper way. Welwyn takes the time to pause and thoroughly explain significant words, phrases, customs, and history.