Item description for Proverbs (Mastering the Old Testament, Vol 15a) by David A. Hubbard...
This commentary provides critical textual exposition, corollary verses or illustrations from other portions of the Bible, and classical or contemporary life-situations illustrations.
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Studio: Thomas Nelson Publishers
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.16" Width: 6.24" Height: 1.25" Weight: 1.62 lbs.
Release Date Aug 1, 2000
Publisher Thomas Nelson Publishers
Series Mastering The Old & New Testaments - Old Testament
Series Number 15
ISBN 0849935547 ISBN13 9780849935541
Availability 0 units.
More About David A. Hubbard
David A. Hubbard, former president and professor of Old Testament at Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, California, was a recognized biblical scholar. In addition to over 30 books, he has written numerous articles for journals, periodicals, reference works, and was regularly listed in several editions of Who's Who. Dr. Hubbard traveled throughout six continents and was heard worldwide on "The Joyful Sound" radio program. Dr. Hubbard passed away in 1997.
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The Complete Guide to the Book of Proverbs is more current. Dec 31, 1999
Hubbard's commentary is in-depth and accurate. He quotes the New King James Version but corrects mistakes such as Proverbs 30.1 where he correctly states that "Ithiel and Ucal" should be tranlated as phrases rather than names. Biblical archaelogy and scholarship has made significant progress in the last 10 years since this book was written (1989). For a more up-to-date in-depth commentary on Proverbs read THE COMPLETE GUIDE TO THE BOOK OF PROVERBS by Cody Jones. It features numerous drawings and photos which give the reader a sense of the culture of the time. Six translations in parallel aid understanding of more difficult passages. Jones reveals for the first time in any commentary the secret identity of the overall editor of King Solomon's wise and witty sayings.