Item description for Commentary-Daniel/Minor Prophet (Exp Bible Comm V7) by Frank E. Gaebelein, Robert L. Alden & Carl E. Armerding...
Overview Contributors to Volume 7 are: Gleason L. Archer, Jr. ( Daniel), Leon J. Wood (Hosea), Richard D. Patterson (Joel), Thomas E. McComiskey (Amos, Micah), Carl E. Armerding (Obadiah, Habakkuk), H. L. Ellison (Jonah), Larry Walker (Zephaniah), Robert L. Alden (Haggai, Malachi) and Kenneth Barker (Zechariah).
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.54" Width: 6.5" Height: 2.22" Weight: 2.63 lbs.
Release Date Aug 1, 1985
Publisher Zondervan Publishing
Series Expositors Bible Commentary
Series Number 7
ISBN 0310364906 ISBN13 9780310364900 UPC 025986364908
Availability 0 units.
More About Frank E. Gaebelein, Robert L. Alden & Carl E. Armerding
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 coeditor of Christianity Today and devoted himself to editing, writing, and speaking.
Frank E. Gaebelein was born in 1899 and died in 1983.
Reviews - What do customers think about Commentary-Daniel/Minor Prophet (Exp Bible Comm V7)?
great commentary Mar 23, 2010
Good concise commentary on the minor prophets. Not as detailed as I would have hoped
Review of set, not specific volume Sep 6, 2007
Let me start by saying that I have owned the full 12-volume set for about a year and use it quite frequently as a resource. To be fair, I have yet to use this particular volume. However, as there seem to be no competent reviews on the set as a whole, I did want to add my impressions of this terrific resource.
I can say that I'm very satisfied with my purchase of the 12 volumes in this set. Every portion has been quite helpful, and this is an amazingly simple and inexpensive way to assemble a good library of commentaries on the entire Bible. Obviously the commentaries are not as thorough as one may find in other series, such as the excellent (although not yet quite complete) "New International Commentary on the New Testament" or a similar series. However, for most Christians who teach or lead small groups in their churches, this set can serve as a great resource to get started with, and one that can easily be supplimented with specific volumes that treat a book of the Bible in greater depth as those books are needed. Additionally, this resource can be more useful than a larger volume in situations where one is interested in looking at a few chapters of scripture at a time, or where one just needs to understand what a verse or two might mean. Thanks to the very clear and practical verse by verse organization, it's a terrific tool to do just that.
Also, I will add that (at the time of this writing) it should be possible to buy the entire set for around $150 or less, so I would suggest shopping a bit if you plan to purchase all 12 volumes.