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Overview Comprehensive and accessible, the New International Commentary on the New Testament is one of the most highly regarded resources of current scholarship. Prepared by world-renowned authorities, it reflects exacting study of the original Greek and offers careful exegesis with preachers' and teachers' concerns in mind. Critical comments are footnoted; grammatical, textual, and historical details are appended. New International Commentary on the New Testament comprises 16 volumes in hardcover published by Eerdmans. Titles include: Acts, Colossians/Philemon/Ephesians, 1st Corinthians, 2nd Corinthians, Galatians, Hebrews, James, Epistle John, Gospel of John, Luke, Mark, 1st Peter, Philippians, Thessalonians, Revelation, and Romans.
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Studio: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Company
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 20" Width: 10" Height: 20" Weight: 35.25 lbs.
Release Date Jul 5, 2012
Publisher Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Company
Series New International Commentary On
ISBN 0802824455 ISBN13 9780802824455
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More About Gordon D. Fee
Gordon D. Fee (PhD, University of Southern California) is professor emeritus of New Testament studies at Regent College in Vancouver, British Columbia. He is the author of numerous works, including New Testament Exegesis, Listening to the Spirit in the Text, and commentaries on Revelation; Philippians; and 1 and 2 Timothy, Titus. He also coauthored How to Read the Bible for All Its Worth.
Reviews - What do customers think about New International Commentary on the NEW Testament (18 Volume Set)?
2 down and 14 to go! Apr 15, 2007
I have The First Epistle to the Corinthians(Gordon Fee), and The Gospel According to John (Leon Morris) so far. This is the best commentary I have found anywhere! I wish I could afford the whole set at once, but I will collect them all eventually. This will sit alongside Kittel's Theological Dictionary New Testament as some of my most treasured possessions.
The real learn the Word commentary set Jan 11, 2007
There is simply no better commentary set that combines readability with scholarship. I have a dozen or so commentary sets (via Logos software), from the `Pillar's NT Commentary, `The New International Greek Testament Commentary, to the `Word Biblical Commentary,' even the `International Critical Commentary Series.' I only use the NICNT and the NICOT commentaries on a regular basis.
They are easy to read, don't require the reader to understand the original languages (as does ICC and WBC), and are excellently researched and scholarly. Frankly their insights and Holy Spirit inspiration are life changing. For example Gordon Fee's 1st Corinthian Commentary tackles the thorny and contradictory texts about woman in ministry. His answer, while controversial, cannot be dismissed, both because of Dr. Fee's credentials and his astute argumentation. Another volume, Dr. Mounce's commentary on Revelation, makes clear what so many other books either make incomprehensible with academic babble or trivial and imprisoned within a predetermined theology (such as pre-rapture dispensationalism).
These books use careful exegesis, are conservative in nature while giving room for the Holy Spirit. They are simply a delight to read. They are amazing. While other commentaries either get lost in the nuance of language or endless historical debate about a passage's meaning, these books find a balance in the subjects and their opinions. While writing on all the various sections a commentary must write about (author, history, canonical importance, etc.) the emphasis is learning and explaining the Word. What more could we ask of a commentary! This is a go-to commentary that will help the bible and its meaning come alive in your life. Rather than listening to many of the `fad' teachings of the day these books can be instrumental in finding out what scripture really has to say about things.
Excellent Scholarship, but no sacrifice in readability Oct 11, 2006
This series is consistently excellent. The scholarship is top notch--well referenced, careful exegesis with a mind towards textual accuracy. The amazing thing about this series is that scholarship no where takes a back seat to comprehension--I am a lay person, and am able to read, enjoy, and profit from the ideas set forth by the authors. The authors themselves are conservative in nature as a whole, and are fair minded about discussing previous history of the exegesis of a passage. This is one of my go-to commentary series when preparing for Bible study.
What the set does not include Sep 7, 2006
I just received this commentary set. As an annotation to the previous reviewer, and to help potential buyers, as of this date, the set does NOT include commentaries on Matthew, 1 & 2 Timothy, Titus, and Jude.
16 Volumes: Apr 18, 2006
The Gospel of Luke 0802823157 The Gospel of Mark 0802825028 The Gospel according to John 0802825044 The Book of the Acts 0802825052 The Epistle to the Romans 0802823173 The First Epistle to the Corinthians 0802825079 The Second Epistle to the Corinthians 0802823009 The Epistle to the Galatians 0802825095 Paul's Letter to the Philippians 0802825117 The Epistles to the Colossians, to Philemon, and to the Ephesians 0802825109 The First and Second Epistles to the Thessalonians 0802825125 The Epistle to the Hebrews 0802825141 The Epistle of James 080282515X The First Epistle of Peter 0802825168 The Epistles of John 0802825184 The Book of Revelation 0802825370