Item description for Holman New Testament Commentary - Revelation (Holman New Testament Commentary #12) by Kendell H. Easley & Max Anders...
Overview If you're studying the book of Revelation, you'll find Kendall Easley's user-friendly commentary the perfect guide. Pastors, teachers, and Sunday school leaders will value it for its historical facts, grammatical notations, discussion questions, quotes from noted writers, verse-by-verse analysis, and easy-to-follow teaching outline. Individual students will enjoy the introductions and overviews of each chapter, practical life applications, and prayers. The 12th volume of The Holman New Testament Commentary, Max Anders, general editor.
One in a series of twelve New Testament verse-by-verse commentary books edited by Max Anders. Includes discussion starters, teaching plan, and more. Great for lay teachers and pastors alike.
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Studio: Holman Reference
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.52" Width: 6.46" Height: 1.23" Weight: 1.75 lbs.
Release Date Jan 1, 1999
Publisher HOLMAN BIBLE PUBLISHING #48
Series Holman New Testament Commentary
Series Number 12
ISBN 0805402128 ISBN13 9780805402124
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More About Kendell H. Easley & Max Anders
Kendell H. Easley is professor of Biblical Studies and director of the School of Theology and Missions graduate programs at the Stephen Olford Center at Union University in Memphis, Tennessee. Christopher W. Morgan is dean and professor of Theology of the School of Christian Ministries at California Baptist University in Riverside.
Kendell H. Easley was born in 1949.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Holman New Testament Commentary - Revelation?
Helpul commentary Sep 9, 2001
I bought this entire New Testament series commentary to help me in teaching an adult Sunday School class. I'm glad I did! All of the books include a verse-by-verse description that is very helpful. A teaching outline is included for each chapter, along with discussion questions and an area with a more deeper discussion of certain topics important to that chapter.
As a new teacher, I have found this series invaluable in preparing my lessons. I think you'll like this one.
a useful devotional commentary Apr 23, 2000
Bible study leaders and lay Christians looking for a devotional rather than technical commentary should find this series useful. Easley is a conservative protestant (prof. of New Testament at Mid-America Baptist Seminary, Memphis) but shows tolerance for differing interpretations of this difficult book of the Bible. The commentary is thoroughly organized and very easy to read. Every chapter follows the same outline: introductory story, verse-by-verse commentary on the text, conclusions and principles for the Christian life, practical application, a fitting prayer, an "in depth" section giving more historical detail, an outline for Bible study teachers, and a list of issues for discussion. Unfortunately there are no maps or illustrations. Recommendable for its intended goal (growing in Christ) and audience (layperson, Bible study leader). If you are searching for a heavier, technical commentary, then Aune and Beale are preferable.
Revelation revealed Dec 13, 1999
Kendell Easley writes a reference book that helps the pastor and the lay person decipher the mystery of Christ's revelation to John and the world. As a Elder and lay leader in my church, I found that his balanced approach to all views of end times particularly important. Easley points out the interesting and vital, staying away from the trivial and titilizing. His introductions, verse by verse analysis and deeper insights allows the reader to remain at a basic level, or explore the deeper levels. I recommend this highly for anyone interested in studying or preaching on The Revelation, for it will challenge you to get beyond pat answers of End Times, and explore what God wanted us to know about Himself, Christ, Satan, Heaven, Hell and the New Heaven and New Earth. It won't be the only book you'll need, but it will be one you will return to again and again.