Item description for Key Word Commentary by Mark Water...
Overview Providing a one-page overview for each chapter in the Bible, this reference offers keys to unlock the Bible. Introductions are provided for each section and each book of the Bible. (Commentary)
Publishers Description This commentary provides a one-page overview for each chapter in the Bible. Every page includes ten keys to unlock each of the 929 chapters of the Old Testament and the 260 chapters of the New Testament.
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Studio: AMG Publishers
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.32" Width: 6.42" Height: 2.65" Weight: 3.1 lbs.
Release Date Nov 1, 2002
Publisher AMG Publishers
Series Key Word Commentary
ISBN 0899574408 ISBN13 9780899574400
Availability 0 units.
More About Mark Water
"Mark Water" was born in Devon, England, and trained for the Anglican ministry at the London College of Divinity. He was ordained as an evangelical minister in 1966. For the past 20 years he has been engaged in the ministry of Christian literature as writer, editor, and advisor. He is the author of the best-selling series of John Hunt Publishing's Bible Made Easy series (with over one million sold). He has also authored The Classic Biography series and has compiled the comprehensive The Encyclopedia of Christian Quotations and The Encyclopedia of Martyrs.
Mark Water currently resides in Devon Devon, England Devon, En.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Key Word Commentary?
A Good Commentary Apr 14, 2006
A Oxford Bible Commentary or Wycliffe Bible Commentary this is not. Those commentaries are much more concise. And are much more in use than this one. That's because these are good at word and verse commentary and this one is not.
But I still use this Key Word Commentary. Just like the several different Study Bibles I refer to and study from I also research from 3 different commentaries, including this one.
And this is handy with my Key Word Study Bible. Gives a good chapter and summary of the Bible.
I would still recommend this commentary but don't get your hopes up if your used to using Oxford and Wycliffe Bible Commentaries in the past.
A different kind of commentary but still recommended Mar 31, 2005
In this outline style commentary each chapter of each book of the Bible is given its own single page, which is organized into ten divisions. The ten comments about each chapter are (1) Before and After, (2) Analysis of the Chapter, (3) Key Verse, (4) Key Word or Phrase, (5) Key Event, Person or Theme, (6) Key Thought, (7) Key Thing to Look For, (8) Key Bible Cross-reference, (9) Key explanation, and (10) Key Quote. Most people think of a commentary work examining and explaining verses, particular word use, customs of the time, or similar. This book contains no commentary of that nature. Instead it is a chapter level examination of the bible. If you are interested in a key thought summary of each chapter of the Bible this is just what you are looking for. If you are looking for a word and verse level commentary you will be disappointed. On the other hand, if you are looking for a high-level summary and outline of the Bible the Key Word Commentary is recommended.