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Commentaries in the Olive Tree Bible App

Commentaries — there are endless possibilities! This archive contains posts on our most popular sets, giving you a look inside.

For example, in this list you’ll find posts for:

Did you know we also have free commentaries available on our website? You can add the Matthew Henry Concise to your Olive Tree library right now! Or, add the Jamieson, Fausset, and Brown.

If you want more information on a commentary not listed on our blog, reach out to our support team. Additionally, you can reach out them if there is a set you would like made available on Olive Tree. You can contact our support team at support@olivetree.com.

 

The Key Word Commentary is not your average commentary. In fact, it’s incredibly different than every other commentary we’ve used. It provides 10 key insights every chapter of the Bible, all 1,189 of them. Let’s take a look inside! What’s Inside the Key Word Commentary? Using the commentary is fairly…

Old & New Testament Library

The Old and New Testament Library Series from Westminster John Knox (WJK) Press is a Bible reference series that includes thorough commentaries, theological topical works, and Bible surveys. The WJK Library series includes top-ranked commentaries such as Exodus by Brevard Childs, 1 & 2 Chronicles by Sara Japhet, Lamentations by…

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NICOT Authors

The New International Commentary on the Old and New Testament (NICOT/NICNT) is a well-loved 53-volume set. Those with limited space on their bookshelves will appreciate its availability in the app—and we are thankful for the ability to offer it! In fact, if you’re interested in how NICOT/NT works in the…

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New International Commentary on the Old and New Testament (NICOT NICNT)

The New International Commentary of the Old and New Testament is a rich, academic resource for studying the Bible. Published by Eerdmans, this set contains scholarship from well-known theologians. Olive Tree is proud to make this commentary available inside the app, making it incredibly easy to use. If you’re wondering…

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The Two Horizons Old and New Testament Commentary is a wide-approach 12-volume commentary set. It takes into account historical, cultural, and linguistic questions, while primarily seeking to understand the text theologically. So, if you’re wondering whether this is a commentary for you, you’ve come to the right place. Let’s walk…

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The Anchor Yale Bible Commentary series is a highly academic, wide-reaching resource. Boasting 91 volumes, spanning the Old Testament, New Testament, and Deuterocanon, it also covers a wide range of Protestant, Catholic, and Jewish traditions. Then, to expand even further, the series contains contributions from scholars all over the world.…

One of the best ways to decide if a commentary is right for you is to read the general editor’s preface. This gives you an overview of why and how they created the commentary. Here’s what the general editor, Philip W. Comfort, has to say about the Cornerstone Biblical Commentary:…

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We now have the 18-volume version of the Baker Exegetical Commentary on the New Testament (BECNT)! This resource comes with over 6,000 pages of conservative, modern scholarship—and it now includes commentary on Romans, Colossians, and Philemon. THE BASICS OF THE BAKER EXEGETICAL COMMENTARY This series is written by well-known and…

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The New Beacon Bible Commentary Set is a Wesleyan commentary based on the NIV. It’s readable, relevant, and academically thorough. General Editors Roger Hahn, Alex Varughese, and George Lyons care deeply about the Church being well-equipped to study and teach God’s Word. Want to know what’s inside? Hear from the…