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Zondervan Exegetical Commentary on the New Testament (ZECNT): Acts

Zondervan Exegetical Commentary on the New Testament (ZECNT): Acts

by Eckhard J. Schnabel and Clinton E. Arnold

With attention to issues that continue to surface in today’s church, this volume in the Zondervan Exegetical Commentary on the New Testament offers pastors, students, and teachers a focused resource for reading, teaching, and preaching the Book of Acts. Acts highlights (1) the work of God through the exalted Jesus who grants the presence… Read more…

Do Historical Matters Matter to Faith?: A Critical Appraisal of Modern and Postmodern Approaches to Scripture

Do Historical Matters Matter to Faith?: A Critical Appraisal of Modern and Postmodern Approaches to Scripture

by Willem A. VanGemeren, Craig L. Blomberg, James K. Hoffmeier, Dennis R. Magary, Darrell L. Bock, Richard S. Hess, Alan Millard, Eckhard J. Schnabel, Richard L. Schultz, Willem VanGemeren, Robert W. Yarbrough, Richard E. Averbeck, Robert D. Bergen, Chisholm Jr., Robe ChisholmJr., R ChisholmJr. and Chisholm

<p>Is historical accuracy an indispensable part of the Bible’s storyline, or is Scripture only concerned with theological truths? As progressive evangelicals threaten to reduce the Bible’s jurisdiction by undermining its historical claims, every Christian who cares about the integrity of Scripture must be prepared to answer this question.</p>… Read more…

Revelation: An Introduction and Commentary

Revelation: An Introduction and Commentary

by Nicholas Perrin, Eckhard J. Schnabel and Ian Paul

The Book of Revelation is a remarkable text. A fascinating piece of Scripture as well as an extraordinary piece of literature, its interpretation has affected our theology, art and worship, and even international politics. Yet it is widely neglected in the church and almost entirely avoided from the pulpit. In this Tyndale Commentary, Ian Paul takes a di… Read more…