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Judges & Ruth: Everyman's Bible Commentary (EvBC)

Judges & Ruth: Everyman's Bible Commentary (EvBC)

by Arthur H. Lewis

The book of Judges presents a miniature of the human race, its ups and downs, its triumphs and its tragedies. It also presents a history of God's sovereign intervention in the affairs of men. Yet within that same enviroment of human failure and rebellion, there is the book of Ruth, a portrait of the coming Kinsman-Redeemer--showing God's message … Read more…

Jude: Everyman's Bible Commentary (EvBC)

Jude: Everyman's Bible Commentary (EvBC)

by S Maxwell Coder

Rich in content and replete with warnings concerning the last days, this epistle of only twenty-five verses has often been neglected by students of God's Word. Jude: The Acts of the Apostes is a scholarly, practical exposition of this short but important New Testament book.The early development of a logical structural outline brings out Jude's in… Read more…

Joshua: Everyman's Bible Commentary (EvBC)

Joshua: Everyman's Bible Commentary (EvBC)

by Irving L Jensen and Irving L. Jensen

This practical analysis of Joshua provides an accurate, concise commentary on Israel's conquest of the Promised Land. Also, a helpful parallel is drawn between the events under Joshua's leadership and the principles of Christianity outlined in the New Testament. Written in a simple, non-technical style, this articulate commentary includes maps… Read more…

Job: Everyman's Bible Commentary (EvBC)

Job: Everyman's Bible Commentary (EvBC)

by Roy B. Zuck

Unfathomable loss. Unmerited suffering. Why is this happening to me? For centuries people have tried to understand the reasons for suffering and grief. When we cannot connect our woes to wrongs we have done, we conclude that our suffering is undeserved and unfair. Like Job, we struggle to understand our pain.The universality of suffering makes the book o… Read more…

Jeremiah & Lamentations: Everyman's Bible Commentary (EvBC)

Jeremiah & Lamentations: Everyman's Bible Commentary (EvBC)

by Irving L Jensen and Irving L. Jensen

Jeremiah, previously published as a separate volume, has been combined with Lamentations to provide a carefully organized exposition that reconstructs the historical and cultural backgrounds as well as the vital message of the two Old Testament books.Jeremiah is a penetrating analysis of a significant prophetic book regarded as especially relevant to mod… Read more…

James: Everyman's Bible Commentary (EvBC)

James: Everyman's Bible Commentary (EvBC)

by Vernon D. Doerksen

What should you as a Christian be thinking, saying, and doing? The epistle of James outlines God's answers to those questions. James provides you with guidelines for a life that is consistent with your beliefs -- consistent with the way God wants you to live. It is as relevant today as the day it was written.In a readable, helpful style, Vernon Doerk… Read more…

Hosea & Amos: Everyman's Bible Commentary (EvBC)

Hosea & Amos: Everyman's Bible Commentary (EvBC)

by H. Ronald Vandermey and Gary G. Cohen

God used Hosea and Amos--one right after the other--to announce to the Northern Kingdom (Israel) that God's patience had at last ended and that the hour of decision had arrived. These prophets challenged Israel to repent now or face God's immediate judgment and endure pitiless conquest and plundering at the hands of the merciless Assyrians.Bot… Read more…

Hebrews: Everyman's Bible Commentary (EvBC)

Hebrews: Everyman's Bible Commentary (EvBC)

by Charles F. Pfeiffer

The emphasis of Hebrews was born out of the concern of the writer for those who had been true to Christ in the past but who were now wavering. Signs of defection from the faith brought both a warning against apostasy and a fervent exhortation to press onward to spiritual maturity. The epistle argues that the death of Christ renders obsolete the Old Testa… Read more…

Haggai & Malachi: Everyman's Bible Commentary (EvBC)

Haggai & Malachi: Everyman's Bible Commentary (EvBC)

by Herbert . Wolf

Haggai and Malachi, two postexilic minor prophets, addressed many practical issues that concern God's people even today: attitudes, priorities, the use of money, divorce, Christ's second coming and others. In Haggai, the people listen to God's message and are encouraged; but in Malachi, they argue with the Lord. Yet both books offer important… Read more…

Habakkuk & Zephaniah: Everyman's Bible Commentary (EvBC)

Habakkuk & Zephaniah: Everyman's Bible Commentary (EvBC)

by Cyril J. Barber

Viewed against the backdrop of Assyrian supremacy, the Scythian invasion, and independent power struggles preceding the emergence of the neo-Babylonian empire, Habakkuk and Zephaniah are two of the most difficult books in the prophetic canon. Cyril J. Barber explores these two much-neglected portions of Scripture in an effort to explain the purpose of each… Read more…

Galatians: Everyman's Bible Commentary (EvBC)

Galatians: Everyman's Bible Commentary (EvBC)

by Howard F. Vos

Freedom, a concept which is often misunderstood today, actually involves a great deal of responsibility, love for others, and burden-bearing. In this letter to the Galatian churches, the apostle Paul spoke out on Christian liberty and freedom.In this commentary, the author captures the emotion of a concerned apostle as he invites enslaved Christians to r… Read more…

First Timothy: Everyman's Bible Commentary (EvBC)

First Timothy: Everyman's Bible Commentary (EvBC)

by D Edmon Hiebert

This concise interpretation of the apostle Paul's first letter to Timothy keeps technical matters to a minimum, while making every effort to provide a clear explanation of each portion of the epistle. Dr. Hiebert's verse-by-verse method keeps the trend of thought before the reader by means of a well-developed outline.The letter to Timothy was inte… Read more…


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