1 & 2 Samuel (#06 in Holman Old Testament Commentary Series)
No other reference series gets to the heart of the Old Testament as efficiently as the Holman Old Testament Commentary. When a reader's time allows, the series offers a detailed interpretation based on the popular New International Version text. When...
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No other reference series gets to the heart of the Old Testament as efficiently as the Holman Old Testament Commentary. When a reader's time allows, the series offers a detailed interpretation based on the popular New International Version text. When time is short, it delivers an essential understanding of the Old Testament with unsurpassed clarity and convenience.
^^1,2 Samuel is the final volume in the 32-book Old and New Testament series and insightfully magnifies the grace of God that is greater than all our sin through the story of David who, despite his failings, would become a man after God's own heart and the model for all future kings.
Stephen J. Andrewsis director of the Morton-Seats Institute of Archaeology and Anthropology and professor of Old Testament, Hebrew, and Archaeology at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Kansas City, Missouri. He holds degrees from Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion (D.Phil., M.Phil.), Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary (Th.M.), Eastern Baptist Theological Seminary (M.Div.), and Carson-Newman College (B.A.). Robert D. Bergenis professor of Old Testament and Biblical Languages at Hannibal LaGrange College in Hannibal, Missouri. He earned his B.A. from Hardin-Simmons University and his M.Div. and Ph.D. from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.
Robert D. Bergen (Ph.D., Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary) is professor of Old Testament and Biblical Languages at Hannibal LaGrange College in Hannibal, Missouri. He has authored 1 & 2 Samuel in both the New American Commentary and the Holman Old Testament Commentary; Biblical Hebrew and Discourse Linguistics and Discourse criticism: Introduction, methodology, and application to Genesis 1:1-2:3.
Koorong -Editorial Review.
Stephen J. Andrews (Ph.D., Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion) is Director of the Morton-Seats Institute of Archaeology, and AnthropologyProfessor of Old Testament, Hebrew and Archaeology at Midwestern Seminary.
In his teaching, Andrews draws from his experience on digs in Israel and Jordan. He has also provided articles and book reviews to several scholarly journals as well as writing for Lifeways Biblical Illustrator, InterVarsity's Dictionary of the Old Testament: Pentateuch, the Holman Illustrated Bible Dictionary, the Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible, and the Mercer Dictionary of the Bible. In addition, he serves as the book review editor of the Midwestern Journal of Theology. His most recent contribution has been 1 & 2 Samuel (Holman's Old Testament Commentary).
Koorong -Editorial Review.