Hebrews-Revelation (#12 in New Interpreter's Bible Series)
Subjects and Themes: - Ancient Literature- Persons and Places in the Bible- Biblical Languages: Hebrew and Greek- Maps, Charts, and Illustrations- Excursuses of Biblical Topics- Reference Lists from the BibleIndexed terms are arranged so that: - Main headings are relevant-...
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Subjects and Themes: - Ancient Literature- Persons and Places in the Bible- Biblical Languages: Hebrew and Greek- Maps, Charts, and Illustrations- Excursuses of Biblical Topics- Reference Lists from the BibleIndexed terms are arranged so that: - Main headings are relevant- Cross-references guide readers to related areas of interest- Format is easy to scan- Scope encompasses names, places, and themes, plus Greek and Hebrew words in translation
The New Interpreter's Bible brings the best in contemporary biblical scholarship into the service of the church to enhance preaching, teaching, and study of the Scriptures. Nearly 100 writers have prepared an entirely new collection of writings-an insightful commentary designed specifically as a tool for everyone who studies, preaches, and teaches Scripture-especially pastors, Sunday school and Bible school teachers, and interested laypersons. KEY FEATURES: Easy-to-use format-detailed, critical Commentary and Reflections (a detailed exposition growing directly out of the Commentary) Coverage of the entire Bible in twelve volumes-including the Apocryphal/Deuterocanonical books New material specifically prepared to meet the needs of today's preachers, teachers, and students of the Bible The biblical text is divided into coherent and natural units The ecumenical roster of contributors includes top scholars and emerging new voices who draw upon a variety of approaches Numerous visual aids (illustrations, maps, charts, timelines) enhance understanding and ease of use Introductions to each biblical book cover essential historical, literary, sociocultural, and theological issues The full texts and critical notes of the New International Version(r) and the New Revised Standard Version of the Bible are presented in parallel columns for quick reference and comparison.
Continuing in the tradition established by its predecessors, the latest contribution to The New Interpreter's Bible offers unmatched excellence in contemporary critical scholarship. Top biblical scholars draw on current historical, archaeological, and sociological findings to provide a solid exposition of Scripture. Contributors include Fred Craddock, Emory University (Hebrews); Luke Timothy Johnson, Emory University (James); David Bartlett, Yale University (1 Peter); Duane Watson, Malone College (2 Peter, Jude); C. Clifton Black, Southern Methodist University (1, 2, & 3 John); and Christopher Rowland, Oxford University (Revelation).