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by George Arthur Buttrick




Complete, understandable commentary includes: double text with RSV and KJV in parallel columns; exegesis, clarification of text meaning; exposition, application of text to today's needs; introductions with summaries of each book; general articles, indexes, maps, more! Abingdon.
Download The Interpreter's Bible, Vol. 6: Lamentations, Ezekiel, Daniel, Twelve Prophets epub
ISBN: 0687192129
ISBN13: 978-0687192120
Category: Bibles
Subcategory: Bible Study & Reference
Author: George Arthur Buttrick
Language: English
Publisher: Abingdon Press (January 1, 1955)
Pages: 1144 pages
ePUB size: 1604 kb
FB2 size: 1971 kb
Rating: 4.4
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Yozshubei
This is an excellent commentary set. It is a bit technical, but it is just what a serious bible student, pastor or lay minister needs..It helps with the culture, background and setting. Vital information for understanding scripture. This is the old version but it is just a priceless as the new addition. Really on minor cosmetic changes have been made.... The fonts and type set are good but not great. My go to resource.
Cerana
Wonderful view of what experts think, even if it is and older book. Much has changed in the last ten years on how they view science and religion. But with that being said, it is worth the research material. Thank you.
Hǻrley Quinn
This volume met my expectations as it was in great shape and it was delivered on time! Thank you!
Hulis
We had an incomplete set of these volumes lacking just two. It was very inexpensive to complete the set by ordering loose specific volumes, which were out of print.
Terr
This volume of the Interpreter’s Bible, volume 6, focuses on the biblical books of Lamentations, Ezekiel, Daniel, and The Twelve Prophets. The Interpreter’s Bible (TIB) calls itself “Christendom’s Most Comprehensive Commentary.” I am Jewish, but I still use the TIB to find out how others interpret biblical books. And by “others” I do not mean Christians, but well-educated scholars, no matter what their religion.
Unfortunately, TIB often seeks to find fault in ancient, pre-Christian Jewish history, practices, and thinking and thereby falls into the same insensitive, closed-minded mindset that it attributes to the ancient Israelites. This quasi-moralistic approach aside, the two translations in TIB and the commentary of the two that are given that addresses the text without moral interpretations is very good, while the commentary that focuses on morality, as I wrote, is faulty.