In the Eerdmans New Testament Commentaries Collection (4 vols), four leading New Testament scholars use a variety of study and investigative methods to dig deeper into Scripture:
- Introducing Romans: Critical Issues in Paul’s Most Famous Letter, by Richard Longenecker, looks at the background of Romans by examining several critical issues like purpose, recent interpretive approaches, setting, and structure.
- In Paul’s Letter to the Romans: A Commentary, author Arland Hultegren gives a verse by verse commentary bringing attention to many interesting features in the epistle.
- The Gospel of John: A Commentary, by Frederick Dale Bruner, weaves together commentary from church giants like Luther, Calvin, and Augustine—then provides insight and application useful for today’s reader.
- In The Letter to the Galatians, editor and translator Ian Christopher Levy gathered six medieval commentaries on Galatians that were previously not available in English, translated them, and added comprehensive introductions.
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