. Meet the Commentary That 'Should Be in All Church Libraries'

Meet the Commentary That ‘Should Be in All Church Libraries’

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Christianity Today calls it “a roaring success.” 

Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society says, “It is the kind of commentary that should be in all church libraries as well as in homes of persons who care to understand the Bible beyond Americanized ideologies of self-oriented experience.” 

It’s the Expositor’s Bible Commentary volume on Matthew, Mark, and Luke.

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Authors D. A. Carson (Matthew), Walter W. Wessel (Mark), and Walter L. Liefield (Luke) offer:

  • Exposition, notes, and outlines
  • Introduction to authorship and historical issues
  • Detailed bibliography for further study 

See for yourself why the EBC has sold over two million copies and won the coveted Gold Medallion Award for exceptional Christian content. Get the volume on Matthew, Mark, and Luke today!

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