Series: Holman Old Testament Commentary Series

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Holman Old Testament Commentary - Genesis by Stephen J. Bramer1
Holman Old Testament Commentary Volume 10 - Job by Max Anders
Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers by Glen Martin2
Deuteronomy (Holman Old Testament Commentary, 3) by Doug McIntosh3
Holman Old Testament Commentary - Joshua by Kenneth Gangel4
Holman Old Testament Commentary - Judges, Ruth by W. Gary Phillips5
1, 2 Samuel: Holman Old Testament Commentary, Volume Six by Stephen J. Andrews6
Holman Old Testament Commentary - 1 & 2 Kings by Gary Inrig7
Holman Old Testament Commentary - 1st & 2nd Chronicles by Winfried Corduan8
Holman Old Testament Commentary - Ezra, Nehemiah, Esther by Kathy Dahlen9
Holman Old Testament Commentary Volume 10 - Job by Steven Lawson10
Holman Old Testament Commentary - Psalms by Steven Lawson11
Holman Old Testament Commentary - Psalms: 11 by Max Anders11
Holman Old Testament Commentary - Psalms 76-150 by Steven Lawson12
Holman Old Testament Commentary - Proverbs by Max Anders13
Ecclesiastes, Songs of Songs (Holman Old Testament Commentary, Vol. 14) by David G. Moore14
Holman Old Testament Commentary - Isaiah by Trent Butler15
Holman Old Testament Commentary - Jeremiah, Lamentations by Ross H. McLaren16
Holman Old Testament Commentary - Ezekiel by Mark Rooker17
Holman Old Testament Commentary - Daniel by Kenneth Gangel18
Holman Old Testament Commentary - Hosea, Joel, Amos, Obadiah, Jonah, Micah by Trent Butler19
Holman Old Testament Commenatry - Nahum-Malachi (Holman Old Testament Commentary) by Stephen B. Miller20

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  1. Holman New Testament Commentary - Mark by Rodney L. Cooper (2000)
  2. Word Biblical Commentary, Volume 18B: Job 38-42 by David J. A. Clines (2011)
  3. The MacArthur New Testament Commentary: Acts 1–12 by John MacArthur (1994)
  4. Ecclesiastes & the Song of Songs (Apollos Old Testament Commentary) by Daniel C. Fredericks (2010)
  5. Joshua, Judges, Ruth, 1 and 2 Samuel (Zondervan Illustrated Bible Backgrounds Commentary) by John H. Walton (2009)
  6. John 1-11 by Gerald L. Borchert (1996)
  7. Holman Old Testament Commentary - 1 & 2 Kings by Max Anders (2003)
  8. The Preacher's Commentary Vol. 2- Exodus by Maxie D. Dunnam (1987)
  9. Leviticus and Numbers (Westminster Bible Companion) by Richard N. Boyce (2008)
  10. Proverbs & Ecclesiastes (Brazos Theological Commentary on the Bible) by Daniel J. Treier (2011)
  11. New International Biblical Commentary: Joshua, Judges, Ruth by J. Gordon Harris (1995)
  12. Leviticus: A Mentor Commentary by Robert Vasholz (2007)
  13. Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, Song of Songs (New International Biblical Commentary) by Roland E. Murphy (1995)
  14. Isaiah, Jeremiah, Lamentations, Ezekiel, Daniel (Zondervan Illustrated Bible Backgrounds Commentary) by John H. Walton (2009)
  15. Psalms: An Expositional Commentary, volume 1 by James Montgomery Boice (1994)

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