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From Eden to Babel: A Commentary on the Book of Genesis 1-11 by Donald E. Gowan1
Jeremiah 26-52: To Build, To Plant by Walter Brueggemann
To Pluck Up, to Tear Down: A Commentary on the Book of Jeremiah 1-25 (International Theological Commentary) by Walter Brueggemann
Abraham and All the Families of the Earth: A Commentary on the Book of Genesis 12-50 (International Theological Commentary) by J. Gerald Janzen2
ITC - Exodus: Go Out and Meet God (International Theological Commentary) by Mr. Godfrey W. Ashby3
Divine Presence and Community: A Commentary on the Book of Leviticus (International Theological Commentary) by Frank H. Gorman4
Journeying With God: A Commentary on the Book of Numbers (International Theological Commentary) by Katharine Doob Sakenfeld5
Word and Presence: A Commentary on the Book of Deuteronomy (International Theological Commentary) by Ian Cairns6
Inheriting the Land: A Commentary on the Book of Joshua by E. John Hamlin7
At Risk in the Promised Land: A Commentary on the Book of Judges (International Theological Commentary) by E. John Hamlin8
Surely There Is a Future: A Commentary on the Book of Ruth (International Theological Commentary) by E. John Hamlin9
Let Us Be Like the Nations: A Commentary on the Books of 1 and 2 Samuel (International Theological Commentary) by Gnana Robinson10
Nations Under God: A Commentary on the Book of 1 Kings (International Theological Commentary) by Gene Rice11
Israel Alive Again: A Commentary on the Books of Ezra and Nehemiah (International Theological Commentary) by Fredrick Carlson Holmgren12
Israel among the Nations: A Commentary on the Books of Nahum, Obadiah, and Esther (International Theological Commentary) by Richard J. Coggins13
Who Knows What Is Good? by Kathleen Anne Farmer15
Revelation of God: A Commentary on the Books of the Song of Songs and Jonah (International Theological Commentary) by George A. F. Knight16
The Lord Is Savior: Faith in National Crisis : A Commentary on the Book of Isaiah 1-39 (International Theological Commen by Samuel H. Widyapranawa17
ITC - Servant Theology: A Commentary on the Book of Isaiah 40-55 (International Theological Commentary) by George Angus Fulton Knight18
Isaiah 56-66: The New Israel (International Theological Commentary) by George A. F. Knight19
God's People in Crisis (International Theological Commentary) by Robt Martin-Achard20
A New Heart: A Commentary on the Book of Ezekiel (International Theological Commentary) by Bruce Vawter21
Signs and Wonders: A Commentary on the Book of Daniel (International Theological Commentary) by Robert A. Anderson22
Grace Abounding: A Commentary on the Book of Hosea - ITC (International Theological Commentary) by H. D. Beeby23
A Promise of Hope-A Call to Obedience: A Commentary on the Books of Joel and Malachi (International Theological Commentary) by Graham S. Ogden24
Justice and Loyalty: A Commentary on the Book of Micah (International Theological Commentary) by Juan I. Alfaro25
Wrath and Mercy: A Commentary on the Books of Habakkuk and Zephaniah (International Theological Commentary) by Maria Eszenyei Szeles26
Rebuilding with Hope: A Commentary on the Books of Haggai and Zechariah (International Theological Commentary) by Carroll Stuhlmueller27

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  1. ISG 15: Theology of the Old Testament (International Study Guides) by David Hinson (2001)
  2. The Communicator's Commentary: Genesis (Communicator's Commentary Ot) by D. Stuart Briscoe (1987)
  3. Old Testament Introduction 1 : History of Israel by David F. Hinson (1973)
  4. Leviticus by Samuel E. Balentine (2002)
  5. The New Bible Commentary by Donald Guthrie (1970)
  6. The Gospel of Mark: New International Commentary on the Greek Testament (New International Greek Testament Commentary) by R. T. France (2002)
  7. The Teacher's Bible Commentary by H. Franklin Paschall (1972)
  8. Thru the Bible Commentary, volume 03: Genesis, chapters 34 - 50 by J. Vernon McGee (1975)
  9. Holman Concise Bible Commentary by David S. Dockery (1998)
  10. A handbook on the book of Ruth by Jan de Waard (1973)
  11. Calvins Commentaries (22 Volume Set) by John Calvin (1979)
  12. Matthew Henry's Commentary on the Whole Bible: Complete and Unabridged in One Volume by Matthew Henry (1960)
  13. Formations Commentary: Romans-Revelation (Cecil Sherman Formations Commentary) by Cecil E. Sherman (2006)
  14. Isaiah 1-12: A Commentary (Old Testament Library) by Otto Kaiser (1970)
  15. Commentary Practical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible by Robert Jamieson (1873)

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Logos Bible Software's 27 volume International Theological Commentary.

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