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Series: Interpretation, a Bible Commentary for Teaching and Preaching

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TitlesOrder
Genesis by Walter Brueggemann1
Exodus by Terence E. Fretheim2
Leviticus by Samuel E. Balentine3
Numbers by Dennis T. Olson4
Deuteronomy by Patrick D. Miller5
Joshua by Jerome F. D. Creach6
Judges by J. Clinton McCann7
Judges: Interpretation: A Bible Commentary for Teaching and Preaching by J. Clinton McCann Jr. (2003-01-31) by J. Clinton McCann Jr.7
Ruth by Katharine Doob Sakenfeld8
First and Second Samuel by Walter Brueggemann9
First and Second Kings by Richard D. Nelson10
First and Second Chronicles by Steven Shawn Tuell11
Ezra-Nehemiah by Mark A. Throntveit12
Esther by Carol M. Bechtel13
Job by J. Gerald Janzen14
Psalms by James Luther Mays15
Proverbs by Leo G. Perdue16
Ecclesiastes by William P. Brown17
Song of Songs by Robert W. Jenson18
Isaiah 1-39 by Christopher R. Seitz19
Isaiah 40-66 by Paul D. Hanson20
Jeremiah by R. E. Clements21
Lamentations by F. W. Dobbs-Allsopp22
Ezekiel by Joseph Blenkinsopp23
Daniel by W. Sibley Towner24
Hosea-Micah by James Limburg25
Nahum-Malachi by Elizabeth Achtemeier26
Matthew by Douglas R. A. Hare27
Mark by Lamar Williamson28
Luke by Fred B. Craddock29
John by Gerard S. Sloyan30
Acts by William H. Willimon31
Romans by Paul J. Achtemeier32
First Corinthians by Richard B. Hays33
Second Corinthians by Ernest Best34
Galatians by Charles B. Cousar35
Ephesians, Colossians, and Philemon by Ralph P. Martin36
Philippians by Fred B. Craddock37
First and Second Thessalonians by Beverly Roberts Gaventa38
First and Second Timothy and Titus by Thomas C. Oden39
Hebrews by Thomas G. Long40
First and Second Peter, James, and Jude by Pheme Perkins41
First, Second, and Third John by D. Moody Smith42
Revelation by M. Eugene Boring43

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Recommendations

  1. The New Interpreter's Bible, Vol. 1: General Articles on the Bible; General Articles on the Old Testament; Genesis; Exodus; Leviticus by Walter Brueggemann (1994)
  2. The Gospel According to John I-XII (Anchor Bible Series, Vol. 29) by Raymond E. Brown (1966)
  3. Word Biblical Commentary, Volume 33A: Matthew 1-13 by Donald A. Hagner (1993)
  4. The Message of the Psalms: A Theological Commentary by Walter Brueggemann (1984)
  5. Genesis: A Commentary by Gerhard von Rad (1956)
  6. Exploring the Old Testament: A Guide to the Prophets by Gordon Mcconville (1602)
  7. Theology Of The Old Testament: Testimony, Dispute, Advocacy by Walter Brueggemann (1997)
  8. Paul and His Letters by Leander E. Keck (1974)
  9. Theology of the Prophetic Books: The Death and Resurrection of Israel by Donald E. Gowan (1998)
  10. 1 Chronicles: An Introduction and Commentary (The Tyndale Old Testament Commentaries) by Martin J. Selman (1994)
  11. Mark for Everyone by Tom Wright (2001)
  12. Interpreting the Synoptic Gospels (Guides to New Testament Exegesis) by Scot McKnight (1988)
  13. First and Second Peter and Jude (Westminster Bible Companion) by Fred B. Craddock (1995)
  14. The Tree of Life: An Exploration of Biblical Wisdom Literature by Roland E. Murphy (1990)
  15. An Introduction to the Old Testament Prophetic Books by C. Hassell Bullock (1986)

Series description

This series is planned and written with the preacher and teacher in mind. It offers a full interpretation of the biblical text, combining historical scholarship and theological purpose. It brings an understanding of what the text says into dialogue with the questions of contemporary life and faith. Edited by James L. Mays, with Patrick D. Miller as Old Testament editor and Paul J. Achtemeier as New Testament editor. All editors have taught at Union Theological Seminary at Richmond, Virginia.

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