Series: Mentor Commentary

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1st and 2nd Chronicles (The Mentor Commentary) by Richard Pratt
Amos by Gary V. Smith
A commentary on the Gospel accoring to Matthew / by Knox Chamblin by Knox Chamblin
Exodus: A Mentor Commentary by John L. Mackay
Ezra/Nehemiah: A Mentor Commentary (A Mentor Commenatary) by Tiberius Rata
Galatians: A Mentor Commentary by David McWilliams
Jeremiah Vol.1 by John L. Mackay
Jeremiah Vol.2 by John L. Mackay
Joel and Obadiah by Busenitz Irvin
Lamentations: A Mentor Commentary by John L. Mackay
Philippians: A Mentor Commentary by Matthew Harmon
Proverbs: A Mentor Commentary by John Kitchen
Psalms Volume 1 (Psalms 1-72): A Mentor Commentary by Allan Harman
Psalms Volume 2: A Mentor Commentary Volume 2 Psalms 73-150 (Big Box, Little Box) by Allan Harman

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  1. Exodus, Volume 1: Chapters 1-18 (An EP Study Commentary) by John D. Currid (2000)
  2. 1 Kings: The Wisdom and the Folly (Focus on the BIble) by Dale Ralph Davis (2002)
  3. Heavenly Wisdom: Proverbs Simply Explained (Welwyn Commentary Series) by Gary Brady (2003)
  4. Jeremiah a Commentary by Charles Lee Feinberg (1982)
  5. Jeremiah : a commentary by Robert R. Carroll (1986)
  6. Jeremiah and Lamentations (Everyman's Bible Commentary) by Irving L. Jensen (1966)
  7. Esther and Ruth (Reformed Expository Commentary) by Iain M. Duguid (2005)
  8. The Epistle to the Romans (New International Greek Testament Commentary (NIGTC)) by Richard N. Longenecker (2016)
  9. Liturgy of Grief, A by Leslie C. Allen (2011)
  10. Romans: A New Covenant Commentary (New Covenant Commentary Series, No. 6) by Craig S. Keener (2005)
  11. The Stone and the Glory: Lessons on the Temple Presence and the Glory of God by Greg Harris (2010)
  12. Galatians: A Continental Commentary (Continental Commentaries) by Dieter Lührmann (1992)
  13. Jeremiah and Lamentations: From Sorrow to Hope by Philip Graham Ryken (2001)
  14. Holman Old Testament Commentary - Jeremiah, Lamentations by Ross H. McLaren (2006)
  15. Joshua: No Falling Words (Focus on the Bible) by Dale Davis Ralph (1988)

Series description

The Mentor commentary series maintains a conservative theological tradition whilst interacting with modern theologians from other backgrounds.


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