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TitlesOrder
Old Testament Introduction by Mark Mangano1
Genesis: Volume 1 by Paul J. Kissling2
Genesis: Volume 2 by Paul J. Kissling3
Exodus by Randall C. Bailey4
Leviticus & Numbers by Clyde M. Woods5
Deuteronomy by Gary Harlan Hall6
Joshua by Mark S. Ziese7
Judges & Ruth by Rob Fleenor8
1 & 2 Samuel by James E. Smith9
1 & 2 Kings by Jesse C. Long10
1 & 2 Chronicles by John Mark Hicks11
Ezra-Nehemiah by Keith N. Schoville12
Esther & Daniel by Mark Mangano13
Job by Stephen M. Hooks14
Psalms: Volume 1 by S. Edward Tesh15
Psalms: Volume 2 by Walter D. Zorn16
Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, & Song of Songs by Dave Bland17
Isaiah: Volume 1 by Terry R. Briley18
Isaiah: Volume 2 by Terry R. Briley19
Jeremiah-Lamentations by Timothy M. Willis20
Ezekiel by Brandon Fredenburg21
Minor Prophets: Volume 1 (Hosea-Micah) by Harold Shank22
Minor Prophets: Volume 2 (Nahum-Malachi) by Mark Allen Hahlen23
New Testament Introduction by David A. Fiensy24
Matthew by Larry Chouinard25
Mark by Allen Black26
Luke by Mark C. Black27
John by Beauford H. Bryant28
Acts by Dennis Gaertner29
Romans: Volume 1 by Jack Cottrell30
Romans: Volume 2 by Jack W. Cottrell31
1 Corinthians by Richard E. Oster32
2 Corinthians by William R. Baker33
Galatians & Ephesians by Kenneth L. Boles34
Philippians, Colossians, & Philemon by Anthony Lee Ash35
1 & 2 Thessalonians by Jon A. Weatherly36
1, 2 Timothy & Titus by C. Michael Moss37
Hebrews by James R. Girdwood38
James & Jude by Gary Holloway39
1 & 2 Peter by Allen Black40
1, 2 & 3 John by Morris M. Womack41
Revelation by Christopher A. Davis42

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Recommendations

  1. The Pentateuch (Old Testament Survey) by James E. Smith (1996)
  2. The NIV Application Commentary Ezekiel by Iain M. Duguid (1999)
  3. Zondervan Illustrated Bible Backgrounds Commentary, Volume 1: Matthew, Mark, Luke by Clinton E. Arnold (2002)
  4. Daniel by Stephen R. Miller (1994)
  5. Ezra and Nehemiah (Tyndale Old Testament Commentaries) by Derek Kidner (1979)
  6. The Book of Genesis : Chapters 1-17 by Victor P. Hamilton (1990)
  7. The Expositor's Bible Commentary, volume 2: Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers by Frank E. Gaebelein (1990)
  8. Word Biblical Commentary, Volume 21: Psalms 101-150 by Leslie C. Allen (1983)
  9. ITC - Exodus: Go Out and Meet God (International Theological Commentary) by Mr. Godfrey W. Ashby (1980)
  10. New Testament Introduction by Donald Guthrie (1970)
  11. New Testament Commentary: Exposition of the Epistle to the Hebrews by Simon J. Kistemaker (1984)
  12. 2 Corinthians (IVP New Testament Commentary Series) by Linda L. Belleville (1996)
  13. Comentario de las Epistolas a 1ra. y 2da. de Timoteo y Tito by Gordon D. Fee (1984)
  14. WBC-Colossians, Ephesians 1 and 2 Timothy and Titus by Lewis R. Donelson (1996)
  15. Commentary on the First Epistle to the Corinthians by Charles Hodge (1950)

Series description

Years ago a movement was begun with the dream of uniting all Christians on the basis on a common purpose (world evangelism) under a common authority (The Word of God). The College Press NIV Commentary Series is a serious effort to join the scholarship of two branches of this unity movement so as to speak with one voice concerning the Word of God. Our desire is to provide a resource for your study of the New Testament that will benefit you whether you are preparing a Bible School lesson, a sermon, a college course, or your own personal devotions. Today as we survey the wreckage of a broken world, we must turn again to the Lord and his Word, unite under his banner and communicate the life-giving message to those who are in desperate need. This is our purpose.

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