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Series: Ancient Christian Commentary on Scripture

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Reading Scripture With the Church Fathers by Christopher A. HallIntroduction
Genesis 1-11 by Andrew LouthOld Testament I
Genesis 12-50 by Mark SheridanOld Testament II
Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, Deuteronomy (Ancient Christian Commentary on Scripture: Old Testament, Volume III) by Joseph T. LienhardOld Testament III
Joshua, Judges, Ruth, 1-2 Samuel (Ancient Christian Commentary on Scripture) by John R. FrankeOld Testament IV
1-2 Kings, 1-2 Chronicles, Ezra, Nehemiah, Esther (Ancient Christian Commentary on Scripture) by Marco ContiOld Testament V
Job by Manlio SimonettiOld Testament VI
Psalms 1-50 (Ancient Christian Commentary on Scripture) by Craig A. BlaisingOld Testament VII
Psalms 51-150 (Ancient Christian Commentary on Scripture) by Quentin F. WesselschmidtOld Testament VIII
Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, Song of Solomon by J. Robert WrightOld Testament IX
Isaiah 1-39 (Ancient Christian Commentary on Scripture: Old Testament, Volume X) by Steven A. McKinionOld Testament X
Isaiah 40-66 (Ancient Christian Commentary on Scripture) by Mark W. ElliottOld Testament XI
Jeremiah, Lamentations (Ancient Christian Commentary on Scripture) by Dean O. WentheOld Testament XII
Ezekiel, Daniel by Kenneth StevensonOld Testament XIII
The Twelve Prophets (Ancient Christian Commentary on Scripture: Old Testament, Volume XIV) by Alberto FerreiroOld Testament XIV
Apocrypha (Ancient Christian Commentary on Scripture) by Sever J. VoicuOld Testament XV
Matthew 1-13 by Manlio SimonettiNew Testament Ia
Matthew 14-28 (Ancient Christian Commentary on Scripture) by Manlio SimonettiNew Testament Ib
Mark by Thomas C. OdenNew Testament II
Luke by Arthur Just Jr.New Testament III
John 1-10 by Joel C. ElowskyNew Testament IVa
John 11-21 by Joel C. ElowskyNew Testament IVb
Acts by Francis MartinNew Testament V
Romans by Gerald BrayNew Testament VI
1-2 Corinthians by Gerald Lewis BrayNew Testament VII
Galatians, Ephesians, Philippians by Mark J. EdwardsNew Testament VIII
Colossians, 1-2 Thessalonians, 1-2 Timothy, Titus, Philemon (Ancient Christian Commentary on Scripture) by Peter GordayNew Testament IX
Hebrews by Erik M. HeenNew Testament X
James, 1-2 Peter, 1-3 John, Jude (Ancient Christian Commentary on Scripture: New Testament, Volume XI) by Gerald L. BrayNew Testament XI
Revelation by William C. WeinrichNew Testament XII

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