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Series: The Expositor's Bible Commentary

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The Expositor's Bible commentary : with the New international version of the Holy Bible : Romans - Galatians by J. D. Douglas
The Expositor's Bible commentary : with the New International Version of the Holy Bible : Daniel - Minor Prophets by Dick. Polcyn
The Expositor's Bible Commentary, volume 10: Romans through Galatians by Frank E. Gaebelein
The Expositor's Bible Commentary, volume 1: Introductory Articles by Frank E. Gaebelein
The Expositor's Bible Commentary, volume 2: Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers by Frank E. Gaebelein
The Expositor's Bible Commentary, volume 3: Deuteronomy, Joshua, Judges, Ruth, 1 & 2 Samuel by Frank E. Gaebelein
The Expositor's Bible Commentary, volume 4: 1 & 2 Kings, 1 & 2 Chronicles, Ezra, Nehemiah, Esther, Job by Frank E. Gaebelein
The Expositor's Bible Commentary, volume 8: Matthew, Mark, Luke by Frank E. Gaebelein
The Expositor's Bible Commentary, volume 9: John, Acts by Frank E. Gaebelein
The Expositor's Bible Commentary, volume 5: Psalms, Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, Song of Songs by Frank E. Gaebelein5
The Expositor's Bible Commentary, Volume 6: Isaiah, Jeremiah, Lamentations, Ezekiel by Frank E. Gaebelein6
The Expositor's Bible Commentary, Volume 7: Daniel and the Minor Prophets by Frank E. Gaebelein7
The Expositor's Bible Commentary, Volume 11 by Frank E. Gaebelein11
The Expositor's Bible Commentary, volume 12: Hebrews, James, 1, 2 Peter, 1, 2, 3 John, Jude, Revelation by Frank E. Gaebelein12
Expositor's Bible Commentary - 7 Volume Old Testament Set by Frank E. GaebeleinOld Testament Set
Expositor's Bible Commentary - 5 Volume New Testament Set by Frank E. GaebeleinNew Testament Set
The Expositor's Bible commentary [12-volume complete set] by Frank E. GaebeleinComplete Set
The Expositor's Bible Commentary - Matthew, Volume 1 by D. A. CarsonMatthew 1-12
The Expositor's Bible Commentary - Matthew, Volume 2 by D. A. CarsonMatthew 13-28
The Expositor's Bible Commentary - Luke by D. A. CarsonLuke
The Expositor's Bible Commentary - John by Merrill C. TenneyJohn
The Expositor's Bible Commentary - Acts by Richard N. LongeneckerActs
The Expositor's Bible Commentary - Romans by Everett F. HarrisonRomans
The Expositor's Bible Commentary - Revelation by Alan F. JohnsonRevelation

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For more than 20 years, the EBC has been widely recognized by preachers, teachers, and laypeople as one of the best commentaries available.

Each Bible book features an insightful introduction, detailed outline, penetrating theological and critical exposition, and useful bibliography. Notes on textual difficulties are kept separate and all Hebrew and Greek is transliterated. This commentary uses the New International Version for its text, but freely refers to other translations and the original languages.

Evangelical contributors include:

Volume 1: Introductory Articles: General, Old Testament, New Testament

Volume 2: Genesis: John H. Sailhamer; Exodus: Walter C. Kaiser Jr. ; Leviticus: R. Laird Harris; Numbers: Ronald B. Allen

Volume 3: Deuteronomy: Earl S. Kalland; Joshua: Donald H. Madvig; Judges: Herbert Wolf; Ruth: F. B. Huey Jr.; ; 1, 2 Samuel: Ronald F. Youngblood

Volume 4: 1, 2 Kings: Richard D. Patterson and Hermann J. Austel; 1, 2 Chronicles: J. Barton Payne; Ezra, Nehemiah: Edwin Yamauchi; Esther: F. B. Huey Jr. ; Job: Elmer B. Smick

Volume 5: Psalms: Willem A. VanGemeren; Proverbs: Allen P. Ross; Ecclesiastes: J. Stafford Wright; Song of Songs: Dennis F. Kinlaw

Volume 6: Isaiah: Geoffrey W. Grogan; Jeremiah: Charles L. Feinberg; Lamentations: H. L. Ellison; Ezekiel: Ralph H. Alexander

Volume 7: Daniel: Gleason L. Archer Jr.; Hosea: Leon J. Wood ;Joel: Richard D. Patterson; Amos: Thomas E. McComiskey; Obadiah: Carl E. Armerding; Jonah: H. L. Ellison; Micah: Thomas E. McComiskey; Nahum, Habakkuk: Carl E. Armerding; Zephaniah: Larry Walker; Haggai: Robert L. Alden; Zechariah: Kenneth L. Barker; Malachi: Robert L. Alden

Volume 8: Matthew: D. A. Carson; Mark: Walter W. Wessel; Luke: Walter L. Liefeld

Volume 9: John: Merrill C. Tenney; Acts: Richard N. Longenecker

Volume 10: Romans: Everett F. Harrison; 1 Corinthians: W. Harold Mare; 2 Corinthians: Murray J. Harris; Galatians: James Montgomery Boice

Volume 11: Ephesians: A. Skevington Wood; Philippians: Homer A. Kent Jr.; Colossians: Curtis Vaughan; 1, 2 Thessalonians: Robert L. Thomas; 1, 2 Timothy: Ralph Earle; Titus: D. Edmond Hiebert; Philemon: Arthur A. Rupprecht

Volume 12: Hebrews: Leon Morris; James: Donald W. Burdick; 1, 2 Peter: Edwin A Blum; 1,2, 3 John: Glenn W. Barker; Jude: Edwin A. Blum; Revelation: Alan F. Johnson

There are also abridged volumes available as well as each book of the Bible covered has been published as its own volume.

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Also avoid publisher series, unless the publisher has a true monopoly over the "works" in question. So, the Dummies guides are a series of works. But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works.

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