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Commentaries for Biblical Expositors
by Jim Rosscup
Annotated Bibliography of over 1000 Old and New Testament Commentaries--and ranking in three categories: Detailed Exegetical; Expositional; Devotional.
Paperback, 351 pages
Published December 1st 2003 by Kress Christian Publications
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Basically it's a goodreads type book (reviews, ratings, recommendations) for Biblical commentaries.
Commentaries are helpful tools to use in finding the historical/political/social/cultural context of books in the Bible. They provide the necessary insight that first-century (or BC for the OT) listeners would already know. Rosscup's COMMENTARIES FOR BIBLICAL EXPOSITORS is a commentary on commentaries. It tells you what you can expect from a particular title (or series) of commentary before you are ...more