This commentary’s wide application of the original Greek and the author’s confident use of other commentaries and studies make this a handy tool for pastors and other church leaders. Yet, this work is not so exhaustive that the layman cannot... [Read More]
This commentary’s wide application of the original Greek and the author’s confident use of other commentaries and studies make this a handy tool for pastors and other church leaders. Yet, this work is not so exhaustive that the layman cannot benefit from it.
D. Edmond Hiebert D. Edmond Hiebert (1928-1995) was professor emeritus of New Testament at Mennonite Brethren Biblical Seminary in Fresno, Calif. He wrote widely on the New Testament, including 1 and 2 Timothy and Titus and Philemon in Everyman’s Bible... More »
Studies in Ephesians The twelve chapters of this commentary in The Kent Collection help the reader with the question every generation faces: “What does church mean?” The scriptural concept of election, inspiring teachings on the doctrine and duties of the... [Read More]
Dr. Hiebert reaches both scholar and layperson with this accurate but understandable application of Greek and the addition of a detailed bibliography for further study. Summing up this letter, he observes, “First Peter is preeminently an epistle of triumphant faith... [Read More]
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