As in his other commentaries, Dr. Hiebert uses his knowledge of Greek to practical effect for pastors and Bible students. His expositional approach is well-suited for personal or public study. The author writes in a way that reflects James’ practicality.... [Read More]
As in his other commentaries, Dr. Hiebert uses his knowledge of Greek to practical effect for pastors and Bible students. His expositional approach is well-suited for personal or public study. The author writes in a way that reflects James’ practicality. He provides a bibliography for further reading.
369 pages, Paperback
About the Author
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 »
Of special interest in the books of Samuel is the personal touch of the historian under the inspiration of the Holy Spirit. This book is primarily concerned with the text of the books of Samuel and 1 Kings 1-11, which... [Read More]
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