The NIGTC Series: New Aims for a New Era

The NIGTC Series: New Aims for a New Era

Authors write on the basis of a careful analysis of the primary texts, well-rounded knowledge of relevant contexts, and judicious consideration of secondary literature.

EXCERPT: Jesus in Jerusalem by Eckhard Schnabel

EXCERPT: Jesus in Jerusalem by Eckhard Schnabel

Eckhard J. Schnabel is the Mary F. Rockefeller Distinguished Professor of New Testament at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. He has published books in both German and English, including Paul the Missionary: Realities, Strategies and Methods and commentaries on Mark, Acts, Romans, and 1 Corinthians. * * * This is the first book to describe and analyze, […]

Off the Shelf: Reflections on Commentary Writing by Gordon D. Fee

Off the Shelf: Reflections on Commentary Writing by Gordon D. Fee

Today’s Off the Shelf selection features reflections from Gordon D. Fee on his universally acclaimed commentary The First Letter to the Corinthians (NICNT)

From the Blogossphere: Michael Bird Interviews Robert Yarbrough about the The Letters to Timothy and Titus (PNTC)

From the Blogossphere: Michael Bird Interviews Robert Yarbrough about the The Letters to Timothy and Titus (PNTC)

Michael Brid interviewed Robert Yarbrough on Euangelion about his new commentary The Letters to Timothy and Titus.

5 BIG Surprises in The Letters to Timothy and Titus with Robert Yarbrough

5 BIG Surprises in The Letters to Timothy and Titus with Robert Yarbrough

It’s always fascinating to see how many interpretations there can be of a passage that we all assume we understand.

Top 5 Critical Issues in Galatians with David A. deSilva

Top 5 Critical Issues in Galatians with David A. deSilva

So you’ve just written a 500-page commentary on Galatians.  What are the five most important questions you had to deal with?

Scot McKnight Discusses Philemon and Colossians with OnScript

Scot McKnight Discusses Philemon and Colossians with OnScript

Scot McKnight is back, bringing a cosmic Christological vision and wisdom about how the church should handle the topics of slavery and racial reconciliation.

Meet This Commentary: Habakkuk (THOTC)

Meet This Commentary: Habakkuk (THOTC)

This ancient book, then, has the capacity to speak to modern readers . . . if they will take the leap and listen to its words!