Commentaries from a variety of scholars who reflect a stunning diversity in church tradition and hermeneutical approach.

Free from the systematic constraints of a series, authors of independent commentaries enjoy the unique opportunity to express their interpretations of the biblical text and its meaning in exactly the way they wish. As one might expect this empowers authors to take refreshing looks at Scripture and examine issues, events, characters, and difficult passages in ways not found elsewhere.  Eerdmans offers independent commentaries from a variety of scholars who reflect a stunningly broad diversity in church tradition and hermeneutical approach. Nonetheless, each contributor shares a passion for illuminating the meaning of Scripture with scholarly depth and clarity.


Available Volumes

 

 Eerdmans
Commentary
on the Bible
 Deuteronomy
(Lundbom)
 1 Samuel
(Chapman)
 Psalms as
Christian Worship
(Waltke/Houston/Moore)
 The Psalms as
Christian Lament
(Waltke/Houston/Moore)
 Job 1–21
(Seow)
 Isaiah (3 vols.)
(Young)
 Jeremiah
(Brueggemann)
 Micah
(Waltke)
 Stories with Intent
(Snodgrass)
 The Parables
of Jesus (Huntgren)
 Matthew
(Luz)
 Matthew
(Gundry)
 Matthew
(Bruner)
 Matthew
(Bruner)
 Mark
(Gundry)
 Mark
(Gundry)
 John
(Bruner)
 John
(Beutler)
 Jesus and His Own:
John 13–17 (Stevick)
 Acts in Its First Century
Setting, Vol. 1 (Winter/Clarke)
 Acts in Its First Century
Setting, Vol. 2 (Gill/Gempy)
 Acts in Its First Century
Setting, Vol. 3 (Kaspke)
 Acts in Its First Century
Setting, Vol. 4 (Bauckham)
 Acts in Its First Century
Setting, Vol. 5 (Levinskaya)
 The Acts of the
Apostles (Dunn)
 Paul’s Letter to
the Romans (Hultgren)
 1 Corinthians
(Thiselton)
 Revelation
(Beale)
 A Commentary on the
Apocalypse of John (Lupieri)

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