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College Press NIV Commentary Series is formatted with a verse-by-verse explanation of the text. It was developed for both the scholar and the average Bible student. The College Press NIV Commentary Series is the only full commentary set in print from the Restoration Movement. Each volume (41 volumes for the Old & New Testament) contains the following helpful features:
- Biblically sound exegesis
- Clear exposition
- Objective approach
- Concise introduction
- New International Version of the Bible
- Key word translation
- Easy to use design format
- Practical footnotes
- And more!
Psalms Volume 2:
Psalms is a book not only to read but to meditate upon. Taking refuge in Yahweh as the true King is the answer to the renewed hopes of the people of God. Each psalm has its own "personality."
In contrast to the first volume of this series, volume two will keep the entire framework of the Psalter in mind as each psalm is studied. The Psalms should never be read simply as individual psalms, neglecting the context of the whole.
The New Testament authors used the Psalms extensively as a source for teaching about God's reign through Jesus, his Messiah. There are aspects of his kingdom that we will not realize until the second coming of our King. Until then, we will continue to marvel at God's reign over us in the past as well as in the present and future. This commentary introduces each psalm, giving the reader an idea of its origins, setting, date, and structure before beginning a verse-by-verse exegesis of the text. When it seems helpful, attention is sometimes given to the particular psalm's relationship to others around it and its canonical placement.
Psalms Volume 2 has 542 pages.
About the Author:
Walter D. Zorn, PhD, received his undergraduate degree from Atlanta Christian College, and majored in Semitic Languages and Literature at Lincoln Christian Seminary where he received his MDiv Zorn continued his post-graduate studies at Michigan State University, writing a dissertation entitled, "Mark and the Samaritans." Walter Zorn served as Professor of Bible and Biblical Languages at Great Lakes Christian College from 1976-1988. Since 1988 he has been associated with Lincoln Christian College and Seminary, serving as Academic Dean (1988-1993) and is presently professor of Old Testament and Biblical Languages. He has written articles for Integrity, Christian Standard, Stone-Campbell Journal, and word studies in the revised International Standard Bible Encyclopedia (volume 4).
About the Editors:
Terry Briley, PhD, is professor of Bible at Lipscomb University, Nashville, Tennessee, since 1986 and serves as Dean of the College of Bible and Ministry. Terry Briley received the BA from David Lipscomb College (now Lipscomb University), then a MPhil and PhD from Hebrew Union College, Cincinnati, Ohio. In addition to teaching at Lipscomb University, he is the Senior Minister at Natchez Trace Church of Christ and leads an annual summer mission trip to Brazil.
Paul J. Kissling, PhD, is professor of Old Testament and Biblical Languages and Area Chair in Bible/Theology at Great Lakes Christian College, Lansing, Michigan. He is an elder at Meridian Christian Church in Okemos. Paul Kissling received the Bachelor's degree form Great Lakes Christian College, the MDiv, from Lincoln Christian Seminary, the ThM, from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, and the PhD from the University of Sheffield (England). Paul has taught and preached in over 15 countries and serves as Old Testament specialist on the Board of the Stone-Campbell Journal.
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