Between the sparse information of one-volume commentaries and the information overload of scholarly and expensive multi-volume sets lies the Zondervan KJV Commentary. Expanding the award-winning notes of the Zondervan KJV Study Bible, this practical and richly informative resource delivers in two volumes all the essential information and practical insights of the study notes, and a whole lot more. Its features include: ● Expanded study notes from the bestselling Zondervan KJV Study Bible ● New material by top evangelical scholars ● The best in conservative scholarship from a wide range of denominations ● Penetrating verse-by-verse expositions shedding light on the meaning of Scripture ● Nontechnical and jargon free—no need to know Hebrew or Greek Thorough, balanced, convenient, and designed for accessibility, the Zondervan KJV Commentary is a resource you’ll reach for often. Available: Volume 1 (Old Testament), Volume 2 (New Testament), and complete set.
|Contributor(s)||Ed E. Hindson , Daniel R. Mitchell|
|About the Contributor(s)||Ed E. Hindson
Dr. Edward Hindson is the assistant chancellor and dean of the Institute of Biblical Studies at Liberty University in Virginia. He has authored twenty books and edited the Gold Medallion Award-winning Knowing Jesus Study Bible. He and his wife reside in Forest, Virginia.
Daniel R. Mitchell
Daniel R. Mitchell (ThM, STM, ThD) is dean and professor of Theological Studies at Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary, Lynchburg, Virginia. He is the author of commentaries on First and Second Corinthians (AMG Publishers), general editor of the King James Study Bible (Thomas Nelson), and consulting editor of the Zondervan KJV Study Bible. He and his wife reside in Forest, Virginia.
|Publish Date||Nov 23, 2010|