Make Bible study a part of your daily life with the thorough, yet easy-to-use, Believer's Bible Commentary. William MacDonald tackles the controversial issues head-on, taking a theologically conservative stand, yet presenting alternate views with fairness. The Believer's Bible Commentary is a friendly guide to exploring the deeper meanings of every biblical book. This new edition includes 14 pages of 4-color maps of the Holy Land and other study helps.
- Nelson's best-selling Bible commentary
- Balanced approach to linguistic studies and useful application
- Easy to understand
- 14 pages of 4-color maps
- Use with any Bible translation
- Best used with the New King James version of the Bible. The New King James keeps the style and accuracy of the King James but has up-to-date English.
|Contributor(s)||William MacDonald , Arthur L. Farstad|
|About the Contributor(s)||William MacDonald
William MacDonald is best remembered as the longtime president of Emmaus Bible College, teacher, Plymouth Brethren theologian and a prolific author of more than 84 books. Born in Massachusetts in 1917, MacDonald graduated from Tufts College in 1938 and received an MBA from Harvard Business School in 1940. He worked as a bank investment analyst, then served in the Navy. After World War II he joined the faculty of Emmaus Bible College, becoming president in 1959. Leaving the college in 1965, he led a global Bible teaching ministry and served on the faculty of Discipleship Intern Training Program from 1973 until 1996. He remained in Bible teaching ministry until his death in December of 2007.
Arthur L. Farstad
Arthur L. Farstad served as the Executive Editor of the New King James translation of the Bible. Dr. Farstad was a well-respected Greek scholar and theologian having taught at Dallas Theological Seminary in Greek studies. In addition to the NKJV, he served at consulting editor for the New Scofield Study Bible and co-editor of The New Greek Testament According to the Majority Text and served as Editor for the Journal of the Grace Evangelical Society. Dr. Farstad went to be with our Lord in 1998.
|Publish Date||Apr 5, 2016|