Free Commentaries by Actual Scholars!

by Aug 27, 2008Uncategorized


I picked up this free commentary within minutes of its release, but I neglected to tell you… Please forgive me!

It looks like a slightly beefed up BKC, or maybe a slightly beefed down EBC. Looks, in fact, like a Tyndale series commentary (some of which, especially in the OT, are fantastic no matter what level of scholarship you’re working on).

Bock, of course, is someone whose work in the Gospels I have come very much to appreciate (see his blog and this two-volume Luke commentary). He’s a public face for sound evangelical scholarship. I’m not familiar with Turner, however.

HT: Phil Gons

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