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Lectio Continua commentary seriesFrom the publisher:

“The greatest need of the church today is the recovery of sound biblical preaching that faithfully explains and applies the text, courageously confronts sin, and boldly trumpets forth sovereign majesty, law, and the promises of God.

It is for this reason that the Lectio Continua Expository Commentary on the New Testament is being written. It is authored by an array of seasoned pastor-scholars from various Reformed denominations on both sides of the Atlantic.

The Lectio Continua series Testament is not meant to be an academic or highly technical series. Rather, the aim is to provide lectio continua sermons which clearly and faithfully communicate the context, meaning, gravity and application of God’s inerrant Word. Each volume of expositions aspires to be redemptive-historical, covenantal, Reformed and confessional, trinitarian, person-and-work-of-Christ-centered, and teeming with practical application. Therefore, the series will be a profound blessing to every Christian believer who longs to “grow in the grace and knowledge of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ” (II Peter 3:18).”

Interviews from the Lectio Continua series on Best Bible Commentaries

J.V. Fesko on Romans:

“Any time I pick up one of Paul’s letters he constantly reminds me about the wedding of theology and piety. The distinction between the gospel indicatives (who we are in Christ), which stand out prominently in Romans 1-11 have an unbreakable link with the gospel imperatives (how we are to live) in Romans 12-16. The gospel of Christ leads Christians to live holy and consecrated lives. I pray that in my own life, my own study of Romans has fueled my zeal and devotion to Christ so that I revel in the indicatives and live out the imperatives with all my heart, soul, mind, and strength.”

Also see: David McWilliams’ on Hebrews

Volumes in the Lectio Continua Series

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Romans – J. V. Fesko

First Corinthians – Kim Riddlebarger and Jon D. Payne

Galatians – J.V. Fesko and Jon D. Payne

Ephesians – Ian Hamilton and Joel R. Beeke;Jon D. Payne

Hebrews – David B. McWilliams and Jon D. Payne

Revelation – Joel R. Beeke and Jon D Payne