F.F. Bruce is the editor of the Zondervan Bible Commentary.
It is considered one of the best one-volume whole bible commentaries available today.
This commentary is the re-branded edition of the volume titled, the New International Bible Commentary.
The new iteration — the Zondervan Bible Commentary — incorporates full-color pictures, maps, and timelines to help the reader understand the text.
43 bible scholars contributed to this commentary.
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Hardcover: 1,696 pages
Publisher: Zondervan Academic; Illustrated edition (2008)
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The Zondervan Bible Commentary takes its award-winning predecessor, the New International Bible Commentary, and weaves in rich, full-color images and other new features to make it the finest one-volume commentary of its kind.
Featuring the insights of forty-three world-class scholars, this convenient, information-packed volume unlocks the meaning and message of every book of the Bible to help you gain a deeper, life-changing understanding of the Scriptures.
- A wealth of full-color photographs, maps, charts, and timelines
- Commentaries by foremost scholars help you grasp the meanings of Bible passages and the significance of key biblical words
- “Going Deeper” with cultural, historical, and theological information
- “Reflection” helping you apply the Scriptures to real life
- “Shadows” spotlighting Old Testament foreshadowing of the New Testament
- “Echoes”―similar to “Shadows,” revealing New Testament references to the Old Testament
- “The Conversation” containing quotes on the text from historic figures such as Luther, Augustine, and Calvin
- Uses Today’s New International Version (TNIV) for Bible text references―timeless truth in today’s language
- Expanded bibliographies