The Book of Deuteronomy (2020)

The Book of Deuteronomy Peter C. Craigie Ronald Kenneth Harrison The Book of Deuteronomy Craigie s study on the Book of Deuteronomy is part of The New International Commentary on the Old Testament Like its companion series on the New Testament this commentary devotes considerable care to
  • Title: The Book of Deuteronomy
  • Author: Peter C. Craigie Ronald Kenneth Harrison
  • ISBN: 9780802825247
  • Page: 387
  • Format: Hardcover
The Book of Deuteronomy Peter C. Craigie Ronald Kenneth Harrison Craigie s study on the Book of Deuteronomy is part of The New International Commentary on the Old Testament Like its companion series on the New Testament, this commentary devotes considerable care to achieving a balance between technical information and homiletic devotional interpretation.
The Book of Deuteronomy Peter C. Craigie Ronald Kenneth Harrison

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  1. CJ Bowen

    Excellent book not too technical, but still quite rigorous Craigie is an unapologetic believer, and this helps him clear away the underbrush of much inventive scholarship to focus on the text itself After a very helpful introduction to the book as a whole composition, date, authorship, theology, etc Craigie translates and comments section by section He reminds us that Deuteronomy should be read not as if it were a legal code, but rather a father s rules for his sons As the covenant charter of Is [...]

  2. Jake McAtee

    Really concise and sometimes too brief I would have liked to see him explore in particular passages He admittedly confesses that that will be the nature of his commentary Good But was glad to have read than just Craigie on Deuteronomy.

  3. Aaron Ventura

    Kinda boring Decent surface level exposition of the book but doesn t explore beyond it Would rather have read Calvin prolly.

  4. Nile

    This was a great commentary that helped provided excellent historical insight and point to how Deuteronomy fits into the larger scheme of scripture I was leading a men s study on chapters 1 11, so I did not finish this cover to cover For those of you that think the Old Testament is no longer relative on this side of the cross, please read Deuteronomy remembering that God first redeemed the people to himself, provided for them, and brought them to the edge of the land promising them victory Then [...]

  5. Paul Wichert

    This was a good workmanlike commentary with a focus on exegesis It was very concise, though perhaps a bit too brief in some areas I found it to have good depth historically with discussion of ancient near east parallels and also linguistically with discussion of the Hebrew translation issues The writing is very clear and on the whole covers the book very well There is some limited discussion of theology and application which I think could have been expanded upon for certain topics I will be supp [...]

  6. Ben Zornes

    Peter Craigie s commentary on Deuteronomy is a fine work, and helpful in all the right ways He is at the same time succinct and yet beneficially so, something few commentators seem to manage He leaves expanding on the text to other loquacious commentators, and simply get s to the pith of what each verse section is saying, providing useful historical contextual insights along the way Anyone studying or teaching through Deuteronomy would do well to consult this commentary.Read my full review here [...]

  7. Nate

    Craigie was a great scholar and this work demonstrates it While he shies away from taking exegetical leaps with the prophetic passages, he hugs the text and isn t afraid to say we re not sure what this verse means A solid work it never left my side during my study in Deuteronomy.

  8. Isaac

    A precise commentary getting to the meaning of the text Notable for it s brevity I aim to have three to four commentaries per book of the Bible I would make Craigie one of my tools for Deuteronomy.

  9. Chris Comis

    Plenty of good exegesis Takes a covenantal approach to the book, which was great to see He also deals with intervening historical contingencies in way that many expositors fail to do.

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