New volume added to the Paideia Commentaries on the New Testament!

The name Paideia (pronounced “Pie-Day-Ah”) is an appropriate title for this 14-volume commentary. Paideia is a Greek word and concept that was highly regarded in ancient times. It refers to the proper tutoring shared between a master and student. Paideia appears several times in the New Testament, such as in 2 Timothy 3:16: “Every scripture is inspired by God and is useful for teaching, for showing mistakes, for correcting, and for training character.” This excellent commentary does exactly that.

The Paideia Commentaries offer expert insight into the New Testament Greek, yet do so in way that is understandable even for those without formal training in biblical languages. Specific attention is paid to the cultural, literary, and theological settings in which the original texts took form, and to the interests of the contemporary readers to whom these commentaries are addressed.

Ideal for preachers, teachers, and Bible students, the aim of this series is to enable all of us to understand each book of the New Testament as a literary whole rooted in a particular ancient setting and related to its context within the New Testament.

Each section is explored from three angles: (1) introductory matters; (2) tracing the train of thought, narrative, or rhetorical flow of the argument; and (3) theological issues raised by the text that are of interest to us today.

Click here for more details or to add this new commentary to your digital library today. Or, call us at 1-800-888-9898. This sale ends August 19.

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