Engage Meaningfully with Scripture

Seeking to bridge the gap between biblical studies and systematic theology, this series aims to help pastors, teachers, and students engage with theological interpretation of Scripture.

Theological Readings from the Past and Present

Two features distinguish The Two Horizons Commentary Series: theological exegesis and theological reflection. Theological reflection in The Two Horizons Commentary Series takes many forms, including locating each book in relation to the whole of Scripture, asking what the biblical book contributes to biblical theology, and how it relates to the constructive theology of today.

Section-by-Section Exegesis that is Deliberately Theological In Focus

What this looks like is a little different for each book in the series. Each volume is written by different distinguished scholars who each take their own approach.

For example, Genesis is broken into three main parts: an introduction that includes the structure, themes, literary context, and more, followed by commentary. It concludes with “Theological Horizons.” These include the sections: Main Unifying Themes, Key Theological Teaching, Genesis and Theology Today, and Genesis and Biblical Theology. In Wordsearch, it’s easy to navigate to each of these sections through the Table of Contents.

Comparatively the volume on Matthew includes an original translation of the text, section-by-section commentary, “Thinking Theologically with Matthew,” and “Constructive Theological Engagement with Matthew,” about such themes as kingdom, Christology, the Holy Spirit, and discipleship.

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