Introducing Apollos Old Testament Commentary Series

 

The Apollos Old Testament Commentary presents the books of the Old Testament in a scholarly manner to non-experts, making them easily accessible and relevant to modern readers. These commentaries serve those who preach from the Old Testament, as well as scholars and serious students.

[Read more…]

Focused Commentaries Ideal for Preaching & Teaching

A Commentary from Top Evangelical Scholars

The Focus on the Bible Commentaries are ideal for preaching, teaching, and personal Bible study. The chapter-by-chapter commentary exposition will help you discover the culture and audience of the passage, the biblical author’s intentions, and how to apply the text to your life today. These commentaries waste no words in distilling Bible truths and drilling down to the essential lessons that each verse offers.

[Read more…]

New Standard Lesson Commentary Editions!

New Standard Lesson Commentary Editions Just Released

Each edition of the Standard Lesson Commentary provides you with a full-year’s worth of adult Sunday school materials. You’ll have everything you need to prepare quality lessons with biblically sound teaching.

Create a Life-Changing Environment

For each week of the year, you get a full, solidly Bible-based lesson ideal for group study. Each lesson is organized with Key Verse, Lesson Aims, Lesson Outline, Introduction, Lesson Background, and How to Say Biblical Words. Each lesson also includes verse-by-verse exposition, engaging discussion questions, graphics, illustrations, and relevant examples to get your students interested in the Bible.

[Read more…]

Read More – How Is Jesus Superior to Moses?

twenty-first century biblical commentary

Want to know more about the Twenty-First Century Biblical Commentary Series Set?

On the other hand, the author argues, Jesus has been counted worthy of more glory than Moses. It is difficult to appreciate just how powerfully radical a statement that would have been to first-century Jewish ears. The author provides perspective, explaining that the builder of the house is necessarily greater than the house he builds. While Moses belonged to the house of Israel, the chosen family of faith, that household had been built by the Messiah. His faithfulness proved flawless.

Want to keep reading?

[Read more…]