The Oxford Bible Commentary Paperback
by John Barton; John Muddiman;
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Not restricted to long-time believers, this commentary is for the interested, for the curious about what the Bible really means in every verse.
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The Oxford Bible Commentary
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A definitive commentary on the whole Bible, including the Apocrypha and some non-biblical Jewish and Christian writings from the biblical period
Written by a team of over seventy internationally respected scholars from various religious backgrounds
Written with a sharp awareness of new biblical scholarship that brings the Oxford Bible Commentary right up to date
The Oxford Bible Commentary is an exciting new ecumenical verse-by-verse commentary on the whole Bible, including all the books of the Apocrypha, for use by Christians, Jews, and members of other religious traditions, or of none. 1.5 million words long, it has been written by a team of internationally respected biblical scholars chosen for their expertise and ability to communicate rather than for their adherence to any particular faith. Now available in paperback, the Oxford Bible Commentary will provide the one-volume resource for the Bible for the 21st century.
The Oxford Bible Commentary by John Barton; John Muddiman was published by Oxford University Press in January 2007 and is our 2694th best seller. The ISBN for The Oxford Bible Commentary is 9780199277186.
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|Author / Artist||John Barton; John Muddiman|
|Publisher||Oxford University Press (January 2007)|
|Editor||John Barton; John Muddiman|
|Number of Pages||1416|
|Page last updated||11th December 2017|