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James (Zondervan Exegetical Commentary on the New Testament) (utgåvan 2008)

av Craig L. Blomberg (Författare), Mariam J. Kovalishyn (Författare), Clinton E. Arnold (Redaktör)

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Designed for the pastor and Bible teacher, the Zondervan Exegetical Commentary on the New Testament examines the biblical text in its original environment. Notable evangelical scholars carefully attend to grammatical detail, literary context, rhetorical flow, theological nuance, and historical setting in their interpretation. Critical scholarship informs each step, but does not dominate the commentary, allowing readers to concentrate on the biblical author's message as it unfolds. While primarily designed for those with a basic knowledge of biblical Greek, all who strive to understand and teach the New Testament will find this series beneficial. The general editor for this enterprising series is Clinton E. Arnold The following focused sections help readers understand the text: Literary Context: Explains how each passage functions within the book Main Idea: Summarizes the central message of the passage Translation in Graphic Layout: Presents a translation through a diagram that helps readers visualize the flow of thought within the text Exegetical Outline: Gives the overall structure of the passage Explanation of the Text: Provides interpretive insights into the background and meaning of the text Theology in Application: Discusses how the message of the text fits within the book itself and in a broader biblical-theological context, suggesting applications for the church today… (mer)
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Titel:James (Zondervan Exegetical Commentary on the New Testament)
Författare:Craig L. Blomberg (Författare)
Andra författare:Mariam J. Kovalishyn (Författare), Clinton E. Arnold (Redaktör)
Info:Zondervan Academic (2008), Edition: Illustrated, 288 pages
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The format of Zondervan's new commentary series fits my personality well. As the book marches through the text, there are introductory comments, outlines, and the particular passage's relation to the rest of the book. Then there is a verse-by-verse marching through the book. How this differs from other commentaries is that at the beginning of each verse there is both the English and Greek text. This is helpful in not having to flip back and look at the text or have another reference handy.

Overall, I think Blomberg handles the text well. The commentary is well-written, and he deals thoroughly with many issues in the text. It is not overly technical, but enough. The text itself is uncluttered, but adequate footnotes are provided. At the end of each section is a theological discussion separate from the exegetical discussion.

One note of disagreement: what Blomberg calls an exegetical outline, I would call a theological outline. The greatest jewel I found: In a footnote at the end of the commentary when Blomberg was discussing major theological themes (a novel idea to do this at the end of the book instead of the beginning as most commentaries do), he notes that the :best apparatus of OT quotations and allusions in the NT is the bottommost segment of footnotes on each page of the UBS editions of the Greek NT." What? Did I sleep through that class in seminary? Why had I not known that? Truly a gold mine of information and that alone is worth the price of the book. ( )
  memlhd | Jan 23, 2016 |
The format of Zondervan's new commentary series fits my personality well. As the book marches through the text, there are introductory comments, outlines, and the particular passage's relation to the rest of the book. Then there is a verse-by-verse marching through the book. How this differs from other commentaries is that at the beginning of each verse there is both the English and Greek text. This is helpful in not having to flip back and look at the text or have another reference handy.

Overall, I think Blomberg handles the text well. The commentary is well-written, and he deals thoroughly with many issues in the text. It is not overly technical, but enough. The text itself is uncluttered, but adequate footnotes are provided. At the end of each section is a theological discussion separate from the exegetical discussion.

One note of disagreement: what Blomberg calls an exegetical outline, I would call a theological outline. The greatest jewel I found: In a footnote at the end of the commentary when Blomberg was discussing major theological themes (a novel idea to do this at the end of the book instead of the beginning as most commentaries do), he notes that the :best apparatus of OT quotations and allusions in the NT is the bottommost segment of footnotes on each page of the UBS editions of the Greek NT." What? Did I sleep through that class in seminary? Why had I not known that? Truly a gold mine of information and that alone is worth the price of the book. ( )
  memlhd | Jan 23, 2016 |
The first to come out in the Zondervan Exegetical Commentary series, which has a lot of features that are very helpful: a syntactical diagram, a clear exegetical outline, summary of the passage and literary context at the start of each chapter, along with a theological conclusion / application at the end of the chapter.

I would always consult here first. It had the most information in the least amount of words, and showed good judgment in making decisions.

Compared w/ Martin, Davids and Adamson, this gets rank 1. ( )
  matthauck | Apr 16, 2010 |
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This is an excellent commentary in what should prove to be a useful series format. Like no other commentary available, it compliments what I--and I am sure many others--are trying to teach serious students of the Bible to do in exegesis. It does this without burying them in an avalanche of information they do not need in order to preach and teach in a local church setting.
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Designed for the pastor and Bible teacher, the Zondervan Exegetical Commentary on the New Testament examines the biblical text in its original environment. Notable evangelical scholars carefully attend to grammatical detail, literary context, rhetorical flow, theological nuance, and historical setting in their interpretation. Critical scholarship informs each step, but does not dominate the commentary, allowing readers to concentrate on the biblical author's message as it unfolds. While primarily designed for those with a basic knowledge of biblical Greek, all who strive to understand and teach the New Testament will find this series beneficial. The general editor for this enterprising series is Clinton E. Arnold The following focused sections help readers understand the text: Literary Context: Explains how each passage functions within the book Main Idea: Summarizes the central message of the passage Translation in Graphic Layout: Presents a translation through a diagram that helps readers visualize the flow of thought within the text Exegetical Outline: Gives the overall structure of the passage Explanation of the Text: Provides interpretive insights into the background and meaning of the text Theology in Application: Discusses how the message of the text fits within the book itself and in a broader biblical-theological context, suggesting applications for the church today

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