New Testament Commentaries

2 Volume Set

Price $37.80

339 in stock

Weight 3.22 lbs
Dimensions 8.5 × 5.4 × 2.55 in
ISBN 9780851516301




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Jul 15, 2005


Biblical Studies


New Testament


New Testament Commentaries

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Book Description

In 1969 the Trust published the first of Geoffrey Wilson’s popular commentaries on the New Testament Letters. In many ways they were a totally new concept in evangelical literature. Beginning life as ‘Reformed Digests’ written in a popular style, which gave readers the fruits of the study of many volumes, they have grown over the years into commentaries in their own right, and have been enjoyed throughout the English-speaking world. Indeed, they have been widely praised for their high standard of patient, clear, pastoral exposition. This edition brings together Wilson’s New Testament Commentaries in two attractive volumes.

  • Volume 1: Romans, 1 & 2 Corinthians, Galatians, Ephesians
  • Volume 2: Philippians, Colossians, 1 & 2 Thessalonians, 1 & 2 Timothy, Titus, Philemon, Hebrews, and Revelation

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  1. John Smith sam

    WHAT A FIND. Geoffrey B. Wilson’s 1977 ‘Romans – A digest of Reformed Comment’ through the Banner of Truth Trust is a unique study. Thorough and comprehensive and dissecting each verse – a reminder of how we used to study. I also just found your Banner of Truth (1955) and am subscribing.

    Respectfuly, Sam Smith Pittsburgh 6/19/20

  2. Donald Granger

    I picked up Wilson’s two volumes to supplement my reading through the New Testament this year. I suspected they would be brief, cursory summaries and relatively lightweight.
    Not so. Wilson has a talent for simple, yet thorough summation and is a gifted expositor. Verse-by-verse interpretations are supplemented by the comments of other scholars and theologians at the appropriate places. One comes away with the feeling that one has understood the epistle and its logical sequence of thought.
    These books are essential for my library.

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