The Expositors Bible Commentary Complete Set (Ot & Nt), 12 Volumes by Frank E. GaebeleinFor more than 20 years, the EBC has been widely recognized by preachers, teachers, and laypeople as one of the best commentaries available.
Each Bible book features an insightful introduction, detailed outline, penetrating theological and critical exposition, and useful bibliography. Notes on textual difficulties are kept separate and all Hebrew and Greek is transliterated. This commentary uses the New International Version for its text, but freely refers to other translations and the original languages.
Esteemed evangelical contributors include:
Volume 1: Introductory Articles: General, Old Testament, New Testament (see Excerpts for complete list of article titles and contributors)
Volume 2: Genesis: John H. Sailhamer; Exodus: Walter C. Kaiser Jr. ; Leviticus: R. Laird Harris; Numbers: Ronald B. Allen
Volume 3: Deuteronomy: Earl S. Kalland; Joshua: Donald H. Madvig; Judges: Herbert Wolf; Ruth: F. B. Huey Jr.; ; 1, 2 Samuel: Ronald F. Youngblood
Volume 4: 1, 2 Kings: Richard D. Patterson and Hermann J. Austel; 1, 2 Chronicles: J. Barton Payne; Ezra, Nehemiah: Edwin Yamauchi; Esther: F. B. Huey Jr. ; Job: Elmer B. Smick
Volume 5: Psalms: Willem A. VanGemeren; Proverbs: Allen P. Ross; Ecclesiastes: J. Stafford Wright; Song of Songs: Dennis F. Kinlaw
Volume 6: Isaiah: Geoffrey W. Grogan; Jeremiah: Charles L. Feinberg; Lamentations: H. L. Ellison; Ezekiel: Ralph H. Alexander
Volume 7: Daniel: Gleason L. Archer Jr.; Hosea: Leon J. Wood ;Joel: Richard D. Patterson; Amos: Thomas E. McComiskey; Obadiah: Carl E. Armerding; Jonah: H. L. Ellison; Micah: Thomas E. McComiskey; Nahum, Habakkuk: Carl E. Armerding; Zephaniah: Larry Walker; Haggai: Robert L. Alden; Zechariah: Kenneth L. Barker; Malachi: Robert L. Alden;
Volume 8: Matthew: D. A. Carson; Mark: Walter W. Wessel; Luke: Walter L. Liefeld
Volume 9: John: Merrill C. Tenney; Acts: Richard N. Longenecker
Volume 10: Romans: Everett F. Harrison; 1 Corinthians: W. Harold Mare; 2 Corinthians: Murray J. Harris; Galatians: James Montgomery Boice
Volume 11: Ephesians: A. Skevington Wood; Philippians: Homer A. Kent Jr.; Colossians: Curtis Vaughan; 1, 2 Thessalonians: Robert L. Thomas; 1, 2 Timothy: Ralph Earle; Titus: D. Edmond Hiebert; Philemon: Arthur A. Rupprecht;
Volume 12: Hebrews: Leon Morris; James: Donald W. Burdick; 1, 2 Peter: Edwin A Blum; 1,2, 3 John: Glenn W. Barker; Jude: Edwin A. Blum; Revelation: Alan F. Johnson
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Wild Coasts [New Zealand Documentary] - Real Wild
The Otago Coast is a formidable place to live. Cold winds and waves roll in from Antarctica battering the wildlife, flora and people - so much so that they are all shaped by their environment, often bending, but seldom broken. On this journey Neil visits the Royal Albatross as they return home from their eternal wanderings and meet their unofficial godfather.
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Neil Oliver: Live On Stage
The acclaimed archaeologist and presenter says his wife, Trudi, and their three kids - Teddy, Evie and Archie - fell in love with New Zealand when he brought them with him to make the debut series. They are not best pleased he left them home in Stirling, Scotland, when he returned earlier this year to film a new batch of episodes. They would never let me forget it. But with New Zealand being a similar size to the UK, most of it is pretty easy to get to by car, which is a big advantage over Australia. Keep going and I'm soon on Stewart Island, with all the unique diversity. Ten series of Coast have screened in Britain.
Neil Oliver born 21 February is a Scottish television presenter, freelance archaeologist, conservationist and author. In he was appointed president of the National Trust for Scotland. He then attended the University of Glasgow to study archaeology. He obtained an MA in archaeology and worked as a freelance archaeologist, before training as a journalist. Oliver's television debut came in with BBC Two 's Two Men in a Trench , which featured Oliver and close friend, Tony Pollard , visiting historic British battlefields and recreating the battle situations using state of the art archaeological techniques. In addition to the TV series, Oliver co-wrote the two accompanying books.
May we have a moment of your time?
Do you sell tickets for an event, performance or venue? Sell more tickets faster with Eventfinda. - White Island, so named by Captain Cook in for its endless clouds of steam, is where Neil Oliver had one of his most daredevil adventures while filming across New Zealand.