2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Good workmanlike commentary.,
This review is from: Luke, St.: An Introduction and Commentary (Tyndale New Testament Commentaries) (Paperback)
This is certainly a useful commentary as it deals with the text verse by verse and therefore is very thorough in its approach. I'm not a big fan of Tyndale commentaries, but there is no doubt that they manage to be readable enough (although I tend to prefer more of a narrative flow) and yet have enough to satisfy the academic with their approach to the technicalities of the text (translation etc). This is probably worth a bit more than three stars and it is readable enough. Certainly worth having on your bookshelf if you are preaching through Luke, although if you are doing Bible study I would advise you to get something a bit easier to handle like Michael Bentley's commentary in Welwyn or Wiersbe's 'Be' commentaries as he has done two in Luke.