1 Corinthians: A Shorter Exegetical and Pastoral Commentary Paperback – 1 Oct 2011
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Walter Moberly - Durham University "Lucidly, accessibly, and engagingly, Thiselton brings alive the subject matter about which St. Paul writes. Thus, this commentary searchingly illuminates the nature of Christian lifestyle and spirituality today." Craig L. Blomberg - Denver Seminary "In his 1400-page NIGTC volume on 1 Corinthians, Anthony Thiselton explained that he addressed every legitimate question he could think of that someone might ask of the text! The result was a masterpiece, but one that few readers will ever fully scrutinize. In a new labor of love, Thiselton has now created this marvelous digest, at the same time interacting with the newest round of research, adding applicational gems into his exegesis, and inserting thoughtful questions for reflection and implementation at the end of each section. This will immediately become the main text for my English Bible 1 Corinthians elective." Review of Biblical Literature "This is a superb pastoral commentary. It is one that a pastor could use for exegetical as well as pastoral information within a sermon... This commentary provides a good model of exegetical and pastoral writing and is well worth having on the shelf of anyone working in ministry." --Walter Moberly - Durham University
About the Author
Dr. Anthony C. Thiselton is professor of Christian theology at the University of Nottingham and Canon Theologian of Leicester Cathedral. His substantial volume on hermeneutics, The Two Horizons, received international acclaim as a standard resource for this growing subject area.
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has all the, or most of the insights of the awesome larger commentary but without the problems of wading through greek.
the lecturer assured us that the greek one was fantastic and better that this one but to be honest is was wasted on the non greek speakers.
I am thankfull this is in the book case.