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  • Hardcover: 768 pages
  • Publisher: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Company (25 Nov. 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0802824927
  • ISBN-13: 978-0802824929
  • Product Dimensions: 23.2 x 4.7 x 23.5 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars 3 customer reviews
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Grant Osborne
-- Trinity Evangelical Divinity School
"We are living in an age of incredibly good evangelical commentaries. Gary Cockerill's Hebrews is among the best, a first-rate work that is both readable and very deep. The centrality of rhetorical analysis and structural concerns adds a lot to the value of this work, and his insights about the use of the Old Testament in understanding the book's message are extremely helpful. . . . Readers will gain a fine understanding of this incredibly important epistle and its place in the life of the church."
I. Howard Marshall
-- University of Aberdeen
"It is no easy task to write a replacement for the work of such a scholar as F. F. Bruce on so demanding a book as Hebrews, but Cockerill amply justifies the trust placed in him by the editor of this series. In particular the attention that Cockerill pays to the author's use of the Old Testament and to the book's structure takes readers beyond Bruce's work. The exposition of the letter is profound and practical and yet so clearly presented that preachers will be particularly grateful for this volume."
David A. deSilva
-- Ashland Theological Seminary
"As in the best commentaries, this volume is more than a rehashing of scholarship; it is also a contribution to the same. Cockerill advances new proposals regarding the structure of the sermon and its author's hermeneutics of the Jewish Scriptures. Cockerill's Hebrews will proudly take its place alongside Attridge's, Lane's, and Koester's commentaries as an essential resource."
George H. Guthrie
-- Union University
"Gary Cockerill successfully integrates a thorough immersion in contemporary research on Hebrews with exegetical insight and pastoral sensitivity. This masterfully organized, crisply written commentary pulls together Cockerill's untiring work over the past three and a half decades. I highly recommend it."

Grant Osborne
-- Trinity Evangelical Divinity School
"We are living in an age of incredibly good evangelical commentaries. Gary Cockerill's Hebrews is among the best, a first-rate work that is both readable and very deep. The centrality of rhetorical analysis and structural concerns adds a lot to the value of this work, and his insights about the use of the Old Testament in understanding the book's message are extremely helpful. . . . Readers will gain a fine understanding of this incredibly important epistle and its place in the life of the church."
I. Howard Marshall
-- University of Aberdeen
"It is no easy task to write a replacement for the work of such a scholar as F. F. Bruce on so demanding a book as Hebrews, but Cockerill amply justifies the trust placed in him by the editor of this series. In particular the attention that Cockerill pays to the author's use of the Old Testament and to the book's structure takes readers beyond Bruce's work. The exposition of the letter is profound and practical and yet so clearly presented that preachers will be particularly grateful for this volume."
David A. deSilva
-- Ashland Theological Seminary
"As in the best commentaries, this volume is more than a rehashing of scholarship; it is also a contribution to the same. Cockerill advances new proposals regarding the structure of the sermon and its author's hermeneutics of the Jewish Scriptures. Cockerill's Hebrews will proudly take its place alongside Attridge's, Lane's, and Koester's commentaries as an essential resource."
George H. Guthrie
-- Union University
"Gary Cockerill successfully integrates a thorough immersion in contemporary research on Hebrews with exegetical insight and pastoral sensitivity. This masterfully organized, crisply written commentary pulls together Cockerill's untiring work over the past three and a half decades. I highly recommend it."
"Biblical Theology Bulletin"
The commentary is thorough without bombarding the reader with irrelevant minutiae, shows independence in making exegetical decisions, and is approachable while still giving essential technical details. . . . Helpful and comprehensive. . . . A solid addition to the NICNT series.
"Journal for the Study of the New Testament"
The commentary is detailed and readable, and Cockerill succeeds remarkably well in clearly explaining a range of scholarly views about complex issues. . . . The commentary engages throughout with a wide array of relevant literature, including the most recent studies, and it is very evidently the fruit of a long and deep immersion in Hebrews.
"Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society"
Cockerill s commentary is a splendid addition to the NICNT and should serve as a standard exegetical resource for many years to come.
"Denver Journal"
An exegetically insightful and theologically sensitive reading of Hebrews. . . . Anyone planning to study, teach, or preach through Hebrews should have this commentary at their side.
"Regent s Reviews"
It is comprehensive, sensitive, and thorough, and engages with a wide range of secondary literature through extensive footnotes. . . . A genuine contribution to the study of Hebrews with an accessible analysis of the text. . . . This commentary will be a valuable addition to any pastor s bookshelf.
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Grant Osborne -- Trinity Evangelical Divinity School "We are living in an age of incredibly good evangelical commentaries. Gary Cockerill's Hebrews is among the best, a first-rate work that is both readable and very deep. The centrality of rhetorical analysis and structural concerns adds a lot to the value of this work, and his insights about the use of the Old Testament in understanding the book's message are extremely helpful. . . . Readers will gain a fine understanding of this incredibly important epistle and its place in the life of the church."I. Howard Marshall -- University of Aberdeen "It is no easy task to write a replacement for the work of such a scholar as F. F. Bruce on so demanding a book as Hebrews, but Cockerill amply justifies the trust placed in him by the editor of this series. In particular the attention that Cockerill pays to the author's use of the Old Testament and to the book's structure takes readers beyond Bruce's work. The exposition of the letter is profound and practical and yet so clearly presented that preachers will be particularly grateful for this volume."David A. deSilva -- Ashland Theological Seminary "As in the best commentaries, this volume is more than a rehashing of scholarship; it is also a contribution to the same. Cockerill advances new proposals regarding the structure of the sermon and its author's hermeneutics of the Jewish Scriptures. Cockerill's Hebrews will proudly take its place alongside Attridge's, Lane's, and Koester's commentaries as an essential resource."George H. Guthrie -- Union University "Gary Cockerill successfully integrates a thorough immersion in contemporary research on Hebrews with exegetical insight and pastoral sensitivity. This masterfully organized, crisply written commentary pulls together Cockerill's untiring work over the past three and a half decades. I highly recommend it.""Biblical Theology Bulletin" The commentary is thorough without bombarding the reader with irrelevant minutiae, shows independence in making exegetical decisions, and is approachable while still giving essential technical details. . . . Helpful and comprehensive. . . . A solid addition to the NICNT series. "Journal for the Study of the New Testament" The commentary is detailed and readable, and Cockerill succeeds remarkably well in clearly explaining a range of scholarly views about complex issues. . . . The commentary engages throughout with a wide array of relevant literature, including the most recent studies, and it is very evidently the fruit of a long and deep immersion in Hebrews. "Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society" Cockerill s commentary is a splendid addition to the NICNT and should serve as a standard exegetical resource for many years to come. "Denver Journal" An exegetically insightful and theologically sensitive reading of Hebrews. . . . Anyone planning to study, teach, or preach through Hebrews should have this commentary at their side. "Regent s Reviews" It is comprehensive, sensitive, and thorough, and engages with a wide range of secondary literature through extensive footnotes. . . . A genuine contribution to the study of Hebrews with an accessible analysis of the text. . . . This commentary will be a valuable addition to any pastor s bookshelf. "

Grant Osborne
-- Trinity Evangelical Divinity School
-We are living in an age of incredibly good evangelical commentaries. Gary Cockerill's Hebrews is among the best, a first-rate work that is both readable and very deep. The centrality of rhetorical analysis and structural concerns adds a lot to the value of this work, and his insights about the use of the Old Testament in understanding the book's message are extremely helpful. . . . Readers will gain a fine understanding of this incredibly important epistle and its place in the life of the church.-

I. Howard Marshall
-- University of Aberdeen
-It is no easy task to write a replacement for the work of such a scholar as F. F. Bruce on so demanding a book as Hebrews, but Cockerill amply justifies the trust placed in him by the editor of this series. In particular the attention that Cockerill pays to the author's use of the Old Testament and to the book's structure takes readers beyond Bruce's work. The exposition of the letter is profound and practical and yet so clearly presented that preachers will be particularly grateful for this volume.-

David A. deSilva
-- Ashland Theological Seminary
-As in the best commentaries, this volume is more than a rehashing of scholarship; it is also a contribution to the same. Cockerill advances new proposals regarding the structure of the sermon and its author's hermeneutics of the Jewish Scriptures. Cockerill's Hebrews will proudly take its place alongside Attridge's, Lane's, and Koester's commentaries as an essential resource.-

George H. Guthrie
-- Union University
-Gary Cockerill successfully integrates a thorough immersion in contemporary research on Hebrews with exegetical insight and pastoral sensitivity. This masterfully organized, crisply written commentary pulls together Cockerill's untiring work over the past three and a half decades. I highly recommend it.-

Biblical Theology Bulletin
-The commentary is thorough without bombarding the reader with irrelevant minutiae, shows independence in making exegetical decisions, and is approachable while still giving essential technical details. . . . Helpful and comprehensive. . . . A solid addition to the NICNT series.-

Journal for the Study of the New Testament
-The commentary is detailed and readable, and Cockerill succeeds remarkably well in clearly explaining a range of scholarly views about complex issues. . . . The commentary engages throughout with a wide array of relevant literature, including the most recent studies, and it is very evidently the fruit of a long and deep immersion in Hebrews.-

Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society
-Cockerill's commentary is a splendid addition to the NICNT and should serve as a standard exegetical resource for many years to come.-

Denver Journal
-An exegetically insightful and theologically sensitive reading of Hebrews. . . . Anyone planning to study, teach, or preach through Hebrews should have this commentary at their side.-

Regent's Reviews
-It is comprehensive, sensitive, and thorough, and engages with a wide range of secondary literature through extensive footnotes. . . . A genuine contribution to the study of Hebrews with an accessible analysis of the text. . . . This commentary will be a valuable addition to any pastor's bookshelf.-


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