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Boice Expositional Commentary (27 Volumes)

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The Boice Commentary series combines careful scholarship and clear communication in a verse-by-verse and section by section reading of various biblical texts. Combining thoughtful interpretation with contemporary insight for daily living, James Montgomery Boice explains the meaning of the text and relates the text's concerns to the church, Christianity, and the world in which we live. Whether used for devotions, preaching, or teaching, this authoritative and thought-provoking series will appeal to a wide range of readers, from serious Bible students to interested laypersons.

This module contains 27 volumes covering 17 books of the Old Testament and 9 books of the New Testament with an additional, unique volume covering the Sermon on the Mount. Volumes included in this module:

  • Genesis 1-11: Creation and the Fall (Volume 1) (1998)
  • Genesis 12-36: A New Beginning (Volume 2) (1998)
  • Genesis 37-50: Living by Faith (Volume 3) (1998)
  • Joshua (Volume 4) (1989)
  • Nehemiah (Volume 5) (1990)
  • Psalms 1–41 (Volume 6) (1994)
  • Psalms 42–106 (Volume 7) (1996)
  • Psalms 107–150 (Volume 8) (1998)
  • Daniel (Volume 9) (1989)
  • Minor Prophets I: Hosea–Jonah (Volume 10) (1983)
  • Minor Prophets II: Micah–Malachi (Volume 11) (1986)
  • Matthew 1–17: The King and His Kingdom (Volume 12) (2001)
  • Matthew 18–28: The Triumph of the King (Volume 13) (2001)
  • Sermon on the Mount (Volume 14) (1972)
  • John 1–4: The Coming of the Light (Volume 15) (1999)
  • John 5–8: Christ and Judaism (Volume 16) (1999)
  • John 9–12: Those Who Received Him (Volume 17) (1999)
  • John 13–17: Peace in Storm (Volume 18) (1999)
  • John 18–21: Triumph through Tragedy (Volume 19) (1999)
  • Acts (Volume 20) (1997)
  • Romans 1–4: Justification by Faith (Volume 21) (1991)
  • Romans 5–8: The Reign of Grace (Volume 22) (1992)
  • Romans 9–11: God and History (Volume 23) (1993)
  • Romans 12–16: The New Humanity (Volume 24) (1995)
  • Ephesians (Volume 25) (1997)
  • Philippians (Volume 26) (2000)
  • Epistles of John (Volume 27) (1979)

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Boice Expositional Commentary
• Author: James Montgomery Boice
• Publisher: Baker Books

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July 28, 2019  |  9:54 PM   |    Fantastic (5)
These commentaries are both enjoyable and edifying; they are perfect for personal devotions. They get to the main points of scripture passages in an insightful and helpful way. They are written in a very warm style that would appeal to laymen and young Christians, but they are insightful enough to hold the attention of advanced students of the Bible and clergymen. They compliment technical commentaries very well. I use them when I lead devotions at a nearby nursing home. I regard these commentaries as classics and I expect that will be read for many many years to come. There are only a few complete sets of commentaries that I would buy; this would be one of them.
October 4, 2016  |  2:35 PM   |    Good (4)
This series is not the first I open, but when I do I generally find it quite insightful. James Montgomery Boice a conservative Presbyterian minister and theologian but offers all believers great insight and much for us to mentally "chew on". Anyone familiar with his contribution to the original Expositor's Bible Commentary (Galatians) will be pleasantly surprised to find these volumes are just as theological solid but are at depth that the 12 volume series just could not match. His works in this series are highly application based and and extremely well written reading much like a warm sermon. I will say for me in many ways he reminds me of a modern Matthew Henry.