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Thiselton's commentary is a must for anyone working with the Greek.
Additional note: By the way, since someone above wondered aloud whether people read the books they review, I have read all of these volumes from cover to cover.
This is thorough and careful exegesis, often much more careful than Fee's work, which I also admire.
Thiselton is one of those rare individuals that seems to float effortlessly between various disciplines without getting lost along the way. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Thankful
This commentary is very solid theological and has a great understanding of the text!Published 4 months ago by bdb6821
From the series title (Greek Testament Commentary), I was expecting to see a verse by verse exegesis of the entire Greek text! Read morePublished 10 months ago by MathewBartlett
On the whole, a thorough, well-written work, especially with regard to its engaged treatment of mainstream & evangelical scholarship - for a survey and bibliography of... Read morePublished 11 months ago by steve heil
Thiselton is thorough, every theory is explored, dissected and evaluated. One of the few recent commentaries that deals in depth with the greek.Published 15 months ago by Rob French
I needed a new modern authoritative Commenatry written by a sensible and authoritative Anglican theologian of international repute and standingPublished 20 months ago by Canon Carla Archer
This is a superb commentary - as just about anything by Thiselton is. However, when leading a Bible Study on Corinthians, I found Thiselton's 300 page (as opposed to 1500 page)... Read morePublished on October 10, 2012 by J Canlis