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If you are a pastor or bible student and need a commentary to anchor your study, this is the best of the best.
I really appreciate his section in the introduction on How to Interpret Luke, as well as his attention to interpreting narrative in general.
I say `may' because so much of Biblical exegesis is simply common sense and good judgment based on a deep understanding of the whole text.
Very detailed and easy to follow. Looking at acquiring the entire set.Published 3 months ago by LaTasha Flowers
It is a hard read at times and I felt lost at certain areas but I am grateful for the information it gave me.Published 13 months ago by It's me
Green's scope is large. He knows Luke. He knows recent scholarship. He knows Old Testament themes. This he combines admirably into a resource very helpful to this preacher.Published 13 months ago by jimjam
Okay- so I've only read the introductions and I'm now in Chapter 2 of Luke. I find the commentary good but less than I was hoping for. Read morePublished 17 months ago by DJW
I have purchased most of these books for my husband and they are all very good and helpful.
I cannot elaborate on content, but he is a religion major and all of these have... Read more
Like Asahel in pursuit of Abner, this commentary turns not aside to the right or to the left. It concentrates on presenting the flow of Luke's argument (his narrative, if you... Read morePublished on October 9, 2012 by Steve V
I really am impressed at how the Green addresses Jesus' reading of Isaiah in the synagogue in Luke 4. Read morePublished on September 21, 2012 by A Dad
After nearly destroying Asbury of its Biblical heritage Green escaped to Fuller. Why this deceiver is allowed to edit this series is beyond me. Read morePublished on March 1, 2012 by Stephen