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James R. Edwards is Bruner-Welch Professor of Theology at Whitworth University. He is also the author of Is Jesus the Only Savior? -- named book of the year in apologetics by Christianity Today -- and the PNTC volume on Mark.
Nothing sloppy, but nothing especially helpful. Last Commentary on Mark that I turn to. Not a commentary that I would buy again, unless one is just looking for a simple grounded... Read morePublished 1 month ago by T. REEVES
Excellent reformed commentary. Helpful insight into the gospel of Mark. Very clearly written and easy to understand for all levels. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Dylan
I really like James Edwards' style. His Luke commentary (Pillar) is expected to be published in April 2015. Hopefully, it will include the kindle edition. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Sue from CA
Excellent book! I highly recommend this book when you are studying the book of Mark. Great help in understanding the culture the times and most importantly fleshing out the Word of... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Maria Elings
Highly recommended commentary. The Pillar series is thorough and conservative. The volume on Mark is accessible and of value to ministers and students.Published 9 months ago by Uncle Thesis
Well researched. Good for pastor or layman wanting a good commentary on mark.Published 9 months ago by Bobby Wood
I use this commentary regularly and it is the best one I have used. I recommend it frequently to others as Biblically sound, academically honest and well organize commentary.Published 11 months ago by GKB
I own several Mark commentaries. This is by far the best; better even than William Lane's much respected book. Edwards has great insights into the narrative genius of Mark. Read morePublished 13 months ago by nafrica
I did not buy the Kindle version of the work because the sample has the annoying presence of the word "Introduction" substituted for every occurrence of "int" in... Read morePublished 20 months ago by actonian