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Despite its length it is definitely worth a read.
So this volume is both the most up to date work to appear, taking into account all the recent scholarship on these epistles, and the most detailed and comprehensive.
Overall, the handling of each paragraph is filled with quality exegesis and in-depth analysis.
Theological rather than pastoral. Choppy and awkward versus smooth flowing. Feel often interupts the flow of the meaning of the passage by going back to previous discussions ie:... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Lynette
This is an extremely thorough commentary. If you are going to own only one commentary on Colossians and Philemon, this very well might be the one you should purchase. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Derek Newbery
Keep in mind that Colossians and Philemon are short books. Doug Moo does not short change you on the exposition of the text. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Brian Maula
Doug Moo offers clear and helpful insights into the biblical text without getting bogged down in issues that will not help the reader understand the meaning of the text.Published 14 months ago by Mitchell L. Landress
This is providing a clear, in depth look at a wonderful book, making it an even more precious asset by which to growPublished 15 months ago by R & M Books
No page number. no detail table of content. How to read? suffering. Colossians has one table of content. several hundred pages only have one table of content. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Yu Sun
This is the best modern commentary on Colossians I know of, but it doesn't come close to the old guys like Calvin and Henry on spiritual matters. Read morePublished 24 months ago by Abraham Ewing Bagby