- Series: College Press NIV Commentary
- Hardcover: 203 pages
- Publisher: College Press Publishing Company, Inc. (June 26, 1996)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0899006388
- ISBN-13: 978-0899006383
- Product Dimensions: 9.3 x 6.4 x 0.9 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1 pounds
- Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,453,795 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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More About the Author
Gary Holloway is Executive Director of the World Convention (see worldconvention.org). He was formerly Ijams Professor of Bible and the Associate Director of the Center for Spiritual Renewal at Lipscomb University Holding degrees from Freed-Hardeman, Harding, The University of Texas, and Emory University, he has written twenty-seven books, including You Might Be Too Busy If..., Spiritual Practices for People in a Hurry from Leafwood Press as well as several volumes in the Meditative Commentary Series, also from Leafwood. He is married to Deb Rogers Holloway.
All the books by Gary include:
Saints, Demons, and : Southern Preacher Anecdotes. Indiana University Press, 1989.
O.B. Perkins and The Southern Oratorical Preaching Tradition. Edwin Mellen Press, 1992.
In the Name of Jesus: Prayer in the New Testament. Sweet Publishing, 1994.
The College Press NIV Commentary: James and Jude. College Press, 1996.
A Miracle Named Jesus. College Press, 1997.
The Main Thing: A New Look at Ecclesiastes. ACU Press, 1997.
The Unexpected Jesus. College Press, 1998.
Theology Matters, a volume in honor of Harold Hazelip (Editor). College Press, 1998.
Certain Hope: An Encouraging Word from Hebrews. ACU Press, 1999.
Praying Like Jesus. Covenant Publishing, 2000.
Radical Answers from the Minor Prophets. Hillcrest Press, 2001.
Renewing God's People: A Concise History of Churches of Christ (with Doug Foster). ACU Press, 2001, 2nd edition, 2006.
Acts (Streams of Mercy Series). Hillcrest Press, 2002.
Unfinished Reconciliation: Justice, Racism and Churches of Christ (editor). ACU Press, 2003, 2nd enlarged edition, 2013.
Alone with God (editor). Leafwood Publishers, 2003.
Home Among Strangers: In the World with Christ. Covenant Publishing, 2003.
Living God's Love: An Invitation to Christian Spirituality (with Earl Lavender). Leafwood Publishers, 2004.
Matthew: Jesus is King. Meditative Commentary on the New Testament. Leafwood Publishers, 2005.
1 & 2 Thessalonians, 1 & 2 Timothy and Titus : Jesus Grows His Church. Meditative Commentary Leafwood, 2006.
Romans and Galatians: The Spirit of Jesus. Meditative Commentary. Leafwood, 2006.
John: Believing in Jesus. Meditative Commentary on the New Testament. Leafwood Publishers, 2007.
Hebrews and James: Brother Jesus. Meditative Commentary. Leafwood Publishers, 2007.
Daily Disciple: A One-Year Devotional Guide. Leafwood Publishers, 2008.
The Letters of Peter, John, and Jude: Living in Jesus. Meditative Commentary. Leafwood Publishers, 2008.
You Might Be Too Busy If..., Spiritual Practices for People in a Hurry. Leafwood Publishers, 2009.
Renewal for Mission: A Concise History of Christian Churches and Churches of Christ (with Dennis Helsabeck and Doug Foster).ACU Press, 2009.
Praying Dangerously. Leafwood, 2010.
Renewing Christian Unity: A Concise History of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) (with Mark Toulouse and Doug Foster), ACU Press, 2010.
A Month With Jesus: 31 Days with a Surprising Savior.Leafwood Publishers, 2012.
Renewing the World: A Concise Global History of the Stone-Campbell Movement (with Doug Foster), ACU Press, 2015
Top Customer Reviews
Each book, James & Jude, have an introduction, outline and bibliography for further study. The commentary text is in the traditional verse by verse format. All comments are based on the NIV text. The writing is thorough but simply stated. There are footnotes for further explanation of certain ideas and important Greek words are explained in the text. The last section of the book is an appendix on preaching and teaching from James taken from a seminar the author presented.
This book will be most valuable to someone who is teaching and is limited in budget and time.
The publisher, College Press, also published the Bible Study Textbook series which is now out of print and can be downloaded for free from the publisher's website in pdf form. The book James and Jude from this set written by Don Fream is also very good.