Commentary on the Old Testament
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"Keil and Delitzsch's Commentary on the Old Testament is a classic of the nineteenth century. It is popular with conservatives because of its theology. But its sharp insights mean it is by no means just conservatives who find it helpful--it is not uncommon, for example, to see it cited in the bibliography of an academic study. It is therefore welcome that Hendrickson have made it available in a lightly corrected version."
About the Author
Johann Carl Friedrich Keil (18071888) was professor of Biblical Exegesis and Oriental Languages at the University of Dorpat.
- Hardcover : 7744 pages
- ISBN-10 : 0913573884
- ISBN-13 : 978-0913573884
- Dimensions : 10 x 6.5 x 13 inches
- Item Weight : 1.1 pounds
- Publisher : Hendrickson Pub (April 1, 2006)
- Reading level : 21 and up
- Language: : English
- Best Sellers Rank: #1,991,569 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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With that being said I have since acquired this set elsewhere after using the commentary multiple times online. I've read through many commentaries when trying to find the meaning of certain verses or passages and I've found that Keil and Delitzsch is almost always my favorite commentary with the most information. Although written in the late 1800's it doesn't feel like it. They often explore other's viewpoints and arguments even when they don't agree and share information supporting and disputing. If you are on the edge trying to decide to buy this commentary, find a verse that confuses you and look it up on biblehub.com to read Keil and Delitzsch commentary on that verse. It sells itself much better than I could.