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The Epistle to the Galatians (The New International Commentary on the New Testament) 2nd Revised ed. Edition
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I also like the way he describes things better than most commentaries. Even in the NICNT series sometimes one has too look elsewhere for preachable phraseology. But I've found that a lot of Fung's stuff will preach almost as it is.
He's very good. I think that he has earned a place among the top few commentaries on Galatians written in English. I heartily recommend you get this-even over his mentor (FF Bruce) on Galatians NIGTC...which is pretty good as well. I usually go to Stott for preaching phrases, but not in Galatians. I'm sticking with Fung for now.
So whether you agree with the other reviewer or not about the South Galatians theory and it's implications, the basic verse by verse exegesis is exceptionally helpful and I'm very excited to have this commentary in my library.
I recommend you buy this one.
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A solid commentary on the book of Galatians. The NICNT is usually a good set. This one is a little underwhelming, however, compared to the rests of the set. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Antoine Alivizantos
This is a first-rate commentary on this seminal epistle of Paul. Galatians explains in Spirit inspire words the wonders of the Gospel, contrasting the liberty which Grace provides... Read morePublished on January 20, 2014 by Bernard Briscoe
On Gal. 3:12 and the "gezarah shawah" type of Rabbinic argument mentioned in this book. Different scholars may provide different teaching, but let's go to a Jewish Encyclopedia and... Read morePublished on September 7, 2012 by Leo K.C. LAW
The quick way to tell a really good commentary is to find the hardest passage and see how the author explains it. Well....Fung does not hold up well under pressure. Read morePublished on March 23, 2010 by Amazon Customer
The review by Mark McEntire is fair and informative but I am just going to get to the point, every time I have turned to this commentary for help on a difficult exegetical problem,... Read morePublished on May 16, 2008 by F. Hulks
This is an OK commentary, but not as excellent as other volumes in this series. I'd put my money on Longenecker (WBC) instead, which is quite easily read despite the technical... Read morePublished on July 1, 2004 by Left systematics for biblical theology