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Hermeneia: A Critical and Historical Commentary on the Bible

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Hermeneia: A Critical and Historical Commentary on the Bible, Fortress Press
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Achtemeier, Paul J.
1 Peter: A Commentary on First Peter
This commentary, the fruit of years of research, is a gold-mine for clergy and an indispensable resource for students and scholars. Achtemeier brings to this text his characteristic mastery of scholarship, theological insight and balanced judgment.

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Hermeneia: A Critical and Historical Commentary on the Bible, Augsburg Fortress, 1996, geb, 464 pp, € 51.00, 9780800660307
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Attridge, Harold W.
The Epistle to the Hebrews
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The first major and comprehensive English- language commentary on Hebrews in over fifty years. Presents a balanced and richly documented interpretation.

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Hermeneia: A Critical and Historical Commentary on the Bible, Augsburg Fortress, 1989, geb, 440 pp, € 57.50, 9780800660215
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Baltzer, Klaus
Deutero-Isaiah: A Commentary
Deutero-Isaiah's work, which comprises Isaiah chapters 40-55, has exerted its influence on testimonies of faith in both Jewish and Christian tradition down to the present day.

Baltzer's magnificent commentary places the document in the new context after the Exile. The experience of catastrophe, the need to grapple with new problems, and hope for a peaceful future are linked in Deutero-Isaiah's composition. The work aims to establish accord between adherents of the Jacob/Israel tradition on the one hand and those committed to the Zion/Jerusalem tradition on the other - the background being the tensions between the exiles and the people who had remained on the land.

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Hermeneia: A Critical and Historical Commentary on the Bible, Fortress Press, 2001, geb, 632 pp, € 69.00, 9780800660390
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Betz, Hans Dieter
2 Corinthians 8 and 9: A Commentary on Two Administrative Letters of the Apostle Paul 2 Corinthians 8 and 9: A Commentary on Two Administrative Letters of the Apostle Paul

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Hermeneia: A Critical and Historical Commentary on the Bible, Augsburg Fortress, 1985, geb, 180 pp, € 33.00, 9780800660147
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Betz, Hans Dieter
Galatians: A Commentary on Paul's Letter to the Churches in Galatia
Betz exhibits a massive control of the literature on Galatians and especially of the ancient literature relevant for understanding it. He has a gently rigorous way of demolishing fanciful and unsupported exegesis of the past while still taking clear positions on controversial issues.

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Hermeneia: A Critical and Historical Commentary on the Bible, Augsburg Fortress, 1989, geb, 352 pp, € 48.50, 9780800660093
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Betz, Hans Dieter
The Sermon on the Mount: A Commentary on the Sermon on the Mount
To study these sermons with Betz is to be vastly informed about all forms of gospel criticism, and ultimately, about Jesus himself.

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Hermeneia: A Critical and Historical Commentary on the Bible, Augsburg Fortress, 1995, geb, 736 pp, € 72.50, 9780800660314
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Bovon, Francois
Luke 1, Commentary on 1:1-9:50
This is the first of a three-volume commentary on the Gospel of Luke, covering the birth narratives through the Galilean ministry of Jesus. The introduction covers the text-critical questions of the Gospel, as well as its canonization, language, structure, origin, and theological profile. Bovon argues that Luke is not a direct student of Paul, but represents a specific form of the Pauline school in the third generation of the churches. The author also treats how the Gospel was used in later generations: writers from the early church, the Middle Ages, and the Reformation. He includes excursuses on "The Virgin Birth and the History of Religions," "The Devil," "The Word of God," and "Forgiveness of Sins."

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Hermeneia: A critical and historical commentary on the Bible, Fortress Press, 2002, geb, 441 pp, € 73.50, 9780800660444
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Bovon, Francois
Luke 2, Commentary on 9:51-19:27
This is the second volume of Francois Bovons three-volume commentary on the Gospel of Luke, covering the narration of Jesus travel on the road to Jerusalemthe occasion in Luke of most of Jesus teachings to the disciples regarding faithfulness, perseverance, and the practice of justice and mercy. Bovons theological interest in Luke is at the forefront here: as he declares in the preface, I wish to examine his Gospel with the sober reserve of a scholar and with the confidence of a believer. For I hope in this manner to arrive at genuine understanding. Also distinctive is Bovons attention to the history of interpretation of this Gospel through time.

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Hermeneia: A Critical and Historical Commentary on the Bible, Fortress Press, 2013, geb, 560 pp, € 73.50, 9780800697594
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Bovon, Francois
Luke 3, Commentary on 19:28-24:53
Francois Bovon's magisterial commentary on the Gospel of Luke is justly renowned for its combination of judicious historical and literary treatment of the Evangelist's context and for its theological sensitivity, informed by the wealth of the Christian interpretative tradition. Luke is clearly writing history in the manner of his Hellenistic and Jewish contemporaries, but Bovon insists he remains as well "a theologian of the Word of God." This volume completes the three-volume work (based upon Bovon's four volumes in the German EKK series) and represents the author's careful revision and updating of the German original.
Hermeneia: A Critical and Historical Commentary on the Bible, Augsburg Fortress, 2012, geb, 492 pp, € 67.50, 9780800697600
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Bradshaw, Paul F., Maxwell E. Johnson
The Apostolic Tradition: A Commentary
"The anonymous early church order that became known as the Apostolic Tradition and conventionally attributed to Hippolytus of Rome has generated enormous scholarly discussion since its discovery in the nineteenth century. Surprisingly, however, there has never before been a comprehensive commentary on it such as there is for other patristic works. We have here attempted to remedy this defect, and at the same time we have offered the first full synoptic presentation in English of the various witnesses to its text. We have also taken the opportunity to develop our argument that it is neither the work of Hippolytus nor of any other individual. Instead, we believe that it is a composite document made up of a number of layers and strands of diverse provenance and compiled over a period of time, and therefore not representing the practice of any one Christian community." -from the Preface

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Hermeneia: A Critical and Historical Commentary on the Bible, Fortress Press, 2002, geb, 282 pp, € 46.00, 9780800660468
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Collins, Adela Yarbro
Mark
Professor Adela Yarbro Collins brings to bear on the text of the first Gospel the latest historical-critical perspectives, providing a full treatment of such controversial issues as the relationship of canonical Mark to the "Secret Gospel of Mark" and the text of the Gospel, including its longer endings. She situates the Gospel, with its enigmatic portrait of the misunderstood Messiah, in the context of Jewish and Greco-Roman literature of the first century. Her comments draw on her profound knowledge of apocalyptic literature as well as on the traditions of popular biography in the Greco-Roman world to illuminate the overall literary form of the Gospel. The commentary also introduces an impressive store of data on the language and style of Mark, illustrated from papyrological and epigraphical sources. Collins is in constructive dialogue with the wide range of scholarship on Mark that has been produced in the twentieth century. Her work will be foundational for Markan scholarship in the first half of the twenty-first century.

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Hermeneia: A Critical and Historical Commentary on the Bible, Fortress, 2007, geb, 894 pp, € 82.50, 9780800660789
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Collins, John J.
Daniel: A Commentary on the Book of Daniel
The most comprehensive English-language commentary on Daniel in 65 years. Collins situates the Old Testament in its historical context and offers a full explanation of the text, especially its religious imagery.

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Hermeneia: A Critical and Historical Commentary on the Bible, Fortress Press, 1994, geb, 500 pp, € 69.95, 9780800660406
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Conzelmann, Hans
1 Corinthians: A Commentary on the First Epistle to the Corinthians
Hermeneia: A Critical and Historical Commentary on the Bible, Augsburg Fortress, 1988, geb, 324 pp, € 57.00, 9780800660055
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Conzelmann, Hans
Acts of the Apostles
Filled with compact, almost aphoristic observations about the text, its background, and its theology. Its insight should sustain its value for a full generation.

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Hermeneia: A Critical and Historical Commentary on the Bible, Augsburg Fortress, 1988, geb, 288 pp, € 47.50, 9780800660185
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Conzelmann, Hans
The Pastoral Epistles: A Commentary on the Pastoral Epistles
There are many English commentaries on these letters, but none so replete with quotations (some quite extensive) from extra-biblical materials, whether Hellenistic, Jewish, or Christian, that bear on the linguistic and conceptual problems the letters contain.

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Hermeneia: A Critical and Historical Commentary on the Bible, Augsburg Fortress, 1989, geb, 176pp, € 33.00, 9780800660024
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Dibelius, Martin, Martin Greeven
James: A Commentary on the Epistle of James

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Hermeneia: A Critical and Historical Commentary on the Bible, Fortress Press, 1988, geb, 286 pp, € 48.90, 9780800660062
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Doran, R.
2 Maccabees. A Critical Commentary
The second-century B.C.E. Maccabean revolt against Seleucid oppression was a watershed event in early Jewish history and Second Maccabees is an important testimony to the revolt and its aftermath. Robert Doran's commentary on 2 Maccabees explores the interplay between history and historiography in the document. Providing detailed philological analysis of the elegant Greek of the text, Doran carefully sifts the evidence for the historicity of the events recounted, while giving full attention to the literary and rhetorical qualities that mark this dramatic narrative.

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Hermeneia: A Critical and Historical Commentary on the Bible, Fortress Press, 2012, geb, 361 pp, € 61.50, 9780800660505
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Haenchen, Ernst
John 1: A Commentary on the Gospel of John, Chapter 1-6

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Hermeneia: A Critical and Historical Commentary on the Bible, Augsburg Fortress, 1988, geb, 344 pp, € 41.50, 9780800660130
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Haenchen, Ernst
John 2: A Commentary on the Gospel of John, Chapters 7-21

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Hermeneia: A Critical and Historical Commentary on the Bible, Augsburg Fortress, 1988, geb, 344 pp, € 41.50, 9780800660154
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Hillers, Delbert R.
Micah: A Commentary on the Book of the Prophet Micah
With refreshing respect for the reader, Hillers lays out the evidence for his case cautiously and asks the readers to form their own decisions. He very sensitively explicates the many figures of speech and collects a most helpful set of biblical passages which illuminate the text. His skill in saying much in a few, well-chosen words is impressive.

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Hermeneia: A Critical and Historical Commentary on the Bible, Augsburg Fortress, 1988, geb, 116 pp, € 30.00, 9780800660123
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Hoffmann, Paul, John S. Kloppenborg, James M. Robinson (eds)
The Critical Edition of Q
The existence of Q (simply defined as the non-Markan material common to Matthew and Luke) as a document in the earliest churches was first hypothesized by C. H. Weisse in 1838. The existence, character, and significance of Q as a document from primitive Christianity has further been developed since then by numerous scholars, including the two groundbreaking Fortress Press books by John S. Kloppenborg: The Formation of Q (1987) and Excavating Q (2000).

Q remains a subject of heated debate. The Q material consists mainly of sayings of Jesus, but begins with some sayings of John the Baptist. For the most part narratives are missing; most conspicuously of all is the Passion Narrative.

The critical text edition will include an introduction; the running text of Q; new translations of Q in English, German, and French; the fully formatted Greek text of Q with parallels in Matthew, Luke, Mark, Gospel of Thomas, and other gospels wherever relevant; a concordance; and a bibliography.

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Hermeneia: A Critical and Historical Commentary on the Bible, Fortress Press, 2000, geb, 690 pp, € 76.00, 9780800631499
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Holladay, William L.
Jeremiah 1: A Commentary on the Book of the Prophet Jeremiah, Chapters 26-52
Holladay's English rendering translates identical words and phrases consistent, and compares the parallel passages which are a prominent feature of Jeremiah.

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Hermeneia: A Critical and Historical Commentary on the Bible, Fortress Press, 1989, geb, 682 pp, € 76.00, 9780800660178
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Holladay, William L.
Jeremiah 2: A Commentary on the Book of the Prophet Jeremiah, Chapters 26-52

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Hermeneia: A Critical and Historical Commentary on the Bible, Fortress Press, 1989, geb, 544 pp, € 46.75, 9780800660222
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Hossfeld, F. L., E. Zenger
Psalms 2: A Commentary on Psalms 51-100
This contribution to the acclaimed Hermeneia series provides in-depth analysis of Psalms 51-100. It is volume 2 of a three-volume work; volume 3 (Psalms 101-150) will come next, followed by volume 1 (Psalms 1-50), which will include the comprehensive introduction.

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Hermeneia: A Critical and Historical Commentary on the Bible, Fortress Press, 2005, geb, 554 pp, € 67.50, 9780800660611
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Hossfeld, F. L., E. Zenger
Psalms 3: A Commentary on Psalms 101-150
In this meticulous commentary, brilliantly translated by Linda M. Maloney (Review of Biblical Literature), Hossfeld and Zenger provide for each psalm a relevant bibliography of scholarship, a fresh translation, text-critical and philological details, and commentary on historical context, theological significance, literary structure, and reception (in Septuagint, Targums, and New Testament), engaging a wide range of scholarship as they proceed. Line drawings help to illustrate the Ancient Near Eastern context.

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Hermeneia: A Critical and Historical Commentary on the Bible, Fortress Press, 2011, geb, 600 pp, € 70.95, 9780800607623
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Jewett, Robert
Romans
Deeply conversant in the full range of questions and interpretations of the letter, Jewett's commentary explores the crucial and controverted passages that have always animated studies of Romans. Jewett also incorporates the exciting new insights from archaeology of the city of Rome, social history of early Christianity, social-scientific work on early Christianity, and the interpretation and reception of Paul's letter through the ages.

Breaking free from abstract approaches that defend traditional theologies, Jewett shows that the entire letter aims to elicit support for Paul's forthcoming mission to the "barbarians" in Spain. His work specifically focuses on Paul's missionary plans and how they figure in the letter, on Paul's critical and constructive tack with the Roman community, and finally and especially on how Paul's letter reframes the entire system of honor and shame as it informed life in the Roman Empire at the time. The latter remains a pertinent message today. The first commentary to interpret Romans within the imperial context as well as in the light of the situation in Spain, this landmark commentary, twenty-five years in the making, will set the standard for interpretation of Romans for the next generation.

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Hermeneia: A Critical and Historical Commentary on the Bible, Fortress Press, 2006, geb, 1000 pp, € 76.00, 9780800660840
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Klein, R.W.
1 Chronicles
This commentary takes full advantage of recent advances in the textual history of "Samuel" and "Kings", demonstrating in many cases that the differences often ascribed to the Chronicler came in fact from the divergent copy of the canonical books he was rewriting. Klein brings to lively expression the unique theological voice of the Chronicler and demonstrates there have been far fewer secondary additions to the text than is normally assumed.

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Hermeneia: A Critical and Historical Commentary on the Bible, Fortress Press, 2006, geb, 561 pp, € 53.50, 9780800660857
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Klein, R.W.
2 Chronicles. A Commentary
Ralph W. Kleins magisterial commentary on 1 and 2 Chronicles is now complete. Klein brings to lively expression the unique theological voice of the Chronicler and demonstrates there have been far fewer secondary additions to the text than is normally assumed. 2 Chronicles takes full advantage of recent advances in the textual history of Samuel and Kings, demonstrating in many cases that the differences often ascribed to the Chronicler came in fact from the divergent copy of the canonical books he was rewriting.

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Hermeneia: A Critical and Historical Commentary on the Bible, Augsburg Fortress, 2012, geb, 592 pp, € 60.50, 9780800661014
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Kruger, T.
Qohelet

Qoheleth presents a special challenge not only for professional commentators but also for 'normal' readers of the Hebrew text (or a modern translation). Most people in modern Western industrial societies . . . can relate without great difficulty to the reflections of the book of Qoheleth on work and rest or on behavior vis-a-vis those in power, and they can understand these reflections in terms of their own experiences. Nonetheless, the way in which these and other themes are handled in Qoheleth is a little puzzling. The fact that the book reveals no clear organization and no overall progression of ideas may be accepted as a literary peculiarity and perhaps even strike one as interesting. Yet when one finds on various themes many statements that are highly contradictory in both the broad and the narrow context, one begins to ask what could be the point of this book and what is the purpose expressed in it. The present commentary seeks to help answer these questions.

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Hermeneia: A Critical and Historical Commentary on the Bible, Augsburg Fortress, 2004, geb, 288 pp, € 56.95, 9780800660369
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Lattke, M.
The Odes of Solomon
Translated by M. Ehrhardt, ed. by Harold W. Attridge

Known until the 18th century only from fragmentary quotations and references in patristic literature, more recent discoveries of Greek, Coptic, and Syriac manuscripts have drawn fresh interest and attention to the Odes of Solomon, a collection of Christian poetry from the second century rich in imagery and exhibiting an exotic spirituality. Internationally renowned expert on the Odes Michael Lattke provides a meticulous translation and discussion of the textual transmission of the Odes, along with judicious commentary on the place of the Odes in the development of Gnosticism, Logos theology, and early Christian worship. Historians and students of early Christianity will find this commentary a valuable resource for years to come.

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Hermeneia: A Critical and Historical Commentary on the Bible, Augsburg Fortress, 2009, geb, 864 pp, € 74.95, 9780800660567
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Lohse, Eduard
Colossians and Philemon: A Commentary on the Epistles to the Colossians and to Philemon

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Hermeneia: A Critical and Historical Commentary on the Bible, Augsburg Fortress, 1988, geb, 234 pp, € 38.00, 9780800660017
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Luz, Ulrich
Matthew 01-07
The birth narrative, the baptism and temptation of Jesus, the beginnings of his Galilean ministry, and the Sermon on the Mount are all brilliantly illumined by Ulrich Luz's expert textual and historical-critical analysis and theological commentary. Luz brings special attention to the subsequent history of Christian appropriation of Matthew in homiletical and artistic interpretation, and addresses the terrible legacy of Christian anti-Judaism. This volume completes Luz's three-volume commentary on the Gospel of Matthew in the Hermeneia series. A translation of the earlier German edition of Matthew 1-7 appeared in Fortress Press's Continental Commentary series. The text has been thoroughly revised and updated.

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Hermeneia: A Critical and Historical Commentary on the Bible, Fortress, 2007, geb, 431 pp, € 67.50, 9780800660994
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Luz, Ulrich
Matthew 08-20
Luz's commentary is especially noteworthy, not only for his incisive exegesis, but also his keen eye for the importance of the history of interpretation and his attention to the relevance of the New Testament for contemporary Christian ethics. This commentary includes excursuses on Son of David; Matthew's Interpretation of the Parables; Peter in the Gospel of Matthew; and Son of Man.

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Hermeneia: A Critical and Historical Commentary on the Bible, Fortress Press, 2001, geb, 492 pp, € 79.50, 9780800660345
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Luz, Ulrich
Matthew 21-28
In this third volume, Luz brings his superlative analysis of Matthew's Gospel to a close. He is renowned for both his discerning exegetical insights as well as his tracing of the effects the text has had throughout history - in theological argument, art, and literature. This final section provides in-depth treatment of Jesus' final days - his entry into Jerusalem, the Passion Narrative, and post-resurrection appearances.

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Hermeneia: A Critical and Historical Commentary on the Bible, Fortress, 2006, geb, 681 pp, € 84.50, 9780800637705
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Murphy, Roland E.
The Song of Songs: A Commentary on the Book of Canticles or the Song of Songs
Murphy offers a representative sounding in the major periods of the Song's exegetical history. Attention is given to the hermeneutical principles operative in the development of Jewish and Christian exposition. Murphy examines the literary character and structure of the Song, aspects of its composition and style, and its meaning and theological significance.

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Hermeneia: A Critical and Historical Commentary on the Bible, Fortress Press, 1990, geb, 264 pp, € 43.00, 9780800660246
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Nickelsburg, George W. E.
1 Enoch 1: A Commentary on the Book of 1 Enoch, Chapters 1-36; 81-108
1 Enoch is one of the most intriguing books in the Pseudepigrapha (Israelite works outside the Hebrew canon). It was originally written in Aramaic and is comprised of several smaller works, incorporating traditions from the three centuries before the Common Era. Employing the name of the ancient patriach Enoch, the Aramaic text was translated into Greek and then into Ethiopic. But as a whole, it is a classic example of revelatory (apocalyptic) literature and an important collection of Jewish literature from the Hellenistic and Roman periods.

This volume represents the culmination of three decades' work on the Book of 1 Enoch for Nickelsburg. He provides detailed commentary on each passage in chapters 1-36 and 81-108, and an introduction to the full work. The introduction includes sections on overviews of each of the smaller collections, texts and manuscripts, literary aspects, worldview and religious thought, the history of ideas and social contexts, usage in later Jewish and Christian literatures, and a survey of the modern study of the book. (Volume 2 will cover chapters 37-80 and will be written by Nickelsburg and James VanderKam.)

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Hermeneia: A Critical and Historical Commentary on the Bible, Fortress Press, 2001, geb, 662 pp, € 79.50, 9780800660741
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Nickelsburg, G. & J.C. Vanderkam
1 Enoch 2. A Critical Commentary on the Book of 1 Enoch, Chapters 37-82
1 Enoch presents complex puzzles concerning wisdom, apocalyptic, and astronomical traditions in early Judaism, as well as the bewildering history of the books composition and transmission in different languages. Offering masterful judgments in lucid and accessible style, 1 Enoch 2 will be the definitive resource for decades to come.

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Hermeneia: A Critical and Historical Commentary on the Bible, Fortress Press, 2011, geb, 640 pp, € 73.50, 9780800698379
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Niederwimmer, Kurt
The Didache: A Commentary
One hundred twenty-five years ago, Philotheos Bryennios discovered the text of the Didache in an eleventh-century manuscript version. In 1883 he edited the manuscript for publication, and its special fascination for scholars remains undiminished. One of the oldest extracanonical Christian documents, the Didache's origins can be traced to the first century. It is apparently a catechism, intended to provide basic instruction in the Christian lifestyle and worship for persons preparing for baptism.

The Didache exhibits fascinating echoes of Jesus' teaching in its Matthean form, along with rare glimpses into the life of an early Christian community--its values, its observance of the Eucharist, its leaders, and the character of its hope.

Niederwimmer's wonderful commentary is a model of clarity and learning and a splendid addition to this premier commentary series.

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Hermeneia: A Critical and Historical Commentary on the Bible, Fortress Press, 1998, geb, 318 pp, € 46.00, 9780800660277
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Osiek, Carolyn
The Shepherd of Hermas: A Commentary
Extremely popular in its time, The Shepherd of Hermas is a second-century work often used for instruction of catechumens, and in fact, is widely regarded as scripture. In it Hermas, a rich freed slave whose wealth was not always lawfully obtained, undergoes and relates several visions (including one from an angel disguised as a shepherd), repents, and offers advice on Christian teaching and behavior.

Comprehensive and careful, Carolyn Osiek's is the only full-length commentary on "The Shepherd" in English. Hermas's revelations afford us glimpses of religious imagination, social world, and moral ideals among early second-century Roma

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Hermeneia: A Critical and Historical Commentary on the Bible, Fortress Press, 1999, geb, 320 pp, € 43.00, 9780800660635
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Paul, Shalom M.
Amos: A Commentary on the Book of Amos
Makes extensive use of ancient Near Eastern sources, and employs medieval Jewish exegesis along with modern Israeli biblical scholarship.

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Hermeneia: A Critical and Historical Commentary on the Bible, Fortress Press, 1990, geb, 440 pp, € 46.00, 9780800660239
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Pervo, R. I.
Acts
The Acts of the Apostles joins the Gospel of Luke with the ministry of Paul. Renowned New Testament scholar Richard I. Pervo shows how this masterful storyteller worked his magic, drawing on first-century literary techniques of narration and characterization. Luke's literary skills did not prevent scribes from re-writing his masterwork, however, the textual tradition of Acts is among the most intriguing of the documents of the New Testament, and is a focus here.

Elegantly written, Pervo's commentary provides a compelling interpretation of Acts in the context of Hellenistic literature and the emerging Christian movement, Readers will rediscover the "profit with delight" that was the ideal of ancient story-tellers.

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Hermeneia: A Critical and Historical Commentary on the Bible, Fortress, 2009, geb, 812 pp, € 75.95, 9780800660451
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Schoedel, William R.
Ignatius of Antioch: A Commentary on the Letters of Ignatius of Antioch

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Hermeneia: A Critical and Historical Commentary on the Bible, Fortress Press, 1985, geb, 306 pp, € 43.00, 9780800660161
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Stone, Michael E.
Fourth Ezra: A Commentary on the Books of Fourth Ezra

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Hermeneia: A Critical and Historical Commentary on the Bible, Fortress Press, 1990, geb, 520 pp, € 56.50, 9780800660260
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Strecker, Georg
The Johannine Letters
A scholarly treatment of the major literary, exegetical, and theological issues connected with the Johannine epistles, presented in a detailed and sustained fashion.

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Hermeneia: A Critical and Historical Commentary on the Bible, Augsburg Fortress, 1996, geb, 368 pp, € 44.00, 9780800660475
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Sweeney, M. A.
Zephaniah: A Commentary
The Book of Zephaniah poses a full range of interpretive and hermenutical issues for the modern reader. Sweeney's keen reading of this small, prophetic book opens new doors for Hebrew Bible research. He situates the reading of Zephaniah in the early sixth century b.c.e. rather than the late seventh century b.c.e.

Sweeney's interpretation pays close attention to the often subtle differences between the Masoretic Text, Septuagint, Dead Sea Scrolls, Peshitta, and targums. His methodology includes form criticism, tradition history, and social history.

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Hermeneia: A Critical and Historical Commentary on the Bible, Fortress, 2003, geb, 227 pp, € 45.50, 9780800660499
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Wolff, Hans Walter
Hosea: A Commentary on the Book of the Prophet Hosea

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Hermeneia: A Critical and Historical Commentary on the Bible, Augsburg Fortress, 1988, geb, 260 pp, € 41.50, 9780800660048
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Zimmerli, Walther
Ezekiel 1: A Commentary on the Book of the Prophet Ezekiel, Chapters 1-24

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Hermeneia: A Critical and Historical Commentary on the Bible, Augsburg Fortress, 1988, geb, 560 pp, € 67.50, 9780800660086
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Zimmerli, Walther
Ezekiel 2: A Commentary on the Book of the Prophet Ezekiel, Chapters 25-48

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Hermeneia: A Critical and Historical Commentary on the Bible, Augsburg Fortress, 1988, geb, 640 pp, € 67.50, 9780800660109
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