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    The Moody Bible Commentary (Hardback) Edited by Michael Rydelnik, Edited by Michael Vanlaningham, Contributions by Bryan O'Neal, Contributions by Winfred Neely, Contributions by Tim Sigler, Contributions by Julius Wong Loi Sing, Contributions by Kevin D Zuber, Contributions by James Coakley, Contributions by Eva Rydelnik, Contributions by John Jelinek

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    DescriptionNow you can study the Bible with the faculty of the Moody Bible Institute! Imagine having a team of 30 Moody Bible Institute professors helping you study the Bible. Now you can - with this in-depth, user-friendly one-volume commentary. Scripture being commented on is shown in bold print for easy reference, and maps and charts provide visual aids for learning. Additional study helps include bibliographies for further study and a subject and Scripture index. General editors Michael Rydelnik and Michael Vanlaningham have led a team of contributors whose academic training, practical church experience, and teaching competency make this commentary excellent for anyone who needs help understanding the Scriptures. This comprehensive and reliable reference work should be the first place Sunday school teachers, Bible study leaders, missionaries, and pastors turn to for biblical insight. The Moody Bible Commentary will help you better understand and apply God's written revelation to all of life!

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    The Moody Bible Commentary
    Authors and contributors
    Edited by Michael Rydelnik, Edited by Michael Vanlaningham, Contributions by Bryan O'Neal, Contributions by Winfred Neely, Contributions by Tim Sigler, Contributions by Julius Wong Loi Sing, Contributions by Kevin D Zuber, Contributions by James Coakley, Contributions by Eva Rydelnik, Contributions by John Jelinek
    Physical properties
    Format: Hardback
    Number of pages: 2173
    Width: 178 mm
    Height: 236 mm
    Thickness: 58 mm
    Weight: 1,814 g
    ISBN 13: 9780802428677
    ISBN 10: 0802428673

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    Moody Press,U.S.
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    Moody Press,U.S.
    Publication date
    01 February 2014
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    Author Information
    DR. MICHAEL RYDELNIK (Azusa Pacific University; Dallas Theological Seminary; Trinity International University) is Professor of Jewish Studies at Moody Bible Institute and the Bible teacher on "Open Line with Dr. Michael Rydelnik," answering listener Bible questions on over 200 stations nationwide across Moody Radio. The son of Holocaust survivors, he was raised in an observant Jewish home in Brooklyn, New York. As a High School student, Michael became a follower of Jesus the Messiah and began teaching the Bible almost immediately. He is the author of "Understanding the Arab Israeli Conflict" (Moody Publishers, 2004, Revised and Updated 2007) and "The Messianic Hope: Is the Hebrew Bible Really Messianic?" (B&H Publishers, 2010). He is the co-editor of the "Moody Bible Commentary," a commentary on the whole Bible by the faculty of Moody Bible Institute. Michael served on the translation team of the "Holman CSB" Bible and contributed to several other books and study Bibles. Michael is a regular contributor to the "Day of Discovery" television program and appeared in the Lee Stroebel video "The Case for Christ." Michael and his wife, Eva, have two adult sons who call and write all the time. The Rydelniks live in Chicago, IL and enjoy leading study groups to Israel and hiking with their two collies. DR. MICHAEL VANLANINGHAM is professor of Bible at the Moody Bible Institute in Chicago. He received his M.Div. in Systematic Theology from Talbot Theological Seminary and his Ph.D. in New Testament and Pauline Studies from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. He has written a number of articles for "The Master's Seminary Journal" as well as other publications.
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    Like unabridged dictionaries, there are commentaries that try to do too much that they become weighty, bulky, and come in multiple volumes that occupy space in our bookshelves. Then there are those like abridged dictionaries that are conveniently packaged in a smaller footprint but lack the depth and scope of coverage we need. What if we can have both in a single volume? Not many commentaries can do that. This new commentary by the faculty of Moody Bible Institute is a worthy addition to this category of good single volume commentaries. Called one of the "most ambitious projects ever undertaken" by the Moody Bible Institute, it aims to provide us with a concise, insightful, and informative enough for the general reader. With thirty contributors, all the 66 books of the Bible are covered with the hope that readers will adopt five basic criteria for understanding. Diligence in studying the Scriptures themselves Recognize that time is needed, so be patient Empowerment for understanding comes from the Holy Spirit Obedience is key to understanding Always room to learn What's Unique about this Commentary? It is a work done by MBI which takes pride in their slogan: "The Name You Can Trust." Making it understandable is foremost in the minds of the authors. It spends time working with difficult verses, making use of the literal, conservative, and consistent approach. It believes that the Old Testament points to Jesus. While the contributors base their commentary on the original languages, they also use the NASB English translation as the main English translation. I like the way the commentators weave in both Old and New Testament references to engage a whole Bible perspective. For example, in Genesis 3:1-6, the commentators do not simply deal with the sin of Adam and Eve. They describe the lead-up to the sin, and teaches us how often we can commit similar follies in our modern times. We get mini-sermons as well, seeing direct applications apart from t
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    Now you can study the Bible withthe faculty of Moody Bible Institute! Imagine having a team of 30 Moody Bible Institute professors helping you study the Bible. Now you can-with this in-depth, user-friendly one-volume commentary. With more than 2,000 pages and over 1.5 million words, "The""Moody Bible Commentary" is a one-of-a-kind, comprehensive Bible resource. Special features include: i1/2 Helpful introductions to each book of the Bible, giving information about the authors, their audience, and historical background.i1/2 Outlines that show organization and structure at a glance.i1/2 Clear discussions that shed light on difficult and debated passages, show how the Bible speaks to current issues in our culture, and highlight how the Old Testament predicts the Messiah.i1/2 Careful scholarship based in the original languages and offering a consistent method of interpretation.i1/2 Plus: ""Charts that clearly explain biblical concepts, maps that provide an overview of Bible lands and cities, Scripture and subject indexes that make it easy to locate themes and topics. Use "The""Moody Bible Commentary" to help you know God's Word and apply it in your daily life.