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Dr. Reed Lessing is a veteran author for Concordia Publishing House. His latest book is Isaiah 56–66, the twenty-seventh volume in the Concordia Commentary series. We interviewed Dr. Lessing to find out more about him, his commentary, and its contribution to the church.  Tell me about yourself. I was born and raised in Denver, Colorado, and have enjoyed(...)

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Dr. A. Andrew Das’s book is the first faithfully Lutheran commentary on Galatians to carefully consider the full range of “new Paul” scholarship. What is this exactly? Concordia Commentary editor Dr. Christopher Mitchell explains: Simply put, the “new Paul” perspective is an interpretation of Paul’s Gospel that has rapidly become the predominant scholarly view in the(...)

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Pastors, scholars, and teachers know the Concordia Commentary volumes offer trustworthy theological exposition of the original inspired texts of the sacred Scriptures. In the newest volume of the series, Isaiah 56–66, Dr. Reed Lessing combines a meticulous analysis of the Hebrew with an engaging, memorable, and homiletical proclamation of the prophet’s meaning. He shows that(...)

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Quoted by our Lord Jesus Christ in his inaugural sermon in his hometown of Nazareth (Lk 4:18–19), Is 61:1–3 is commonly called the Fifth Suffering Servant Song in Isaiah, and for good reason. This programmatic text reverberates throughout the Gospel narratives in Christ’s ministry of preaching and healing, and particularly at His Baptism, when the(...)

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The Annual Meetings of the American Academy of Religion and Society of Biblical Literature will be held jointly in San Diego, California, on November 22–25. Attendees are invited to stop by the CPH book booth, #817, during the convention. We will have a full display of the twenty-seven volumes in print in the Concordia Commentary series,(...)

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