Lutheran Bible Companion Set
Tap into the treasures of God’s Word with the Lutheran Bible Companion, the first-ever comprehensive guide to the Bible featuring commentary that reflects Lutheran theology.
In this two-volume set, readers find new understanding for personal meditation or preaching in the expansive timeline of the Old and New Testament, as well as the Intertestamental Era. Fascinating insights on the Bible’s themes provide additional depth:
- Theological topics and literary features found in each book of the Bible
- Significant events, people, and places found in detailed outlines and maps
- Biblical reflections from Martin Luther and Johann Gerhard
- Color photography and art illustrating stories, daily life, and landscapes (600+)
- Hardback. 2 volumes. 1,128 and 1,016 pages.
- The font size is 11 point.
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Walk through the Lutheran Bible Companion and explore the history of the Old Testament and New Testament with these Bible studies: Thine is the Kingdom and Thy Kingdom Come.
"Entering the pages of the Lutheran Bible Companion is like taking a seat at a never-ending banquet, where the fare is plentiful but can never be totally consumed. To quote Martin Luther in his observation about studying the Scriptures, “There is always something left over to understand and to do. Therefore you must never be proud as if you were already full.” The Lutheran Bible Companion is a 'must have' resource for those who truly want to be satisfied with the Spirit-filled illumination of God’s Word as we learn how culture, context, and historical events can enhance our desire to drink deeply of His wisdom, commands, and promises."
—Dr. Kurt Senske, CEO Lutheran Social Services of the South, Author The Calling: Live a Life of Significance (Concordia, 2010)
"The Lutheran Bible Companion is a fine resource that will nicely supplement The Lutheran Study Bible. It provides a comprehensive overview for laypeople of the books of the Old and New Testaments and Apocryphal writings, including historical and geographical background along with doctrinal themes. Lutheran Bible Companion is unique in that it provides a rare combination of art, maps, charts, and literary and theological commentary on the texts of the Holy Scriptures. There is really nothing quite like it on the market today. Pastors will want to make sure the members of their congregation learn about it."
—Rev. John T. Pless, Assistant Professor of Pastoral Ministry/Missions Concordia Theological Seminary, Fort Wayne, IN
|Lutheran Bible Companion Volume 1: Introduction and Old Testament (1)|
|Lutheran Bible Companion Volume 2: Intertestamental, New Testament, and Bible Dictionary (1)|