Reformation Heritage Bible Commentary: Colossians/Thessalonians
About the Volume
Paul’s Letters to the Colossians and Thessalonians are a wonderful ones, filled with rich descriptions of Christ, His work, and the blessings that He extends to all believers through their Baptism. It’s also a reminder to strive to stay with God, avoiding false beliefs and teachers. At the time of the Church’s great need, the Spirit worked through Paul to help proclaim the glory of Christ. Study these Epistles to see how Jesus fulfills His promises to His disciples and how they witnessed to others about Him in their teachings.
About the Series
The Reformation Fathers revitalized the Church with their influential biblical interpretations and application through reading, studying, translating, and preaching God’s Word. The Reformation Heritage Bible Commentary Series bring these teachings that have rung true for over five hundred years to you today with faithful commentary that stems from your beautiful Lutheran heritage.
This lay-level commentary helps you study the New Testament in a deep and meaningful way with commentaries and devotional warmth wrapped in an English Standard Version (ESV) and King James Version (KJV) translation. Both translations are kept side by side to showcase the historical and classic KJV translation alongside the more modern ESV. This series is perfect for church works, Bible class teachers, beginning theologians, or anyone interested in learning more about the Bible.
Each commentary features introductions, notes, charts, maps, applications, articles, and quotes from Church Fathers, including:
- John Hus
- Martin Luther
- Thomas Cranmer
- Philip Melanchthon
- John Calvin
- John Knox
- Martin Chemnitz
- Johann Gerhard
- Johann Albrecht Bengel
- John Wesley
Through broad contexts and specific verses, these historical, cultural, and doctrinal insights will lead you to a sound interpretation and application of the biblical text.
|Books of Bible||Colossians, 1 Thessalonians, 2 Thessalonians|
|Section of Bible||New Testament, Pauline Epistles|