The Evangelical Exegetical Commentary: James

The next installment in the ongoing publication of commentaries in the Evangelical Exegetical Commentary series is James.  The author of that volume, William Varner, has granted me access to it (sending along a pdf) which I’ve spent the last days going through.  Here’s my review.

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I am a Pastor, and Lecturer in Church History and Biblical Studies at Ming Hua Theological College.
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3 Responses to The Evangelical Exegetical Commentary: James

  1. Thanks for the good review. Are you aware of others who have reviewed this volume or other volumes of the EEC?

    From Ukraine … or Russia … or Moldova … or wherever WordPress is telling you I’m at! 🙂

    John R. Gentry


    • Jim says:

      i’ve reviewed several of them. just search evangelical exegetical on the old blog and youll doubtless find them. i dont know if others have. they should. and no, there are no others on james because it hasnt been published yet. my review is of the prepublication pdf.


  2. BTW, I was actually logged on to a U.S. server when I made the previous comment, so I’m doubtful it will say I was in the eastern hemisphere like this one should. 😉


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