The Old Testament for Everyone

Following the series, “The New Testament for Everyone” (authored by N.T. Wright), Westminster John Knox Press has launched the next installment entitled “The Old Testament for Everyone.”

Written by prolific OT scholar, John Goldingay of Fuller Theological Seminary, this looks to be a fascinating set of books.  I’m excited to see what he does in this series!

Genesis for Everyone: Chapters 1-16

Genesis for Everyone: Chapters 17-50

Exodus and Leviticus for Everyone

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Andrew

2 thoughts on “The Old Testament for Everyone”

  1. Goldingay is one of these writers with the rare ability to write across many levels:
    hermeneutical volumes like his “Theological Diversity and the Authority of the OT” and “Models for Scripture”
    OT theological volumes like his 3-volume IVP set
    Technical-evangelical volumes like his Psalms commentaries
    *Uber-technical* volumes like his 2 vol. ICC set on Isaiah 40-55
    Brief technical volumes like his NIBC commentary on Isaiah

    And now these popular volumes!

    He really strikes me as one of these writers whose work will be utilized for many years to come!

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