• 1 & 2 Chronicles

    Joshua E. Williams & Calvin F. Pearson

    In this commentary, authors Joshua E. Williams and Calvin F. Pearson explore the interrelated themes of divine covenant, the worship of God's people, the kingdom as God envisions it, and the God-formed community found in this far-ranging and didactic narrative.
  • 1 & 2 Kings

    David B. Schreiner & Lee Compson

    1 and 2 Kings present an overarching view of Judah and Israel as kingdoms both in their glory and their degradation. By examining these books and presenting thorough exegesis within preachable units of text, Schreiner and Compson guide preachers and teachers in articulating biblical--and therefore eminently meaningful--applications for Christians.
  • 1 Peter

    Timothy E. Miller & Bryan Murawski

    In 1 Peter, Timothy Miller and Bryan Murawski demonstrate how the activity of the triune God provides both encouragement and exhortation to the first-century readers of 1 Peter. The God who created and called believers has both redeemed them and empowered them to stand firm in the face of the world’s rejection.
  • Acts

    John D. Harvey & David Gentino

    In Acts, John D. Harvey and David Gentino tease out the multifaceted yet compatible purposes apparent in Acts.
  • Colossians and Philemon

    Adam Copenhaver & Jeffrey D. Arthurs

    Colossians and Philemon were penned at roughly the same time to an overlapping set of recipients. Paul, writing out of great concern, urges his fellow believers to make Jesus Christ the foundation of their lives. By expounding on the divine person, finished work, and exalted position of Christ, the apostle entreats his readers to stand against false teaching, pursue reconciliation, and be united with...