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Baptist Seminary of Kentucky: Library Resources: Bible Commentaries
This LibGuide will acclimate seminary students to the Georgetown College library resources and services available as they complete their Masters degree.
Commentaries provide introductions to and historical overviews of Biblical books and provide chapter-by-chapter, verse-by-verse comments on questions of historical context, theology, and interpretation. Commentaries on books may be stand-alone volumes, but are most often part of a series. Note the introductory material in a Bible commentary to discern the focus of a particular series. Some are more historical, some are more theological, and others are directed toward application in sermons.
Ancient Christian Commentary on Scripture by edited by Thomas C. Oden & Christopher A. Hall.
Call Number: Reference Collection, Various.
This 29 volume series from IVP anthologizes patristic commentary on the Holy Scriptures. These volumes are kept in the Reference Collection. They do not circulate, but can be used anywhere in the building.
Search the catalog for "ancient Christian commentary" as a phrase, along with the name of the biblical book in the title when you wish to find specific volumes.