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New International Greek Testament Commentary: The Pastoral Epistles epub ebook

by George W. Knight III

New International Greek Testament Commentary: The Pastoral Epistles epub ebook

Author: George W. Knight III
Category: Foreign Language Study & Reference
Language: English
Publisher: William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company; First Edition edition (1992)
Pages: 514 pages
ISBN: 0853645329
ISBN13: 978-0853645320
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 736
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Restoration Quarterly "Knight is to be congratulated for his significant contribution to New Testament study.

Restoration Quarterly "Knight is to be congratulated for his significant contribution to New Testament study. Didaskalia "An exegetical handbook to the Pastoral Epistles. Well-written, clear, and concise.

Pages: 514 Publisher: Eerdmans Published: 1992 ISBN-10: 0802823955 ISBN-13: 9780802823953. He is rigorously exegetical, theologically conservative, and balanced in his interpretive judgments. I've assigned this book as a required textbook in a Greek exegesis course multiple times. Scot McKnight August 2, 2009 . 0000019073486 5.

George William Knight III (born 1931) is an ordained minister in the Orthodox Presbyterian Church

George William Knight III (born 1931) is an ordained minister in the Orthodox Presbyterian Church. He is a theologian, author, preacher, churchman, and adjunct professor of New Testament at Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary in Taylors, South Carolina. Formerly, he was the founding Dean and Professor of New Testament at Knox Theological Seminary

Knight III, George W. (1992). The Pastoral Epistles. ISBN 978-0-8028-2395-3. It is extremely thorough and deep

Knight III, George W. Retrieved April 26, 2016.

The Pastoral Epistles by George W. Knight II. Knight III. The Epistle to the Hebrews by Paul Ellingworth. The Epistle of James by Peter H. Davids. The Epistle to the Romans. Author: Richard N. Longenecker. Publication Date: 2016.

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Reviews (7)
Kigul
Knight is the gold standard for exegesis of the pastoral epistles. He explains the text clearly, including working through all exegetical issues and vocabulary. Knowledge of Greek is helpful here (this is the New International GREEK Testament Commentary, after all) but I think there is much insight to be gained without it. One thing i really appreciate about Knight is his ability to explain himself briefly ... he says in one paragraph what other commentaries might take 2-3 pages and I don't feel like I lost anything by not having their ambling discussions.

In preaching Titus, I had eight commentaries that I consulted. It quickly became apparent that there were two which were clearly the cream: this commentary, and John Stott (who is taking a more expositional approach). I feel like I could have had only these two and would not have been missing anything. Commentaries are expensive and a pastor's time is valuable ... do yourself a favor and get this commentary,

Steel balls
As with all of the NIGTC commentaries a level of Greek knowledge is necessary to fully utilize this commentary. Knight spends his commentary helping you to understand the meaning of the text at the word level. This book is filled with word studies and also is unique among most commentaries in that he spends time looking at the grammar of the text. He also interacts with other theologians which is helpful for understanding other views but at times it seems like you have been dropped into the middle of a conversation which you are missing the beginning of. Also, he does not attempt to go beyond the word or verse level of the text so an additional commentary like Mounce's WBC may be helpful for seeing some of the larger themes that are working within the pastoral epistles. Overall, I would highly recommend this commentary.

Drelahuginn
The absolute best commentary on the pastorals in print/electronic. I have used Stott's commentary (The Message of 1 Timothy and Titus), I have used Philip Towner's technical commentary (New International Commentary on the NT), the New American Commentary series on the pastorals (Lea and Griffin) and also the newer Preaching the Word commentary (Chappell and Hughes). NONE of those commentaries answered all my technical questions about the pastorals like Knight's commentary did. For preachers who want to grasp Paul's meaning in these epistles, this is the commentary for you. There is a lot of bibliography to read around, but it is still a great help.

Nothing personal
solid

Hanelynai
This is the type of commentary that blends scholarly insight with pastoral wisdom. Serious students of the Scriptures will appreciate the integrity of the work. Knowledge of the Greek will be very helpful. Dr. Knight is one of the finest Christian gentlemen you could ever meet and his quality shows through in his work.

Villo
Wow this was an incredible read. The Greek helps were often thoroughly elaborate and great in explaining details that would normally be missed in other commentaries. Highly recommend this book.

Ballazan
Great Book!!

A volume every pastor should have on his shelf. Knight takes his cue from the Greek text and works through the major issues in each letter. A student of Pauline theology will often see this volume cited in footnotes and endnotes by other writers and scholars because of its importance and completeness. The text is explained in a way that will satisfy those who don't know Greek, but that will also delve deeper for those who are conversant with the original language. Highly recommended and worth the price.

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