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Belief: A Theological Commentary on the Bible

Martha L. Moore-Keish

  • 9/23/2019
  • 0664232647
  • 978-0-664-23264-1
  • Hardcover Printed Case
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  • Hardcover Printed Case
  • 205
  • 6 x 9
  • 19.00 oz

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"The value of this commentary, like the others in this series, is the theological vision brought to bear on the exegesis. Moore-Keish is supremely qualified for this task, with her deep roots in Reformed theology and long engagement with world religions." —The Presbyterian Outlook

“I highly recommend the Belief series! The authors are widely respected theologians who aid pastors and teaching by bringing the biblical text into creative theological conversation with contemporary concerns.” —Roy Howard, Pastor, St. Mark’s Presbyterian Church, North Bethesda, Maryland

“For the preacher who seeks to do justice not only to biblical texts in all their complexity, but also to the richness of historical and contemporary theology, the Belief series offers a vital new tool.”—Maxwell Grant, Senior Minister, Second Congregational Church of Greenwich, United Church of Christ

“Again and again, the careful scholarship and liveliness of the witness of each author have not only brought theological insight, but also new frameworks for preaching and looking at my own life of faith. This is an excellent series, the best one I have found for parish ministry.”—Kelly Nelson, Pastor, Christ Lutheran Church, Crawfordsville, Indiana

“As one who preaches regularly and teaches both clergy and laity, I find the Belief series to be just the kind of resource I depend upon for my own preparation and to recommend to adults who wish to move carefully through a book of the Bible. The approach is scholarly rich, theologically nuanced, and accessible to the thoughtful reader.” —Patricia J. Lull, Bishop of the Saint Paul Area Synod, Evangelical Lutheran Church in America

“In her splendid new commentary on James, Martha Moore-Keish helps us discover once again how much we need this often-neglected epistle. How are Christians to act in the midst of today's divisions, violence, and rage? How are we to face our own fears in an Age of Fear? James helps us see that "God has already given us what we need: the Word, which is love for one another and for the whole wounded world." Moore-Keish's James arrives as a special gift to pastors as they seek to nurture congregations in the call to Christian discipleship.” –Erskine Clarke, Publisher, Journal for Preachers


1 & 2 Timothy and Titus
1 Corinthians
1 & 2 Thessalonians