MacArthur NT Commentary 33 Vol. Set
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This 33-volume series provides reliable New Testament interpretation and practical Bible-study lessons from one of America’s favorite Bible teachers. John MacArthur provides verse-by-verse exposition with clear in-depth discussion that bring the text’s meaning to light.
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“The MacArthur New Testament Commentary series is the gold standard of Bible commentaries, plain and simple. Not since John Calvin labored in Geneva has one pastor stood in one pulpit and produced one body of divinity such as this. Exegetical, expository, doctrinal, homeletical, hermeneutical, insightful, pastoral, practical — each is present in this set. If you were to confine me to a room, in preparation for a sermon, with only an open Bible and one reference tool, this is it — the MacArthur New Testament Commentary, a peerless treasury of exposition. Never again in this generation will we see a work of this magnitude produced by one man.”
—Dr. Steven J. Lawson, Senior Pastor, Christ Fellowship Baptist Church, Mobile, AL
“This commentary not only illuminates the Biblical text, but has practical application that is personally beneficial, and also relevant for those teaching and preaching the Word. I, personally, turn to these commentaries often to help me interpret the text and find those transforming principles intended to change our lives.”
—Dr. Erwin W. Lutzer, Senior Pastor, The Moody Church, Chicago, IL
“The MacArthur New Testament Commentary is nothing less than a library of faithful exegesis and exposition. This project is unparalleled in our times, and John MacArthur has produced a masterful commentary series that demands attention and deserves a place in every preacher’s library—where it should be kept close at hand. These commentaries remind us all that expository preaching is very much alive. Each new volume should be greeted with enthusiasm and gratitude.”
—R. Albert Mohler, President, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Louisville, KY