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"In the desert of biblical scholarship that tries to deconstruct or get behind the texts, the patristic commentators let the pure, clear waters of Christian faith flow from its scriptural source. Preachers, teachers and Bible students of every sort will want to drink deeply from The Ancient Christian Commentary on Scripture."
—Richard John Neuhaus, president of Religion and Public Life and editor-in-chief of First Things
"The Reformation was ignited by a fresh reading of Scripture. In this series of commentaries, we contemporary interpreters are allowed to feel some of the excitement, surprise and wonder of our spiritual forebears. Luther, Calvin and their fellow revolutionaries were masterful interpreters of the Word. Now, in this remarkable series, some of our very best Reformation scholars open up the riches of the Reformation's reading of the Scripture."
—William H. Willimon, professor of the practice of Christian ministry, Duke Divinity School
"The Bible Speaks Today series of biblical commentaries have earned a justified welcome place in the collections of preacher/pastors for their popular expositions of Bible books brought by well-credentialed scholars."
—John de Hoog, Vox Reformata, 2016
"There simply is no series of medium-length commentaries that approaches the excellence of the Tyndale commentaries."
—Donald A. Hagner, Fuller Theological Seminary
"The announcement of InterVarsity's series Ancient Christian Texts, to complement the highly successful Ancient Christian Commentary on Scripture, is good news, in the richest sense of that term. . . . This undertaking will be a great service to all who love the Bible."
—Joseph T. Lienhard, S.J., Professor of Theology, Fordham University; Past President, North American Patristic Society