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Dr Tremper, III Longman

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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Outdated 24 février 2014
Par Lane B. Keister - Publié sur Amazon.com
I cannot be nearly as positive about Longman’s book as some on this page are. Most of the shortcomings of the previous editions are still there, and there are vast swaths of scholarship that he simply ignores. There is almost no mention of the Historical Commentary on the Old Testament (which has a growing number of volumes in it), which is not only available through Dove Booksellers (and most of them on Amazon as well), but represents extremely important scholarship. He mentions the name Renkema, for instance, in connection with Garrett/House’s commentary on Lamentations, but fails to rate Renkema’s own commentary, which is surely the most important detailed exegetical commentary of Lamentations in existence. Many of the recent International Critical Commentary volumes are missing, as well (Williamson on Isaiah 1-5, Goldingay/Payne on Isaiah 40-55, Mackintosh on Hosea, Salters on Lamentations). On Lamentations, he includes the Daily Study Bible entry, but not the ICC volume. Really? Absolutely none of John Currid’s commentaries are mentioned at all, nor are Dale Ralph Davis’s. Only one of Iain Duguid’s commentaries are mentioned (his Ezekiel volume), and none of John Mackay’s. So, among the four best living Old Testament commentators (in my estimation), only one receives any mention at all, and only for one of his books. I am well aware how huge the field is. It is impossible to include absolutely everything. But the gaps I have mentioned are particularly glaring for Reformed pastors. Reformed pastors should own every commentary published by Currid, Davis, Duguid, and Mackay (who among them have covered a huge amount of the Old Testament).

It is not very well updated, either. For instance, he shows no knowledge that Fox completed his Anchor Bible commentary on Proverbs (the second volume was published in 2009). His blurb on the first volume reads precisely the same as it did in the fourth edition (“The only drawback is that it covers just the first nine chapters. Hopefully, we will not have to wait too long for the rest of the commentary to appear,” page 78). Oops! He does include a review of every single contribution to the Revised Expositor’s Bible Commentary, which he edited. I’m glad he did that, don’t get me wrong, but without some of the other far more important contributions, it feels a bit like an advertisement for his own work. I counted only 35 new entries outside the REBC. There have been quite a few more than 35 new important commentaries written on OT books since 2007.

He still includes glaringly arrogant recommendations of his own commentaries, though not always. His blurb on his Job commentary is much more humble than his blurb on his Proverbs commentary, which I hope is an embarrassment to him (“You can guess my feelings on this commentary. I wouldn’t have published it if I didn’t like it!” p. 79).

There are many, many times when I disagree with his judgment on commentaries. For instance, his assessment of Hamilton’s Exodus commentary, while generally positive (which I do agree with wholeheartedly, as Hamilton’s commentary is one of my favorites on Exodus), includes a statement that I think is completely off the mark: “a good treatment of the text’s meaning without much further theological or canonical reflection.” And he only gave it 4 stars. If any commentary deserves 5 stars, it’s Hamilton on Exodus, and there is a LOT of theological and canonical reflection. He does not appear to have read this one yet.

This is not much of an update on the fourth edition, has numerous gaps (whereas Carson's counterpart on New Testament commentaries has practically none), and has more than hints of self-serving in it. I cannot recommend this book as a reliable guide to commentaries, I am sorry to say. The fourth edition was much better in its time (though still suffering from some of the problems mentioned, the problems were less glaring in older editions) than this fifth edition.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 great 28 juin 2013
Par W. Simmerman - Publié sur Amazon.com
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With so many commentaries to pick from, Longman gives me a great guide as to which ones to buy. His assessments seem fair and balanced from the commentaries from which I have read portions.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Four Stars for the Book, One Star for the Edition 8 février 2014
Par Tim - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This book is certainly helpful, though it is a bit outdated.
My complaint is with the fifth edition. It contains few additions and misses a number which should have been included. If you have the fourth edition, you do not need to purchase this one.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Brief and Succinct 6 février 2014
Par T. Miller - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This book is a very helpful guide amid the vast sea of OT commentaries. It ought to reside in a prominent place on the desk of every pastor.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great Resource 8 août 2014
Par spence3338 - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Great resource that gives helpful reviews of Old Testament Commentaries. The book is laid out well, going book by book through the Old Testament, and listing resources in bibliographic form. The rating system uses stars to indicate quality, and notes whether the work will be helpful for the layman, minister, or scholar.

Some drawbacks I noticed are 1) the list of commentaries reviewed are not exhaustive, and 2) the book does not review Old Testament introductions or theologies. On the first point, anyone who is searching for commentaries knows that there are many on almost every book of the Bible (hence this work), but I felt as thought some of the individual commentary lists were a little short, and I frequently come across Old Testament commentaries that are not contained in this work. I would like to see more works reviewed in a resource like this, but maybe it is selective on purpose. On the second point, this is just something extra I want because D. A. Carson's companion work on New Testament commentaries includes this; so I really can't take stars away for something that is outside the scope and title of the book.

Overall, very helpful in evaluating Old Testament commentaries and finding quality resources that aid in biblical study.
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