Your shelves may be full of commentaries and Bible reference volumes, but do you know who wrote them and why? Without a glimpse into authors lives, we may never learn how the personal faith of intellectual giants has shaped their work and careers.

This biographical survey of thirty-five twentieth-century evangelical Bible interpreters takes readers on a fascinating journey into the lives of such men as J.C. Ryle, Adolf Schlatter, F.F. Bruce, George Ladd, Donald Guthrie, R.K. Harrison, Walter Kaiser Jr., D.A. Carson, and N.T. Wright. It illuminates each scholars early years, educational development, faith, and contribution to scholarship.

Students, pastors, and anyone who owns commentaries and Bible reference volumes will find this a valuable resource.

Bible Interpreters of the 20th Century edited by Walter A. Elwell, J.D. Weaver

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