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Number of Pages: 4370
Vendor: Thomas Nelson
Publication Date: 1988
Dimensions: 7.9 X 10.5 X 11 (inches)
Availability: In Stock
Series: Thru the Bible Commentary
Rick5 Stars Out Of 5Great priceOctober 3, 2014RickQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Great set of commentary easy to use and to understand also a great resource for bible study
brandy5 Stars Out Of 5excellent buyOctober 2, 2014brandya must have
Dana5 Stars Out Of 5Thru the Bible, 5 Volumes, by McGeeSeptember 4, 2014DanaQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Vernon McGee always puts it into today's language, even though he quotes from King James. Great set, great reference, great information.
Jamie McDonald5 Stars Out Of 5Incredible ValueAugust 24, 2014Jamie McDonaldQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Love this set! These Smyth sewn, durable hardcovers complement the free Thru The Bible audio teachings of Dr. McGee (available online) and follow the same 5-year cycle. Sometimes you want to review what you hear and this set allows one to quickly access and review the same content in printed form. I appreciate Dr. McGee's down-to-earth style. Highly recommended.
Mike02335 Stars Out Of 5Excellent set of brief, commentariesAugust 22, 2014Mike0233Quality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Vernon McGee is priceless, his view is broad in scope but precise in its interpretation.
Always use this set last in my sermon preparations
Great price for a priceless commentaries.
Q: Do these books come with dust jackets? Do they have a plastic cover on them or do they come literally as they are shown in the picture? Thanks.
These come as pictured, without the dust jackets.
Q: Does this commentary approach Genesis from a young earth creation perspective?
McGee takes an old universe but young earth approach to Genesis.
Q: Is this set identical to the individual books or is it highlights from the individual books?
All 5 individual books are included in this set.
Q: What is the demomination of the book?
This commentary is not specific to any denomination. J. Vernon McGee himself was ordained by the Presbyterian Church (USA). Based on his education, his theological background is a mixture of calvinistic and dispensational doctrines.