New Module - Keil and Delitzsch OT Commentary

Written by Michael Hanel on April 13th, 2007

I’m not sure this new module really needs much of an introduction. Love it or hate it, the Keil and Delitzsch Old Testament Commentary is a classic in conservative scholarship. This is not a commentary in the style of Matthew Henry or even the Popular Commentary posted on the blog earlier. This is a technical and critical look at the Hebrew Bible with all of the insight of a past age ready to speak. This one is a must for anyone in the exegetical field, even if you don’t agree with Keil and Delitzsch, they will make you think.


This version was put together by the good efforts of Mr. Willem Swanepoel of Krugersdorp, South Africa and we thank him for allowing other users to benefit from his work!

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