CUSTOMER REVIEWSJewish New Testament Commentary for e-Sword
Good commentary. I have the hard copy but because (7/1/2017)
Reviewed by (Rich Shade, Erie, PA) - Jewish New Testament Commentary for e-Sword
Good commentary. I have the hard copy but because I do a lot of blogging and have a channel on Disqus I use the sources of esword to make my points. This is another bullet in my gun.
REALLY GOOD!! (6/2/2015)
Reviewed by (Ram Vandereay, Handan, Hebei, China) - Jewish New Testament Commentary for e-Sword
This is an amazing product... I love the insights.
I live in China where the availability of products for one to study the word of God is VERY limited, as always I find the sources for e-sword to be of the greatest importance. If you're reading this comment please think about how fortunate you may be to live in a country where you can access the word of God without restrictions.
ok... Now I understand (10/9/2014)
Reviewed by (sharron Clark, Poulsbo, WA) - Jewish New Testament Commentary for e-Sword
I can now read 3 dimensionally, here's an example, concerning Romans 16:1 The usual English term for this office is "deacon," which transliterates the Greek word; and the closest Hebrew equivalent is "shammash" (Yiddish "shammes"),...
This is reading with understanding. THANK YOU FOR ALL YOUR GOOD WORK
Good resource (5/11/2014)
Reviewed by (Mark Hermes, Cabot, Ar) - Jewish New Testament Commentary for e-Sword
Looked first at Matthew 1 and what it had to say about the genealogies of Jesus. Very informative. Has very good background study. I recommend having it with your E Sword.
Reviewed by (Ira Hargis, Sapulpa, OK) - Jewish New Testament Commentary for e-Sword
The Jewish Commentary on the NT, gives fresh insight into the New Testament.
Being use to mostly Anglo-Saxon commentary, this is a very useful and helpful Commentary.
Reviewed by (Tony Espino, Imperial, CA) - Jewish New Testament Commentary for e-Sword
It's a commentary worth having. But there are some books of the Bible that contain no commentary portion. So for this fact the commentary offered no insight into the book I was studying. But skimming through I enjoyed what I read and will use it when I study other books.
Complete Jewish Bible Commentary (10/1/2013)
Reviewed by (Sarah Allen, Ruffinn, Ruffin, nc) - Jewish New Testament Commentary for e-Sword
Wonderful bible Excellent for bible study.
Worthwhile purchase (8/18/2013)
Reviewed by (Paul Richardson, Pillar Valley, NSW, Australia) - Jewish New Testament Commentary for e-Sword
I really value the added Jewish/Hebrew insights that David Stern is able to bring to what has been a Christian Scripture. I have used his insights in both a teaching and preaching capacity. I first bought the book, but am very pleased to have his work added to e-Sword
Excellent Commentary (6/16/2013)
Reviewed by (Dan Price, Madaba, Madaba, Jordan) - Jewish New Testament Commentary for e-Sword
This is an excellent commentary, which utilizes the proper understanding of the Jewish roots of Christianity, thereby providing better insight into the writers' background and thoughts.
Excellent Help (6/2/2013)
Reviewed by (Darwin Steele, Lafayette, CO) - Jewish New Testament Commentary for e-Sword
I am in school and this resource has been able to give clarity on several questions and customs. That was the reason I purchased this in the first place and it has lived up to those expectations.
Great Resource (4/30/2013)
Reviewed by (Jeff Bell, Bakersfield, CA) - Jewish New Testament Commentary for e-Sword
Another great resource with insight from a different perspective. This is where it's unique and I'd recommend for anyone.
Messianic Judaism (4/2/2013)
Reviewed by (Gordon Hodgson, Wamuran, Qld, Australia) - Jewish New Testament Commentary for e-Sword
Insightful look at the "true" Jewishness of the Bible. Helps in understanding what is really going on with God's Covenant. Explains why the last portion of the bible is a continuation of the Covenant(s) God has with his people. The Christian Church is identified as a part of the Hebrew faith and not separate from it.
After purchasing a hard copy of this commentary, I found the additional cosr worthwhile since it makes access to it some much easier. The Complete Jewish Bible is an essential part of this purchase also
Understand what writers meant (9/6/2012)
Reviewed by (Cezary Niewiadomski, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia) - Jewish New Testament Commentary for e-Sword
It is very insightful to learn what original writers had in mind when they used words to describe theological concepts. Obviously their vocabulary was limited, but learning their background and thought patterns of the Hebrew people, helps so much to understand the message of the Bible. Another important factor is to learn idioms used in wiring. We take it for granted but we use so many of them and everyone knows what they mean. But for those who learn another language it is so obvious that every language is made of idioms, therefore we should learn do discover the difference between precise expressions and idiomatic ones. The Commentary helps me a lot in understanding the Word of God. Active links save lots of time in checking up references and transferring biblical text to any other document (preparing sermons, Bible study materials, discussion papers) or to the Web. e-Sword is a wonderful tool and eStudySource resources complement it in every possible way. Could not wish for better Bible tools.
Reviewed by (Anthony Clark, Port Augusta, South Australia, Australia) - Jewish New Testament Commentary for e-Sword
I highly recommend it (7/24/2012)
Reviewed by (Andrei Enache, Kirkland, WA) - Jewish New Testament Commentary for e-Sword
It took a while to get used to the Jewish names and words, but I think that the author explains very well the letters of Paul, taking into consideration the Jewish customs and way of writing. He quotes rabbbis and Christian scholars, when he interprets a text, he gives the literal translation and the other interpretations. I like it a lot.
Cons: he uses Jewish names and it could be distracting at first.
A Must Have! (7/16/2012)
Reviewed by (Pastor Kim Kee, Akron, Ohio) - Jewish New Testament Commentary for e-Sword
This is a must have for any student of the scriptures. It restores the Hebrew thought back to the scriptures which renders a more complete understanding of any subject matter. You wont regret having this commentary.
best commentary (5/1/2012)
Reviewed by (Mark Wilson, Tyler, TX) - Jewish New Testament Commentary for e-Sword
Stern's commentary opens up the world of the Master and his disciples. His explanations of the thorny issues brings clarity not found in standard theological lines. His scholarship is outstanding and his clarity superior. This is the first commentary I would recommend in a library.
a MUST commentary (3/26/2012)
Reviewed by (JoAnne Stanley, Crossville, TN) - Jewish New Testament Commentary for e-Sword
This commentary helps to straighten out misunderstandings present in New Testament teachings. The writers of the N.T. were Hebrew speaking Jewish people and their idioms, their perspectives on the real message don't always translate easily into English. Couple that with centuries of the doctrines of men and we need help understanding our Bible. This commentary, especially if read along side the Complete Jewish Bible will energize your studies and fire up your spirit! Highly recommended!!
Reviewed by (Al Bedard, North Branch, MN) - Jewish New Testament Commentary for e-Sword
The CJB Commentary gives a wonderful insight and perspective to the Word for who are not Jewish in background. I recommend both the CJB and its companion Commentary to all who study God's Word.
JNTC Review (1/4/2012)
Reviewed by (Bettye Naler, Owens Cross Roads, Alabama) - Jewish New Testament Commentary for e-Sword
I have not used my JNTC extensively but have benefited from the few times I have used it. I am looking forward to getting even more insight as I study the NT.
A fresh viewpoint. (12/29/2011)
Reviewed by (Douglas Godbey, Quinby, Virginia) - Jewish New Testament Commentary for e-Sword
The book offers a different view point to the Second or New Testament. Contrary to the teachings of the past, Jesus was (and still is) Hebrew. Much of what we read nowadays comes from Bible scholars that view things from a Western position. This is NOT to say they are (or were) wrong, just not completely correct about the finer points in the Scriptures. The Bible was written in Hebrew, by Hebrews, thinking in ways the modern Western world doesn't. This book comments of the Scripture from a Hebraic Christian Scholar's mindset. It opens the New Testament in a different way than Gill or Matthew Henry does. Well worth the cost because it can add another facet to the Christian life.
Verbal Distractions (12/29/2011)
Reviewed by (Ken Chant, Werrington, NSW, Australia) - Jewish New Testament Commentary for e-Sword
I've not read enough of the commentary to make a truly informed judgment. But I did take a first look at it today, choosing at random Galatians 5:11. I was at once irritated by a cluster of pompous verbal distractions that added absolutely nothing to the value of the exposition. In two short paragraphs there were several occurrences of Sha'ul and Yeshua, plus a clumsy "execution stake".
If the remainder of the commentary is equally replete with such linguistic pretensions, I will be too annoyed to make much use of it.
The Jewish New Testament helps in all the areas I (12/29/2011)
Reviewed by (Dr. John Nordman, Devonport, TASMANIA, Australia) - Jewish New Testament Commentary for e-Sword
The Jewish New Testament helps in all the areas I have used so far to help in the understanding of the text when teachings others.
It's easy application and resource will find itself used by many who wise to better understand the Word of God.
Great Commentary (12/29/2011)
Reviewed by (Alice Sumner, The Woodlands, Texas) - Jewish New Testament Commentary for e-Sword
I've used this commentary in book form for many years and I am so happy that they finally have it for E-sword. You will get a whole new viewpoint of the New Testament Scriptures from a Jewish perspective. You will come to understand phrases that have perplexed most Christians because they are Jewish sayings. This book will really open your eyes and help you in your studies and in understanding our Lord, the Apostles and the early Church much better. Thank you once again eStudySource for giving us great products to help us understand the Scriptures.
Reviewed by (W.L. Smythers, Galax, Va) - Jewish New Testament Commentary for e-Sword
Great for seeing the jewish background and meaning of the word. A great tool for the pastor or the teacher
Jewish New Testament (12/29/2011)
Reviewed by (Virgil Nolen, Durham, N.C.) - Jewish New Testament Commentary for e-Sword
Jewish New Testament
Jewish new testament commentary (12/29/2011)
Reviewed by (Janet Ellen Shen, Yishun south, Nil, Singapore) - Jewish New Testament Commentary for e-Sword
I am glad JNTC is now available digitally so I can access where ever I go. I hve a hard copy of JNTC.
An Excellent Insight (12/29/2011)
Reviewed by (Stephen Jovanovic, Christchurch, Canterbury, New Zealand) - Jewish New Testament Commentary for e-Sword
This is an excellent commentary to use alongside the Complete Jewish Bible (CJB) when wanting to look at Scripture from a Jewish perspective. I believe David Stern has achieved this. The History behind the Scriptures are a valuable insight to Jewish thinking, and moreover very helpful in gaining understanding from a historical/cultural perspective in exegetical study.
Jewish New Testament Commentary for e-Sword PC (12/29/2011)
Reviewed by (Doug Dickson, Bush, LA) - Jewish New Testament Commentary for e-Sword
Jewish New Testament Commentary for e-Sword PC.
Just what I was looking for in a New testament Commentary. well worth the cost.
Recommended buy (12/12/2011)
Reviewed by (Crystal Samples, GRANVILLE, OH - Ohio) - Jewish New Testament Commentary for e-Sword
For those who are interested in exploring the depths of the riches of the Jewish background of the New Testament, this is one of those commentaries you should own. I knew Dr Stern and studied with him in California. He is a faithful biblical scholar and man of God.