These commentaries includes a simple, straight-forward summary of each chapter of the Bible with notes and observations designed to to enhance the reader's understanding of Scripture.
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As an ordained minister with over a quarter century of service, I have built up a considerable library of resources to assist me in the study of God’s Holy Word. Among the most accessible is Dr. Rayburn W. McLeod’s two-part series, The Old Testament & The New Testament: A Layman’s Commentary. In these volumes Dr. McLeod skillfully expounds the meaning of the Biblical text within its overall context in clear and concise language. Each book of the Bible begins with a short summary that is both scholarly and pastoral, giving readers not only background information, but how the Word fits into God’s overarching plan of redemption through Jesus Christ. It is a work that blesses both the mind and spirit. I know you will be blessed by it as well.
Rev. Dr. John C. Minihan, MDiv., ThM., DMin.
Christ Presbyterian Church
Huntington, West Virginia
I think the commentaries by Dr. McLeod are right on target with what church members need to understand about what it means to be a Christian. . . I have read both commentaries from cover to cover, and they are quality Christian study and reference books.
Bobby Gene Cooper
The two-volume set of commentary on the Old Testament and the New Testament by Wayne McLeod is a remarkable work. It is literally a visible, living demonstration of the obedience of one many to simply do what he gelt led to do in following God. . . So whether you are a pastor or a teacher or just someone of us who wants to join those who would be obedient servants to our Lord, this commentary is valuable to keep [within] arm’s length, just to reach out and grab and listen to the Word of God and what another servant heard from God as he read and studied. It will bless your heart.
Mississippi Baptist Convention Board