All the major writings on the Old Testament by the famous German scholar and theologian Ernst Wilhelm (E. W.) Hengstenberg (1802-69), featuring his best-known work, the Christology of the Old Testament.
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Here Biblesoft brings together all the major writings on the Old Testament by the famous German scholar and theologian Ernst Wilhelm (E. W.) Hengstenberg (1802-69), featuring his best-known work, the Christologie des Alten Testaments (Christology of the Old Testament), published between 1829 and 1835, and revised in 1854-7. This work, originally written while he was still a young scholar (in his late twenties), is subtitled, "Commentary on the Messianic Passages", and covers all the key passages from the Pentateuch and the Prophets, as well as the Psalms. The second edition (3 vols) was published in 1854-57, with our English translation (4 volumes) in 1863.
The other writings in this collecton are:
The History of the Kingdom of God under the Old Testament [2 volumes] (posthumously published 1869-71)
Egypt and the Books of Moses (1841)
Commentary on the Psalms [3 volumes](1842-7)
Commentary on Ecclesiasties (1859), with other treatises on the Old Testament, including lectures on Isaiah and the Book of Job
The Prophecies of Ezekiel Elucidated (1867-8)
Note: The Christology of the Old Testament and the History of the Kingdom of God under the Old Testament are also available for purchase together as a smaller 6-volume collection.
For added value consider adding Hengstenberg's classic New Testament Commentaries on the Gospel of John (2 vols) and the Book of Revelation (2 vols)—a $90 value, for just $19.95!—by ordering the complete E. W. Hengstenberg Collection, which includes these 4 volumes.
You will find the Christology of the Old Testament and the commentaries on the Psalms, Ecclesiastes and Ezekiel, all accessible by Bible verse directly under the Commentary menu. All the titles in this collection are also available under "The Works of E. W. Hengstenberg" in the Books menu.