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Daily Study Bible: New Testament Commentary

The much admired and used 17-volume Commentary set on the New Testament by William Barclay combines ease of reading and popular (devotional) exposition with the methods of critical scholarship.

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Professor William Barclay dedicated his life to the study and teaching of scripture via TV, radio, authoring books, and his position at the University of Glasgow. Barclay was intent on making his work understandable to "the man on the street". Concerning other lofty writers, he's quoted as saying “It is usually true that the man who is unintelligible is not unintelligible because he is ‘deep,’ but because he does not himself understand what he is talking about.”.

The Daily Study Bible is a verse-by-verse exegesis covering all 27 books of the New Testament. Barclay takes care to bring out the original meaning of Greek key-words and phrases in sections of scripture. In addition, his commentary, though controversial at times, is a trove of historical references and quotes by Tacitus, Suetonis, Livy, and many other Roman historians. 

This thoroughly researched 17-volume set is sure to be a valued addition to your study time. With unique views on many topics, this work will both challenge and sharpen your personal theology.

In PC Study Bible you will be able to take advantage of the many links to topics, author references, Greek words, and Bible references found in Barclay's Daily Study Bible commentary set. With the Features Plus Update, you can simply hover over these links to retrieve valuable information without losing your place.

An Excerpt:

Hebrews 6:1-3

The writer to the Hebrews was certain of the necessity of progress in the Christian life. No teacher would ever get anywhere if he had to lay the foundations all over again every time he began to teach. The writer to the Hebrews says that his people must be going on to what he calls teleiotes. The King James Version translates this word perfection. But teleios, the adjective, and its kindred words have a technical meaning. Pythagoras divided his students into hoi manthanontes, the learners, and hoi teleioi, the mature. Philo divided his students into three different classes — hoi archomenoi, those just beginning, hoi prokoptontes, those making progress, and hoi teleiomenoi, those beginning to reach maturity. Teleiotes does not imply complete knowledge but a certain maturity in the Christian faith.

(from The Daily Study Bible, by William Barclay: First Edition. Biblesoft Formatted Electronic Database Copyright © 2015 by Biblesoft, Inc. All rights reserved.)

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Access by Bible verse/passage.

Convenient short study lessons, with sometimes several lessons on a single passage.

Convenient short study lessons, with sometimes several lessons on a single passage.

Helpful detailed introduction for each Bible book (accessible directly by the 'Book Intro' tab)

Helpful detailed introduction for each Bible book (accessible directly by the 'Book Intro' tab)

Look for the 'More Info' tab on many sections to see additional articles

Look for the "More Info" tab on many sections to see additional articles

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After clicking the "More Info" tab, select an article

Key theological, critical, and technical terms (including ancient, medieval and reformation authorities) are available as links.

Key theological, critical, and technical terms (including ancient, medieval and reformation authorities) are available as links.

Links allow for quick study in many Encyclopedias and topical reference works.

Links allow for quick study in many Encyclopedias and topical reference works.

All references to writings of the Church Fathers, Josephus, and the Pseudepigrapha are linked

All references to writings of the Church Fathers, Josephus, and the Pseudepigrapha are linked

Double-clicking a highlighted reference brings up the writing.

Double-clicking a highlighted reference brings up the writing.

All of the (transliterated) Greek integrate with the Word Database in PCSB.

All of the (transliterated) Greek integrate with the Word Database in PCSB.

Double-clicking a word brings up the small word window in the lower left corner, which can be expanded into our main Word information dialog

Double-clicking a word brings up the small word window in the lower left corner, which can be expanded into our main Word information dialog

Branch out to bring up any of the Lexicons (in the right hand pane) by clicking on the Strong's number.

Branch out to bring up any of the Lexicons (in the right hand pane) by clicking on the Strong's number.

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Daily Study Bible: New Testament Commentary

Daily Study Bible: New Testament Commentary

The much admired and used 17-volume Commentary set on the New Testament by William Barclay combines ease of reading and popular (devotional) exposition with the methods of critical scholarship.

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