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Reformed Expository Commentary

Reformed Expository Commentary

by Daniel M. Doriani, Philip Graham Ryken, Richard D. Phillips and Iain M. Duguid

All the books in the Reformed Expository Commentary (REC) series are accessible to both pastors and lay readers. Each volume in the series provides exposition that gives careful attention to the biblical text, is doctrinally Reformed, focuses on Christ through the lens of redemptive history, and applies the Bible to our contemporary setting. Series editors a… Read more…

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ESV Literary Study Bible

ESV Literary Study Bible

by Leland Ryken and Philip Graham Ryken

Combining thousands of insightful notes with the complete ESV Bible text, the Literary Study Bible helps readers understand God's Word more fully, in all its richness and beauty. It highlights the Bible's storylines, complex characters, historical settings, literary genres, motifs, theological themes, imagery, and important terms, making the Bible co… Read more…

Preaching the Word - Exodus

Preaching the Word - Exodus

by Philip Graham Ryken

To read Exodus is to encounter God. The book is about the mercy, justice, holiness, and glory of almighty God, who rules history by his sovereign power, saves the people of his covenant, and delivers his people from bondage. Once heard, the stories recorded in Exodus leave a lasting impression. Readers return to these great acts of redemption again and again… Read more…

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Preaching the Word - Ecclesiastes

Preaching the Word - Ecclesiastes

by Philip Graham Ryken

The book of Ecclesiastes is "about life, the way it really is," writes commentator Philip Ryken. Readers throughout the ages have been drawn to the way it honestly wrestles with the tedium of work, injustices in this life, the ravages of age, and the inevitability of death. But its wisdom, according to Ryken, is in teaching people to trust God with life'… Read more…

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Preaching the Word - Jeremiah and Lamentations

Preaching the Word - Jeremiah and Lamentations

by Philip Graham Ryken

The “Weeping Prophet,” the rabbis said, began wailing the moment he was born. Jeremiah had reason to weep—he witnessed the devastating consequences of life without God. Sadly, the relativism Jeremiah saw in ancient Israel predominates in America today. That’s why his words are so relevant for our lives. Better than anyone else, Jer… Read more…

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Reformed Expository Commentary: 2 Kings

Reformed Expository Commentary: 2 Kings

by Philip Graham Ryken

Despite the tragic events of 2 Kings, hope remains as God holds to his promise never to forsake David’s line. This historical book has everyday relevance as it shows both the consequences of idolatry and God’s concern for people in serious hardship. Most important, it prepares us to see our need for the true and greatest Prophet and King. Tracing the ove… Read more…

Reformed Expository Commentary: 1 Kings

Reformed Expository Commentary: 1 Kings

by Philip Graham Ryken

Dynasties, fractured kingdoms, prophecies of coming hardships—the book of 1 Kings is a grand, sweeping narrative of the beginning of the downfall of God’s people. Its size and scope may seem intimidating, but Phil Ryken shows us in this biblical, doctrinal, practical, and Christological commentary how this imposing book can be divided into three key sect… Read more…

Reformed Expository Commentary: Incarnation in the Gospels

Reformed Expository Commentary: Incarnation in the Gospels

by Daniel M. Doriani, Philip Graham Ryken and Richard D. Phillips

Incarnation in the Gospels is written as a commentary, with a focus on a theme rather than a particular Bible book. It is a look at the incarnation at Christmas in three of the Gospels. Daniel Doriani, addresses “The Hope of Israel” in Matthew, Philip Ryken, the “Songs for the Savior” in Luke and Richard Phillips, “The Coming of the Light” in th… Read more…

Reformed Expository Commentary: Luke (2 Vols.)

Reformed Expository Commentary: Luke (2 Vols.)

by Philip Graham Ryken

Philip Ryken's Luke 2 Volume Set - Reformed Expository Commentary indicates Luke wanted to provide an orderly account of the life of Jesus that would help people be more certain of the good news of his death and resurrection. The purpose of Ryken's commentary is simply to make Luke’s message clear for a contemporary audience by explaining, illustra… Read more…

Reformed Expository Commentary: Galatians

Reformed Expository Commentary: Galatians

by Philip Graham Ryken

Galatians - Reformed Expository Commentary by Philip Graham Ryken, is interpreted in line with Reformation teaching on this epistle, especially with respect to the doctrine of justification by faith alone. “Properly understood, the gracious gospel of Galatians liberates us from legalism,” Ryken writes. “But since we are legalists by nature, the book ch… Read more…

Reformed Expository Commentary: 1 Timothy

Reformed Expository Commentary: 1 Timothy

by Philip Graham Ryken

From worship and prayer to family and the use of money, the book of 1 Timothy is full of implications for life in the local church. But beyond these practical truths for all believers, Ryken writes, "Paul's purpose in 1 Timothy is to help his spiritual son remain true." Thus the book has special application to those in gospel ministry. … Read more…

The Prophets and the Apostolic Witness: Reading Isaiah, Jeremiah, and Ezekiel as Christian Scripture

The Prophets and the Apostolic Witness: Reading Isaiah, Jeremiah, and Ezekiel as Christian Scripture

by Philip Graham Ryken, Paul D. Wegner, Mark S. Gignilliat, John N. Oswalt, John W Hilber, Andrew T Abernethy, Andrew G Shead, Dana M Harris, William R Osborne, Gary Yates, Nicholas G Piotrowski, Mark Gignilliat, Dana Harris, Lissa M Wray Beal, President Dr Philip G Ryken, Alicia Jackson, John Hilber, Duguid , Gary E Yates, Alicia R Jackson and D

How should Christians read prophetic literature? Questions abound both in the academy and the church as to how to engage the prophets, particularly in light of the New Testament. The Gospel writers and the church fathers all read and appealed to the Old Testament, but are we as modern-day readers supposed to take the same approach? The Prophets and the Apos… Read more…

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