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Tuesday, January 04, 2011

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Paul H

Nice! I'm not sure how many of the Old Testament individual volumes I would buy or read, but I've been looking forward to Genesis and Exodus in particular.

Deacon Harold

I agree Paul! I'm glad the Genesis edition is finally shipping (I ordered it a while ago). I plan on buying at LEAST the Pentateuch volumes.

Dan Deeny

Glad to see this. It is reasonably priced. Looking forward to commentaries on Eve's confrontation with Satan. I don't think she had a fair chance. In To Heal a Fractured World, Rabbi Jonathon Sacks has some very interesting commentary

Jon

Cool! Any word on when the Old Testament portion of the study bible will be complete?

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