Can You Name a Single Non-Apologetic Bible Commentary?
Posted by NT Wrong on October 14, 2008
I was just trying to think of one. Just one.
Actually, there’s one on Jeremiah that springs to mind. But that’s as far as I got.
Is there any one that does not attempt to defend the biblical book’s ideology, wax lyrical about the mellifluous prose or poetry of the contents of its most thrown-together redactions, make vague parallels with the Amarna letters or somesort in order to defend it ancient pedigree or historicity, or include some other specious nonsense?
I mean to ask — of the thousands of ‘critical’ biblical commentaries written over recent centuries — how many, if any, are actually ‘critical’?
Please offer your suggestions.
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