Baker Academic Fall 2021 Catalog

Launching Two New Series in the Baker Commentary on the Old Testament

“Goldingay’s immense contribution to our understanding of the Old Testament over the past few decades cannot be overestimated. Now we have his detailed study of Genesis to guide us in our reading of this foundational book. Clergy and scholars particularly will benefit from his careful translation and interpre- tation as he brings out the book’s essential theological message.” —TREMPER LONGMAN III, Westmont College FORTHCOMING IN THE SERIES: Carmen Joy Imes on Exodus • Mark Awabdy on Numbers Baker Commentary on the Old Testament: Pentateuch Series editor: Bill T. Arnold

9780801035722 • 832 pp. • $59.99c

“Goldingay’s Hosea–Micah delves into the riches of the first half of the book of the Twelve in the Christian canon, resulting in an illuminating exposition of a significant portion of the First Testament. This commentary is both accessible and erudite, both extensive and succinct, offering both diachronic and syn- chronic interpretations with insightful theological reflections. Hosea–Micah is an invaluable resource for student and scholar alike.” —CHLOE T. SUN, Logos Evangelical Seminary FORTHCOMING IN THE SERIES: J. Gordon McConville on Isaiah • Lissa M. Wray Beal on Jeremiah Baker Commentary on the Old Testament: Prophetic Books Series editors: Mark J. Boda and J. Gordon McConville

9780801030765 • 560 pp. • $54.99c

Available Now: Baker Commentary on the Old Testament:

The Baker Commentary on the Old Testament: Historical Books series, edited by Lissa M. Wray Beal and David Firth, is forthcoming. First in the series will be John Goldingay on Joshua.

Wisdom and Psalms Job by Tremper Longman III

Psalms, 3 vols., by John Goldingay Proverbs by Tremper Longman III Ecclesiastes by Craig G. Bartholomew Song of Songs by Richard S. Hess


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