Book, 2004, 351 pp
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The nineteenth volume in the Believer's Church Commentary series is unique for its detailed uncovering of evidence for two editions of Proverbs, a first in the time of Solomon and a second in support of King Hezekiah's historic religious reforms. In this light heretofore puzzling features of the book's design, purpose and message are clarified and the book's relevance for its time and ours is greatly enhanced.
"Here is solid scholarship with certain unpopular twists and interpretations. In place of a pedantic verse by verse approach, this thematic treatment of Proverbs provides a suprisingly contemporary manual on some critical issues of Christian discipleship. Miller offers very helpful pastoral insights for the 21st-century preacher." -- James M. Lapp, Franconia Mennonite Conference

"Proverbs is a treasury of God's wisdom, and John Miller is a gifted guide to its proper interpretation. He has given the church a clear, interesting, and insightful commentary on this important biblical book." -- Tremper Longman, Westmont College

GenreBible Commentary
AudienceAdults, Leaders
PublisherHerald Press

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