Chris Tilling has a very fine two-part lecture on Karl Barth’s commentary on Romans.
The Expositor’s Greek Testament is now dated, but it preserves some keen exegetical insights that more recent commentators have continued to find helpful.
Cyril of Alexandria (d. 444) probably wrote his Commentary on the Twelve Prophets sometime before 428 (ODCC, s.v. “Cyril, St”; Robert C. Hill, trans., Cyril of Alexandria: Commentary on the Twelve, 1:4). The commentary is available in J.-P. Migne’s Patrologia Graeca via Documenta Catholica Omnia: Volume 71 Volume 72 The two-volume critical edition of Philip […]
John Calvin’s commentaries have been brought into varying English versions. The version published in Edinburgh by Calvin Translation Society, 1844–1856, is the version that has been reprinted by Baker Academic and Logos Bible Software. Many of these volumes are openly available online. Below is a list with links to those that I’ve located thus far. […]
I’ve previously mentioned Michael Graves’s Biblical Interpretation in the Early Church (Fortress, 2017). The text is part of a projected 8-volume series. Logos Bible Software now has the first four volumes available for order via their pre-publication program. This includes Michael Graves, ed., Biblical Interpretation in the Early Church’ Maria E. Doerfler and George Kalantzis, eds., Church […]
Available in Fortress’s Ad fontes series is Biblical Interpretation in the Early Church, edited by Michael Graves. According to the volume’s blurb, Biblical Interpretation in the Early Church is part of Ad Fontes: Early Christian Sources, a series designed to present ancient Christian texts essential to an understanding of Christian theology, ecclesiology, and practice. The books in […]