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Jeremiah Volume 1 (Chapters 1-20)
A Mentor Commentary
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Part of the Mentor Commentary series
Landmark study of Jeremiah
Must have for all pastors and bible teachers
This commentary is refreshing-it actually explains the text of Jeremiah. John L. Mackay knows the critical speculations about the text but doesn't bore us with them. He avoids nothing; he ploughs through every bit of the text and gives a lucid explanation of it. Mackay will not write your sermon for you but gives you what you need to write your sermon - a clear understanding of what the text says.
Dale Ralph Davis, Minister in Residence, First Presbyterian Church, Columbia, South Carolina
Lovers of Hebrew will find a kindred spirit in Professor Mackay. Those without Hebrew will find a patient teacher leaving no stone unturned to make the word of God plain.
Alec Motyer, (1924-2016) Well known Bible expositor and commentary writer
These commentaries have been written with a view to exposition and proclamation. They serve as a guide and stimulation as you seek to understand the book of Jeremiah.
"Eagerly awaited... fulfils every expectation... a landmark in Jeremiah studies. This will quickly become an indispensable tool for anyone wishing to study and preach from the Book of Jeremiah."
Iain D. Campbell
John L. Mackay was the Principal of the Free Church College, Edinburgh where he taught Old Testament from 1983 until his retirement in 2013. He is a highly-respected Old Testament scholar and has authored several well-received commentaries on a range of Biblical books.
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John L. Mackay's commentary on Jeremiah is a first class explanation of the prophet... It is certain to become the first 'port of call' in my studies of the book,... he has the ability to uncover the significance of the original message in such a way as to leave the application (almost) transparent.
Stephen Dray, Minister, Ferndale Baptist Church, Southend-on-Sea, England
"The commentary is as full as is reasonably possible, verse by verse, often word by word, and covers every question likely to be raised."
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