Jeremiah
Jeremiah 1–20
Jeremiah 1–20
Technical
Pastoral

Jeremiah

in Anchor Yale Bible

by Jack R. Lundbom

4.91 Rank Score: 5.91 from 7 reviews, 4 featured collections, and 3 user libraries
Jeremiah 1–20
Pages 960
Publisher Yale University Press
Published 1999
ISBN-13 9780300139631
Jeremiah 21–36
Pages 672
Publisher Yale University Press
Published 2004
ISBN-13 9780300139648
Jeremiah 37–52
Pages 656
Publisher Yale University Press
Published 2004
ISBN-13 9780300139655

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Tim Challies Tim Challies January 27, 2014
Lundbom’s massive three-volume work will satisfy those who are looking for an exhaustive treatment of Jeremiah. Keith Mathison recommends it as “a treasure trove of valuable information.” He goes on to say, “The first volume contains a lengthy introduction dealing with the standard introductory issues of composition and context. Lundbom also deals with the theology of Jeremiah in this introductory section. The bulk of the three volumes is devoted to commentary on the text. Lundbom approaches Jeremiah’s work section by section, with detailed notes as well as section summaries.” [Full Review]
Arjan van den Os Arjan van den Os January 1, 2014
The best commentary on Jeremiah. It almost exhausts with needed details on verses, and at the same time keeps the text readable. Lundbom uses his knowledge on Jeremiah to give a clear and sound exegesis, without forgetting important details and other autors on Jeremiah. So: the best commentary on Jeremiah, as I say.
Those looking for an exhaustive technical commentary on Jeremiah will find Lundbom's three-volume work a treasure trove of valuable information. The first volume contains a lengthy introduction dealing with the standard introductory issues of composition and context. Lundbom also deals with the theology of Jeremiah in this introductory section. The bulk of the three volumes is devoted to commentary on the text. Lundbom approaches Jeremiah's work section by section, with detailed notes as well as section summaries. Volumes 1 and 3 also contain some very informative appendices. Highly recommended for the serious student of Jeremiah. [Full Review]
John Glynn John Glynn September 20, 2008
An exhaustive work. Study of each passage divided into Rhetoric & Composition, Notes, and Message & Audience. [Full Review]
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