Leviticus
Leviticus
Pastoral

Leviticus

in New American Commentary

by Mark F. Rooker

4.69 Rank Score: 5.99 from 8 reviews, 3 featured collections, and 18 user libraries
Pages 352
Publisher Broadman & Holman
Published 2000
ISBN-13 9780805401035

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Tim Challies Tim Challies February 25, 2013
Determining that Wenham’s was top of the class was quite simple; finding which commentaries to recommend subsequently proved much more difficult. Rooker’s work is widely praised and is the second I would add to a collection. Keith Mathison says, “Many of the commentaries in the NAC series are strong, and Rooker’s work on Leviticus is a good example. It is both exegetically thorough and well written.” High praise, indeed. [Full Review]
John Glynn John Glynn September 20, 2008
Jim Rosscup Jim Rosscup September 20, 2008
Many of the commentaries in the NAC series are strong, and Rooker's work on Leviticus is a good example. It is both exegetically thorough and well written. [Full Review]
Good readable pastor-friendly commentary Rooker does a good job of treating the book of Leviticus on a level designed for a pastor. By many accounts the best evangelical commentary on Leviticus in existence is Gordon Wenham's in the NICOT series, but that is getting more out-of-date. John Hartley's more recent one (Word Biblical Commentary) updates it well but is much harder to use if you don't have a strong Hebrew background, so there's need for a good, readable, recent commentary on this book. Rooker's is probably the best to fill this need. [Full Review]
Evangelical survey with helpful summaries of exegetical insights and applications. [Full Review]
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