The Book of Numbers
The Book of Numbers
Technical
Pastoral

The Book of Numbers

in New International Commentary on the Old Testament

by Timothy R. Ashley

4.54 Rank Score: 5.88 from 9 reviews, 3 featured collections, and 15 user libraries
Pages 683
Publisher Eerdmans
Published 1993
ISBN-13 9780802825230

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Princeton Seminary Princeton Seminary January 5, 2018
 
G Ware G Ware August 31, 2016
This is my first choice on Numbers. The only issue I have is the lack of detail in the introduction. He does point to other sources for discussion of textual criticism issues in the footnotes, one would hope for a little more here.
Tim Challies Tim Challies March 18, 2013
Timothy Ashley’s volume receives accolades from most of the experts. Keith Mathison compares Wenham with Ashley and says, “For those seeking a more thorough evangelical commentary on Numbers than the Tyndale format will allow, Ashley’s work is a great place to turn. He very helpfully explores the important theological themes within the book.” Depending on who you consult, you could go with either this or Cole as the volume to follow Wenham [Full Review]
John Glynn John Glynn September 20, 2008
For those seeking a more thorough evangelical commentary on Numbers than the Tyndale format will allow, Ashley's work is a great place to turn. He very helpfully explores the important theological themes within the book. [Full Review]
Best evangelical commentary on Numbers. This is an excellent book. Ashley is well-informed about what people of differing viewpoints have to say, and this is therefore the most in-depth evangelical commentary on the book of Numbers. He doesn't accept all the conservative positions easily, but he is fairly conservative in the end... [Full Review]
Evangelical focus on the text's final form with attentional to translational issues. [Full Review]
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