in Commentary on the Old Testament

by C. F. Keil and Franz Delitzsch

3.5 Rank Score: 3.74 from 1 reviews, 0 featured collections, and 7 user libraries
Pages 7744 pages
Publisher Hendrickson Publishers
Published 2006
ISBN-13 9780913573884


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Franz Delitzsch is still worth reading (I would say much more worth reading than a few of the commentaries immediately above). His commentary gets as many or more references in some of the later commentaries than Weiser does. Theology, New Testament connections, and application are all treated, and the scholarly basis is as good as it could get for the late 19th century. It's too dated on most matters to count as one's primary commentary, but it's especially helpful to have access to if you want a somewhat conservative voice to supplement later commentaries with issues than standardly not handled or not usually handled well in academic commentaries. [Full Review]