Critical Commentary Series CD-ROM - T&T Clark Int'l (53 Volumes)
The International Critical Commentary, published by T&T Clark International,
has long held a special place among works on the Bible. It brings together
all the relevant aids to exegesis: linguistic and textual, archaeological,
historical, literary, and theological, with a comprehensiveness and quality
of scholarship unmatched by any other series.
The ICC series has also been rather difficult to purchase in its entirety,
due in part to the cost of the print volumes, numerous revisions of various
volumes, and the fact that most retailers do not offer the entire set as one
purchase. The Logos edition contains the most recent edition of each title
and provides an easy way to own every volume of this often-cited commentary
If you were to purchase all 53 volumes in print at suggested retail price,
the cost would be over $2,800.00. The Logos edition provides a substantial
discount and presents the content in a more flexible medium than print!
This series is under the editorship of Professor J. A. Emerton of Cambridge,
Professor C. E. B. Cranfield of Durham and Professor G. N. Stanton of
Note: Many of the titles in this series have gone through a number of
- Skinner, J. J. - Genesis
- Gray, G. Buchanan - Numbers
- Driver, S. R. - Deuteronomy: 3rd edition
- Moore, G. F. - Judges
- Smith, H. P. - Samuel I and II
- Gehman, H. S.; Montgomery, J. A. - Kings I and II
- Curtis, E. L.; Madsen, A. A. - Chronicles I and II
- Batten, L. W. - Ezra and Nehemiah
- Paton, L. B. - Esther
- Gray, G. Buchanan; Driver, S. R. - Job
- Briggs, C. A.; Briggs, E. G. - Psalms: Volume 1
- Briggs, C. A.; Briggs, E. G. - Psalms: Volume 2
- Toy, C. H. - Proverbs
- Barton, G. A. - Ecclesiastes
- Gray, G. Buchanan - Isaiah 1-27 (Volume 1)
- McKane, William - Jeremiah 1-25 (Volume 1)
- McKane, William - Jeremiah 26-52 (Volume 2)
- Cooke, G. A. - Ezekiel
- Montgomery, A. A. - Daniel
- Macintosh, A. A. - Hosea
- Harper, W. R. - Amos and Hosea
- Bewer, J. A; Smith, J. M. P.; Ward, Graham - Micah, Zephaniah, Nahum,
Habakkuk, Obadiah and Joel
- Bewer, J. A.; Mitchell, H. G; Smith, J. M. P. - Haggai, Zechariah,
Malachi and Jonah
- Allen, W. C. - St. Matthew: Third Edition
- Allison, Dale C.; Davies, W. D. - Matthew 1-7 (Volume 1)
- Allison, Dale C.; Davies, W. D. - Matthew 8-18 (Volume 2)
- Allison, Dale C.; Davies, W. D. - Matthew 19-28 (Volume 3)
- Gould, E. P. - St. Mark
- Plummer, A. A. - St. Luke: Fifth Edition
- Bernard, J. H. - St. John 1-7 (Volume 1)
- Bernard, J. H. - St. John 8-21 (Volume 2)
- Barrett, C. K. - Acts: Volume 1
- Barrett, C. K. - Acts: Volume 2
- Headlam, A. C.; Sanday, W. W. - Romans: Fifth edition
- Cranfield, C. E. B. - Romans: Volume 1
- Cranfield, C. E. B. - Romans: Volume 2
- Plummer, A. A.; Robertson, A. T. - I Corinthians: Second edition
- Plummer, A. A. - II Corinthians
- Thrall, Margaret E. - The Second Epistle to the Corinthians 1-7 (Volume
- Thrall, Margaret E. - The Second Epistle to the Corinthians 8-13 (Volume
- Burton, E. de Witt - Galatians
- Best, Ernest - Ephesians
- Abbott, T. K. - Ephesians and Colossians
- Vincent, M. R. - Philippians and Philemon
- Frame, J. E. - Thessalonians
- Lock, W. W. - Pastoral Epistles
- Marshall, I. Howard - The Pastoral Epistles
- Moffatt, J. J. - Hebrews
- Ropes, J. H. - Epistle of St. James
- Bigg, C. C. - St. Peter and St. Jude: Second Edition
- Brooke, A. E - The Johannine Epistles
- Charles, R. H. - Revelation: Volume 1
- Charles, R. H. - Revelation: Volume 2
Praise for The International
Reviews for Acts
The second volume of this magisterial commentary on Acts covers chapters
15-28. Professor Barrett provides fresh translations, verse-by-verse
commentary, and addresses all linguistic, historical and theological issues.
This volume also contains the general introduction to the entire commentary
- here Barrett considers, for example, the contribution of Acts to the whole
history and theology of early Christianity - together with the general index
to both volumes.
"A number of commentaries on the Acts of the Apostles have recently been
published, especially in the U.S.; this one ranks among the best given the
wealth of information it provides."
- Nouvelle Revue Theologique, July/September 2001
"With this second volume, eminent British biblical scholar C. K. Barrett
completes his contribution to the prestigious ICC series. As with the first
volume published in 1994, Barrett's commentary on the Greek texts of Acts is
thorough and lucid, addressing the literary, historical and theological
dimensions of the text. This two-volume work will remain a classic source on
Acts for serious students of the New Testament."
- Donald Senior C.P., The Bible Today
"The commentary proper, which is on the Greek text, engages with a wide
range of scholarship; readers will find much to argue with and - hesitantly
- dissent from, but they will certainly find themselves indebted to its
richness and clarity. This is essentially a work for the scholar's library,
and institutions serious about New Testament study will ensure that they
have it on their shelves."
- Peter Doble, University of Leeds, Theological Book Review
"The discussion of textual variants is careful and detailed. Again and
again, Barrett provides valuable insights on the grammar and syntax of
Luke's Greek, and students who read Acts in intermediate or advanced Greek
classes will have frequent occasion to bless the author for his help."
Reviews for Ephesians
“No one working on any aspect of Ephesians will be able to ignore this
magisterial commentary by Best. It is a worthy and welcome contribution to
biblical scholarship and one that will easily pass the test of time.”
- Eugene Hensell, The Catholic Biblical Quarterly
“This commentary is the crown of a distinguished career. It will prove
indispensable for the study of Ephesians for many years to come.”
- The Bible Translator
“One of the values of the ICC volume is Best’s subtle and wise handling of
the evidence and his care to leave issues in the hands of the reader. One
gains the impression of sitting in Professor Best’s study with him as he
ponders each side of an issue, along with the various interpretive options,
before then leaving the decision between interpretations to his conversation
partner. For scholarly readership, this is supremely helpful, and the more
one uses the ICC volume the more one comes to appreciate its subtlety.
Best’s ICC volume is a model of historical-critical scholarship and a great
contribution to that series.”
- Review of Biblical Literature, 8/04
Reviews for Hosea
"This fine, learned and patient commentary will be a great resource for
those who wish to engage in a detailed study of Hosea. [...] Macintosh is
tireless in his attempts to elucidate Hosea's language, ranging widely over
scholarship of many centuries, but always building his comments into a lucid
and coherent synthesis. [...] This is a distinguished, 'advanced' commentary
that blends conservatism and innovation, and a worthy addition to the ICC."
- Philip Satterthwaite, Anvil
"In this commentary, the result of a fifteen year effort, Macintosh succeeds
admirably in applying traditional linguistic and historical tools of
- Gale A. Yee, University of St Thomas, St. Paul, The Catholic Biblical
Reviews for Matthew
"How should this massive work of scholarship be assessed? The three volumes
stand as one of the major commentaries on the Gospel of Matthew in which all
future interpreters of the Gospel will find a source of fruitful dialogue
and helpful ideas. It is a "must have", both in libraries and in footnotes.
Davies and Allison are to be thoroughly commended on the fruits of their
- Robert K. McIver, Seminary Studies
"The authors' meticulous and accurate scholarship, the breadth of their
reading, their careful and essentially sensible opinions and judgements are
the constant reactions readers should have when consulting this commentary.
For any serious scholar of the Gospel of Matthew, this new ICC must be the
first port of call, not only for its own exegetical treatment of Matthew,
but for alerting us to a vast range of previous comment, patristic,
medieval, and modern, and also to an impressively full bibliography of
recent articles, monographs and studies on all aspects of this Gospel. This
is no realistic substitute in English for this commentary if one is at work
on the Greek text of Matthew. That the authors (and their publisher)
accomplished their task of producing the three volumes in ten years is
itself a prodigious feat."
- Novum Testamentum
"[The authors] have set a very high standard indeed, and it is doubtful
whether their commentary will be seriously challenged in the very near
future. The third and final volume of this magnificent commentary, like the
first two volumes, will become an indispensable text for all scholars and
students who work on the Gospel of Matthew."
- David C. Sim, Australian Biblical Review
Reviews for Pastoral Epistles
"For the professional New Testament scholar this at once becomes an
- Kenneth Grayson, The Methodist Recorder
"This is a very welcome addition to the ICC. It will become a standard work
and more popular commentaries will draw freely from its conclusions. Dr
Marshall has tackled an unenviable task with his usual erudition and
honesty. The careful and positive treatment of the text will enable many to
take these letters more seriously as the Word of God."
- Edward Burrows, Baptist Ministers' Journal
"This long-awaited commentary fully meets one's expectations both of this
series (ICC) and of this commentator. It is thorough, careful, clear in its
analysis of the issues, fair in its judgments, conservative in its
conclusions. It is extremely well-informed. "
- Alastair Campbell, Spurgeon's College London, Anvil
"This volume, in this series, by this author, needs no commendation: it is
an essential component of every scholarly library."
- Peter Doble, University of Leeds, Theological Book Review
"Marshall succeeds in his stated aim of producing a readable and
'user-friendly' commentary . . . His tactful balancing of issues succeeds in
preventing any alienation of readers from other backgrounds and traditions."
- Novum Testamentum, 2000
"This commentary belongs to the best biblical scholarship currently
available and is always worth consulting."
- International Review of Biblical Studies, 1999/2000
Reviews for Philippians and Philemon
In these essays by Asian and European theologians, a new approach to
pluralism is offered, dealing with such topics as poverty, the arms race,
and the feminist and ecological movements.
Reviews for Romans
"…for thoughtful exegesis of the Greek text, with a careful weighing of
alternative positions, there is nothing quite like it."
- D.A. Carson, New Testament Commentary Survey
Reviews for Second Epistle to the Corinthians
The keenly awaited second volume completing this major commentary on 2
Corinthians. Volume II covers chapters 8-13. Dr. Thrall provides an
exegetical verse-by-verse exposition and addresses all historical,
linguistic and theological issues. This volume also contains two concluding
essays, on the nature of the opposition Paul faced in the Corinthian church,
and on Paul's understanding of apostleship, as well as excursuses on
particular topics such as the question of Paul's Roman citizenship. The two
volumes of this commentary now form the most comprehensive and up-to-date
work available on 2 Corinthians.
"It is difficult to praise Margaret E. Thrall's commentary on 2 Corinthians
too highly. In my notice of the first volume I called attention to Dr
Thrall's immense scholarship, clarity of mind, and lucid writing. These
qualities continue through Volume II…Here is everything that could be wished
for in a commentary…Throughout, the text is carefully analysed, the views of
a wide range of scholars are set out and judicious decisions between them
made - all with a beautiful clarity. Even when the reader disagrees with Dr
Thrall's conclusions, he or she will have had their understanding enlarged
and be given a deeper insight into the epistle. Reading this commentary one
wonders why anyone should be satisfied with anything less elegant."
- The Bulletin for the Institute for Reformed Theology
"The high standard of meticulously detailed exegesis displayed in the first
volume of Dr Thrall's magisterial commentary is continued in its sequel . .
. In all respects, this volume and its predecessor surely deserve to be
regarded as one of the most impressive contributions to this fine series . .
. Historians and theologians alike will find this commentary an
indispensable resource for the interpretation both of key passages and of
others that might at first sight look innocent of historical or doctrinal
- Journal of Theological Studies, 53.1 (April 2002)
"Students and scholars with good Greek skills who are working on 2
Corinthians must engage with this commentary."
- Foundations (May 2002)
"Margaret Thrall . . . is the perfect guide to assist the reader through
this difficult text. . . . After a lifetime of work on Pal, she commands an
awesome familiarity with every aspect of II Corinthians and the forest of
literature upon it. The ICC commentaries are renowned for their thoroughness
in exegetical detail, and Thrall provides translation, textual notes,
linguistic analysis and historical discussion in full . . . Thus this is an
ideal commentary for those engaged in serious, detailed engagement with the
- Anvil, 18:4, 2001
"She has completed the first of two volumes of what will become a standard
work of detailed exegesis on the Greek text of 2 Corinthians and a model of
thorough interaction with current scholarship."
- Philip H. Towner, Scottish Journal of Theology
"Few of the canonical books makes such exacting demands on the commentator
as 2 Corinthians. Anyone attempting to reconstruct from oblique and allusive
references what had actually happened in Corinth faces unusually baffling
problems, for the most part excluding all solutions save those with their
degree of probability carefully quantified (as is conscientiously done by
Thrall). The same is true of the cruces which stud almost every chapter. No
wonder that the vast literature on this epistle is particularly taxing to
interact with. All the more credit, then, to Thrall for her achievement in
giving us so much, in the space available, about a document which has
recently been attracting even more attention that before. Dr Thrall manages
to combine remarkable conciseness with almost unfailing clarity."
- C. J. A. Hickling, Journal of Theological Studies
"This is a magnificently substantial volume, the rich fruit of a
super-abounding labour. This large and generous and patient work does not
belong on a large shelf, but on the large desk of any who is willing to
engage, no holds barred, with the mind and/or imagination of the apostle.
Everyone awaits with eager expectation the next enthralling installment."
- Douglas A. Templeton, Epworth Review
"A fine accomplishment and an important addition to the commentaries on 2
- E. Earle Ellis, Southwestern Journal of Theology
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