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William Barclay fue pastor de la Iglesia de Escocia y profesor de N.T. en la Universidad de Glasgow. Es conocido y apreciado internacionalmente como maestro en el arte de la exposición bíblica. Entre sus más de sesenta obras la que ha alcanzado mayor difusión y reconocimiento en muchos países y lenguas es, sin duda, el Comentario al Nuevo Testamento, que presentamos en esta nueva edición española actualizada. Los 17 volúmenes que componen este comentario han sido libro de texto obligado para los estudiantes de la mayoría de seminarios en numerosos países durante años.
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I have used this same review for several of Barclay's books: The New Daily Study Bible series takes the reader through each book of the Bible in (generally) sequential segments. Each segment begins with Barclay's own translation, while all Bible quotations are from the New Revised Standard Version. Both are well-suited to modern readers. Barclay explains the richer meanings of certain words and phrases by tracing them back to their original languages. He provides clear and illuminating explanations of the societal, cultural, religious, and historical contexts of not only the events described in the biblical texts but also of their authors. He also explains how the biblical texts apply to modern Christians. Barclay speaks to us from his head and from his heart, he speaks plainly and clearly, and he speaks without sentimentality or emotionalism.more

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I have used this same review for several of Barclay's books: The New Daily Study Bible series takes the reader through each book of the Bible in (generally) sequential segments. Each segment begins with Barclay's own translation, while all Bible quotations are from the New Revised Standard Version. Both are well-suited to modern readers. Barclay explains the richer meanings of certain words and phrases by tracing them back to their original languages. He provides clear and illuminating explanations of the societal, cultural, religious, and historical contexts of not only the events described in the biblical texts but also of their authors. He also explains how the biblical texts apply to modern Christians. Barclay speaks to us from his head and from his heart, he speaks plainly and clearly, and he speaks without sentimentality or emotionalism.more
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