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    Commentary: New Testament

  • The evangelical pastor, Jon Courson, founded the Applegate Christian Fellowship in Southern

    Oregon. What started as a home fellowship of a few is now the home church for over 10,000

    people. In 2002, he left Oregon to assist Pastor Chuck Smith at the 25,000-member Calvary Chapel

    in Costa Mesa, California. Courson has amassed more than 1,500 teachings in an expositional

    style. Jon Courson's Application Commentary will combine a verse-by-verse teaching of every

    paragraph of Scripture with practical topical studies throughout. This New Testament commentary

    is a unique blend of information and inspiration presented in a way unique to Jon Courson. With

    more than 1,200 Calvary Chapels in the U.S. and 2,500 worldwide, Jon Courson delivers with fresh,

    new insights into the Bible.

    Hardcover: 1824 pages

    Publisher: Thomas Nelson; 1st Edition, 1st Printing edition (January 17, 2004)

    Language: English

    ISBN-10: 0785251553

    ISBN-13: 978-0785251552

    Product Dimensions: 6.7 x 1.8 x 9.5 inches

    Shipping Weight: 3.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)

    Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 starsSee all reviews(179 customer reviews)

    Best Sellers Rank: #99,530 in Books (See Top 100 in Books) #178 inBooks > Christian Books &

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    I was a church pew baby - born in one and remained throughout much of my life. Nothing and no

    one has opened my eyes to the truths in the Word like Pastor Jon Courson has done in this

    commentary. He speaks truths in todays language meeting todays needs. I have bought this

    commentary for anyone who will take one (and even some who would'nt). I have watched lives

    transformed from fence walkers to true followers of Jesus through the diligent reading of this

    commentary. The scripture is in King James (my favorite) - and the commentary on it makes you not

    even realize you are reading King James. For me, it is less of a commentary that I would go to to

    look for understanding of specific verses - as it is a read through Bible. Many times I have read the

  • Bible with little understanding. This commentary has opened my eyes, heart and soul through Jon's

    obvious God given gift used for HIS GLORY - to bring a greater awareness of GOD's Word to my

    life. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND IT. I do not have alot of money - but when I find someone whom I can

    share this with - I find the money in the budget for another one.

    Jon Courson combines scholarly analysis with a broad and deep knowledge of Old Testament

    Types and Symbolism to breathe a new vitality into the New Testament Good News. The common

    theme is the Gospel of Grace, whereby Christians respond to Jesus' sacrificial love on the cross by

    inviting Him into their hearts and letting Him finish the work by changing them from the inside out.

    His self-deprecating and personal style is not only humorous and readable but also timely and

    pertinent to the struggles we face in our lives. I highly recommend this commentary for those

    Christians who are striving for maturity in their Christian walk.

    I just love this book. I am thinking about buying a ton of them for Christmas gifts. This book is a

    great commentary on the New Testament. It has taught me so much, sometimes by pointing out the

    meanings of the original Greek words, and other time by just bringing things into focus. I am not a

    long time student of the Bible and reading the Bible alone I have often felt confused or lost. John

    Courson has really enabled me to focus and thoughtfully consider it as I read. Thank you, John

    Courson. You have helped make my quiet time a joy rather than a chore!

    I not only have a hard copy of Courson's commentary but bought it for my Kindle so I could always

    have it at hand. Some Commentaries are drawn out and hard to understand. Jon wrote easy to

    understand comments so anyone could say "I got it." I have 2 other commentaries and get bogged

    down with all the big words and long explanations. Jon's commentary is for people who do not have

    a PHD in Divinity. I can hardly wait for his OT to be available for my Kindle. Why did I buy Courson's

    Commentary? I have listened to his sermons on radio for years and enjoyed his teachings. I had

    faith that his commentary would be good.

    I enjoy Jon's style of writing. I sat under his teaching both at church and the radio ministry, and he

    always keeps you focused on Jesus. He uses numerous examples, both from text and personal

    experiences, to help clarify and understand certain passages. He articulates well and expresses a

    solid command of the English language. He knows the Word and sheds much light throughout the

    book. I do use it as my daily devotional, and have for many years, as well as a study resource for

  • class. I would definitely recommend this commentary and have, for daily reading, or for an additional

    study resource.

    I use-to teach ... and this study guide is by far the best compilation (3 volumes) I've read and used.

    Anyone attempting to understand the Bible for what ever the reason will surely find the

    commentaries useful and accurate. The simplicity of the vernacular is impeccable. I have all three

    volumes which is an excellent addition to my library. I have painstakingly crossed reference and

    tested the comments ... they all came back five by five.

    Jon Courson is a great Bible teacher who I have been listening to for 20 years on the radio. He also

    is about my age and he is disarmingly open and honest and has a great laugh...he has had great

    losses in his life that he has overcome.I've found all three of these books very helpful and brought

    me closer to the Lord as I correctly understood different passages. "Study to show thyself approved

    unto God, a workman that need not be afraid, rightly dividing the word of truth."...can't remember the


    Such an awesome bible to commit time with God our Lord Jesus Christ and have His holy spirit

    empower, correct, lift up, encourage, and teach you through. Grow in grace and knowledge brothers

    and sisters!

    Jon Courson's Application Commentary: New Testament Jon Courson's Application Commentary:

    Volume 2, Old Testament (Psalms - Malachi) Jon Courson's Application Commentary: Volume 1,

    Old Testament, (Genesis-Job) Jewish New Testament Commentary: A Companion Volume to the

    Jewish New Testament The New American Commentary: 1, 2 Peter, Jude (New American

    Commentary, 37) The Gospel of Matthew (The New International Commentary on the New

    Testament) New Testament For Everyone Set, 18 Volumes (The New Testament for Everyone) The

    Jewish New Testament: A Translation of the New Testament That Expresses Its Jewishness New

    Testament Word Search Fun! Book 3: Gospel of Luke (New Testament Word Search Books)

    (Volume 3) The Bible: The Bible Study Guide For Beginners - Understand The New Testament:

    Your Bible Study Guide To Each Book In The New Testament From The NIV, Get ... Guides and

    Workbooks For Prayer Warriors 4) The New Testament in Antiquity: A Survey of the New

    Testament within Its Cultural Context The Untold Story of the New Testament Church: An

    Extraordinary Guide to Understanding the New Testament Going Deeper with New Testament

  • Greek: An Intermediate Study of the Grammar and Syntax of the New Testament The New

    Testament: Original Greek (Koine) New Testament (Greek Edition) The Book of Genesis (New

    International Commentary on the Old Testament Series) 1-17 The Book Of Proverbs: Chapters

    1-15. (New International Commentary on the Old Testament) Galatians (Zondervan Exegetical

    Commentary on the New Testament) The Gospel according to John (The Pillar New Testament

    Commentary (PNTC)) Romans (Baker Exegetical Commentary on the New Testament) The Book of

    Proverbs, Chapters 15-31 (New International Commentary on the Old Testament)


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