Howard, Jeremy Royal, ed. The Gospels and Acts. The Holman Apologetics Commentary on the Bible. Nashville: Broadman & Holman, 2013.
This is the most comprehensive 1-volume defense of the Gospels and Acts.
It has four contributors:
- Michael Wilkins (Matthew)
- Craig Evans (Mark)
- Darrell Bock (Luke and Acts)
- Andreas Köstenberger (John)
You can’t “look inside” the book at Amazon yet, so I asked B&H for permission to share this 29-page PDF that includes most of the front matter, the introduction to Matthew, and the notes on Matt 1.
- What makes the Holman Apologetics Commentary on the Bible: The Gospels and Acts different from all the other commentaries on the market?
- How does it compare to products such as Gleason Archer’s Encyclopedia of Bible Difficulties?
- How did the authors identify which verses contain apologetics issues that warrant commentary?
- How did the academic background and expertise of each of the contributors, including yourself, help make this volume what it is?
- What do you think is the greatest threat to the historic evangelical understanding of the reliability of Scripture?
- How does the Holman Apologetics Commentary on the Bible: The Gospels and Acts differ from, or complement, the HCSB Apologetics Study Bible?
- Can readers expect any other volumes in this Apologetics series?