Leviticus
Leviticus

Leviticus

in Evangelical Press Study Commentary

by John D. Currid

4.97 Rank Score: 5.37 from 3 reviews, 1 featured collections, and 4 user libraries
Pages 400 pages
Publisher Evangelical Press
Published 2005
ISBN-13 9780852345764

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Tim Challies Tim Challies February 25, 2013
Currid’s volume has not been as widely reviewed as many of the others. However, Derek Thomas says of it, “Clearly and cogently presents Leviticus as a series of directories for public worship and establishes the importance of Leviticus for the NT. Especially helpful on the Holiness Code.” I love Currid’s work because I consider him especially conservative and trustworthy. [Full Review]
Nigel Cunningham Nigel Cunningham September 17, 2008
I'm currently using this commentary while preaching through Leviticus. Although it's a little brief in places, I've found it to be well worth the money spent. The exegesis reflects a commitment to treat the text as we have it carefully. The suggested application seeks to be Christ-centred.
Derek Thomas Derek Thomas September 17, 2008
Clearly and cogently presents Leviticus as a series of directories for public worship and establishes the importance of Leviticus for the NT. Especially helpful on the Holiness Code.