- This is a comment on the previous books of Dr. Craig S. Keener: A common dictum of commentators is to 'Leave no stone unturned." His scholarship is made richer by his turning over the gravel, the stone particles, and stone dust to provide us with a firm and informed base from which to preach and/or teach. I heartily support this counsel: Keep the old coat and buy Keener's latest commentary!
- Having spent years with the 'leave no stone unturned' perspective of coming to grips with the meaning of the language, and any problem(s) of interpretation within that portion of the Scripture. There have been numerous times when Hermeneia served as my Philip and enabled me to understand and/or to better understand what I was reading. While the initial price price may appear daunting, I updated the volumes I had purchased for less than $50. That only reinforced my appreciation for having purchased the set early on!
- One of the most challenging books to read because of the formatting: there are numerous text boxes with columns that have no separation between the columns. It is an arduous experience to garner any knowledge from them. A massive revision of the formatting will have to be done before the contents can be readable/helpful.
- Sixty-six articles in about 525 pages and about 100 pages of indexes and illustrations. I prefer less articles with in-depth coverage.
- Thank you for your review! 'Reviews' is the best item to check after locating the object of your search. You have identified one of the weakest links in the Logos program! I'm puzzled by the high rating you give. Logos's failure to coordinate that resource makes it worthless IMHO.
- Carter is insightful and exhaustive in bringing out information and exhaustive in bringing together the information he provides. Along with positive contributions he spends some time stating what it doesn't mean. The title makes clear the direction Carter is headed and he provides an excellent and cohesive presentation. The Logos edition will make references easy to pursue within the work as well as following the footnotes which are at the back of the paper edition.