Doctrinal New Testament Commentary eBook Bundle. by Bruce R. McConkie. Cover The digital version only has the commentary. Doctrinal New Testament Commentary has ratings and 19 reviews. Derek said: Arguably the best Bruce R. McConkie. · Rating details · ratings. Doctrinal New Testament Commentary has 16 ratings and 0 reviews. This classic series uses Bruce R. McConkie. · Rating details ·

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This Doctrinal New Testament Commentary is designed to enable gospel students to learn and live the doctrines of the New Testament; to grasp the greatness and glory of our Lord’s mortal ministry; to comprehend the doctrines of the Master Teacher and of those commissioned by him to reveal pure religion to the world.

Salvation centers in Christ. Most of our knowledge of his earth-bound ministry is contained in the four Gospels. It is devoutly hope that this Commentary will help make the Gospels a living reality in the lives of gospel scholars, that it will brude them understand what they read. Jesus himself is real; the Testajent are his life story; of him they teach and testify; and a knowledge of them mccconkie essential to salvation.

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Doctrinal New Testament Commentary: Volumes by Bruce R. Paperbackpages. Published December 10th by Deseret Book Co first published To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Doctrinal New Testament Commentaryplease sign up. Be the first to ask a question about Doctrinal New Testament Commentary. Lists with This Book. Aug 23, Derek Warren rated it it was amazing. Arguably the best commentary available on the New Testament.

He brings in historical facts when they help to clarify doctrine. But as the title indicates, commentagy focus is on the precepts that are at the root of true, Gospel living. He includes the full tesatment from the King James version of the bible, broken down into consumable and logical parts. Where applicable, he includes the Joseph Smith translatio Arguably the best commentary available on the New Testament.

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Where applicable, he includes the Joseph Smith translation. He provides not only a summary to each section a collection of from one to many verses at a time that capture some theme or doctrinal conceptbut then treats each verse, bringing out from them the core doctrines.

I don’t understand why this collection is no longer in print. But you can locate used copies easily enough maybe that’s why it’s no longer in print.


I highly recommend this series of commentaries to read along with the New Testament. You will gain a greater knowledge and testimony of Jesus Christ. You will learn more about his apostles and his gospel. Wait a second, doesn’t that make him an exegete?

Doctrinal New Testament Commentary : Volumes by Bruce R. McConkie

Seriously, this series was great. There were several spots, scattered throughout the three volumes, where I do not think he was right. For example, while it testamdnt be true that we are given blessings here in this mortal world based on things we did in the pre-mortal life, I do not believe that those who are in less favorable positions in this Those scurrilous exegetes. For example, while it may be true that we are given blessings here in this mortal world based on commentayr we did in the pre-mortal life, I do not believe that those who are in less favorable positions in this world were born into roctrinal circumstances because of their failings in our prior existence.

Also, Elder McConkie passed up too many opportunities to emphasize the desperate need we all have for a Savior, and instead, focused almost exclusively on the necessity of personal righteousness. Otherwise, these volumes were very, very good. Elder McConkie explains, with clarity and enthusiasm, the doctrines of the gospel, which are wholly consistent throughout the New Testament, no matter who is writing.

Whether Paul was speaking to the very early Corinthian saints, or John was speaking late in the first century to the strong, yet small groups of persecuted saints, they preached the same message: Finished just in time. I can’t believe I read all three in one year. Really helped me a lot with my New Testament reading. I was really struck by how many times they mentioned temporal work being necessary for your salvation.

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I think lots of people think that if they are spiritual enough, temporal things just aren’t important. I would say, read the New Testament and you will see it just ain’t true. Work is essential to our salvation! You are rewarded for being brice Futur Finished just in time. Future rewards will be based on our patient endurance mccomkie all things.

The priesthood is greater than any of its offices. No office adds any power, dignity, or authority to the priesthood. An elder has all the priesthood he needs to qualify for exaltation in the highest heaven of the celestial world When a seal is put upon the father and mother, it secures their posterity, so that they cannot be lost but will be saved by virtue of the covenant of their father and mother.


Thus if both parents and children have their calling and election made sure, none so involved shall be lost; all shall come forth to an inheritance of glory and exaltation in the kingdom of God.

Jan 24, Erin rated it liked it. This is my companion for this year’s study. I am sure I will learn, or re-learn much. I took the whole year to finish. I love to read Bruce R. Sometimes he is repetitive, but that is how we learn. I love having a companion to read side by side with my scriptures.

I learn so much more. Solid research and information.

I feel like the format could be updated for a more modern flow. It would make it easier to follow. Sometimes I was confused about who said what. But the version I borrowed from the library was a first edition.

Maybe they’ve done that already? Aug 25, Erika rated it it doctronal amazing. Let’s be honest – I did not read this cover to cover, but it’s an amazing resource to help me be smarter for my seminary class! Jan 02, Clint nruce it really liked it. A great reference commentary on the New Testament for Mormons. It was a tough slog, but I actually read these three volumes all the way through. Jun 21, Kevin rated it really liked it Shelves: This was required reading in college, took new testament class.

It was good stuff. A really thick book. Jul 11, Nephi rated brucr it was amazing Shelves: Excellent collection for anyone wanting a clear explanation of the new testament. From restored gospel perspective. Jan 16, Chris rated it it was mcxonkie Shelves: A wonderful study guide to help you better understand the beautiful and profound teachings of the New Testament.

Apr 09, David rated it really liked it Shelves: The best commentary on the New Testiment and practically the only way to survive Paul for the uninitiated.

This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Aug 23, Ernie Dawson rated it really liked it. I read all 3 volumes. Jul 11, Amber rated it it was amazing.

Great as a companion study to the Clmmentary testament. Oct 02, Cindy rated it liked it. These books contain a lot of information, but are informative. Jul 08, Kurt rated it it was amazing. May 23, Chrissy is currently reading it. I love this book. It is really helping me with my scripture study.