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I am excited about my soon-to-appear commentary on the Sermon on the Mount. It has a distinctive Introduction (on Jesus and ethical theories) and is an attempt to hear the relentless challenge of Jesus for us to follow him.

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  • Jean

    What is distinctive about this particular commentary series? I hadn’t heard of it until now.

  • scotmcknight

    Each passage is set in the context of the Big Story of the Bible, so in a narrative line of the Bible.

  • Rob Grayson

    Great! I look forward to this.

  • Aaron Lage

    Definitely want to read this!

  • Clay Knick

    I’ve got it preordered. I’ll be using it very often, especially when the lectionary turns to the sermon during Epiphany. Thanks for the hard work, Scot. Anything else coming our way from your pen or keyboard?

  • Clay Knick

    Looking forward to it. Anything else coming from your pen or keyboard, Scot?

  • scotmcknight

    A book on kingdom and a book on Paul.

  • Dianne P

    Am currently reading through NT Wright’s What St Paul Really Said, so hoping you’ll be touching on that in some fashion.

  • Lothar Lorraine

    Hello, are the (to my mind) obvious contradictions with many passages in the OT theologically explained and justified?

  • Ted M. Gossard

    Yes! I definitely look forward to reading this.

  • attytjj466

    Wow awesome!

  • Dianne P

    Oh my. I can’t wait to read this one. Sermon on the mount? Isn’t that just liberal social justice stuff:) Putting it on my amazon birthday list ASAP.