Some commentary series are in Payson Library's Reference section, including
See also: "What commentary series should I use?" from Harvard Divinity School Library, which provides a helpful overview of some of the major Biblical commentary series, and David Murray's 20 Tips on How to Use Bible Commentaries.
The electronic availability of Bible commentaries varies widely by publisher, series, and publication year. Here are a few commentary series that can be accessed electronically via Pepperdine Libraries:
Many volumes from the following series are available on ProQuest Ebook Central, and can be found through the Library catalog or by searching ProQuest Ebook Central:
Most of these are located in Payson Library's Reference collection.
For more information on Greek/Hebrew Word Study and using some of reference resources below, such as concordances, dictionaries, and lexica, see also Duke Divinity School's "Getting Started with Greek/Hebrew Word Study" guide.
For more books on Biblical interpretation, try searching the Library catalog using the subject heading su:Bible Hermeneutics.
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