Reformed Expository Commentary Set (29 Volumes)
Philips, Richard D.; Ryken, Philip Graham Ryken (Editors)
“The first liturgical reform of the Protestant Reformation was the implementation of lectio continua expository preaching in Zurich in 1519. Sequential Bible exposition has been a hallmark of Reformed Protestantism ever since. It is heartening to see the Reformed Expository Commentary series emerging to encourage the continuation of this great heritage of preaching.”See All
Pastor, Independent Presbyterian Church, Savannah, GA
“The fruit of pastoral ministry, the Reformed Expository Commentary series marvelously exhibits the model of the pastor– scholar.”See All
J. Gresham Machen Professor of Systematic Theology and Apologetics, Westminster Seminary California
“A canonical, Reformed expositional commentary has long been a desideratum, and we are now in debt to this gifted team of pastor–theologians for bringing it to pass.”See All
J. Ligon Duncan III
Pastor, First Presbyterian Church, Jackson, MS
“Some Commentaries lose the forest for the trees, and other the trees for the forest. This series promises to be both exegetically sensitive and theologically faithful.”See All
pastor, Capitol Hill Baptist Church
“Those of us who regularly preach need commentaries that provide the best biblical scholarship and also understand the practical challenges of today’s pastorate. The Reformed Expository Commentary series, prepared by Reformed preachers of great scholarly ability, ably speaks to both needs. As a combined exegetical and homiletical commentary, it is a sermon preparation tool of exceptional value. The authors of the Westminster Confession of Faith advised pastors to speak to both ‘the necessities and capacities’ of our people. This commentary series, which so well understands God’s Word and God’s people, greatly aids in the dual task of faithful preachers.”See All
President Emeritus, Covenant Theological Seminary
The Reformed Expository Commentary is biblical (committed to comprehensive exposition of the text), doctrinal (committed to the Westminster Standards), redemptive-historical (committed to a Christ-centered view of the Old Testament), and practical (committed to applying the text to people today). Coeditors are Philip Ryken and Richard Phillips; biblical editors are Iain Duguid and Dan Doriani.
Old Testament Titles
New Testament Titles
Philip Graham Ryken (PhD, Oxford) is President of Wheaton College in Wheaton, Illinois. He is Bible teacher for the Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals, and can be heard weekly on the radio broadcast Every Last Word. He has written or edited more than thirty books including The Message of Salvation, The Doctrines of Grace (with James Montgomery Boice) and Ryken's Bible Handbook.
Richard D. Phillips (MDiv, Westminster Theological Seminary) is the Senior Minister of Second Presbyterian Church in downtown Greenville, SC. He is a council member of the Alliance of Confessing Evangelical and chairman of the Philadelphia Conference on Reformed Theology. He is coeditor of the Reformed Expository Commentary series and the author of numerous works of biblical exposition.
Old Testament Editor
Iain M. Duguid (MDiv, Westminster Theological Seminary; PhD, University of Cambridge) is professor of Old Testament at Westminster Theological Seminary. He has written numerous works of biblical exposition, including Ezekiel in the NIV Application Commentary series, and Numbers in the Preaching the Word series.
New Testament Editor
Daniel M. Doriani (MDiv, PhD, Westminster Theological Seminary; STM, Yale Divinity School) is senior pastor of Central Presbyterian Church, Clayton, Missouri. He previously was dean of faculty and professor of new Testament at Covenant theological Seminary. He is a frequent speaker at conferences and seminaries, and the author of Getting the message: A Plan for Interpreting and Applying the Bible, Putting the Truth to Work: The Theory and Practice of biblical Application, and The Sermon on the Mount: The Character of a Disciple.