Book Giveaway: Grant Osborne, Hebrews: Verse by Verse

Book Giveaway: Grant Osborne, Hebrews Verse-by-Verse

A couple of weeks ago I reviewed Grant Osborne’s commentary on Hebrews in his Verse-by-Verse series. Thanks to the kindness of Lexham Academic, I have an extra copy of the book to give to a reader of this blog.

Hebrews CommentaryGrant Osborne’s Verse by Verse commentary on Hebrews is the twelfth in the series and the first published after Osborne’s death in November 2018. The commentary was nearly complete when he died, missing only summary sections on chapters 10-13, commentary on the final verses of chapter 13, and the introduction. Osborne requested Lexham allow George Guthrie to finish the commentary. Even though George Guthrie is a well-known Hebrews scholar himself, the commentary belongs to Osborne.

Osborne’s commentary readable for academic readers, yet the layperson will have no trouble working the commentary as they read Hebrews. Like other volumes in this series, Osborne achieves his goal of helping pastors to “faithfully exposit the text in a sermon.”  Go read the rest of the review, I make some comments on Osborne’s views on the

If you want a free copy of this book, leave a comment with your favorite Hebrews commentary and your name and email (if it is not in your profile already) so I can contact you if you win. I will put all the names in a spreadsheet, randomize them, then use a random number generator to select a winner on November 29, 2021 (two weeks from today).

If you don’t win this book, check back for another giveaway starting November 29 (after Thanksgiving).



11 thoughts on “Book Giveaway: Grant Osborne, Hebrews: Verse by Verse

  1. My favorite commentary on Hebrews is by F. F. Bruce, published by Eerdmans.

  2. I like David deSilva’s socio-rhetorical commentary on Hebrews, and I really need to pick up Gareth Cockerill’s NICNT volume. But I’d love to have a copy of the late Dr. Osborne’s. Really appreciate his scholarship.

  3. I have benefited from F.F. Bruce’s work and also John Owen on Hebrews.

  4. I’m not sure which is my favorite, but I’ve read through Cockerill’s NICNT volume and found it very helpful. Thanks for including me in the draw!

  5. My favorite Hebrews Commentary would be Luke Timothy Johnson, from the NTL series.

  6. Please DO NOT enter me into this week’s drawing. This reply is just a note from me to you.
    First, I fell in love with Hebrews early on. I have Ellingsworth, Lane, Cockerill, Bruce, O’Brien, Hughes, Westcott (classic), Andrew Murray (excellent devotional), as well as France and Morris (Expositors Bible Commentary). Although I have tried, I cannot pick a favorite. In any event, I am probably fine without owning Osborne. LOL
    Second, I find it very generous of you to give away your books. Thank you for your generosity to your readers, including me.
    Happy Thanksgiving!
    Ken Thien

  7. I have a number of comm. on Hebrews (from major exegetical to easy reading) but the one I appreciate is Wiersbe (he agrees with me on most “problem” passages.

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