Help on Hosea

The series “The Gospel According to the Old Testament” has been a boon to pastors who desire to see how Christ can be seen from the perspective of the Old Testament. I have now read both of Iain Duguid’s volumes (on Abraham, and on Isaac and Jacob, both of which were outstanding), and Charles Schwab on Daniel (which was also excellent). And now we have a volume coming out in November on Hosea. Hosea is a very difficult book to interpret, and preachers need all the help they can get. Hosea is not well served by modern Reformed commentators. Therefore, this book should help to fill that gap.

New Commentary on Matthew

And it looks as if they are selling it as a two-volume set. This is definitely one to purchase. The combined volumes have almost 1200 pages.