My new commentary on First Corinthians in the Lectio Continua series (from Tolle Lege Press) is soon to be released! The editor tells me it will be available in January or February. I'll post purchase/ordering info just as soon as I get it.
Here are the endorsements:
Kim Riddlebarger, a trusted pastor-scholar, and one of the premier exegetes and expositors of our day, has given the Church a gift with this excellent commentary on First Corinthians. In these fine expositions we not only learn about the thorny and complex challenges that faced the church at Corinth, we are also taught the Spirit-inspired diagnoses and remedies dispensed by the Apostle Paul–– powerful, Christ-centered truth that applies as much today as it did in first century Corinth. I commend this volume to the Church with pastoral urgency and absolute confidence."
— Michael A. Milton, Ph.D., Chancellor/CEO, The James M. Baird Jr. Chair of Pastoral Theology, Reformed Theological Seminary
Having shared and sat under the ministry of Kim Riddlebarger for many years, I am delighted to see the fruit of his faithful labors reach a wider audience. Combining attention to exegetical detail with decades of pastoral experience, this commentary will reward generously with its unique insights into this wonderful epistle.
– Michael S. Horton, Professor of Systematic Theology and Apologetics, Westminster Seminary California, Host of the White Horse Inn talk show, and Editor-in-Chief of Modern Reformation magazine
First Corinthians is a book that has long been neglected by Reformed commentators. That is why I am so glad that Kim Riddlebarger has provided the church with this exegetically-sensitive and doctrinally-sound exposition. Riddlebarger handles the letter’s difficult issues with care and pastoral sensitivity. In addition, he models for the Church what faithful exposition should be. This second installment in the Lectio Continua series is a welcome addition to any Christian’s shelf!
– Guy Prentiss Waters, Professor of New Testament, Reformed Theological Seminary, Jackson, MS
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