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Tyndale’s Life Application New Testament Commentary Review – Based on the best-selling Life Application Commentary series, this single, handy volume holds practical, concise insight on every verse in the New Testament.

Life Application New Testament Commentary (Life Application Bible Commentary)
  • Hardcover Book
  • English (Publication Language)
  • 1296 Pages – 08/01/2001 (Publication Date) – Tyndale House Publishers (Publisher)

Tyndale’s Life Application New Testament Commentary Review

The Good

The Tyndale Life Application New Testament Commentary book contains over 2,500 notes and covers every verse of the new testament. It is 1,281 pages long, including the harmony of the gospels chart located at the back of the book. The study notes found in this commentary book make you feel like your sitting down for a question and answer session with your own personal pastor. The life application notes explain what the verse in question means and then challenges you to apply the meaning to your life, much like a pastor would. The notes in this book are conversational in nature and very easy to read. Each book has a book introduction section which can cover up to 10 pages on some accounts. The introductions are very informative and detailed.

The Bad

There is really nothing negative that I can say about this commentary book. If I could make one suggestion to Tyndale it would be, “please make a Life Application Old Testament Commentary book!”

Final Thoughts

I was relieved to see that the Life Application Commentary notes were not the exact same as the notes found in my Life Application study bible. So if you were afraid to get this book because you already own the Life Application study Bible, don’t be. This Life Application Commentary book is a book all on its own. Also, this commentary book discusses every verse of the new testament. There was not a verse left out. The Life Application notes are among my favorite bible study notes, hands down. I highly recommend this book for everyone, but especially the new or struggling Christian.


The most meaningful, personal, and conversational notes that you find on the scriptures.

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  • Awesome Study Notes
  • Outstanding Book Intro's
  • Accurate
  • Conversational Literary Style


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