But . . .

“When I asked John Stott, long years ago, if he used commentaries much in preparation, he said, ‘Not really. I find they only confuse me.’ Well, yes, there are people like that, and also there are commentaries like that” (Motyer, Preaching?, p. 39).

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  • http://tbrainerd.wordpress.com Tom Brainerd

    David Helm of Simeon Trust refers to commentaries as ‘discussion partners.’