|Product Name||Harper's Bible Commentary|
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|Long Description||This innovative and indispensable reference is the most accessible resource for uncovering the meaning of the books of the Bible. Setting a new standard with its highly readable format, "Harper's Bible Commentary" features individual commentaries on each of the 84 books of the Old Testament, New Testament, and Apocrypha. It is handsomely illustrated and designed for the interested browser as well as the serious student.|
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