Mark Gignilliat presents a skilled and well-researched theological commentary on the book of Micah for T&T Clark’s International Theological Commentary series. The interdisciplinary commentary incorporates biblical scholarship with theological resources and reasoning. Although the commentary does not make many groundbreaking exegetical arguments, Gignilliat consistently interacts with well-respected Micah scholars. Paired with biblical research are theological voices ranging from Patristic to the present day. The primary theological influences come from the Protestant Reformation, especially Luther and Calvin. The result is a Micah commentary with measured theological arguments that shows regard for the work of biblical scholars.

The methodological section comprises about 30 percent of the book. In sum, the commentary offers a “ruled” reading of Micah through a Trinitarian hermeneutic, which recognizes the probable historical circumstances of Micah’s context and composition, while also holding that Micah, as Christian Scripture, signifies more than its originating factors. “Signal” interlocuters from biblical scholarship are...

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