Offered through the Project Muse database, the Hermeneia commentary series seeks to offer authoritative interpretation of the earliest texts of the biblical books and other literature closely related to the Bible. It is designed to be a critical and historical commentary to the Bible without pre-determined limits in size or scope. It utilizes the full range of philological and historical tools, including textual criticism (often slighted in modern commentaries), the methods of the history of tradition (including genre and prosodic analysis), and the history of religion.
To find a particular title, perform a title search in the box below “content” / “Hermeneia,” or scroll the alphabetized list. A search in the top search bar will search all of project Muse, not just the Hermenia commentary.