Richard Coggins

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Richard J. Coggins is a British biblical commentator, notable for his contributions to The Cambridge Bible Commentaries


St Matthew's Brixton

Coggins was a Lecturer in Old Testament studies at King's College London. Coggins was public preacher at the Anglican Diocese of Southwark and belonged to St Matthew, Brixton.[1]


  • Cambridge Bible Commentaries: The First and Second Books of Esdras
  • With Jin H Han, Six Minor Prophets Through the Centuries: Nahum, Habakkuk, Zephaniah, Haggai, Zechariah and Malachi
  • With Anthony Phillips and Michael Knibb Israel's Prophetic Tradition: Essays in Honour of Peter R. Ackroyd
  • Introducing the Old Testament
  • Who's Who in the Bible
  • With W.R.F. Browning and Graham N. Stanton A Dictionary of the Bible by
  • Sirach
  • Nahum, Obadiah, Esther: Israel among the Nations


  1. ^ Richard Coggins (1981). Who's Who in the Bible. London: Batsford. p. Dust jacket. ISBN 0-7134-0144-3.