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Matthew > Book Introduction
Matthew > Chapter Introduction
Matthew > Verse 1:1
Acts 1:1 with Bible cross-reference
Carr examines the life of Mathew, and the authorship, purpose, and characteristics of the Gospel.
G. F. Maclear
Maclear provides an introduction to the life of Mark and the composition of the Gospel.
- Mark, 2
Alfred Plummer’s provides an updated volume on the Gospel of Mark
F. W. Farrar
F. W. Farrar provides an introduction to the authenticity of the Gospels
Alfred Plummer’s provides an introduction covering the life of John
J. R. Lumby
J. R. Lumby provides a detailed commentary on the Book of Acts
R. St. John Parry
R. St. John Parry’s commentary provides includes a detailed overview of the Epistle to the Romans
- 1 Corinthians
J. J. Lias
Lias provides a scholarly detailed introduction to 1 Corinthians
- 2 Corinthians
Plummer provides an in-depth examination of 2 Corinthians
A. Lukyn Williams
Lukyn provides a chronology of Paul’s life, and excellent insight to the value of Galatians
J. O. F. Murray
Murray provides a history of all of Paul’s Epistles and evidence in Ephesians to show Paul’s authorship
H. C. G. Moule
Moule’s commentary on Philippians includes chapters on Paul’s connection with Philippi, the date and background of the Epistle
- Colossians and Philemon
A. Lukyn Williams
Williams provides a commentary on these important books in their original Greek language
- 1 & 2 Thessalonians
Findlay provides an in-depth introduction. He provides historical background, and explains the deep reaching influence of Paul’s teachings
- Pastoral Epistles
J. H. Bernard
Bernard’s commentary expounds the Greek texts of 1 Timothy, 2 Timothy, and Titus, J. H. Bernard was a scholar in Church history, theology and philosophy.
F. W. Farrar
Farrar’s analysis of the Greek text of Hebrews illuminates the history of the language
Arthur Carr examines the authorship and the history of James’ and expounds on its message and content.
- 1 Peter
G. W. Blenkin
G. W. Blenkin covers the doctrines discussed in 1 Peter, and explores its relationship to other New Testament books.
- 2 Peter and Jude
M. R. James
M. R. James provides a practical commentary on 2 Peter and Jude
- 1, 2, & 3 John
Alfred Plummer provides a biography of John in his last years. Alfred Plummer provides in-depth commentary for all three books.
William Henry Simcox
Simcox also explores the angels of the Churches in Revelations, and the doctrine of Millennialism.