Study the Old Testament in digestible sections that emphasize personal application as well as biblical content. Warren Wiersbe's warm and accessible style doesn't read like a commentary, but like letters from a good friend.
The popular Boice Expositional Commentary Series is now available for PC Study Bible Version 5. Boice’s clear language and approachable style make these commentaries accessible and enlightening for pastors, teachers and Bible students. His verse-by-verse and subject-by-subject explanations help readers make sense of the overall structure and...
Hundreds of entries are included in this 3-year collection. Searchable and topically tagged for usage in PC Study Bible. Each entry takes a biblically-based look at tough issues facing Christians today.
John Calvin is undoubtedly the best known figure of the Reformation - in Western Europe and America, at any rate -- whose name has become virtually synonymous with the Reformed Tradition. Immensely gifted as a man of learning, if he had not been converted to the Reformation, Calvin would have probably become the pre-eminent scholar in France.
This New Testament commentary is written in a fluid “school notes” style that is praised for its readability. Though easy to understand, it is still extremely scholarly and wide-ranged, and has 54 volumes and almost 40,000 pages.
This Old Testament commentary is written in a fluid “school notes” style that is praised for its readability. Though easy to understand, it is still extremely scholarly and wide-ranged, and has 54 volumes and almost 40,000 pages.
The most complete collection of the works of A. B. Simpson available, including his famous Christ in the Bible Commentary Series!
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When Dr. Simpson first produced this series back in 1888, he stated that his intent was "to unfold the spiritual teachings of the Scriptures, especially with reference to the Person and work of Christ." Indeed, these volumes will help both pastors and laypersons alike in their understanding of the person of Christ through Scripture.
Biblesoft's Classic New Testament Studies is a definitive 31-volume collection that captures the viewpoints and commentary of the most important theological movements and opposing arguments of the late eighteenth through early twentieth centuries.