An extensive collection of writings from the acclaimed Bible teacher and preacher G. Campbell Morgan, including his Exposition of the Whole Bible, The Analyzed Bible, The Crises of the Christ, and Westminster Pulpit.
Biblesoft is pleased to offer this extensive collection of writings and resources from G. Campbell Morgan (1863-1945), one of the most popular and influential Bible teachers and preachers in the late-19th and early-20th century. These works demonstrate his wide range of interest and expertise as a Christian minister—exposition of Scripture (commentary), preaching (homiletics) and Bible-teaching, missions and evangelism, theology, the Christian life, and more! Best known as a Bible teacher and expositor, many of Morgan's writings in this vein continue to be read and valued by Christians today. Featured in this collection are a number of his major expository works (also available separately, see the links below):
The Analyzed Bible (10 volumes, 1907-11)—A three-volume Bible survey/introduction, along with more detailed commentaries on Genesis, Job, Isaiah, Matthew, John, and Romans. Insightful commentary and book summaries, as well as valuable outlines.
The Living Messages of the Books of the Bible (2/4 volumes, 1912)—Another Bible introduction, written in a more popular/devotional style, and aimed at the beginning student. Its outlines and book summaries are useful for Bible study leaders, Sunday-school teachers, and preachers as well.
Exposition of the Whole Bible (published posthumously)—A valuable single-volume Commentary (included in the OneTouch Professional and Discipleship Series)
The Westminster Pulpit—Based on Morgan's famous period at the Westminster Chapel in London (1904-19), his messages were made available in print form to subscribers; this collection, published posthumously, brings together many of these messages, a record of his Bible teaching so highly prized at the time.
The Crises of the Christ (1903)—One of Morgan's most acclaimed works, a "Life of Christ", both expository and devotional, with detailed chapters on key parts of the Gospel witness. Written in a popular, readable style, but without neglecting some of the more controversial theological and critical questions.
The Teaching of Christ (1913)—also available in a separate bundle together with The Crises of the Christ.
The Acts of the Apostles (1924)—a fine expostory and devotional Commentary on the book of Acts.
These title are all accessible by Bible verse, either directly under the Commentary menu, or the sub-categories "Sermons" and "Additional Commentary Material". They can also be accessed from the Books menu, variously under the categories "Commentaries", "Bible Handbooks and Introductions", and "Sermons", as well as under "Works of G. Campbell Morgan".
The collection includes the following additional writings, which also can be purchased as a separate package:
The Christ of To-day (1905)
A First Century Message to Twentieth-Century Christians (Commentary on Revelation 1-3) (1902)
God's Methods with Man (1898)
The Life of the Christian (1904)
Life Problems (1899)
The Ministry of the Word (1919)
The Missionary Manifesto (1909)
The Parables of the Kingdom (Commentary on Matthew 13) (1907)
The Practice of Prayer (1906)
The Spirit of God (1900)
The Study and Teaching of the English Bible (1910)
The Ten Commandments (1913)
The True Estimate of Life and How to Life (1897)
Wherein Have We Robbed God? Malachi's Message to the Men of Today (1898)
These titles can be accessed variously by Bible verse from the Commentary menu (under "Additional Commentary Material"); they can also be found under "Works of G. Campbell Morgan" in the Books menu.