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Basic Bible Knowledge: New Testament By Dudley R Smith M.Th.
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This volume is a concise commentary on the New Testament. It is a great aide for Bible Teachers and Preachers of God's Word.
Footnotes to the New Testament, Vol. 2 By Kevin L. Barney
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Second volume in a two-volume set providing annotations to the King James New Testament aimed at an LDS (Mormon) audience
A Commentary of Romans By Richard Norman
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The book of Romans is one of the most misinterpreted and misunderstood New Testament books. But if we just let the Bible interpret itself, the book becomes much easier to comprehend and enjoy... More > reading, and becomes a great benefit to every Christian.< Less
A Commentary of Corinthians By Richard Norman
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The letters of Paul to the church at Corinth (a very troubled church) is filled with very important doctrinal teachings for the church of the first century and forever - even for the Lord's church... More > today. This is true of all the New Testament epistles.< Less
Exton Study Bible: New Testament By Michael H. Exton
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This Study Bible covers the entire New Testament, from the book of Matthew to the book of Revelation.
Wesley's Notes on the Bible - The New Testament By John Wesley
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A well thought out treatment of the New Testament by one of the most influential Arminian theologians that was caused by the Reformation. This is the first book in a series that encompasses the... More > whole Bible and gives us a look into the thinking of John Wesley and the church that arose around his powerful relationship with God.< Less
Customs, Etiquette and Traditions of the New Testament By James Freeman
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Many students and scholars, alike, have a varietal of reference books, commentaries, dictionaries and other assorted works. Yet, for one not to have such a valuable work as this within their library,... More > not alone never to have perused its contents is like one who drives an automobile, without a set of gauges. This work is such a highly praised and valued work because it facilitates a person’s understanding of the cultural and historical relationship behind the Biblical text. This work, unlike a commentary or dictionary, explains the concept within the everyday life of the people and as the historical beginnings, providing not an opinion, but facts regarding the most difficult passages of Scripture. This work is both a historical work and an encyclopedia work combined to provide the inquiring reader a sound answer to their perplexing question. This work indeed is an invaluable resource which no theological library can be without.< Less
The Soul's Conflict and Victory Over Itself by Faith: A Bible Commentary; the Human Spirit Represented in the Psalms, Old and New Testament (Hardcover) By Richard Sibbes
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Richard Sibbes’ unique Bible commentary discusses how various passages in scripture explain the human condition; the soul, the believer’s relationship to the divine, and their battles... More > with sin. For Sibbes, the Biblical lore explained much about the difficulties of living, the challenges each person must face, and endeavouring to reconcile the qualities of the soul with the eternal nature of the heavenly divine. Through devotion to God and spurning the influence and temptations of Satan, Christian believers can attain greater happiness and fulfillment, together with a capacity to cope with the difficulties inherent to life. Traversing the Bible and psalms, Sibbes reveals lessons on soul nurturing from a variety of sources; of particular interest is the book of Ecclesiastes, which is a frank explanation of the human condition. Sibbes is keen to demonstrate strategies which observant and moral people use to fend off sin and the misfortunes of succumbing to it.< Less
The Soul's Conflict and Victory Over Itself by Faith: A Bible Commentary; the Human Spirit Represented in the Psalms, Old and New Testament By Richard Sibbes
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Richard Sibbes’ unique Bible commentary discusses how various passages in scripture explain the human condition; the soul, the believer’s relationship to the divine, and their battles... More > with sin. For Sibbes, the Biblical lore explained much about the difficulties of living, the challenges each person must face, and endeavouring to reconcile the qualities of the soul with the eternal nature of the heavenly divine. Through devotion to God and spurning the influence and temptations of Satan, Christian believers can attain greater happiness and fulfillment, together with a capacity to cope with the difficulties inherent to life. Traversing the Bible and psalms, Sibbes reveals lessons on soul nurturing from a variety of sources; of particular interest is the book of Ecclesiastes, which is a frank explanation of the human condition. Sibbes is keen to demonstrate strategies which observant and moral people use to fend off sin and the misfortunes of succumbing to it.< Less
A History of the Textual Criticism of the New Testament: Methods of Bible Commentary and Narration from the Early Church to the late 19th Century By Marvin R. Vincent
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Bible scholar Marvin R. Vincent evocatively explores how Bible study, reading and interpretation changed across the ages, from early church antiquity to the end of the 19th century. A richly... More > informed and well-written overview of Biblical criticism's history, arranged chronologically from the early church era. Although the author dedicates but short chapters to each specific development, his breezy, straightforward narrative and lucid interpretation of the historical facts render this guide a valuable source of knowledge in the field. Most of Vincent's commentary takes place after the invention of the printing press; it was this device that saw the Bible copied and distributed to a wider audience on ever-greater scale. The growth in literacy in Europe from the 16th to the 19th century greatly accelerated and refined the practice of Biblical study and criticism.< Less

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