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The Bethany Parallel Commentary of the Old Testament

Hardback|Jun 1985
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A parallel presentation of three of the most highly respected commentaries ever written.


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A parallel presentation of three of the most highly respected commentaries ever written.
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A unique and convenient reference work for comparing views of various Bible scholars. For pastors, Bible teachers and students, a manageable, practical and inspiring resource volume. G. Campbell Morgan's outline introduces each Old Testament book.^^Nearly 500 additional sources quoted in appropriate sections throughout the volume. Background information, original word definitions, inspirational insights and interesting opinion on every scripture portion of the Old Testament from a wide spectrum of evangelical thought^^The Bethany Parallel Commentary on the Old Testament offers three classic, evangelical commentaries in parallel columns for handy reference and comparison-the Old Testament commentaries of Matthew Henry, Adam Clarke, and Jamieson/Fausset/Brown. This saves the Bible student time, space and investment in numerous reference books.^^The two volumes which make up The Bethany Parallel Commentary are an invaluable resource for pastors, Sunday School teachers, Bible class leaders, Bible school students and libraries.^^Prepared from the condensed editions of the Matthew Henry, Adam Clarke, and Jamieson/Fausset/Brown works and representing a wide spectrum of evangelical thought, this unique Bible reference set provides background information, original word definitions, inspirational insights and opinions on every scripture passage.
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Matthew Henry

Matthew Henry (1662-1714), was born into a committed Puritan family and followed his father's footsteps into full-time ministry, being ordained as a Presbyterian pastor in 1687. Despite ill health, deep bereavement, and the demands of his pastoral duties, Henry produced many devotional and scholarly works. They remain popular three centuries after his death, especially his classic commentary on the whole Bible.

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