Commentaries

This page includes individual commentaries and commentary series on the books of the Bible. These commentaries offer faithful biblical exposition and include works from historic authors as well as from contemporary authors. Two noteworthy series on this page are the Let’s Study Series and the Geneva Commentary Series.

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Jeremiah

Jeremiah

Volume 3: 20-29

by John Calvin


price £13.50

Description

In these extensive expositions we encounter Calvin’s great gifts as an exegete and theologian, but we also see how his experience as a pastor and preacher equipped him to produce this outstanding work. Approx. 2800pp.

Jeremiah

Jeremiah

Volume 2: 10-19

by John Calvin


price £13.50

Description

In these extensive expositions we encounter Calvin’s great gifts as an exegete and theologian, but we also see how his experience as a pastor and preacher equipped him to produce this outstanding work. Approx. 2800pp.

Jeremiah

Jeremiah

Volume 1: 1-9

by John Calvin


price £13.50

Description

In these extensive expositions we encounter Calvin’s great gifts as an exegete and theologian, but we also see how his experience as a pastor and preacher equipped him to produce this outstanding work. Approx. 2800pp.

James
price £13.50

Description

Manton at his best—full of searching application and sustained spiritual power. An excellent example of expository preaching. 488pp.

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Hebrews

7 Volume Set

by John Owen


price £95.00
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In his massive exposition of the Epistle to the Hebrews, Owen’s range of knowledge and the depth of his exegetical powers are most evident. Following the classical Puritan method, he provides careful analysis, judicious interpretation and rich practical application and thus, in a balanced way, addresses both mind and heart. One of the great classical commentaries of the Christian church. Approx. 560pp per volume.

Hebrews
price £15.00

Description

No work is more fitted for an all-round one-volume commentary on this Epistle. 744pp.

Hebrews

Hebrews

Volume 7: Exposition of Hebrews, 11:1-13:25

by John Owen


price £15.00

Description

In his massive exposition of the Epistle to the Hebrews, Owen’s range of knowledge and the depth of his exegetical powers are most evident. Following the classical Puritan method, he provides careful analysis, judicious interpretation and rich practical application and thus, in a balanced way, addresses both mind and heart. One of the great classical commentaries of the Christian church. Approx. 560pp per volume.

Hebrews

Hebrews

Volume 6: Exposition of Hebrews, 8:1-10:39

by John Owen


price £15.00

Description

In his massive exposition of the Epistle to the Hebrews, Owen’s range of knowledge and the depth of his exegetical powers are most evident. Following the classical Puritan method, he provides careful analysis, judicious interpretation and rich practical application and thus, in a balanced way, addresses both mind and heart. One of the great classical commentaries of the Christian church. Approx. 560pp per volume.

Hebrews

Hebrews

Volume 5: Exposition of Hebrews, 6:1-7:28

by John Owen


price £15.00

Description

In his massive exposition of the Epistle to the Hebrews, Owen’s range of knowledge and the depth of his exegetical powers are most evident. Following the classical Puritan method, he provides careful analysis, judicious interpretation and rich practical application and thus, in a balanced way, addresses both mind and heart. One of the great classical commentaries of the Christian church. Approx. 560pp per volume.

Hebrews

Hebrews

Volume 4: Exposition of Hebrews, 3:7-5:14

by John Owen


price £15.00

Description

In his massive exposition of the Epistle to the Hebrews, Owen’s range of knowledge and the depth of his exegetical powers are most evident. Following the classical Puritan method, he provides careful analysis, judicious interpretation and rich practical application and thus, in a balanced way, addresses both mind and heart. One of the great classical commentaries of the Christian church. Approx. 560pp per volume.

Hebrews

Hebrews

Volume 3: Exposition of Hebrews, 1-3:6

by John Owen


price £15.00

Description

In his massive exposition of the Epistle to the Hebrews, Owen’s range of knowledge and the depth of his exegetical powers are most evident. Following the classical Puritan method, he provides careful analysis, judicious interpretation and rich practical application and thus, in a balanced way, addresses both mind and heart. One of the great classical commentaries of the Christian church. Approx. 560pp per volume.

Hebrews

Hebrews

Volume 2: The Sacerdotal Office of Christ. A Day of Sacred Rest. Summary of Observations on Hebrews.

by John Owen


price £15.00

Description

In his massive exposition of the Epistle to the Hebrews, Owen’s range of knowledge and the depth of his exegetical powers are most evident. Following the classical Puritan method, he provides careful analysis, judicious interpretation and rich practical application and thus, in a balanced way, addresses both mind and heart. One of the great classical commentaries of the Christian church. Approx. 560pp per volume.

Hebrews

Hebrews

Volume 1: Concerning the Epistle to the Hebrews, Concening the Messiah, Concerning the Jewish Church

by John Owen


price £15.00

Description

In his massive exposition of the Epistle to the Hebrews, Owen’s range of knowledge and the depth of his exegetical powers are most evident. Following the classical Puritan method, he provides careful analysis, judicious interpretation and rich practical application and thus, in a balanced way, addresses both mind and heart. One of the great classical commentaries of the Christian church. Approx. 560pp per volume.

Haggai, Zechariah and Malachi
price £13.00

Description

Exegesis of the text with inferences at the end of each section, which indicate how Scripture should be developed in practical application. 408pp.

Genesis
price £20.00
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Calvin excels in bringing out the principles of God’s dealings with men, as individuals and in covenant, and in showing faithfully yet tenderly the human weakness and sin all too evident in Genesis. 1088pp.

Galatians
price £14.00

Description

This commentary is a masterpiece of exposition and heart-warming reading. Intellectually it is of the highest standard, but it is also of the deepest experimental warmth’—Gospel Magazine. 488pp.

Ezekiel
price £20.00

Description

One of the foremost of Puritan works in Old Testament exposition, and in the best 17th-century tradition of experimental preaching which spoke to heart and conscience as well as the mind. 880pp.

Expository Thoughts on the Gospels

Expository Thoughts on the Gospels

Volume 7: John Part 3 - Chapters 13-21

by J. C. Ryle


price £12.50

Description

A new, re-typeset, clothbound edition of Ryle’s popular expositional series on the Gospels. The Expository Thoughts can be used as a help in family worship, or as an aid in pastoral visitation, or simply as a companion to the Gospels in the private reading of Scripture. 288–432 pp. per volume.

Expository Thoughts on the Gospels

Expository Thoughts on the Gospels

Volume 6: John Part 2 - Chapters 7-12

by J. C. Ryle


price £12.50
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A new, re-typeset, clothbound edition of Ryle’s popular expositional series on the Gospels. The Expository Thoughts can be used as a help in family worship, or as an aid in pastoral visitation, or simply as a companion to the Gospels in the private reading of Scripture. 288–432 pp. per volume.

Expository Thoughts on the Gospels

Expository Thoughts on the Gospels

Volume 5: John Part 1 - Chapters 1-6

by J. C. Ryle


price £12.50

Description

A new, re-typeset, clothbound edition of Ryle’s popular expositional series on the Gospels. The Expository Thoughts can be used as a help in family worship, or as an aid in pastoral visitation, or simply as a companion to the Gospels in the private reading of Scripture. 288–432 pp. per volume.

Expository Thoughts on the Gospels

Expository Thoughts on the Gospels

Volume 4: Luke Part 2 - Chapters 11-24

by J. C. Ryle


price £12.50

Description

A new, re-typeset, clothbound edition of Ryle’s popular expositional series on the Gospels. The Expository Thoughts can be used as a help in family worship, or as an aid in pastoral visitation, or simply as a companion to the Gospels in the private reading of Scripture. 288–432 pp. per volume.

Expository Thoughts on the Gospels

Expository Thoughts on the Gospels

Volume 3: Luke Part 1 - Chapters 1-10

by J. C. Ryle


price From: £6.00

Description

A new, re-typeset, clothbound edition of Ryle’s popular expositional series on the Gospels. The Expository Thoughts can be used as a help in family worship, or as an aid in pastoral visitation, or simply as a companion to the Gospels in the private reading of Scripture. 288–432 pp. per volume.

Expository Thoughts on the Gospels
price £12.50

Description

A new, re-typeset, clothbound edition of Ryle’s popular expositional series on the Gospels. The Expository Thoughts can be used as a help in family worship, or as an aid in pastoral visitation, or simply as a companion to the Gospels in the private reading of Scripture. 288–432 pp. per volume.

Expository Thoughts on the Gospels
price From: £6.00

Description

A new, re-typeset, clothbound edition of Ryle’s popular expositional series on the Gospels. The Expository Thoughts can be used as a help in family worship, or as an aid in pastoral visitation, or simply as a companion to the Gospels in the private reading of Scripture. 288–432 pp. per volume.

Ephesians
price £11.00

Description

Hodge constantly communicates the sense and overall argument of the passage. 320pp.

Ecclesiastes
price £13.00

Description

Shows that this neglected book of Scripture is relevant for today and designed to bring men to complete consecration to God. 352pp.

Daniel
price £17.00

Description

There is scarcely a commentary on any portion of the Old Testament quite so profitable as Calvin . . . on Daniel’—Wilbur Smith. 816pp.

Daniel
price £15.00

Description

“The people that do know their God shall be strong”, wrote Daniel. It was not as a learned exegete but as a humble pupil in the school of God that E. J. Young taught the Scriptures until his death in 1968. His commentary on Daniel is not the least valuable part of his legacy to the church. 332pp.

Commentary on the Psalms
price £18.00

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A treasure chest containing a choice selection of the wonderful riches to be found in Calvin’s commentary on the Psalms, this abridgement is a labour of love by someone who has grown to appreciate Calvin’s method of exposition, faithfulness to the text and practical application. 680pp.

Commentary on Matthew

Commentary on Matthew

The Gospel of the Kingdom

by C. H. Spurgeon


price £15.00
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The only commentary on a complete New Testament book ever written by Spurgeon. Here are reverence of the very words of Scripture, faithful teaching, deep insight, practical application, profound simplicity and spiritual power. Originally published as The Gospel of the Kingdom. 456pp.

Colossians
price £19.00
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A ‘much praised’ commentary, which has instructed, encouraged and sanctified the faith and life of God’s people since its first publication (in Latin) in 1627. 964pp.

Acts
price £17.00

Description

The clear, concentrated note-style of Alexander is perfect for Acts. All his commentaries are characterised by the same brief, lucid comments. Justly famous’—Tabernacle Bookshop Catalogue. 992pp.

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