Geneva Series of Commentaries

The Geneva Series of Commentaries include historic commentaries on biblical books written by some of the great theologians in the history of the church. Commentators like Thomas Manton and John Calvin are represented in this series. For a biblical, reformed, and historic collection of commentaries, the Geneva Series is unsurpassed. Notable titles in this series include Romans by Charles Hodge and Colossians by John Davenant.

A Brief Introduction to the Geneva Series of Commentaries

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Acts
price £17.00

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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.


price £15.00
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Singluarly clear, without the technicalities of critical opinion, sets out what the words mean and the effect which their truth should have upon the conscience and life. 720pp.


price £15.00

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The ripe fruit of years of careful and loving study of the great themes in Johannine teaching; the privileges of fellowship with the Father and the Son through the Spirit are constantly brought to the fore. 600pp.

1 & 2 Timothy and Titus
price £14.00

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With a good translation . . . fruitful comments, and profitable dissertations, this volume is about as complete a guide to the smaller epistles as one could desire’—Spurgeon. 464pp.


price £13.00

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An outstanding practical treatment. 312pp.

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