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The Geneva series of commentaries consists of the best historical commentaries on biblical books written by great expositors in the history of the church – they are, in a real sense, timeless. They include writers such as John Calvin, Thomas Manton, Andrew Bonar, and Charles Hodge – authors noted for their scholarship and practical application of the text to everyday life.

If you want to build a biblical and reformed historical commentary set, the Geneva series is unsurpassed.

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Revelation Commentary by James Ramsey
   

Revelation

An exposition of the first 11 Chapters

by James Beverlin Ramsey


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Material of outstanding worth from Dr Ramsey, Princeton graduate, pastor and missionary. With an introduction by Charles Hodge. 560pp.

Psalms Geneva Commentary by David Dickson
price $34.20

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Endorsements ‘A rich volume, dropping fatness. Invaluable to the preacher. Having read and re-read it, we can speak of its holy savour and suggestiveness. We commend it with much fervour.’ — C. H. SPURGEON Book Description Of all the books of Scripture, the Book of Psalms has ever occupied a foremost position in the experience […]

Genesis Commentary by John Calvin
   

Genesis

by John Calvin


price $35.10

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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.

Daniel Commentary by John Calvin
   

Daniel

by John Calvin


price $32.40

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

Daniel Commentary by Edward J Young
   

Daniel

by E. J. Young


price $27.00

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“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.

1 John Commentary by Robert Candlish
price $26.10

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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. 608pp.

Romans Commentary by Robert Haldane
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First expounded in Geneva in 1817, Haldane’s work has been described as unsurpassed in warmth of spirit and practical application. 736pp.

Romans Commentary by Charles Hodge
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One of the few truly great works on this Epistle, first published in its final version in 1864 by the great Princeton scholar. 464pp.

Judges Commentary by Andrew Fausset
price $22.50

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The author’s aim was to explain the text accurately and ‘to endeavour, in dependence on the Holy Spirit, to draw forth . . . the spiritual lessons designed by the Divine Author.’ 350pp.

Galatians Commentary by John Brown
price $27.00

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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.

1 & 2 Corinthians Commentary by Charles Hodge
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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. 716pp.

1&2 Peter Commentary by Alexander Nisbet
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An outstanding practical treatment. 312pp.

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