Biblical Commentaries
Biblical Commentaries
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Fortify your faith as you unearth the wealth of knowledge this array of Biblical tools gives you access to! These hand-picked authors and virtually unmatched Bible commentaries are bound to enhance your grasp of the intricacies and sometimes seemingly obscure portions of Scripture, lifting your understanding to new heights! Exploding with accurate information, fresh slants and new angles of approaching the Word, studying the Bible will become even more enthralling! Soar to new heights and plumb greater depths of Biblical knowledge than ever before, with E4’s Biblical Commentaries Library!  
Just Released April 23nd 2013!!
The J.C. Ryle Collection
J.C. Ryle

Inspiring Christians for over a century now, The J.C. Ryle Collection offers 27 astounding works! Listed alphabetically these brilliant expository thoughts reveal his clarity and evangelical spirit. Exhaustive and thorough, this compilation includes Ryle’s most important works on God and the Christian faith, including authoritative comments on the canonical gospels. In his direct plain style, coupled with deep insight, Ryle presents true Puritan theology. An effective companion to the Bible! Commendable and deeply impressive!

"A constant source of encouragement!" — Erik

"A blessing to all who read him!" — acromaticus

"Solid but so very pastoral and Christ-centered!" — Mary

Robert Hawker’s Reflections on Genesis - 2 Chronicles
Robert Hawker

Rich in reflections, Hawker’s Bible Chapter summaries and Reflections: Genesis - II Chronicles brim with analogies and overflow with illustrations! Right from the plural form of the name of God in the first chapter of Genesis, he never loses focus on the centrality of his message - ‘Christ and Him crucified’! Striking the keynote of his ministry, Hawker prefers chapter summaries and implications over a verse-by-verse explanation. Could be considered as an almost concise commentary on the entire Bible! Highly useful!

"Full of marrow and fatness!" — C. H. Spurgeon

A Practical Exposition of Psalm 42
John R. MacDuff

Persuasive and realistic, The Hart and the Water Brooks A practical exposition on the 42nd psalm by John R. MacDuff expresses the heart’s deep desires and inexpressible yearnings. MacDuff reveals the strong and fervent hopes and fears, joys and sorrows - the constant soul struggle between sense and faith; intellect protesting and faith answering! Pointing to the 7th chapter of the Epistle to the Romans as the true interpretation of this sacred song, MacDuff draws clear parallels. Nothing can truly satisfy the soul except God. Awesome hope!

"For sound doctrine, with its application, you cannot go beyond MacDuff!" — C. H. Spurgeon

The Expositor’s Bible: The First Epistle to the Corinthians
Marcus Dods

A masterly elucidation! The Expositor’s Bible: The First Epistle to the Corinthians by Marcus Dods is a valuable asset to any serious student of the word. In his methodical treatment of the subject, Dods combines sobriety and judgment, a combination very rarely encountered. Theologian, casuist, and historian, Dods is equally at ease dealing with the ancient and the modern, with respect to both church and life! A great advantage to the practical expositor, this wonderful unfolding of the truths of this Pauline epistle is a blessing!

"Clear Exposition!" — Scotsman

Robert Hawker’s Reflections on Ezra - Ezekiel
Robert Hawker

Exceptional discourse! Robert Hawker’s Reflections on Ezra - Ezekiel sets forth explicitly the grand design of the Holy Spirit in committing this faithful record to writing, for the benefit of the church. At no period of the church, has the Holy Spirit left himself without witness that He is ministering to the Lord Jesus, and all the records He has graciously provided the church, point only to Christ. This large slab of Biblical history is not only of historic significance, it is also prophetic and profitable even today!

"Masterful unfolding of Divine plans!" — A Reviewer

Robert Hawker’s Reflections on Daniel - Revelation
Robert Hawker

A beautiful blend of history, prophecy and fulfillment, Robert Hawker’s Reflections on Daniel - Revelation is a balanced spiritual diet! Recounting the history of the times of Daniel from the first six chapters Hawker directs our thinking to the future events in the Church. Highlighting the prophetical content of the last six chapters he also points to their accomplishment. As blessed as that is, Hawker whets our appetites for the fulfillment of prophecies to come, and which perhaps are in the process of being fulfilled in our times. Superb!

"Mysteries unraveled!" — A Reviewer

The Expositor’s Bible: The Epistles of St. Peter
J. Rawson Lumby

Springing to life, both the epistles of Peter to the church continue to speak! The Expositor’s Bible: The Epistles of St. Peter by J. Rawson Lumby not only proves the authenticity of the first epistle, it also points to the historic acceptance of the second letter by the Council of Laodicća (366). While the first letter spilled over with encouragement and consolation, the second contains words of warning regarding the character and duties of the Christian, admonishing the Lord is not slack. A call to be steadfast and unshaken!

"A wake-up call out of spiritual lethargy!" — A reviewer

The Expositor’s Bible: The Acts of the Apostles Vol. 1
G.T. Stokes

Exhilarating account! The Expositor’s Bible: The Acts of the Apostles Vol. 1 by G.T. Stokes avoids critical theories, but opens up the era of the birth of new churches, the power unleashed by the Holy Spirit and His transforming influence in the lives of many. From the dramatic conversion of Paul to the baptism of Cornelius, the first gentile convert, Stokes lights up the narrative with numerous references to ancient documents. An unforgettable journey through the first thirty most exciting and exacting years of early church history!

"Enlivening study!" — A reviewer

The Expositor’s Bible: The Acts of the Apostles Vol. 2
G.T. Stokes

Invigorating! The Expositor’s Bible: The Acts of the Apostles Vol. 2 by G.T. Stokes focuses chiefly on the work of St. Paul during a comparatively brief period. Saul and his years of training, Stephen’s martyrdom, the squabbles during the setting up of the churches and perils at sea culminating in the training of Paul the rabbi, this exposition is remarkable! Stokes systematically quotes the church Fathers as well to present this well-rounded conclusion of the record of the book of Acts. A stimulating read!

"Bracing thoughts!"— A reviewer

The Expositor’s Bible: The Book of Revelation
William Milligan

Exploring the enigma! William Milligan in The Expositor’s Bible: The Book of Revelation attempts rather to capture the general import and objective of the Apostle John’s Revelation a whole. Not going into the multitude of details he treats the whole book in its sections and paragraphs rather than verse by verse using the Revised Version translation. True to the meaning of ‘Revelation’ as uncovering something thus far hidden, Milligan draws back of the veil, laying bare, what is a revelation rather than a mystery — the revelation of Christ Jesus Himself!

"Beautiful understanding of Christ and His coming!" — A reviewer

The Expositor’s Bible: The Book of Proverbs
R.F. Horton

Wisdom on a platter! The Expositor’s Bible: The Book of Proverbs by R.F. Horton reveals God’s inspiration to the wisest and richest king. This compilation of witty sayings full of advice on how to prosper in every area of life, with no part at all being off-limits! Guided by the Holy Spirit, learn from the Proverbs much practical counsel for the common duties of life; also, enjoy rare and wonderful glimpses into the heights and depths of God Himself. Practical, dynamic, contemporary, and very spiritual! No better book anywhere!

"Amazing insights!" — A reviewer

The Expositor’s Bible: The Book of Leviticus
S.H. Kellogg

Extraordinary examination! The Expositor’s Bible: The Book of Leviticus by S.H. Kellogg unpacks several peculiar difficulties in the book of Leviticus. Kellogg unravels the meaning behind the innumerable symbols and rituals. Rediscover how all of God’s commands and the Levitical law were intended to prepare Israel for the Messiah’s coming. It also awakens the sense of sin and need for a savior even today. Directly and typically prophetical, it foretells Christ and His great redemption, projecting a very clear revelation of God’s character. And God has not changed!

"Unchanging truths!" — A reviewer

Notes on the Book of Deuteronomy Vol. 1
C.H. Mackintosh

Grand cardinal truths of Christianity sound forth from C.H. Mackintosh’s Notes on the Book of Deuteronomy Vol. 1. Calculated to challenge and counteract the looseness and indefiniteness of the present day teachings, Macintosh showcases the Jewish lawgiver, reminding Israel to keep the commandments, statutes, and the judgments of the Lord. Implicit obedience and submission to the revealed will of God are the immutable moral obligations not just for Israel, but equally applicable to the individual Christian, the family, the household, and the Church of God!

"Indisputable laws!" — A reviewer

Notes on the Book of Deuteronomy Vol. 2
C.H. Mackintosh

Indelible impressions! In Notes on the Book of Deuteronomy Vol. 2 C.H. Mackintosh concentrates on the Scriptural principles, illustrations and examples found in Deuteronomy. Dealing with Moses’ discourse on Israel’s history in the wilderness, their failings and God’s grace, in his second volume on Deuteronomy he crystallizes what God requires of His people. Skillfully revealing the underlying truths of God’s Word, he shows how applicable they are to the saints of every age. Totally engaging and truly timeless!

"Old commandments relevant for modern times!" — A reviewer


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