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A Plain Commentary on the Four Holy Gospels: Intended Chiefly for Devotional Reading

by John William Burgon

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Published by Herman Hooker .
Written in English


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Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible. John Further discourses of Jesus - Attempt to stone him. I am the light of the world — As the former references to water (John , John ; John ) and to bread (John ) were occasioned by outward occurrences, so this one to light. In “the treasury” where it was spoken (see on John ) . The solemn observance of one day in seven, as a day of holy rest and holy work, to God's honour, is the indispensable duty of all those to whom God has revealed his holy sabbaths. 2. The way of sabbath-sanctification is the good old way, Jer.

A New Version, with a Commentary. 8vo. Cam&, ; Lond., , &c. 1/6 to 3/-The brief notes are purely literal or illustrative, and are remarkably pertinent. The mass of the volume is taken up with an introduction to the New Testament. critical and explanatory, partly practical. They are taken from nearly two hundred writers, British and foreign.–Another annotated Bible was edited by the Rev. C. Wellbeloved, The Holy Bible, a New Translation, with introductory remarks, notes explanatory and critical, and practical, reflections, 2 vols., London, It is Unitarian and designed principally for the use of families.

a commentary for the textual critic, the theologian, or the professor; but a plain and simple work for all reader's of God's word. An Object in View. Moreover, having in view the preparation of a new series of Sunday-school lessons, we have prepared this work as a basis of such series. As the present International Series handles mere scrapsFile Size: 3MB. London. MDCLIII. {11} A help for the understanding of the Holy Scripture. Intended chiefly for the assistance and information of those that use constantly every day to read some part of the Bible, and would gladly always understand what they read if they had some man to help them. The first part. Containing certain short notes of exposition.


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A Commentary on the Four Gospels, collected out of the Works of the Fathers by S. THOMAS AQUINAS. Uniform with the Library of the Fathers. A Re-issue, complete in 6 vols., cloth, £2 2s. A Plain Commentary on the Four Holy Gospels, Intended chiefly for Devotional Reading.

Notes on the Gospels critical and explanatory: incorporating with the notes, on a new plan, the most approved harmony of the four Gospels / By: Jacobus, Melancthon W. Published: () A Plain commentary on the four holy Gospels intended chiefly for devotional reading.

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A plain commentary on the four Holy Gospels, intended chiefly for devotional reading (Volume 1) - [Burgon. John William, ] Published, London,with title: The history of Our Lord; a plain commentary on the four Holy gospels St. Matthew St. Mark. Burgon. A Plain Commentary on the Four Holy Gospels; Intended Chiefly for Devotional Reading.

4 vols. London: John Henry Parker, [Public Domain] Calvin, Jean. Commentary on a Harmony of the Evangelists,Matthew, Mark and Luke. 3 vols. Edinburgh: Calvin Translation Society, [Public Domain] Clarke, Adam.

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Clothbound. Excerpt. Complaint is often made of the want of an English Commentary on Holy Scripture; and it is not to be denied that, in the department of Exegesis, our Theological Literature is.

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Build your library or complement the resources you already. A Devotional Commentary on the Gospels. Arranged for family devotions, for every day in the year. By Favell Lee Mortimer (—) FEBRUARY 1.

Matthew The third temptation of Christ. Though Jesus had resisted two temptations, Satan was not dismayed. Here we have an instance of the persistence of our great enemy. Though he may have. Choose from over Bible Commentaries freely available online at for sermon, Bible study, and Sunday school preparation.

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iii. 1) connected the vision of the four cherubim in Ezekiel 1 with the four Gospels, and explained the symbolical meaning of that passage as applying to the distinctive peculiarities of the Evangelists. The idea was afterwards adopted and developed by the Fathers, and the four Gospels were compared with the vision of the four living creatures.Burgon, John W.

– Plain Commentary on the Four Holy Gospels Intended Chiefly for Devotional Reading Burgon (–) was an Anglican remembered for his conservative stance against the textual criticism of the new Westcott-Hort Greek Text that essentially underlies most modern versions of the Bible today.Worth 3/-This American author is greatly indebted to other 'works.

He has produced a very handy book for teachers of youth. DODDRIDGE (PHILIP, D.D.) See No. DUNN (SAMUEL). Gospels Harmonized, with Notes: forming a complete Commentary on the Evangelists.

Chiefly by Adam Clarke. Thick 8vo. Lond., 3/6.