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Analytical Bible Expositor Collection (3 vols.)



John G. Butler’s Analytical Bible Expositor is a comprehensively organized, chapter-by-chapter and verse-by-verse commentary. This invaluable set is much more accessible than the typical commentary, because it is free from heavy intellectual arguments and the difficult-to-understand language which is characteristic of many commentaries. The author treats each chapter of the Bible as a unit. From this starting point, he outlines the chapter and analyzes each verse. Expository in style, this commentary presents both the meaning and the message of the Scripture. The annotations of the text combine explanation with real-world application. This helpful series will be a valuable aid for both the preacher and teacher, helping them to understand the Scripture and providing a wealth of useful sermon and lesson outlines.


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  • Newly published by John G. Butler
  • Exclusively available in electronic form
  • Chapter-by-chapter, verse-by-verse commentary
  • Each chapter begins with an introduction and a list of the main points of the chapter
  • The main points in the text of the chapter are in capital letters
  • Sub-points in the text are in three descending steps
  1. the number points are in bold type
  2. the bullet (•) points are in bold type and italicized
  3. key words are underlined
  • Butler’s eloquent alliteration is abundant throughout
I know of no finer collection of resources than Butler. No library is complete with out these uncompromising gems of wisdom. After reading the Bible text itself, my next step is always to consult Butler. They are absolutely essential to my Bible study.

—Nathan Parker

  • Title: Analytical Bible Expositor Collection
  • Author: John G. Butler
  • Publisher: LBC
  • Volumes: 3
  • Pages: 1,253
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  • Author: John G. Butler
  • Publisher: LBC
  • Publication Date: 2008
  • Pages: 469

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In this volume Butler presents the many and varied subjects so vividly portrayed in Genesis: creation, the Fall of man, the godly and ungodly lines of Adam and Eve’s descendents, divine judgment upon the earth, and the greatest flood in the history of mankind, to name just a handful. He writes, “Genesis is a book of beginnings, and chapter one of Genesis is the beginning of the beginnings. This is a great place for the Bible to begin. If chapter one of Genesis is not true, then the contents of the Bible lose their value.” Insightful as well as beautiful, he paints pictures with words, describing not only the meanings and foundations of scripture, but relating them to life in such a way as to be relevant to every reader. A rousing commentary sure to whet the appetites of seekers of His Word for generations to come.


  • Author: John G. Butler
  • Publisher: LBC
  • Publication Date: 2008
  • Pages: 493

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The always thoughtful John G. Butler writes, “The Gospel of Matthew is a vital connector of the Old Testament to the New Testament. In fact, no book in the New Testament makes a better book to start the New Testament and connect it to the Old Testament than Matthew.” The Old Testament saw Christ in the future; the New Testament sees Christ in fulfillment and the fulfillment of Christ starts in Chapter 1 of Matthew (Matthew 1:22). This volume does a masterful job of bringing life to this gospel, blending in-depth exegesis with spot-on alliteration, and making reading it an enlightening and thoroughly enjoyable experience.


  • Author: John G. Butler
  • Publisher: LBC
  • Publication Date: 2008
  • Pages: 291

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In this fascinating commentary volume, author John G. Butler writes, “Mark is the servant Gospel. Therefore, like a servant, the book of Mark moves very quickly. It tells the story of Christ in only sixteen chapters whereas the other gospels take longer. The brevity of Mark does not diminish the value of the book, however. It is a very valuable book and at times gives us insights not found in the other Gospels.” Thanks to the heartfelt delivery of the information gleaned by Butler in this commentary on the Gospel of Mark, the instructions for proper service in the name of God are presented in a manner which will speak to any reader, be they student or teacher in the study of scriptures.

John G. Butler, originally from Iowa, has been a Baptist minister for over fifty years and a pastor for over thirty-five years with pastorates in Clinton, Iowa; Williamsburg, Ohio; Detroit, Michigan; and Chicago, Illinois. Having attended Tennessee Temple University and graduated from Cedarville University, he also authored the 25-volume Bible Biography Series, a 10-volume Study of the Savior series about Jesus Christ, and the 4-volume Butler's Daily Bible Reading set, a unique daily devotional focusing on expository Bible study.


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