New from Galaxie Software, and formatted for Logos Bible Software, Tom Constable's Expository Bible Study Notes is the equivalent of a comprehensive commentary on the whole Bible.
These Bible study notes are some of the most understandable that you can find anywhere to help you study God's word. Written by Dr. Thomas L. Constable over a 20-year period, these notes span over 7,000 pages and clearly explain all 66 books of the Bible. Also known as Expository Notes to Dr. Constable's seminary students, these Bible study notes will be an invaluable addition to your electronic library.
To understand the scope of the content of this massive "commentary", picture it in print sitting next to a copy of Matthew Henry's commentary on the whole Bible: Complete and Unabridged. When they step up to the scale, Matthew Henry's would weigh in at around 2,500 pages and Tom Constable's Expository Bible Study Notes would send the dial spinning with more than 7,000 pages. Almost three times the content!
In addition to the verse-by-verse explanations of the entire Bible, extra resources include historical background, scope, purpose, theology, and outline information on the individual books. Thousands of footnote references are a helpful source for further, more in-depth study.
- Title: Tom Constable's Expository Bible Study Notes
- Author: Tom Constable
- Publisher: Galaxie
- Publication Date: 2003
About Dr. Tom Constable
Dr. Constable is the Department Chairman and Senior Professor of Bible Exposition at Dallas Theological Seminary in Dallas, Texas. Dr. Constable founded Plano Bible Chapel in Plano, Texas where he faithfully served as pastor and as an elder for many years.